Updated on October 22, 2021

It provides the opportunity to manage different options.

Create IP Inetnums: Check that the IPs (BlackListed, Solus, and reserved) have inetnums.

Create default permission for all users:  Assign default permission to all users except admins. Once you select this option, it will automatically create the permissions.

Regenerate Subnets (inetnums): Regenerate subnets. And assign subnets to the IPs within that subnet; set the subnet the inetnum if it does not have one.

Check the inetnum of each subnet: Checks that exist a RIPE in each inetnum on each subnet, Network, and IPs.

Create rules vnstat: It creates all the rules for the VPS.

VPS Migration #

Migrate multiple VPS: You can select multiples VPS and migrate them from a node to another. To migrate a VPS,

  1. Select the type of migration.
  2. The origin node.
  3. The destination node.

When you select the origin node, a VPS list will show where you can select multiples VPS.

Types of migration

Direct: it copies the complete disk of VPS, transferring the origin node to the end node. The VPS storage (Origin and Final) must be directory type for this method to operate. In addition, the storage of the VPS disk of origin must exist on the destination node.

Backup FTP: Generate a VPS backup, and it is transferred through the FTP server configuring the origin and end node; once it is transferred to the end node, it reset. Note the origin and end node must have the same FTP server configured.

Backup PBS: Generate a VPS backup through PBS configuring the origin and end node; once generated the backups, it reset the origin and end node.  Note it is necessary that the origin node and end node had the same PBS server.

Bypass: Only changes on GridCP the VPS node.

Note backup PBS generates two backups. The first one is generated while the VPS is on, and the second onis generated once we turn off the VPS, this last one is going to be restored.

After selecting the VPS that you want to migrate, you will be redirected to a new window to observe the migration progress. 

Once you complete the migration progress, you will see the different options,



Identification of the VPS.


Migration title.


Description of the migration where the VPS and the node of origin and final.


Migration priority.


If the migration has not finished, it will be represented by a 0 and a 1 if it is finished.


It runs the migration without waiting from Cron.

Date add????

The date that you created the migration task.

Last change

Date and time that the migration was processed.


Link to the migration log and its progress.


Migration advance percentage.

VPS list comparison #

The VPS list comparison shows a VPS list from the system and verifies if they are in Proxmox and GridCP.

Get VPS name by IP list: From an IP or multiple IP, you can obtain a VPS and the RDNS name in case of having one.