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    Anyone use SolusVM?

    Right now I'm using FluidVM, and I have to restart it at least once a day because it starts having some random error. There's also a couple things that just don't work, and the UI in a lot of places is terribly unwieldy, like the adding User to VPS interface...

    So I've been looking at other options, and SolusVM seems like a good one. It's about as cheap as FluidVM, appears to have support on hand via tickets (something I wish FluidVM had), and looks much prettier. I think my customers would like it.

    Does anyone have experience, reviews, recommendations, etc?

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    What kind of error is FluidVM returning?


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    Quote Originally Posted by brimir1 View Post
    Right now I'm using FluidVM, and I have to restart it at least once a day because it starts having some random error. There's also a couple things that just don't work, and the UI in a lot of places is terribly unwieldy, like the adding User to VPS interface...

    So I've been looking at other options, and SolusVM seems like a good one. It's about as cheap as FluidVM, appears to have support on hand via tickets (something I wish FluidVM had), and looks much prettier. I think my customers would like it.

    Does anyone have experience, reviews, recommendations, etc?
    I used it once or twice, I didn't really like it to be honest. It looks amazing, but I felt that there were some errors that could be fixed(IP issues, can't reboot vps's sometimes even though I could do it via vzctl fine, etc). Nevertheless, those could of been fixed and I haven't used it in months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brimir1 View Post
    Right now I'm using FluidVM, and I have to restart it at least once a day because it starts having some random error. There's also a couple things that just don't work, and the UI in a lot of places is terribly unwieldy, like the adding User to VPS interface...

    So I've been looking at other options, and SolusVM seems like a good one. It's about as cheap as FluidVM, appears to have support on hand via tickets (something I wish FluidVM had), and looks much prettier. I think my customers would like it.

    Does anyone have experience, reviews, recommendations, etc?
    I've been using SolusVM for a bit ... it's not too bad but better than HyperVM imho. Once it's been out for a bit longer I am sure it will get polished up and be one of the better panels out there.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Wall View Post
    I used it once or twice, I didn't really like it to be honest. It looks amazing, but I felt that there were some errors that could be fixed(IP issues, can't reboot vps's sometimes even though I could do it via vzctl fine, etc). Nevertheless, those could of been fixed and I haven't used it in months.
    Are you talking about SolusVM or FluidVM
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeDVB View Post
    I've been using SolusVM for a bit ... it's not too bad but better than HyperVM imho. Once it's been out for a bit longer I am sure it will get polished up and be one of the better panels out there.


    Are you talking about SolusVM or FluidVM
    I've used FluidVM before, that was complete garbage imo.


    To answer your question, on that post I was talking about SolusVM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Wall View Post
    I've used FluidVM before, that was complete garbage imo.


    To answer your question, on that post I was talking about SolusVM.
    I was wondering because I've not seen any of those issues so perhaps they have been fixed. Did you bring them to the attention of the developers?
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    I'm looking forward to SolusVM's release for Xen support

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    Just remember cheap isn't always better!
    Looks like a few people are using SolusVM these days, we decided to move to vePortal and love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hertzwebsolutions View Post
    Been using SolusVM since their first public release, couldn't be happier.
    +1

    Same.

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    hi all,

    i'm secure my server with solusvm now. It looking good than hypervm.

    Now i'm working on to transfer all my hyperVM vps to SolusVM.

    After 3 days of use their service, i have no problem at all.

    It very easy to use, and can linking with whmcs easyly.
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    i've seen solusvm in action for couple of months, so far it seems solid.

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    Yep, I have been using the client side and so far happy with it. Looking forward to more usable features comparable to HyperVM.

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    We've been using SolusVM for about two months, zero problems. They update the software frequently and provide decent support. While it's not as feature rich as a few of the panels out there, it works. I'd rather have a few less features and have it be solid then have a bunch of features promised that don't work.

    We're also waiting patiently for xen support, once that happens we can complete our migration.

    You won't be unhappy using SolusVM.
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