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  • Virtuozzo FQDN

    Hi all,

    I think the usual form of an FQDN is
    nickname of the server / host + domain
    for example
    server name mercury + domain example.com = FQDN mercury.example.com


    It seems that Virtuozzo uses a different format for the FQDN = vps-1099999-9999.manage.myhosting.com

    I can see in my control panel (attached) that I can change the hostname but the alternative format seems to be not mercury.example.com but just example.com

    Have I got that right and if so is there a way to get the format mercury.example.com?

    Thanks...

  • #2
    Hi Juc,

    When you click the "Change Hostname" button in onCloud, you should have two options available to choose from. The first ("Set domain name as hostname for VPS") will only allow a domain you've added into onCloud without any option for subdomain value. The second however ("Set VPS hostname in domain") allows you to specify a subdomain of any domain already created in your onCloud panel with us.

    The second won't work if you've already created the subdomain you wish to use in onCloud however, but you would then find it in the first section i believe.

    Hope that helps!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by jeremya View Post
      Hi Juc,

      When you click the "Change Hostname" button in onCloud, you should have two options available to choose from. The first ("Set domain name as hostname for VPS") will only allow a domain you've added into onCloud without any option for subdomain value. The second however ("Set VPS hostname in domain") allows you to specify a subdomain of any domain already created in your onCloud panel with us.

      The second won't work if you've already created the subdomain you wish to use in onCloud however, but you would then find it in the first section i believe.

      Hope that helps!
      OK the second option is what I was looking for.

      Thanks

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