Can Anyone help How to portion the VPS from Dedicated Server
#1
Hello everyone. I ordered one dedicated server recent days. But I don't know how to portion vps. Can anyone guide? or do you have tutor video?
#2
First, you need at least 8 IPs (6 usable)
Second, decide which virtualization software to use (KVM or OpenVZ).
Third, a control panel to manage VPSs.

Install and configure KVM on CentOS (youtube)
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#3
my first question would be why would you buy a dedi without even knowing the basics of the very things you wanna do on it? why not try on your own computer?

second, whats wrong with google on your side? is it not working there Tongueout
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#4
(2015-10-16, 9:04:12 pm)rudra Wrote: my first question would be why would you buy a dedi without even knowing the basics of the very things you wanna do on it? why not try on your own computer?

I wonder if he is really buying that dedi since that is not cheap anyway.
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#5
You can use SolusVM ( http://solusvm.com/ ) as you are new to this.

Just install this and you'll be able to cut your big machine into small VPS(s).

If you need any help regard this, PM me or feel free to create another thread for being helped.
Warm Regards,
Chuckie

#6
The best way is indeed OpenVZ as it simply is the easiest way to go about it if you do not have any experience whatsoever in virtualization. Bare in mind that it might not be easy without a web panel, I recommend you to do what Chuckie said which is to install SolusVM using their free trial to see if it all works out. You will need additional IP addresses unless you only want to use one as the public facing one which will need a more advanced configuration where you NAT all the "portions", here defined as VPS: Virtual Private Server to use only one IP but different ports for each of them. There will be limitations in this virtualization such as only being able to run certain Linux OS supported by the OpenVZ kernel and it will still need additional configuration despite SolusVM automating a big chunk of the process.
#7
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