Yes I assign users /64s but want to block the whole /48 by default then unblock each /64 upon request. Yes even with the port blocked I can still telnet a ipv6 mail server.
With IPv4 I use the forward chain so I would assume it would work the same with IPv6.
Sorry for the delay in replying...
So I block port 25 by default on my node(s) and when in doing so for IPv6 (I issue /64 for each VPS) I can still telnet my mail server even when it is supposedly closed on the node. granted I don't think most spammers will be using IPv6 right now but I always try to plan ahead, plus I wrote a...
I use Proxmox in my home environment and love it (though I personally feel its aimed towards the "private VPS" type setups). I haven't ever had the equipment to setup HA with it though but I've been looking into it just to play with it.
Well that didn't show anything that looked bad highest percent was 2.5
AnonHugePages: 15190016 kB
Hugepagesize: 2048 kB
That makes me feel better, just confusing since the panel shows 76%...
So I guess another question I should raise, when you set the max useable ram for a node does it take the caching into account or will it freak out (by that I mean will it consider the node full) when the caching + used space reaches that level?
-/+ buffers/cache: 54898 17598
And I realize that "unused ram is wasted ram" but what I dont understand is this started about 2 weeks ago and it took about a week to get down where it is now and now it seems to be using about 1% more each day even when changes arn't happening.
So I have noticed over the past few days that the RAM usage on my hypervisor has slowly gone up its gotten to the point I'm concerned.
total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 72496 72169 326 1 5753 11578
I was first with LiquidWeb (for VPS) as I had a dedi with them and wasn't able to afford it any more so I downgraded I still had that VPS up until 2013 when I quadrupled the amount of VPSs I had and was still paying the same amount.
Couldn't agree more on the purchasing the followers. Doing that reminds me of the purchasing clicks to try to get a higher google ranking, but hey Only $10 for 1000 followers or if it ever goes like google did with JCPenny end up screwing you over...
I've had projects that were more widely known and less of a niche market its fairly easy to get Likes, Follows, etc... I'm wondering what is the best way to get the aforementioned for something that is more niche like VPS hosting? I get the whole having customers connect on social media but if...