Troubleshooting Jailed Shell on OpenVZ

By | 2019-08-24T11:40:14+00:00 July 28th, 2019|

cPanel/WHM provides Jailed shell environment for users, this feature gives high-level security for users while connecting to the server via SSH. The Jailed shell environment provides more security than normal shell environment. This feature protects each users home directory by not allowing other users to access one's home directory. It means that the user can [...]

Common OpenVZ Commands for System Administrators

By | 2019-08-22T13:08:20+00:00 February 25th, 2019|

  OpenVZ is a container-based virtualization technology for Linux and it is free open source software, available under GNU GPL. OpenVZ creates isolated, multiple secure Linux on a single physical server. Each container is also known as VPSs (Virtual Private Servers) and it performs and executes exactly like a standalone server. a container can be [...]

WHM List Account Option Shows 0 Disk Usage For cPanel Accounts

By | 2019-08-23T18:31:15+00:00 March 30th, 2017|

In this documentation, we can discuss about how to resolve the issue regarding when we tried to list the cPanel accounts in WHM ‘List Accounts’ option, the ‘Disk Used’ portion shows disk usage as 0 for all users.   To resolve this issue, please follow the below given steps. 1) For a VPS run fixquotas [...]

When should you upgrade a VPS slice?

By | 2019-08-24T06:58:05+00:00 March 30th, 2017|

You can upgrade or downgrade vps slices from the InterServer customer control panel itself. Let's discuss some situations when you should upgrade a VPS Slice.   If you own a VPS from us then you may already know what is a VPS Slice. For those who don't know, check the description below.   What is [...]

When should you upgrade from Shared Hosting to VPS?

By | 2019-08-24T07:03:25+00:00 March 30th, 2017|

Do you have a shared hosting plan with us? When should you upgrade from shared hosting to a vps? Before we start, you should know the difference between a shared hosting plan and a vps plan.   Shared Hosting Plans These are our most affordable and budget friendly web hosting plans. Shared web hosting means [...]

What is User Beancounters? UBC Parameters?

By | 2019-08-26T06:33:14+00:00 February 27th, 2017|

The User Beancounters are inevitable parameters of containers. They are as important because they will affect the server performance if the limit is reached. In this article, we are going to see about the User Beancounters in detail.   What are User Beancounters? These limits are controlled by each of the containers in the node. [...]

Unable to start init, probably incorrect template error in OpenVZ Error

By | 2019-08-24T11:46:15+00:00 December 13th, 2016|

In this tutorial we can learn how to fix the error - "Unable to start init, probably incorrect template error in OpenVZ" OpenVZ OpenVZ is an operating system-level virtualization technology for Linux. It allows Multiple isolated operating system instances, called containers/Virtual Private Servers(VPS)/Virtual Environments(VE) to run on a single physical server.   Init The first [...]

How to unlock a container in OpenVZ

By | 2019-08-26T13:11:15+00:00 December 13th, 2016|

In this tutorial we can check how to unlock a container in OpenVZ OpenVZ OpenVZ is an operating system-level virtualization technology for Linux. It allows Multiple isolated operating system instances, called containers/Virtual Private Servers(VPS)/Virtual Environments(VE) to run on a single physical server.   Action Scripts There might be some situations when you need to perform additional [...]

A Beginners Guide to OpenVZ

By | 2019-08-22T10:16:16+00:00 November 11th, 2016|

OpenVZ is an OS level virtualization technology for Linux. It allows a physical server to run multiple operating systems on it. We can call these platforms containers or VPS. OpenVZ is a container which holds an operating system. We can install multiple operating systems on their containers. OpenVZ containers have no kernel, so it uses [...]

What is TUN/TAP? How to enable it in OpenVZ?

By | 2019-08-24T08:30:12+00:00 October 28th, 2016|

TUN/TAP is used to provide packet reception and transmission for user space programs. TUN stands for network TUNnel) is a network layer device and TAP stands for network TAP and it is a link layer device and both of them are virtual network kernel devices. TUN/TAP kernel module is needed to be enabled in VPS [...]

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