How can I administrate my vServers?

In order to administrate your vServers please go to the navigation point HOSTING and select the item Your vServers.

vServers menu


The index page alreday provides many details.

In addition to the name of the vServer (1) - you can assign your own, meaningful names via the symbol - you can see the current status of the vServer (2).

Furthermore, you see the server class and the expiration date (3) as well as the chosen renewal mode (4).

Please note:

The status only provides information about whether a server has been paid or not. This is not an indication of whether the server is configured or if it is running.

The server will only be renewed when we receive the payment in time regardless of the chosen renewal option. Please pay attention to our terms of payment.

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Server information

If you click on the name of the vServer you get to the detailled server information. This page is divided into 4 sections:

  • Server information (1): Here you find details about the vServer specifications. At this point the term "Status" actually provides information about the current state of your vServer. In the example below the server has been stopped and waits for a restart.
  • Renewal Option (2): Via the pull-down menu you may change the default setting "Autorenew" to "Expiration" to delete the product.
  • Server Network Information (3): Here you can find the VNC details in addition to the IP address and the MAC ID of your server. These details are required to access your server via your local VNC client.
  • Available System Commands (4): In addition to starting and stopping the server you can select various operating systems for installation.
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Operating systems

The following operating systems are currently available:

  • CentOS 5.4 x86_64 ­DVD
  • Debian 5.0.8 Lenny amd64 netinst, inclusive Froxlor web interface for easy management of web server, mail server and ftp. A demo version is available at
  • Fedora 12 x86_64­ netinst
  • Gentoo 10.1 amd64 minimal
  • Memtest86+ V4.0 ­Pre­Compiled Bootable ISO
  • openSUSE 11.3 x86_64 ­ NET (use of XEN­Kernel)
  • Ubuntu 10.04 amd64 – Server

The following OS is pre-installed available:
Debian 5.0.8 Lenny amd64 minimal Base System

Please note:

DEBIAN only is available for automatic installation.

Important information and FAQ

  • Traffic: We offer a traffic flatrate in compliance with the fair use policy. There is no proper traffic limitation, but you accept the fair use policy by ordering a vServer.
  • RDNS (PTR) available.
  • Beyond this, we offer no support for vServers.

What means CPU 1/CPU 2/CPU 4?

CPU stands for usable cores.
Host machines with different CPU facilities are used. Intel-based multi-core processors provide the basis.

What operating systems are supported?

Currently, only the Linux systems offered by us can be installed.

How is the virtualization technically implemented?

XEN with HVM support (fully virtualized guest systems due to the technology Intel "Vanderpool"). Access to "screen", "keyboard" and "mouse" of the guest systems through VNC.

How can I install a different operating system?

  • Please go to Hard Disk /CD Image and select the operating system.
  • Click on Change bootorder.
  • Go to Server Commands and select Reboot server.
  • Click on the Save Button.
  • Use your VNC client to connect to your vServer and start the installation .


If you decide to install OpenSUSE, please select the XEN kernel.

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