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1 OpenVPN VPS - Getting Started Guide Featured

Overview Welcome to your new OpenVPN VPS, VIP! We’re happy to have you aboard! Your new VPS with OpenVPN will enable you to travel the world wide web through private tunnels and create connections to other servers, VPS’ and services ensuring security,…

2 Changing Passwords on a Linux VPS

Server Backups myhosting.com performs regular backups of all Virtual servers for our own disaster recovery purposes. Backups for Windows Virtuozzo Virtual Server If you manage your Virtual Server through the control panel at https://manage.myhosting.com you…

3 Dcachesize

Dcachesize In a Virtuozzo environment, dacachesize is a container parameter that represents the total size of inode and dentry structures locked in memory. An inode is a data structure that stores metadata or in other words information about files. A dentry…

4 Inode

Inode An inode (index node) is a data structure found in Linux file systems, consisting of information about file system objects. Examples of file system objects can be files, device nodes, sockets and pipes. In order for a file system to function, it requires…

5 Kernel

Kernel In Linux, the kernel is a computer program that manages input/output requests from software and translates them into machine language instructions for the CPU and other devices. Additionally, the kernel also manages all user-level processes, dividing…

6 Manually creating OpenVPN Users from the Command Line

By default, your myhosting.com OpenVPN VPS will allow you to connect with any user you create on your VPS (at least until you secure it using the steps described above). This tutorial will go over both requirements. Log into your VPS as the “root” user…

7 Swap Space

Swap Space Linux divides its memory into chunks called pages. The process of copying a page of memory onto a hard disk is called swapping. This is typically on its own partition called swap space. The benefits of swapping memory pages to disk, is that the…

8 UBC primary parameters

UBC Primary parametersnumproc This is the maximum number of processes and kernel-level threads allowed for a specific container Many applications such as Apache, FTP and mail servers spawn a process to handle each client, so the limit on the number of processes…