#2 Re: HowTo's, Guides, Reviews. » LES NAT VPS with wireguard, basic notes on how to » 2019-04-19 10:04:28

Thanks!

Interesting read and i'm sure other users will find it helpful.

#3 Re: General Support, Help Section » LowEndSpirit guide I wrote (3e/yr VPS)!! » 2019-04-19 10:02:52

Link to github is missing and I removed the porn links in your signature.

#4 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] LAX IPv6 & Domain Forwarding DOWN » 2019-04-17 09:32:35

brentybh wrote:
mikho wrote:

looking into the ipv6 problems.

found out this morning that there was maintenance work done on April 9th. Email sent the same day.

IPv6 restored 5 days ago but down again today (2 hours ago).

Last time it was an error on the host node.
I’ll look at it again later today

#5 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] LAX IPv6 & Domain Forwarding DOWN » 2019-04-10 19:40:45

looking into the ipv6 problems.

found out this morning that there was maintenance work done on April 9th. Email sent the same day.

#6 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] LAX IPv6 & Domain Forwarding DOWN » 2019-04-10 13:32:25

A user tried to abuse the domain forwarding system and when doing so, mess up the config and thus haproxy did no longer work.

it should work now

The user is no longer with us.

#8 Re: New Member Introduction » Hello » 2019-03-23 18:30:14

WSS wrote:

Bumping this.

For no reason, whatsoever.....

#9 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Reverse proxy for Berkeley Springs node not working » 2019-03-23 10:19:08

sometimes this happens when a Node is rebooted forcefully, haven't found the cause and Virtualizor hasn't set this issue as a high priority thing to fix, and rightly so.
It is a quick fix when you know what to do.

#10 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Reverse proxy for Berkeley Springs node not working » 2019-03-23 07:37:24

Thats what you get for assuming things.

I got notified on the downtime but before I could get connected from my phone the node came back online, I then and there assumed that it was a network blip but apparently the server rebooted.

I will bring this up with the DC and ask for an explanation of the unplanned reboot.

HAProxy should be fixed now

#11 Re: New Member Introduction » Hello everyone » 2019-03-23 07:35:08

welcome to the forums!

If you search around, there is a nice setup with HAProxy from one of our users that you could use as a starting point to get a true High availability cluster on cheap services.

#12 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Template errors in Los Angeles » 2019-03-22 21:42:54

v3ng wrote:

So, is it safe to order a VZ7 service?

The only location which had this problem was LAX.
Singapore, Berkeley Springs never had this issue.

#14 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Template errors in Los Angeles » 2019-03-21 06:57:16

Template errors happend due to OpenVZ7 abandoning the legacy template system which Virtualizor hadn’t prepared for already.
It works on old systems but not on newly installed OpenVZ7 nodes.

A temp fix has been released to me while waiting for the next release of Virtualizor.
I will implement this today and reply to all tickets opened with a reference to this thread.

If you still have problems, let me know which OS/distro you are trying to install and I’ll take a closer look on that dist template.

If you want a free month, let me know in the ticket.

Thank you.

#15 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Template errors in Los Angeles » 2019-03-19 20:28:01

Well, this looks like a disaster already.

Node finally came back online, but it does look like the system is beyond repair.
I will let the Virtualizor guys work some more as they get online by now.
if they can't resolve it, a complete reinstall will be made.

Compensation for theones who already bought the location will be handed out when issue is completly resolved.

#16 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Template errors in Los Angeles » 2019-03-19 12:18:51

To top everything, the whole Node went offline. hmm

Waiting for a reaction from the staff on site.

#17 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Template errors in Los Angeles » 2019-03-18 08:20:13

There are some bigger issues with the templates in Los Angeles.

The Looking glass vps is running debian but after the latest update on the node, most templates became corrupt.
I am working hard on resolving this issue.

#18 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVm] Need some help setting up OpenVPN » 2019-03-05 10:34:34

mdoerges wrote:

I have the same problem on my Norway 1GB NAT VPS. The tun device isn't working.
Internal IPv4: 172.16.41.106
OpenVPN  shows an error:

ERROR: Cannot open TUN/TAP dev /dev/net/tun: Operation not permitted (errno=1)

Tried to disable/enable the tun device. Also tried to shutdown and start the VPS (not rebooting). Still not working.
Can you please check?


Sorry, totally missed this reply.

Please check now
Or stop and start from client panel

#20 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVm] Need some help setting up OpenVPN » 2019-02-26 14:21:36

WSS wrote:

I guess I'm the only one who gets sick of rebooting (containers) all of the time so I use vzctl?

That you can do if you have access to the node smile not as a customer

#21 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVm] Need some help setting up OpenVPN » 2019-02-25 11:15:53

AnthonySmith wrote:

I don't know why virtualizor don't just put the same function in to the reboot button for re-writing the config file, would make life so much easier!

To much common sense I guess. smile

 
Was the same thing with Solus not long ago. 
Had to stop/start the container from the control panel to make some changes stick.

#22 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVm] Need some help setting up OpenVPN » 2019-02-25 11:14:52

Hasdump wrote:

**+Also a question, is the 300GB Transfer quota Monthly or Yearly?**

Monthly

#23 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVm] Need some help setting up OpenVPN » 2019-02-25 01:05:19

Was it the stop/start from the control panel that solved it?

#24 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVm] Need some help setting up OpenVPN » 2019-02-24 12:46:56

Hasdump wrote:

**Update, Not sure if this helps https://i.imgur.com/EuS8Dd1.png Seems OpenVPN wont listen to the port?

Run a netstat and see what ports/services are running/listening.

#25 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVm] Need some help setting up OpenVPN » 2019-02-24 12:44:38

wcypierre wrote:

on the connectivity issue, I would like to chip in as well as the sg node had the same issue (unable to query localhost port 19999 but it is fine now

 
If you query localhost from the inside of the container, it never goes outside of your container.
That port is not forwarded so any connectivity issues would have been inside your container.

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