#3 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Singapore NAT VPS Time Sync Required » 2019-02-09 19:29:58

Again?

There is a ntp service running that should keep it up to date.
I’ll fix the time and see whats wrong with the ntp service

#4 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Are there problems with the Norway server? » 2019-02-09 19:28:38

Had to stop a few processes that raped the CPU and caused insane swapping.
Just got a monitor report that lod is going up again.

I’ll have a look and see what’s wrong now.

#5 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Problem with tun device Norway 1GB NAT » 2019-02-06 15:03:23

You could try to

chattr +i /dev/net

That should keep the directory as Virtuozzo rewrites the network config on reboots.

#6 Re: General Support, Help Section » Unable to login via SSH » 2019-02-06 14:52:50

arseiola wrote:

Um, I read the email… and just to clarify. My outward facing IP issued by my ISP ends in 84, so I use 8421 as a port number, that's what I am doing and that's what I have been doing all along.

Are you saying I should change the config file to include the custom port number “8421” ? Because the way I understand it, port 22 in the terminal config file is because the “8421” port number I use is automatically forwarded to port 22! or am I wrong?

I haven't been using port 22 in Putty!


When I wrote internal and external IP, I was talking about the IPs in the email you got at signup.

#7 Re: General Support, Help Section » Unable to login via SSH » 2019-02-06 10:19:51

You should not connect to port 22 with putty. Your external SSH port is is the last octect of your internal ip plus '21'

If your internal ip ends with 131, your external ssh port is 13121.
If your internal ip ends with 91, your external ssh port is 9121.

#8 Re: New Member Introduction » Hello LES » 2019-02-03 17:32:16

Hello and welcome !

We (LES) intend to stay around,  most welcome to the community.

#9 Re: General Support, Help Section » Unable to login via SSH » 2019-02-03 15:10:45

There is no need to include your internal IP in the ssh command.

In putty you set the external ip and change the port to your assigned ssh port.
Then hit connect.

#10 Re: HowTo's, Guides, Reviews. » Which light weight web server would you recommend on a 128mb server? » 2019-01-25 13:22:27

Both options are good.

Havent seen which one is ”best” in terms of lowest ram footprint and/or performance.
I would say whatever feels the easiest to configure.

#12 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Are there problems with the Norway server? » 2019-01-22 05:32:57

I tried to recover the server but it took to long to have any commands respond so I had to hard reset it.
Looks like the HAProxy service didn’t start properly after.

I’ll have a look in a minute or so.

#13 Re: General Support, Help Section » I cannot login VPS » 2019-01-10 10:31:08

connection refused says that there is something responding but no allowing you to connect.

Are you using the correct port ?

#14 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Domain Forwarding » 2018-12-31 00:56:06

wcypierre wrote:

Thanks for the help big_smile with that said, maybe you will want to add some preventive checks in the domain forwarding code


there is nothing like a bug hunt at 2 am in the morning smile



I already had to chane the code from Virtualizor in WHMCS to remove the possibility to add a new record with a custom port. Apparently it was still possible to add a record and then edit it to whatever you liked.

so I removed the editing possibility.
If you (or someone else) mistypes the domain name, delete it and add it again.

I hope that will make it easier in the future.

#15 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Domain Forwarding » 2018-12-31 00:25:56

done.

Someone tried to forward port 22 to their own container. HAProxy never reloaded and therefor failed. Your site loads nice now.

#16 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Domain Forwarding » 2018-12-31 00:23:13

thanks for the ticket, first thing I noticed is that something is wrong with the config. Probably some user who set the wrong values somewhere.
When reloading the config it fails and therefor nothing is actually changed in the running config.

I will do some tests and find whats wrong in the config.

#17 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Domain Forwarding » 2018-12-30 17:23:46

Send me the domain name and details on the setup in a ticket and I’ll have a look.

#18 Re: General Support, Help Section » Openvpn issue in SG location by MrVM » 2018-12-24 18:52:55

WSS wrote:

Hypervisor needs to have tap/tun loaded, added to /etc/modules{.d/openvz.conf}.

It is loaded on the node itself, somehow the directory in the container is not created. If created manually, after enabling it in the controlmpnel it works.

#20 Re: Pre-Sales Questions » MrVM Locations » 2018-12-21 11:54:17

I confirm.
The VPS isn’t suspended as with most providers.
There is no extra charges, only a limitation in speed.

I will however contact anyone who ”abuses” it and use it 100% 24/7 for a long period of time.
One could say its available to ”fair usage” if you need 24/7 100% max bandwidth, this service is not what you are looking for.


But if you need to setup a HA website on multiple locations that won’t go down because you use alot of bandwidth? Then it will work nicely.

#21 Re: General Support, Help Section » Openvpn issue in SG location by MrVM » 2018-12-21 11:50:30

Modprobe can’t be run in an OpenVZ container as it shares the kernel with the node.

I will pop a ticket to Virtualizor as I consider that a bug that should be fixed.

#23 Re: General Support, Help Section » [mrVM] Debian 8/9 minimal template » 2018-12-04 11:05:21

West Virginia and Singapore is OpenVZ7.
The steps to create  templates is a little bit different.
I hope that I can get around to do it in December but time flies ....

#25 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Domain Forwarding » 2018-11-28 15:01:58

make sure your webserver is listening to port 80 and/or 443 and point your dns record to the external ip.

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