HyperVM Openvz... IP's Won't Work After OS Reinstall
Dec 1, 2008
I had my box reinstalled with same OS as before, Centos x64. I am creating a NEW VPS and assigning it an IP from my Extended network (not primary) and the IPs are not pingable as if GATEWAY= was missing from the ifcfg config on network-scripts.
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.
As a provider of Virtual Private Servers im looking at ways to expand our business, I love the fact that we can offer our clients such a good service with the low price we presently charge but as a "Client" or "Potential Client" what would your views be on Virtuozzo?
Is it worth our business cutting our already low profits and going with Virtuozzo as our VPS Control Panel?
This is something we are very interested in doing and we feel it would be a big jump from the very low-end budget HyperVM/OpenVZ Approach.
Your Views on the Virtuozzo Vs HvM/OvZ would be very helpfull.
Would you rather buy a low priced Virtozzo VPS or an even lower priced HyperVM powered VPS? Im quite lost as to wether the financial investment would be worth it, I don't see how it wouldnt be as HyperVM is very buggy and really doesnt give a full sense of security in my personal opinion.
Since OpenVZ offers both base RAM and burstable RAM to VMs, checking how much RAM is still available for assigning to VMs is still done manually by me.
Is there a way to list the total amount of base RAM that has been assigned, and the total amount of burstable RAM that has been assigned, so that you know how many more VMs you can create/host on a server?
Does anyone know how you can move an entire HyperVM (OpenVZ) Node to Virtuozzo. What has to be copied because we tried coping /vz/private/<VEID> and /etc/sysconfig/vz-scripts/<VEID> and we were not able to get the VE to start. We were getting an error:
Starting Container ... Can't mount: /vz/template:/vz/private/1110 /vz/root/1110: No such file or directory Container start failed
We tried rebooting the server as some other sites mention but still no luck. Any help is greatly appreciated because when we contacted Parallels they did not seem to have answer. (we are still waiting on a ticket reply though)
In the last two weeks I have noticed a major issue concerning memory usage. HyperVM and Top (via console) report two very different amounts of memory being used. On a fresh rebuild, my overall usage should be no more then 22mb. However, HyperVM reports 45mb whereas Top reports 11mb. Notice the huge gap?
I was told by my VPS host that OpenVZ / HyperVM is to blame. The overwhelming issue is: if I pay for 256mb of ram and I'm being cut short, then I'm obviously over paying. What's more: how can I tell whether or not I'm being cut short?
Has anyone run across these problems in the last two weeks?
My company currently have some spam filtering problem with mailscanner and the Windows team was given a project to come up with a better solution to fight spams.
I work in Unix dept. I suggested to Windows admin I use ASSP personally and works great. I gave them the specs on my setups. Since the current front-end proxy is on RHEL, we all settled to try out ASSP on Ubuntu based server.
We scrap-find an older Dell PE 2850 we can use. I finally convinced company to deploy OpenVZ, this will be our first OpenVZ server public facing.
The Dell have two Intel 82541GI Gigabit NICs. We are VLAN-ing on Cisco switch level; eth0 will be on internal 10.0 network and eth1 on public port.
I already installed CentOS 5.2 plus HyperVM. I configured and brought up eth1 without TCP/IP, just on layer 2. Looks like OpenVZ is using eth0 right now.
For this new proxy, will be routing traffics through host eth1. What's the best way of going with this? The new proxy will be using veth so it will have its own MAC (for security reasons; and network team said this is mandatory).
Should I be using bridging? Or simple routing guests through VZ configured eth1 would work? Can anyone give me some ideas? I'm asking in WHT is because a lot of hosting companies probably have this setup already. I'm just absorbing ideas...
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 have recently created a bunch of OS templates for HyperVM as their current set were hugely outdated / unsuitable.
The images tagged modernadmin all include preconfigured DenyHosts to prevent SSH brute forcing of your customers VPS.
Available are the following for OpenVZ: centos-5.2-i386-hostinabox-modernadmin.tar.gz530,147.2KB centos-5.2-i386-modernadmin.tar.gz109,654.2KB centos-5.2-x86_64-modernadmin.tar.gz134,665.8KB debian-4.0-i386-modernadmin.tar.gz61,153.3KB debian-4.0-x86_64-modernadmin.tar.gz143,096.5KB debian-5.0-i386-modernadmin.tar.gz75,740.6KB debian-5.0-x86_64-modernadmin.tar.gz159,226.4KB fedora-core-10-i386-modernadmin.tar.gz165,429.6KB fedora-core-10-x86_64-modernadmin.tar.gz174,693.8KB ubuntu-7.10-i386-modernadmin.tar.gz76,415.5KB ubuntu-7.10-x86_64-modernadmin.tar.gz76,133.2KB ubuntu-8.04-i386-modernadmin.tar.gz70,725.7KB ...
I am trying to install LAMP on Ubuntu 7.1. However I installed apache2, php5 and mysql and it is not running properly. I would like to start from scratch. Could someone please tell me how to go about removing all three components and then installing all from scratch so that it will run properly?
ok I installed with using application disk manager 10, but when turned on pc I not see the initial dos screen;
I see directly win xp; (one other pc I have a first step where see for 1 second the dos and where I can, if I want, enter in the bios); in this new pc I not see this step, so I not know how enter in the bios;
I clicked F10 etc other buttons but not work;
at the moment , after I does some error with acronis for make a dual bootI have this error: pc not turn on more win xp but have always error mbr; if I insert a boot floppy I can see the prompt C: but if I write dir I not see noone files I have only the dimension of the disk; if I write format c: not work;
QUESTION: how I can format all and reinstall better the sata disk?
and after, the steps for install on a 2nd partition one linux S.O.
So on our server, fail2ban got itself in a mess. Tried various things to fix, to no avail, so figured I'd just do a fresh install of it. There was minimal customisation to it that I couldn't re-do.
Note I'd already rm'd /etc/fail2ban - as on previous attempts, the files in here didn't appear to be restored to their defaults. So I figured removing the directory would force this to happen (Whether this was wise I'm not sure!) ;-)
So, following instructions here: [URL] .... I now get the following:
# wget http://kb.sp.parallels.com/Attachments/kcs-36245/fail2ban.gz # gunzip fail2ban.gz # mv fail2ban /etc/init.d/fail2ban # chmod 755 /etc/init.d/fail2ban # ll /etc/init.d/fail2ban /etc/fail2ban/fail2ban.conf ls: cannot access /etc/fail2ban/fail2ban.conf: No such file or directory -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 2141 Aug 15 2014 /etc/init.d/fail2ban
I then uninstall/reinstall with # /usr/local/psa/admin/bin/autoinstaller
(Have tried via the web interface too)
I then get:
# ll /etc/init.d/fail2ban /etc/fail2ban/fail2ban.conf ls: cannot access /etc/fail2ban/fail2ban.conf: No such file or directory -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 2141 Aug 15 2014 /etc/init.d/fail2ban
i.e., no change..
and if I go to the fail2ban settings in Plesk, I get: