|2017-03-11 22:23:00 - Report from Cluster-Upgrades between 01.03.2017 and 11.03.2017 completed successfully|
|Report from Cluster-Upgrades between 01.03.2017 and 11.03.2017 completed successfully
we have successfully upgraded our complete cluster infrastructure. The upgrade included full upgrade of all nodes from Debian 7 Wheezy to Debian 8 Jessie. We also did move to Linux Kernel 4.4 to improve network troughput. All services have been migrated to systemd, and the cluster stack has also been upgraded to corosync2.
We upgraded to qemu 2.6.2 and libvirt 2.4 to provide more features like snapshotting in the future.
The upgrade took 11 days to complete.
|25.01.2016 - better usability and more functions|
|We have heavily reworked our backend and frontend to give some new features to you:|
- kvm online resize
You can resize a server via the webinterface. HDD upgrade is possible in realtime! CPU and Memory upgrades require a restart.
- option to reset vnc password was implemented in the bootmenu
- set own label for a server
- dumped userlike.de external chatsoftware, created own livechat with jsxc.org
- added option to easily create a new server
- added single sign on with google or facebook
|2013-11-23 - KVM-VServer: Performance Screenshot W2K8 Guest|
|We updated our Cluster to the latest ceph stable version 0.72.1. This upgrade improves further more performance: |
Benchmark with 1MB blocksize, unlimited Disk-IO and 4 Cores, 4 GB RAM, normal KVM VServer have Disk-IO Limit at 50MB/s read, 30MB/s write.
|2013-11-09 - KVM-VServer: ceph upgrade|
|We updated our Cluster to the latest ceph stable version 0.67.4. This upgrade improves performance and stability of our disk subsystem.
|2013-04-16 - KVM-VServer: QEMU and libvirt upgrade|
|We updated our Cluster to the latest qemu version 1.4.1 and libvirt 1.0.4.
Please stop and start your KVM VServer in the near future, so the changes can take effect.