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VirtualComplete - new openvz panel [message #36331] Wed, 10 June 2009 20:33 Go to next message
devonblzx is currently offline  devonblzx
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Registered: December 2006
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VirtualComplete is a new commercial OpenVZ panel.

It offers tons of excellent features for providing virtual servers such as a built-in support system and a secure hosted environment.

Visit for information and screenshots. We will offer free licensing to open-source developers (with proof).

Expected Release Date: Friday, June 12th.

Features include:

Multiple VPS Management
Remote reboot
Reinstall OS
Multi-Linux profiles (boot multiple distributions under one VPS)
High Availability Cluster (setup a grid for high-uptime services)
Root Password Control
Server Statistics & Graphs
Backup & Restore (Automated backups under Advanced)
SSH Access and Virtual Console when SSH is down
File Manager
VPSGuard Security (Install/Configure Firewall & BFD)
View Running Processes and Network Connections
Install/Update Software
View System Logs
Enable Devices (VPN/NFS)
Disk Tracker (track disk hogging files)
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Re: VirtualComplete - new openvz panel [message #36741 is a reply to message #36331] Tue, 14 July 2009 14:38 Go to previous message
irontowngeek is currently offline  irontowngeek
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Registered: January 2009
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Your panel seems interesting enough.
I posted a remark on the topic of "web interfaces",as I worked on one of my own,similar to this.
My web interface,was actually an off-shoot of an intuitive menu-driven script that I wrote,for the console.(it was primarily written specifically for a VE based on REDHAT distributions)
Interesting enough,to use it to setup a VE,based on other LINUX distributions,I had to inject some code that would determine the type of OS template cache used,to be able to configure a valid static network setup.(i.e using VETH adapter interfaces for DEBIAN or SUSE VE containers)
I'm curious as to how this particular software,distinguishes this requirement,from the possible variants,of OS template caches?
Personally,I gave up on the web-interface,as my terminal script,was far more superior,as in administration time.
Monitoring was simple enough for a VE,using DSTAT output to a "dat" file,and imported to LABPLOT,for analyse.
Dabbling with Clustering,was taken care of by the LUCI interface,which will soon be implimented to PERCEUS.
(my goal is to create an OpenVZ Node operating system,based on CAOS)

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