#1 2015-08-06 09:25:28

Jasper
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Some LHC KVM questions.

Hi,

Without further ado, here they are:

1) Windows?
2) Can I use my own ISOs?
3) Can you give a few examples of things one cannot do without dedicated IP?
4) Can I host game servers (my concern here is continuous network and server load)?
4a) Is there any DDoS mitigation? What happens if I get attacked?
5) Are there any noticeable differences in usage of any given Linux distro vs. physical machine?
6) Is any essential, KVM-specific knowledge needed? Like common mistakes that can be easily avoided etc. (links please if you don't want to write it all here)

I apologize in advance if any of these questions sound stupid.

Last edited by Jasper (2015-08-06 09:26:57)

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#2 2015-08-07 11:30:18

NanoTom
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Re: Some LHC KVM questions.

1) Windows. No
2) Own ISO - at ants discretion
3) Host on ports not assigned to you. If your software allows you to change port then that's fine. Port 80 is usable with reverse proxy
4) Game servers should be fine if they don't abuse CPU, network or IO.
4a) none for LHC from what I am aware of.
5) From what I've noticed no.
6) If you can use a normal server or desktop with that Linux installed you can use KVM just the same.

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#3 2015-08-07 23:49:47

Jasper
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Re: Some LHC KVM questions.

Thank you very much for providing answers NanoTom.

NanoTom wrote:

4) Game servers should be fine if they don't abuse CPU, network or IO.

Well the problem is that I don't know how to really determine that by other means than just making the game server (and by that I mean a Garry's Mod server that would be running 24/7 most of the time).

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