[root@server ~]# sh ./hypervm-install-master.sh --virtualization-type=openvz
Here is the output it's returning to me (From log file)
Installing packages which lxlighttpd zip unzip lxphp lxzend curl mysql mysql-server mysqlclient10...
Setting up Install Process
Setting up repositories
Reading repository metadata in from local files
Excluding Packages in global exclude list
Parsing package install arguments
--> Populating transaction set with selected packages. Please wait.
---> Package lxphp.i386 0:5.2.1-90 set to be updated
---> Package lxzend.i386 0:3.3-lxa set to be updated
---> Package lxlighttpd.i386 0:1.4.13-1 set to be updated
--> Running transaction check
--> Processing Dependency: libmysqlclient.so.14(libmysqlclient_14) for package: lxphp
--> Processing Dependency: libmysqlclient.so.14 for package: lxphp
--> Finished Dependency Resolution
Up2date Gave Error... Trying Again...
Anyone of the top of their head know how to fix the CPanel "Unlimited" Quota problem in CentOS/OpenVZ/HyperVM?
This post is not related to Infinitie, I personally have a few VPS servers I run and they are on CentOS 4.6 and the latest HyperVM, secondary quotas is enabled but I still keep having that problem where I cannot get quotas.
I'm testing out the old version of CentOS which is CentOS 2.1 on Virtual PC and I'm running into some problems. After installation of CentOS, it asks me to reboot the system so then I reboot it. Then it prompts me for the login and password.
I type in "root" and my password. Then I'm stuck inside this command prompt that says:
Now, how exactly do I get into CentOS graphical user interface, or is this it?
I'm trying to install imagemagick on centos using yum... I did the yum update, then tried 'yum install ImageMagick', but that didn't work - "Nothing to do". I also tried the i386 RPM, which also did not work, I'm missing a bunch of dependencies, has anyone installed this on CentOS know of a specific rpm or another way to install? Ideally, without installing through source.
I followed a combination of this tutorial:[URL]and this tutorial [URL] (I had to use a combination since following each individually brought up errors along the way).
Anyhow, installing OpenVPN was a breeze but I think I am getting hung up on the configuration part. Basically after generating all of the certificate files and stuff, when i try to "service openvpn start" i just get the message "FAILED".
Where do I look to see what the reason for the failed start could be?
I decided to go with Cent OS after reading about it in the forums here, but I've had nothing but problems trying to install it. I first tried to do a net install but the installation took nearly an entire day because it would keep popping up messages about corrupt files when downloading the package files. Eventually it just gave up or rebooted because I came in in the morning to find it at a message saying "No OS installed". I then burned all 7 installation disks and tried that way, still got a few of the corrupt file messages (but far fewer than the previous time) and made it through the installation only to still have it say "no os installed" again after the reboot. I thought maybe it had something to do with the fact that I was not installing a boot loader (there is no other OS installed anyways) but when I tried to reinstall a third time, this time with the boot loader, it now says that the CD drive (USB) is already mounted on tty2 and I can't even start the installation? WTH!
The server is a Dell PowerEdge R300 with two Intel Core 2 Duo 64-bit processors. I'm using the x86_64 ISOs from the Centos.org mirrors.
I've got a 'virgin' machine from Nocster running CentOS 5, including a SATA drive (shows up as "SCSI").
It looks like it'll be a straight-forward install [url], but I wondered if anyone has had this exact combination before and if there are any problems I should expect? Given that it's a dedicated machine I don't have physical access to, I'm slightly paranoid about screwing up.
how to install CentOS by not using the installer. This guide should be great when installing over networks, don't have a graphical console available (for installing over serial), when you're not content with the installer's job, installing CentOS from another distro, or plainly want to learn more about how CentOS works.
Requirements: * Have a host OS that has the "rpm" package manager available. Some distributions have it in their repositories (even if the package manager for the distro itself is not rpm), and knoppix (a linux live/rescue CD) has it aboard too. You can use the first CentOS ISO CD too (use linux rescue at boot), and it has all the necessairy packages aboard * Access to the CentOS base repository. It's on the first CentOS ISO CD * Use your BRAIN. This guide is ment to be interpreted, not copy/pasted
Code: # First, setup your disks to your liking. You can use whatever you want here, # RAID, LVM, etc... Remember your disk configuration because you'll need it # to configure grub, menu.lst and fstab. Using RAID, LVM, or others will require # more configuration than this guide covers. To keep it simple I'm using a # single disk. An example:
$ fdisk /dev/sda $ mount /dev/sda3 /target $ mkdir /target/boot $ mount /dev/sda1 /target/boot
# Depending on the host OS you're using, you may need to initialize the rpm db # on the host OS $ rpm --initdb
# Use the following command to install the packages. I'll be addressing this # command as $rpm.
$ rpm --root /target -i
# Use your shell's tab completion to complete the package filenames. I # deliberatly left out the versions so these instructions apply to a wide range # of versions
# Let's install some basics $rpm setup basesystem filesystem
# Install bash first, this is needed for post-install scripts $rpm bash glibc glibc-common termcap libgcc tzdata mktemp libtermcap
# Install some dependencies (this is mainly to keep the next command smaller) $rpm grep pcre libstdc++ info ncurses zlib gawk sed ethtool
# If this command gives an error, you can safely ignore this because it's not # of importance. What is important is that grub-install copied the right files # to /boot/grub that we need for booting. $ /sbin/grub-install /dev/sda
# Manually install grub if the previous step failed. - means type it in the grub # shell $ grub $- root (hd0,0) $- setup (hd0)
# Optional packages # You may want to install passwd so you can set passwords ;-) $rpm passwd libuser openldap cyrus-sasl-lib
# These are used to set the keyboard language (loadkeys) $rpm kbd usermode
# ** Right now you should have a bootable system! Here are some tips to help you # through your 1st boot ***
# Most of the system configuration happens in /etc/sysconfig. See
for full documentation.
Some quick post-install tips: * Configure your keyboard in /etc/sysconfig/keyboard using the KEYTABLE variable
* Configure networking Take a look at /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts. See ifcfg-lo for an example.
# This recreates the RPM database. If the host OS you used has a different # version of db, rpm will complain with # rpmdb: unable to lock mutex: Invalid argument $ rpmdb --rebuilddb
Just to make things clear, i am not new at setting up VPS nodes, i have set up all of my servers with the HyperVM/OpenVZ setup and they work perfectly, but im having a problem with a new server.
Just received my new server, installed HyperVM-Slave, rebooted but the OpenVZ kernel was not installed for some reason, so i manually installed the OpenVZ Kernel using the RPM as yum seemed to install the wrong kernel.
I then installed the kernel using RPM and got this error at the end of installation:
grubby: unable to open /dev/hda: No such file or directory grubby: unable to open /boot/boot.b: No such file or directory grubby fatal error: unable to find a suitable template
I have never encountered this error with any of my other servers before...
Also after installation everything seems to be correct. /etc/grub.conf has the new OpenVZ kernel displayed, and default is set to 0, so upon startup it should be booting the correct kernel, but the thing is, when i reboot the machine the default kernel is loaded even though the grub.conf is configured to load the OpenVZ Kernel.
Im thinking that this may be due to the error i got when installing the kernel.
I currently have vps with Hypervm and I was wondering how do I add additional ip's from the ip pool? I do not see the ip pool in my administration panel. Would it be under the server pool? My provider allocates ips to the ip pool but I do not know how to add them myself.
I am trying to create some vps using openvz but after creating the vps with the Centos basic template 304mb i can't ping the ip and i can't view the centos welcome page in my browser (using ip and not domain, so i don't need to change there anything yet) and the most important is that i can't connect to the vps using ssh
I aks for many good users about my problem but i don' found a solution yet.
I ask my DC about ip's and they told me that the ip's are routed in my server.
When you're creating VPS container, you can ssh with that IP and login with your username and password correct? But, what is the problem when I successfully created a VPS, and when trying ssh into it, I can't. Ok, here we go. I want to create a 2nd vps and will be using it as my DNS server. I enter a set of IPs into HyperVM's IPpool. First IP: x.x.x.178 Last IP: x.x.x.182 Resolv Entries (space Separated) : Gateway (IP): x.x.x.x.177 NetMask: 255.255.255.248
Then I created a vps resource plan. And then I created a VPS and it use the first IP from above. I want to connect to SSH and want to make it as my DNS server but seems the IP are not responding, it wasn't even live. So, what is the problem here? Where I did wrong? Just to let you know, I successfully created 1 VPS before that and it works without any hiccups. Got even whm/cpanel installed as well on it. The thing that I suspected is that my DC pulled the IPs off me and assigned them to other server. Waiting for their reply on this though.