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You have a dedicated server with OVH. By default these boot an OVH-provided kernel from the network, not the kernel installed on your server. You need to change the configuration of your server, in your OVH account management web pages, to boot from the hard drive.


Worked out the answer, to add you can check the free space of drives with sudo df -lh. So it's easy enough to find folders you've created on the / and place them in /data (or somewhere else). Example: Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/mapper/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx-lv_root 50G 50G 0 100% / tmpfs ...


By leased server I presume you mean a dedicated server. It's rather odd for a dedicated server provider to block port 110. Some may block outgoing traffic to port 25 to avoid getting their IP ranges blacklisted for spam but blocking port 110 doesn't make much sense to me. If you are referring to incoming traffic I am not aware of any provider that blocks ...

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