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You're using an OpenVZ-based VPS, and on this VPS your root filesystem isn't really a filesystem, but a directory on the host. That directory on the host has run out of disk space. This is a strong sign that your provider has significantly overcommitted resources and isn't monitoring them well, or at all. The replacement for simfs, known as ploop, is more ...
RAM and SSD are orders of magnitude different in speed. I would suggest getting more RAM. If you need to swap, that's fine, but you KNOW that the best long-term solution is more RAM.
Setting aside the fact that you can't connect to your Azure database from the application on your VPS, do you think this will actually improve performance? You haven't specified who your VPS provider is, but it sounds like they will be in completely different datacenters. Who knows, they could even be in completely different continents! The latency you ...
If you want to connect remotely to an Azure database, you have to follow these guidelines: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/azure/ee336282.aspx. That said, I agree with john: if your application is slow, having it connect to a remote database hosted on a different hosting provider than your VPS (in this case, Azure) is very likely to reduce ...
Please note that OVH now offers images supporting Docker for this VPS service: http://www.ovh.co.uk/vps/operating-system.xml#Dev You can install the following distributions on your VPS: * Ubuntu Docker (Ubuntu 14.04) * Ubuntu Docker (Ubuntu 15.04) You will have to reinstall your VPS though, and I don't know which version of Docker they support.
The only thing you are missing is to quiesce the guest filesystem before taking the snapshot, to ensure that it is consistent. This can be done with virsh domfsfreeze if you are using libvirtd. For example, the order of operations is: # Freeze guest filesystems virsh domfsfreeze $VM_NAME # Create snapshot qemu-img create -f qcow2 -b $VM_NAME.qcow2 ...
Whether it is OK to host both staging and production on the same VPS is entirely up to yourself. There's certainly no laws prohibiting it, but depending on your situation there may be very good reasons for not doing it. From what you are saying, I am assuming that you will be hosting many different websites on your production setup. In my own experience, ...
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Currently your email is going to mx0.123-reg.co.uk and mx1.123-reg.co.uk as indicated by the MX records in your DNS zone. If you want your email to go to the host named mail.yourdomain.com (as represented by the A record in your DNS zone) then you need to change the MX record(s) to reflect that. The MX record is used to designate the host or hosts that ...
Debian comes with this small package for detecting virtualisation type: $ sudo apt-get install virt-what $ virt-what and little bigger because of Perl dependencies: $ sudo apt-get install imvirt $ imvirt
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