24x7server

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  1. Hi, It appears that kernel panic event is occuring, try changing the kernel to an older one if you have not removed the old kernels from the VPS.. You can boot your VPS through an Live media and then take the backup from it..
  2. Hi, How exactly you are creating the orders? through which billing API? Go to the slave node, and check the VPS creation logs and check what to do you see there..
  3. Hi, You can execute below command on the node to get the list of VPS and their current load average. # vzlist -o ctid,laverage
  4. Hi, If you can go through the below 2 links and check if you have done the reconfiguration properly. https://documentation.solusvm.com/display/DOCS/Change+to+Standard+Web+Ports https://documentation.solusvm.com/display/DOCS/Change+Slave+Port
  5. Hi, If you browse the URL directly, you will see an error stating invalid key or ID. Now, try browsing this URL from the server where you have WHMCS installatioin and see what it is doing? You should consider reconfiguring it once again going through the doc one by one..
  6. Hi, I think you should take a console access of the node and probably try restart the network on it. It will give you a clear picture whether the main IP is binding or not.
  7. Hi, SOLUSVM_TRAFFIC_IN and OUT is for the SolusVM, why are you engaging this with SSH port? What exactly you wish to do is unclear, so can you clear it out, so everybody here can take a look and advise you..
  8. Hi, Please check the /proc/user_beancounters file in your container, see what the last column of output has in it, which shows counter..
  9. Hi, The exact reason is hard to say, but below are some of the reasons for this: 1. NIC ring buffers is getting full and is not able to cope-up with incoming bursts of traffic.. 2. CPU is receiving NIC interrupts and is budy, so not able to process it.. # ethtool -S eth0 -> Execute it inside the VM.. Check the below link for more details: Official RedHat Link
  10. Hi, The template should be present on the slave, as it is the actual place where the VM is going to be created, so the templates are mandatory on slave servers.. You have to sync the template and also you have to confirm whether the sync has properly copied the complete data or not..
  11. Hi, Have you added the template properly with the settings mentioned in the tdn website? The templates have prebuild requirements of disk and NIC, so you should keep it as it is..
  12. Hi, This usually occurs when the template is not proper. You have to create a proper template that will make the disk bootable.. What settings you have used for the template?
  13. Hi, That appears more to be the configuration issue. What the vz error logs suggests when the actual VPS is created (not when rebooted) Check the logs. Have you enabled ploop or something on the slave setting?
  14. Hi, What virtualization technology you are using on the server where you have this issue?
  15. Hi, Media sync is possible, but can you update what exactly you are doing, so it can be checked if something like that is correct or not..