From: Alexander Suvorov (say_at_psoft.net)
Date: Tue 06 Apr 2004 - 09:02:19 BST
On Friday 02 April 2004 22:05, Jordan Michaels wrote:
> >Let us to announce some new features in FreeVPS 1.3:
> >1. CPU Limit - allow to set up the upper limit of CPU usage inside VPS
> >2. CPU QoS - allow to set up the lower limit of CPU resource available
> > inside VPS
> >3. Restore RSS memory accounting
> >4. DiskQuota speed optimization - separating dquota hash per each context
> >5. init emulation - add teinit, reboot, halt tools
> Hello Alexander and the rest of the list. =)
> First of all I just want to say that I think what you're doing here is
> great. FreeVPS is the easiest VPS system to install that I've come
> across. Thank you for all your hard work. It's looking great!
Thanks a lot for your pleasure words.
> If you could answer a couple questions for me, I'd really appreciate it.
> First, I have installed version 1.1 of FreeVPS, however, I can find
> little or no documentation as to how to actually create VPS servers
> within that system other then by using the H-Sphere software. Is it
> possible to create Virtual Private servers simply by using the
> command-line tools?
You could use "vserver" script from freevps-tools for build new vps server:
vserver <vps-name> build <vps-number>
> Second, I don't understand how you're versioning system works. Is
> FreeVPS 1.3 ready for production? What about version 1.2?
Let me explain: version 1.2 has already released but version 1.3 is in
beta-state now, we announce future features of 1.3 for information purpose
> As of just a
> couple days ago, most of us looking at FreeVPS were unable to even find
> the kernel rpms that were discussed in the installation documentation on
> the freevps.com web site.
It was some period when we hide all rpms based on rh kernel 2.4.18 because we
found heavy critical bug in original kernel code. So FreeVPS 1.2 imediately
migrated to kernel 2.4.21 and now full pack of FreeVPS 1.2 rpms is available
> If these versions aren't actually ready for production, then when will a
> production-ready version be available?
All of our _release_ versions are production-ready. We release new versions
only after full test cycle.
FreeVPS 1.2 is a production-ready release.
>Will the web site be updated to match what files are actually available to
Our web site has been already updated.
For binary rpms see:
If you want source rpm you could download this URL:
> Once again, I'm not trying to criticize, I'm just a little confused as
> to how things work. Thank you again for all you do. It's really
By the way early we have updated all on-line documentation in according to
-- Alexander Suvorov say_at_psoft.od.ua Positive Software http://www.psoft.net
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