This guide shows you how to create a VPS in Virtualizor. Its a general guide and doesn’t take into account the differences in Virtualization technologies like OpenVZ, Xen, XenServer and KVM.
To Create A Vps
Go to “Virtual Servers -> Create Vps”
NOTE: If you are creating VPS using an Windows ISO, you will need to remove the system reserved partition manually after VPS creation and then ONLY Virtualizor will be able to perform operations like Change password and enabling RDP.
Here is the link for how to remove System reserved Partition for windows VPS :
Remove system Reserved partition
Fill up all the details here and then click on “Add Virtual Server“.
- CPU Units : This is just a weight assigned to the VPS. Lets say there are two VPS with different weights. e.g. VPS 101 with 1000 and VPS 102 with 2000. Now when the physical CPU is being utilized to the fullest, the priority of CPU resources to be assigned to each VM is decided by the CPU Units. Hence of all the CPU Time / Resources available, VPS 101 will get 1/3rd = 1000 / (1000 + 2000) and VPS 102 will get 2/3rd = 2000 / (1000 + 2000) of the CPU resources.
- CPU Cores : This is rather simple to understand. The number of Virtual Cores to be assigned to the VPS.
- CPU % : Depending on the number of cores assigned, this is the maximum percentage the VPS can use of the physical core. Lets say your Physical CPU is having 4 cores. If you assign 4 cores to a VPS and set a CPU % of 400% then the VPS will be allowed to use all cores to its 100%. Note : Each CPU core represents 100% of one physical core. This behaviour may be different as per the base OS as well.