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xithost
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I use the Kernel 2.6.32-696.18.7.el6.x86_64 is it wrong?

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wolke
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Wrong for what?

For OpenVZ it´s wrong, KVM should run fine.
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xithost
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OK, i try KVM.

On OVH its not easy to setup Virtualizor
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wolke
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why? You only need to check the "use distribution kernel" on server setup. Otherwise ovh may use their own kernel which is not usable because of missing dynamic kernel module support.
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xithost
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Thats the problem, use distribution kernel dont work
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wolke
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I had this a few times and on exact same hardware. One worked, another did not. You should contact ovh support to fix this.
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xithost
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I have, 2 days ago and waiting  :squi:
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wolke
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did you open a ticket? (That´s a major mistake with ovh  :angel:  )
always call them by phone.
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onehostcloud
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I can say that Virtualizor works on OVH as login as you do not use their kernel. They have added a selection to use Distribution Kernel which they never had up until recently.

We have 4 servers on Virtualizor with OVH and never had any issues. We use Centos 7.4
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GeekTech
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how do i fix this ?

You have booted into the wrong kernel - 4.9.87-xxxx-std-ipv6-64.Please reboot into the correct kernel.

CentOS 6.9
4.9.87-xxxx-std-ipv6-64 #1 SMP Tue Mar 13 18:41:47 CET 2018 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
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onehostcloud
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Use CentOS 7.4 and make sure you ticket the box when setting up the server that states 'Use Original Kernel" which is on the page where you can enter a hostname.
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GeekTech
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Quote From : onehostcloud March 22, 2018, 3:12 am
Use CentOS 7.4 and make sure you ticket the box when setting up the server that states 'Use Original Kernel" which is on the page where you can enter a hostname.


for KVM or OpenVZ then ?
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onehostcloud
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We use KVM on CentOS 7.4 on all our clusters so I can only advise on that and not OpenVZ.
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wolke
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You will need to use OpenVZ 7 with Centos 7.4
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