Got a slight problem on my development OpenVZ server, it has been working 100% up until 2 days ago when I did a restart.
I have 5 VE's (id 201 - 205), I was able to run all 5 will ample resourses spare.
Now I can only run one at a time...?
I checked the logs and get this
Dec 3 18:16:17 localhost kernel: allocation failed: out of vmalloc space - use vmalloc=<size> to increase size. Dec 3 18:16:17 localhost kernel: VE: 202: stopped Dec 3 18:16:17 localhost kernel: VE: 202: failed to start with err=-12 ....
i want to have my tv channel to internet.i want to broadcast via windows media encoder my tv signal to internet. i want a quality beetween 164-240 kbps for max 50 users.i want a company which will give me all the details to see a live demo.can you suggest me some companies that they have good quality and good price?
I am not the brightest when it comes to IRC. Ideally we want to create a "Chat Room" for our website members. We only need one room, so I am thinking a whole server is over kill However I am interested in knowing if not requiring a whole server, is there a service perhaps that allows us to have our own branded irc channel, IE: irc.ourwebsite.com ?
I am only thinking IRC as we want our users to use the web based interface, and there is a plethora of these that can run through a java applet to the IRC channel. Or are there better solutions?
I am open to suggestions, we are only looking to have about 30 people in the chat room.
Q1: You've got one server with 8MB RAM. You offer a single VPS plan with 256GB guaranteed RAM. Does this mean that you are limited to exactly 32 VPS clients on this machine? (Or 8 clients if you had a single 1MB plan.)
Q2: On a single Virtuozzo machine, again with 8MB RAM, do providers typically mix and match plans on the same box? In other words will they typically put their 1MB clients on the same box as the 256MB clients?
I just moved data centres here in the UK. I've paid for a 47U rack with 8amps of power. I plugged everything in and the meter is reading 8.9 - 9.1 amps. Seems fine at the moment, should I be worried about it tripping or is it just a case of if they find out they'll hike my bill up?
I was unziping from network 4gb file to my server and server crashed. When I got it back up partition has allocated 4gb of space, but there is no file I cannot reallocate it. /dev/hda6 67G 63G 437M 100% /home
Like you can see above 4gb is allocated but it is not used, so what can i do?
Our company currently has colo in NY, UK and Geneva and have recently started to rent some space in an Australian datacentre.
In each of our existing centres we have a /26 range of IP addresses assigned to us (62 usable IPs) and we requested the same for our Australian installation.
The colo company has email us today with our IP range allocation and they seem to have chosen to allocate us 12 seperate /29 ranges (6 usable IPs).
This seems really strange to me, is it normal practise? Why not just assign us one /26 as requested.
Also, our WatchGuard firewalls only accept one range in the configuration and then you add in all of the IP aliases seperatly. If I set a the IP range to bigger than the range we own (to cover all 12 seperate ranges we've been issued) would this cause problems for the people that own the other IPs in this large range?
Im getting this error when i try to create a package for a client. As far as i can tell, everything is set up properly. Its located inside my WHM area, but the billing software wont create the account and gives me:
Package Not Allowed or Exceeded Resource/Account Allocation
but i have no resource or account allocation settings set. everything is wide open.
My second question is, if i want to give someone unlimited bandwidth/storage, how do i do that? ive tried -1 and 0, but it keeps kicking it out as not valid. any ideas?
I'm curious. I have read some stuff recently about Amazon, Mosso and other clouds. I know Mosso has switched over to a request based pricing model and I realized that I am not sure exactly what a 'request' is.
I think that a hit, as tallied by AWStats, Webalizer, etc. would be the same thing as a request, but I wasn't 100% sure if that was the case with Mosso. I actually contacted Mosso support (someone I know is considering using them) to ask them for clarification on a request. They stated that a page with two images would be three requests, one for each image and one for the page itself. I asked if it was the same as 'hits' and they said no, it isn't. This didn't sound right to me, because my understanding of 'hits' is the same as how he described 'requests'.
So, I figured I would just ask the experts on WHT.
I couldnt find my past forum post regarding a good service from LA to Australia. Mainly, Im looking for a LA service which will provide me with super times to melbourne australia. I need a company which is small and that can provide me with fast support and great speeds.