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 Virtualizor, Installing with existing vps (7 Replies, Read 9784 times)
arjanvr
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Is it possible to install on a dedicated server but leave the current VPS that is on it intact and just add the functions to it?
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tekoa
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I have the same question. 

I currently have a Dedicated Server running Centos 6.6 with the OpenVZ Linux 2.6.32-042stab094.7 x86_64
kernel with a few OpenVZ containers that I manage using OpenVZ Web Panel.

I'd like to switch to Virtualizor.  Can I safely install Virtualizor on that same Dedicated Server to manage the existing OpenVZ containers?

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asim_shaikh
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Yes, it is possible to install virtualizor on a dedicated server without effecting the current VPS on it if your using OpenVZ. Also if you are using Xen or KVM we can guide you manually to migrate your VPS without effecting its functionality.

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tekoa
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Thanks.  Installation and importing the OpenVZ containers worked fine for me.
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arjanvr
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I believe I have Xen seeing how i use XenCenter to create the VPS. Is it automaticly Xen then or how can i check. If so, how would i go about installing and importing without losing data?
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alons
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Quote From : arjanvr January 2, 2015, 7:23 am
I believe I have Xen seeing how i use XenCenter to create the VPS. Is it automaticly Xen then or how can i check. If so, how would i go about installing and importing without losing data?


You have XenServer and not Xen. We currently dont have an importer for that. But if you have created your VMs based on LVM, we can help you import it.

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gldc
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I've the same question here, but running vps on ‘native‘ Linux qemu kvm. Is it possible to install virtualizor on this machine without compromise instability of this vps?
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gldc
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Quote From : gldc June 16, 2015, 12:23 am
I've the same question here, but running vps on ‘native‘ Linux qemu kvm. Is it possible to install virtualizor on this machine without compromise instability of this vps?


I mins stability...
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