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fcbinfo
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Hi there, ill try to ask for this questions without too much text.

1) KVM RAW file storage, still not supported for backups and templates?

2) Is secure to use ubuntu 14.04 or 16.04 to go for KVM or you think its better to go for "your" preferred OS? (CentOS 7?)

3) Is possible to use external storage for ISOs and Templates? Instead of use the main partition as 80GB, when I'm going to use external storage for templates and ISOs, how much space you think is good for it?

4) After installation, can i move the "master license server" (Control panel) to a VM inside the KVM server? (I know this is very customized, but I prefer this way because i can move it to other servers if I need).

Thank you for your time and LETs GO FOR VIRTUALIZOR!
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I'll try it, but some questions!
suyash
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Hi,

1) Sorry but file based VPS backups are still not supported on KVM.

2) If you're going to use LVM storage then any of them will be fine. If file based storage then its better to avoid Ubuntu 16.04 as sometimes there are some issues with the supermin utility which is used by libguestfs.

3) We simply store the ISOs and and templates inside the /var/virtualizor directory. But where that directory is mounted on the server is up to you. You can mount it on an LV so that it's possible to grow its size later on as the usage increases. Also, if you're going to change its mount point on an existing Virtualizor installation then you'll have to mirror its contents to the new location first.

4) You'll have to purchase a master only license for the VPS and then install Virtualizor inside it. After that, if your current cluster consists of only 1 master server and no slave then you'll simply need to add the current master as a slave to the new master. Otherwise, if there are existing slave servers in your current cluster then you'll need to follow our guide for migrating the master server:
https://www.virtualizor.com/wiki/Migrate_Master
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I'll try it, but some questions!
fcbinfo
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Thank you for the replies.

Just to know, the "main" preferred OS, most supported is CentOS 7?

Thank you!
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I'll try it, but some questions!
chirag
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Hi,
Sir you can use Ubuntu 16.04 as well. 
Virtualizor works fine on Ubuntu.
Let us know for further information.


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Chirag Nagda
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