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WHMCS Error: No nodes found in node group

by | Jul 19, 2021

Stuck with WHMCS Error: No nodes found in node group? We can help you.

Here at Bobcares, we often handle requests from our customers to fix similar WHMCS errors.

Today we will see how our support engineers fix this for our customers as a part of our Server Management Services.


How to create a SolusVM VPS product in WHMCS with solusvmpro module?

Let us see the steps followed by our Support Techs to create a SolusVM VPS product in WHMCS.

1.Firstly, log in WHMCS administrator interface.
2.Then, open Setup > Product/Services > Configurable Options > Create a New Group.
3.Create a Configurable Options group for the necessary virtualization and type the necessary Name and Description.
4.Next, click Save Changes.
5.Then, click Add New Configurable Option:


  • Type Operating System in Option Name field.
  • Select Dropdown in Option Type field.
  • In Add Option field type the following:
  • filename-of-template | Displayed name


Filename-of-template – filename of the template without “.tar.gz” or “.iso” extension.

Can be checked in Media > List Templates > <required-virtualization> > Edit Template next to the required template > Template section.

Displayed name – any name which will be displayed in WHMCS for the template.

6.Then, add other Operating Systems using step 6.
7.Click Save Changes, close the window, and click Save Changes again.
8.Select the required Product in Assigned Products field.
9.Then, click Close Window.
10.Next, open Setup > Product/Services > Product Services > Create a New Product.
Product Settings:

Firstly, in Product Type – Dedicated/VPS Server.

Product Group – any required group. In case there is none – it can be created in Setup > Product/Services > Product/Services > Create a New Group.

In Product Name – type any required name.
12.Click Continue.
13.Open Module Settings tab.
Module Settings

Firstly, module Name – solusvmpro.

Module User Type – Admin.

Master Server – the required SolusVM Master server.

Virtualization Type – the required type.
15.Click Save Changes.
16.Continue changing Module Setting.
17.Then, click Save Changes.
18.Next, open Custom Fields.
19.Then, add fields according to Custom Fields
20.Next, click on Save Changes.
21.Finally, use created product to create SolusVM VPS.


WHMCS Error: No nodes found in node group

This error usually occurs due to incorrect configuration in SolusVM > Nodes > Node Groups group that is configured in Module Settings of a WHMCS product does not have any SolusVM nodes.

How to resolve WHMCS Error: No nodes found in node group?

Today, let us see steps followed by support Techs to resolve it.

1.Login to SolusVM admin interface.
2.Open Nodes > Edit Node next to a node that should be assigned to the required Node Group.
3.Set the correct group in Node Group field and click Save


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In short, we saw how our Support Engineers fix WHMCS Error: No nodes found in node group.



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