How can I administrate my vServers?

V-Server

To get to your vServers, please click on HOSTING VServer.

  1. Hosting

  2. V-Server

Navigation - vServer
  1. Hosting

  2. V-Server

V-Server Overview

The overview displays all relevant information about your V-Server.

Furthermore, you will find buttons with the basic functions of your server.

  1. V-Server information

  2. Basic function

My vServer
  1. V-Server information

  2. Basic function

VSever Config (1): Here you can find the features and status of the vServer.

OS installation (2): Here you can select an operating system for installation.

Extended (3): E. g. the keymap, boot-order can be set here, but also the entries for reverse DNS ca be stored here.

  1. VServer Configuration

  2. OS Installation

  3. Settings

My vServer
  1. VServer Configuration

  2. OS Installation

  3. Settings

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 demo.froxlor.org.
  • 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: There is no traffic limitation in the conventional sense. By ordering the server, you accept out terms and conditions and the fair-use policy.
  • RDNS (Reverse DNS / PTR record) 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 .

Important

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

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