KVM is a Linux virtualization technology that’s used in many virtualization solutions such as Proxmox, Virtualizor and SolusVM. All major Linux systems like RedHat, CentOS, Debian and Ubuntu have in-built support for KVM.
Bobcares helps VPS providers and server owners setup and maintain virtualization systems through our Server Management services. A common error found during the initial setup of KVM is “Could not access KVM kernel module“. (more…)
The error ‘Login to Proxmox host failed’ can happen in different scenarios:
- When you try to access the Proxmox VE management console directly
- While integrating a third party module such as WHMCS into your Proxmox server
- During the management of a cluster of Proxmox nodes
By default, when an LXC container is created in Proxmox, it is assigned a single static IP to access it. Many a times, users require additional IPs in their containers.
Multiple IP addresses are required in cases such as multi-site WordPress hosting, multiple websites with SSL, high availability fail-over setup for services, network appliances like load balancer, etc. (more…)
Virtualization refers to hosting a number of virtual server instances over a single physical machine. Dividing resources such as CPU, RAM, storage and I/O among multiple instances, helps in maximum hardware utilization. Statistics show that every business organization has virtualized over 70% of their servers.
To manage a virtualized environment, businesses need a management solution that enables optimal distribution of server resources among various virtual instances. A virtualization management solution helps to do this without much time or overhead. (more…)