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Roberto99
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Hello, I've got a problem. I've 2 servers installed Virtualizor (One is master, another slave).

When I want to create the VPS in the slave server, it works correctly.
But, when the VPS is going to start, it says, 'There was an error while starting'

And in the VPS Virtualizor log says

Start - error: Failed to create domain from /etc/libvirt/qemu/v1010.xml
error: Unable to read from '/sys/fs/cgroup/cpu/machine/v1010.libvirt-qemu/vcpu0/cpu.cfs_period_us': No such file or directory


What is this error? I don't understand, because this VPS is in another dedicated server!

How can I solve this problem? I use KVM for virtualize VPS.

Thank you very much.
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Problem starting slave VPS
asim_shaikh
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Start - error: Failed to create domain from /etc/libvirt/qemu/v1010.xml

error: Unable to read from '/sys/fs/cgroup/cpu/machine/v1010.libvirt-qemu/vcpu0/cpu.cfs_period_us': No such file or directory


Hi,

Is your server booted in default OVH kernel ?
If yes then please change CPU % to 0 (zero) for that VPS by editing the VPS in Virtualizor panel and create/start the VPS.



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Problem starting slave VPS
ajmeireles2018
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Quote From : asim_shaikh July 19, 2016, 6:15 am
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Start - error: Failed to create domain from /etc/libvirt/qemu/v1010.xml

error: Unable to read from '/sys/fs/cgroup/cpu/machine/v1010.libvirt-qemu/vcpu0/cpu.cfs_period_us': No such file or directory


Hi,

Is your server booted in default OVH kernel ?
If yes then please change CPU % to 0 (zero) for that VPS by editing the VPS in Virtualizor panel and create/start the VPS.



So who use OVH can't limit the VPS % CPU?

I've the same problem!
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