#1 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 ....

#3 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.

#4 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Very high ping through IPv6 | Route seems OK » 2018-11-28 14:39:50

Could you confirm if the issue has been resolved? The Upstream has made some changed that improved the connection for other customers.

#5 Re: Feature Requests » OS request / from the OpenVZ list » 2018-11-27 09:46:43

timsan wrote:

On this page I only saw CentOS 6 and Debian 7 being offered:

https://clients.mrvm.net/cart.php?a=confproduct&i=0

It would be great to have CentOS 7, Debian 8 and/or Ubuntu 16.04.

CentOS 6 will be EoL soon, when RHEL 8 is released next year. Debian 7 is already EoL.

ta, t


I've had some issues with adding new templates to the order form, often with failed provisioning and alot of tickets.
I have therefor cut the list short and keep "all" templates available after the order is accepted.

Main reason is to be able to provide a working VPS and then you can reinstall with your template of choice.

If the template you are looking for isn't available, feel free to ask for it. OpenVZ6 "supports" templates listed on this page: https://wiki.openvz.org/Download/template/precreated

#6 Re: Feature Requests » OS request / from the OpenVZ list » 2018-11-26 15:19:06

Which provider and location?

Without checking my own list I think I support all of the above.

#7 Re: Technical Chat » Can a NAT VPS 128 be used to run a HAPROXY for 2 other VPS? » 2018-11-26 15:17:20

Yes.

I think some of my customers use it to forward port 80 or 443 to some other local port.

#8 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MRVM] Is there a Debian 9 Minimal installation available? » 2018-11-24 12:03:38

West Virginia is OpenVZ 7 (newer kernel amon other things) and the templates for OpenVZ6 is not compatible.
The command in the control panel is there because the minimal debian9 template doesn’t have sshd installed.

Minimal templates for OpenVZ7 is on the todo list but I’ve focused on getting settings like tun/tap available in the control panel first.

I have a few other things up my sleeve, I hope that I will have the time to create minimal templates during the holidays in December.

#9 Re: HowTo's, Guides, Reviews. » How do I SSH a server using the IPv6 address? » 2018-11-24 11:59:09

Check that the ssh server is listening on ipv6 and make sure to add thw parameter -6 to your ssh command.

#10 Re: New Member Introduction » Hi / Bonjour / sawasdee khrap » 2018-11-23 16:13:24

Bonjour!!

Hope you have better weather there than here in Sweden.

#11 Re: VPS OFFERS and DEALS! » Any good Black Friday deals going? » 2018-11-23 16:12:49

Can’t post on both forums so follow this thread.

https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/1 … -to-thread


Not sure Inception or Gestion does any NAT offers this year?

#12 Re: General Support, Help Section » How to report outages? (mrvm - norway offline) » 2018-11-22 21:45:28

someone decided to rape the disk, making everything extremely slow.
I was connected but eventually gave up trying to type and waiting for the command to execute so I restarted the server.


I monitor the servers so there is no need to open a ticket. Post here if you want to. If I'm not sleeping, I'm usually already on it.

#13 Re: New Member Introduction » Just like to say hej! » 2018-11-19 19:32:06

Welcome to the wonderful world of NAT.
On this forum everyone who isn’t Scandinavian, wishes they were smile

#14 Re: HowTo's, Guides, Reviews. » Howto keep your account alive » 2018-11-18 16:08:21

WSS wrote:
mikho wrote:

Used underpants? Sell them om craigslist.

Wait- where did m4m go!?!!

 
Is that a Myspace reference??

#17 Re: General Support, Help Section » How do I open port 3000 on my VPS? » 2018-11-17 18:15:29

If it is a NAT VPS it wont be possible, not over ipv4. Obly ipv6

#18 Re: Chit Chat and Stuff (The Pub) » LES box uptime bragging » 2018-11-13 17:48:38

Phoenix had a major power outage, thats why.

Server was up and down a couple of times before it decided to stay online smile

#19 Re: HowTo's, Guides, Reviews. » Howto keep your account alive » 2018-11-13 08:13:39

WSS wrote:

What am I going to do with all of these underpants?

Used underpants? Sell them om craigslist.

#20 HowTo's, Guides, Reviews. » Howto keep your account alive » 2018-11-08 16:10:30

mikho
Replies: 4

Step 1 : Don’t break the terms of service.
Step 2: Enjoy life.

#21 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] NC Possible IPv6 issues? » 2018-10-30 10:23:55

It is working again.

This is a really strange issue.

#22 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] NC Possible IPv6 issues? » 2018-10-29 20:23:47

Tsuyo wrote:
mikho wrote:

 
In the middle of dinner, will check right after.
I thought I fixed that issue?!

No, Mason is right. The reboot of the Lenoir node caused the IPv6 connectivity to go down once more again.

 
What I ment was that I thought I fixed the ”ipv6 crash on reboot” issue.
Apparently not sad

#23 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] NC Possible IPv6 issues? » 2018-10-29 19:41:50

Mason wrote:

Lenoir is back at it again with the v6 issues.

Edit:

Whoops!!! Just saw - https://forum.lowendspirit.com/viewtopic.php?id=4015. Guess that it's related. Sorry to beat the dead horse.

 
In the middle of dinner, will check right after.
I thought I fixed that issue?!

#24 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Using different OS image? » 2018-10-22 12:19:47

I found Debian 9 x86 as a "contributed" template, that means that it's not officially supported.
I've added it to the download queue and it should be available soon.


The 64-bit has been available for a along time.

#25 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Using different OS image? » 2018-10-22 12:03:53

depends on the location.

Singapore is the only one (as of now) running OpenVZ7 on Centos7. So there is a difference between that location and the others running OpenVZ6.

Debian9 is the latest version available on OPenVZ6 and that is unofficially "supported".

What location and what dist are you looking for?

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