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
Over time and business growth, majority online businesses tend to require more server resources. Ensuring high uptime is also very critical. To accomplish this, Proxmox cluster with fail-over setup helps.
But setting up clusters, configuring fail-over, performing IP updates, etc. may require changing the IP address of the existing Proxmox server that was set initially. (more…)
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…)
“This code works fine on my computer, but not on the live server!”, programmers often complain to IT system administrators. This happens when the environments in these servers do not match. As a result, projects often get delayed.
To avoid compatibility issues, development and production server software has to be identical. DevOps aims to achieve this using configuration management and automated deployment.
With our DevOps service plan, Bobcares helps businesses deliver projects on time. We automate the DevOps cycle for fast deployment of application code on the servers. We help to create and maintain a uniform configuration for different server environments.