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Staxweb
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This is the first time I've had a server with 2x SSD and 2x HDD, I have configured 2 raid arrays, and setup my partions as follows...with the hope that I will be able to install virtualizor on the SSD partition and then be able to add the HDD partition once it's installed so that I can create VPS's specific to each partition.

(create game server VPSs on the SSD partition and web server/etc on the HDD partition).  Is this something that may be possible?

Here is how I setup my partitions:

[root@ns236842 ~]# df
Filesystem      1K-blocks          Used          Available      Use%    Mounted on
/dev/md1        24754428        760564    22736400      4%      /
tmpfs              32970124        0              32970124      0%      /dev/shm
/dev/md0        495780            24406      445778          6%      /boot
/dev/md3        205346424      191756    194723648    1%      /vz (SSD RAID1)
/dev/md4        1790618840    200636    1699459980  1%      /vz2 (HDD RAID1)
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MilesWeb
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Do you mean the VPS'es when created should be on /vz2 whereas the installation of OpenVZ on /vz ?


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Staxweb
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No, i mean I would like to be able to select which partition I was the VPS on when I'm creating the vps.

So I can create one vps on /vz, and another on /vz2 if I'd like.
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VpsGOD : Your Hosting needs
I too looking the same

Any solution ??

while using raid 0 in 2 HDD it will be more useful

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Staxweb
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Quote From : suraj4u April 28, 2014, 5:28 am
I too looking the same

Any solution ??

while using raid 0 in 2 HDD it will be more useful


Sadly no, no one ever responded...even though I thought this was the pre-sales forum...
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VpsGOD : Your Hosting needs
Better we open a support ticket if none answer

I need a solution for 2xHDD KVM

Below is the vg in sda,sdb
      PV        VG  Fmt  Attr PSize  PFree
  /dev/sda2  vg  lvm2 a--  465.50g 378.56g
  /dev/sdb  vg1  lvm2 a--  465.76g 195.68g

In virtualizor the volume group was set to "vg1". If their is no option to add another volumegroup i may wasting the HD resource

Team if its not included in current release then try to include in upcoming




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Staxweb
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I just opened a ticket and got a reply, it is not currently possible.  Going to mention possibly adding it in via the ticket.
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VpsGOD : Your Hosting needs
thanks buddy  for updating the info

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Staxweb
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We are adding this option in the future release for kvm and xen .

Sir, we are working on LVM based technologies i.e KVM and XEN. For OpenVZ as of now we dont have any road-map.

We will keep you updated regarding this and let us know if you need any further information.


This is their replies in my ticket.  They are working on adding this option for KVM/XEN but not OpenVZ.  Still trying to see if they have an ETA.

I prefer OpenVZ...but maybe I can switch to KVM or XEN, though support for OpenVZ as well would be much prefered.
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