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funtoosh 09-04-2010 09:00 AM

FreeBSD and Linux VDSManager
 
We are already offering linux vps but now plan to even offer freebsd vps, but had few queries:

1) Does it supports 64 bit
2) How are freebsd security advisories handled, does vds manager auto updates it? or we have to manually update like any other freebsd system using cvsup, make world etc... ?
3) if we update manually does it breaks VDSManager or causes any other issues? because i had read you are using custom kernel
4) Does it supports freebsd 8.1 ?
5) What is the best way to install vds, we should first update freebsd to latest production release then install vdsmanager or vdsmanager will do it on it's own ?

Now few queries even about VDSManager Linux:
1) If use XEN kernel on linux with vdsmanager can we even setup FreeBSD VPS on it ?

Regards

Greed 09-08-2010 06:46 AM

1. Yes
2. We are provide all updates you needed
4. Yes. We support only this kernel at this time.
5. You should do minimal FreeBSD 8 install. And then you should start VDSmanager install from it.

1. Yes, you can. But you will be needed to build xen kernel manually.

funtoosh 09-08-2010 07:34 AM

Thanks i've started testing with the trial version, will upgrade to paid version shortly, by the way do you have any auto setup module for the whmcs billing system ?

Regards

Lorelei 09-08-2010 09:59 AM

No, we haven't

b:z 12-28-2011 01:58 PM

Do you support FreeBSD 8.2?
I tried to install VDSManager, but after booting new ispsystem kernel and run 2nd install by launching "#sh install.sh", the system can't boot properly. It always boot at FreeBSD boot menu and reboot :(

How can i solve it?
Thanks

b:z 12-29-2011 09:35 AM

i got it works on FBSD8.2
Fresh install and install VDSManager, no upgrade ports and select stable instead of beta.

;)


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