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With the SSD range, you are going to be able to host every type of application: websites, data bases, without compromising performance and for just a few euros per month. For you production needs, with the Cloud range, you’re going to benefit from high availability and constant performance thanks to these latest technological advancements. All of this comes with a higher level SLA. To complete these ranges, we offer you different options. Like for example, Plesk and cPanel licenses, additional, delocalized IPs, and even automatic backups. Backups are totally managed by OVH, and performed daily with the possibility, in case of a failure, to recover all of your data. To be closer to your visitors, VPS are offered in each geographical zone that OVH is present: in North America, Western Europe and also Central Europe. Of course, VPS delivery is almost immediate.
Bitoss Cloud – Reset VM To Init State
The Remote Console tool brings up the VM console. It is an experimental feature for emergency use. As you can see, the current VM uses a 64 bit OS, indicated by the x86_64 label. We are going to login to the VM console. We will now create a text file in this VM. The text file will be removed upon resetting the VM OS. This is because the entire system disk will be replaced, and thus all user data on the system disk will be removed. We will now go back to the control panel. The dialog here reminds you to use ssh/RDP for regular access. Click the Reset icon to reset the OS. Select the OS template you would like to use. Make sure you understand that the system data will be removed. The reset will take a while, usually within 1 hour. We will skip the waiting and check the result directly. You will receive a email when the reset is finished. We will use the Remote Console again to check the VM. As you can see from the console, the VM has been rebooted. The OS has changed to 32 bit, as indicated by the i686 text label. We login to the VM again to check the text file we created before. It is gone, as expected.