OpenVZ Print

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OpenVZ commands

 

1] To Start the VPS.

[root@server ~]# vzctl start 101

 

2] To Stop the VPS.

[root@server ~]# vzctl stop 101

 

3] To stop the VPS quickly and forcefully.

[root@server ~]# vzctl stop 101 –fast

 

4] To restart the VPS.

[root@server ~]# vzctl restart 101

 

5] To destroy VPS.

[root@server ~]# vzctl destroy 101 (good idea to stop it first)

 

6] To enter into VPS.

[root@server ~]# vzctl enter 101

 

7] To logout from VPS.

[root@101 ~]# exit

 

8] To display the list of active VPS's.

[root@server ~]# vzlist

 

9] To display the list of all VPS.

[root@server ~]# vzlist -a

 

10] To check the status of a VPS.

[root@server ~]# vzctl status 101

 

11] To show resource usage on VPS.

[root@server ~]# vzcalc -v 101

 

12] Execute commands against the VPS.

[root@server ~]# vzctl exec 101 df -h

 

13] To set the Hostname of a VPS.

[root@server ~]# vzctl set 101 --hostname server.linuxhome.in --save

 

14] To set new IP to the VPS.

[root@server ~]# vzctl set 101 --ipadd 192.168.1.1 --save

 

15] To remove IP of VPS.

[root@server ~]# vzctl set 101 --ipdel 192.168.1.1 --save

 

16] To set the nameserver for VPS.

[root@server ~]# vzctl set 101 --nameserver 192.168.1.254 --save

 

17] To set root password of VPS.

[root@server ~]# vzctl set 101 --userpasswd root:test

18] To set boot status.

[root@server ~]# vzctl set 101 --onboot yes --save

 

19] To check CPU Power and Utilization.

[root@server ~]# vzcpucheck -v

 

20] To set the number of CPUs available to a VPS.

[root@server ~]# vzctl set 101 --cpus 2 --save

 

21] To set the minimum and maximum CPU limits.

[root@server ~]# vzctl set 101 --cpuunits 1500 --cpulimit 4 --save

 

22] To check Container's Resources Usage.

[root@server ~]# vzcalc -v 101

 

23] To set quota & hardisk space.

[root@server ~]# vzctl set 101 --diskspace 10G:11G --save

 

24] To check the disk quota of a VPS.

[root@server ~]# vzquota stat 101 -t

 

25] To check memory consumption.

[root@server ~]# vzmemcheck -v

 

26] To assign disk inodes.

[root@server ~]# vzctl set 101 --diskinodes 90000:91000 --save

 

27] To run yum update on VPS.

[root@server ~]# vzyum 101 -y update

 

28] To install package using yum on VPS.

[root@server ~]# vzyum 101 -y install vsftpd*

 

29] To install package using rpm on VPS.

[root@server ~]# vzrpm 101 -Uvh vsftpd*

 

30] To find out the templates installed on your system.

[root@server ~]# vzpkgls


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