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  • Rock
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    Originally posted by Caboodle View Post
    I was just wondering - how often would you recommend performing maintenance and backing up the VPS hosting. Is once a day good enough? Or is that not even necessary?
    Performance as in updates & cleanup can be done once a month, while backups should be done either weekly or daily

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  • John
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    Originally posted by Caboodle View Post
    I was just wondering - how often would you recommend performing maintenance and backing up the VPS hosting. Is once a day good enough? Or is that not even necessary?
    Hi,

    Once a week for the overall VPS is usually sufficient and daily (depending on your needs) for the individual files and databases.

    You have to ask yourself how bad would it be if you lost 24 hours of data, 12 hours, 6 hours, 2 hours and so on.

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  • Caboodle
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    I was just wondering - how often would you recommend performing maintenance and backing up the VPS hosting. Is once a day good enough? Or is that not even necessary?

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  • Scott
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    Hi,

    Normally this happens if service vps having issues on main virtuozzo node. Do you mind providing us IP address of your vps? So that we can
    reboot service vps to fix the problem with vzpp.

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  • pthornton201
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    All the four options under the "Logs" part of the Parallels Power Panel give me the following error:

    Application Error

    The server has encountered an internal error or misconfiguration.

    Contact your support representative.

    Please report this problem to the technical support.


    Any ideas why this is?

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  • zubbuz
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    thtz great keep it up

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  • eUKShane
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    Hello

    Hey,

    You are most welcome, my friend Rocky

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  • Rock
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    Originally posted by eUKShane View Post
    Hello,

    If you are on openVZ then shutdown -r does not really reboot the VPS, it takes it down, and flags it as "to be restarted". A cron job running on the host system is then supposed to pick up that flag and restart the VPS. This is supposed to happen every 5 minutes on standard OpenVZ installations.

    reboot is performed in two stages. First, you run reboot (or init 6) inside a VPS and it gets stopped.

    Second, there is a cron job that runs every 5 minutes (by default) which sees that VPS needs to be rebooted and start it.

    You can change it to be run every minute by editing /etc/cron.d/vpsreboot (just remove /5).

    But if you are on Virtuozzo node then definitely it is recommended to reboot VPS from Virtuozzo Power Panel.
    Thank you for posting this wonderful piece of information, Seb. Really, it's rare to find such good helpful things

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  • eUKShane
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    Hello

    Hello,

    If you are on openVZ then shutdown -r does not really reboot the VPS, it takes it down, and flags it as "to be restarted". A cron job running on the host system is then supposed to pick up that flag and restart the VPS. This is supposed to happen every 5 minutes on standard OpenVZ installations.

    reboot is performed in two stages. First, you run reboot (or init 6) inside a VPS and it gets stopped.

    Second, there is a cron job that runs every 5 minutes (by default) which sees that VPS needs to be rebooted and start it.

    You can change it to be run every minute by editing /etc/cron.d/vpsreboot (just remove /5).

    But if you are on Virtuozzo node then definitely it is recommended to reboot VPS from Virtuozzo Power Panel.

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  • Josh
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    Originally posted by eUK-Alan View Post
    Virtuozzo power panel is an offline management tool provided by Parallels. You can manage your VPS with the help of Virtuozzo Power Panel [VZPP] though it is offline. You can start the vps through VZPP though it is offline and if vps is not accessible for any reason.
    Unless your vps is live and functioning you can not reboot it through the ssh
    I never found rebooting through SSH to be a good idea. Whenever I've tried 'shutdown -r now' the VM never comes back online.

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  • eUK-Alan
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    Virtuozzo power panel is an offline management tool provided by Parallels. You can manage your VPS with the help of Virtuozzo Power Panel [VZPP] though it is offline. You can start the vps through VZPP though it is offline and if vps is not accessible for any reason.
    Unless your vps is live and functioning you can not reboot it through the ssh

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  • ajbird
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    this looks interesting ... however, what is the difference between restarting from here and say rebooting in plesk or ssh?

    thanks

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  • Rock
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    Originally posted by orange2000 View Post
    Thanks, it seems to be working again now.
    Glad to know that everything is working fine now The Virtuozzo Power Panel [VZPP] which runs on the port 4643 is managed by the Service VPS, sometimes this services stops & causes such problems with the features display & can be easily sorted out by restarting the Service VPS.

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  • eukSam
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    Originally posted by orange2000 View Post
    Thanks, it seems to be working again now.


    Thats great

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  • orange2000
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    Thanks, it seems to be working again now.

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