#2 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] VPS unable to start after reboot » 2019-05-07 14:03:22

Hi @mikho,

Thank you for your help, my VPS booting normal now.
Yes I am opened a ticket and you already replied.

My IPv6 2406:d500:12:beef:41cb:0000:0000:0001

#3 General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] VPS unable to start after reboot » 2019-05-07 07:43:11

chocolateshirt
Replies: 3

Hi @mikho,

My VPS unable to start after reboot. When I try to manual start VPS from panel, there are dialogue box said that 'Operation could not be completed'.

My VPS still off right now. How to start my VPS?

Regards

#4 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Singapore NAT VPS Time Sync Required » 2019-05-07 04:26:05

Hi @mikho - I believe after SG node shutdown yesterday the date/time is not working properly. Kindly check.

#5 Re: General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Virtualizor record wrong bandwidth usage » 2019-04-09 10:51:30

AnthonySmith wrote:

3 possibilities.

1. you do not realize that that the stats you see on venet0 reset upon reboot
2. you are using it as a VPN which uses double out>in>out>in again.
3. Virtualizor is right and your own method has only recorded half.

1. I think you are wrong, because vnstat did not record the stats on venet0, but it record traffic on interface. It was a service with database so no matter how many VPS restart per day it will not affect vnstat performance.
2. I did not use the VPS as a VPN server.
3. Tomorrow I will try to download 10 GB of data on anotherVPS that idling as a comparison. And I will check how many bandwidth used on the VPS compared to the bandwidth usage recorded on Virtualizor.

#6 General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] Virtualizor record wrong bandwidth usage » 2019-04-09 08:19:33

chocolateshirt
Replies: 3

I just find out that the bandwidth meter on Virtualizor panel were wrong. The value recorded on Virtualizor is twice the value of actual usage. Especially on March, Virtualizor record for bandwidth usage is around 1292 GB while actual usage is around 591 GB.

On April, Virtualizor record for 9 days bandwidth usage around 176 GB while actual usage is around 74 GB. I am using vnstat and vnstati on venet0 interface to record actual inbound and outbond traffic.  For your information, I attached screenshot from virtualizor and vnstati.

Could you fix this issue?

vnstati-bandwidth-stat.jpg

virtualizor-bandwidth-stat-march.jpg

virtualizor-bandwidth-stat-april.jpg

#7 General Support, Help Section » [MrVM] How to enable fuse? » 2019-02-10 09:54:13

chocolateshirt
Replies: 0

Hi mikho,

How to enable fuse on my NAT VPS. I can not find the tick box on whmcs or virtualizor panel. Please help fix the issue.

Regards

https://imgur.com/a/e73L5aO

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