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Staxweb
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Hello,

In order to insure some redundancy for my Control Panel, I would like to install Virtualizor on a KVM VPS, to use only as a "Master Only" type setup.  No actual VMs will be created on this install.

The requirements for Virtualizor say a minimum of 2Gb of ram...is this necessary if I only intend to use it as a Control Panel and not to host any VMs with this install?  (I will be using it to create the VMs on other servers)
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Staxweb
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I was thinking about using a 512Mb RAM, 50Gb SSD, 1IP, KVM VPS to use for this "Master Only" install.  Would that be sufficient?
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manekari
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Hello,

Yes sir, you can install Virtualizor with OpenVZ on a KVM VPS and use it as a master server for all the slaves.

Please let us know if you need any further information.


Regards,
Virtualizor Team.
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Staxweb
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Quote From : manekari June 4, 2014, 4:26 am
Hello,

Yes sir, you can install Virtualizor with OpenVZ on a KVM VPS and use it as a master server for all the slaves.

Please let us know if you need any further information.


Regards,
Virtualizor Team.


My question was not if I could do it or not, I already know that I can.  My question was about the minimum resources that would be required in order to do so.
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manekari
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Hello,

yes, sir, you can install and run Master server on the above configuration.

Please let us know if you need any further information.

Regards,
Virtualizor team.
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