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Will use Virtualizor or SolusVM - need partition details
I've 32GB Ram server.
How i need to partition them ? I need to sell maximum vps as i can.
where we selling rams from for vps servers ? From '' / '' or '' /vz '' ?
Just give me example fits what i want.
OpenVZ I'm guessing?
/vz is where your VPS will go yes - use all remaining space.
/ - system files & templates - around 10GB should be fine.
SWAP - debatable...
Last edited by iexo; 11-03-2013 at
Yes it's openVZ
/ swap 2 times ram
/vz remainin space
BTW i'll use virtualizor is that got FreeBSD or something like solusvm for vps servers ? (OS Reinstall)
When i installed SolusVM at moudle settings (WHMCS) i can't see plans. That's why i don't go with SolusVM
Can someone help ?
I done partition but it's like that
Picture link: http://s23.postimg.org/s9rcxqkuz/Scr...2_59_06_PM.png
Your partitions are fine you can go ahead installing Virtualizor.
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BTW, you will need to add an entry in /etc/fstab to mount Partition 3 on /vz
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