The term virtual server refers to a server that is usually located in an offsite data center. Its resources are shared by multiple users who each have control over it.
To create a VPS based on the virtual plan:
Read more in plans.
Once you are inside the plan version:
You must create the float group and the node before selecting this option. Read more in Float Group and Node.
After you complete the server, you will find a variety of options.
This option will reset the VPS.
It will stop the VPS.
This option will suspend the VPS.
Allows controlling the VPS remotely.
To create a server, go to:
Once inside the section, complete the general information.
You can configure the CD/DVD. There are diverse options to configure the CD/DVD.
OS: Setting the proper operating system allows GridCP to optimize some low-level parameters; you can select one of the operative systems of the list for the VPS to adapt to the system.
Hard disk: This section configures the main hard disk. Bus control can emulate different storage control.
CPU: A central processing unit (CPU) is the electronic circuitry that executes instructions comprising a computer program. In this section, you can configure the CPU to choose the number of cores and type, among other options.
Memory: For each VPS, you have the option to set a fixed size memory. This section allows you to configure the memory of the VPS according to your requirements.
Network: You can configure the network of the VPS. Among other options, one of the most important is the bridge that allows you to choose the interface you will use and the network device that lets you choose the type.
To delete a VPS go to:
If you select the By-pass option, the VPS will be deleted only from GridCP; however, if you don’t check this option, it will erase from the node and GridCP.
To be able to enter the control panel, click on the name of the VPS.
Once inside the control panel, you will have a general view of all the options.
In this section, you have different options such as,
You can perform different changes, which we explain in detail below.
It changes the hostname on the VPS.
It changes the distribution of the keyboard.
Change booth order
It changes the starting order between the hard disk, CDROM, and Network.
It changes the ISO image.
It changes the setting of the network.
Allows increasing the amount of the hard disk. Select a hard disk and the new size of the disk. Note to operate; it must be bigger than the actual.
Allows to increase and set the memory of a VPS.
Changes the number of cores on the VPS.
Add hard disk
Allows adding a new hard disk into the VPS.
Allows limiting the monthly traffic of the VPS.
Allows migrating a VPS from a source node to a destination node. There are two types of migration,
Allows adding IP that is outside the GridCP system to enable the traffic. Allows adding individual IP or multiples IPs that belong to a subnet.
Enables the maintenance of the VPS; while a VPS is in maintenance, the activities of a user are blocked.
It changes the resources of a VPS from a plan. For example, if the plan has one less hard disk, the current hard disk will keep the current size.
Allows managing additional users for them to manages the VPS.
Allows cloning a VPS to another VPS.
Change the user owner of the VPS.
You will find some information about your VPS. Also, you can modify core, memory, disk space, bandwidth.
Other information that you will encounter is,
Resource usage shows quick information about the CPU usage, memory, hard disk, and traffic consumed.
Statistics show the resource usage in real-time.
The task shows the actions executed in Proxmox.
Log it show the logs of the actions on GridCP.
Shows a list of IPs assigned to a VPS. When an IP is assigned to a VPS, the aforementioned IP is routed to the VPS, allowing traffic.
Once inside, you will find different options for the IP of a VPS.
To add IP press Add IP and automatically the additional IP will be added.
To delete an additional IP go to:
Also, you will find the following tags,