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rzdhosting
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Hello,

Im starting to lose my cool, with your support team ticket [#608363]

KVM Resue not working on any vps, and disk usage not right.

Provided server details yet still no reply.

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kaushal
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Hi,

Sorry for delay, We've replied your ticket.

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Kaushal Vora
Virtualizor Team.
http://virtualizor.com/
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KVM rescue
rzdhosting
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Hello,

You replied it's still not sorted fix it please
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rzdhosting
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Hi,

Sorry for all the previous replies as we didn't understand the issue earlier properly.
We were assuming some other issue and due to that we asked for details.
But as we checked in deep we found that there is no issue in the server and virtualizor.

On File based storage the allocation happens when VPS starts consuming the storage.

The Dashboard provides real time available storage space on the server.

I Hope it clears all your doubts.

Please let us know if you need any further information.

What don't you understand resuce mode does not work on any KVM VPS!
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jevingala
Group: Virtualizor Team
Post Group: Elite Member
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Hi,
Updating nameservers on your Virtualizor server helped in downloading rescue image and it eventually fixed the issue.


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KVM rescue
rzdhosting
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Ticket #851225

Now we have a VNC issue!
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