CentOS 7 Plesk x64 OpenVZ / Virtuozzo Template
Plesk is a leading web host control panel combined with a graphical user interface which allows the sale of Web Hosting and Reseller Hosting packages to end users. This CentOS 7 template is preinstalled with Plesk and packaged into an OpenVZ template or Virtuozzo template using x64 architecture. Plesk is licensed software and a license is required to use the software. A 14-day license is included for new installs.
- Additional information
- Install Instructions
- Finding Your Kernel Version
Version 2, Version 3
Installation of our templates is quick and simple when using SolusVM. Upload your template to the /vz/templates/cache folder on your Master node. If you would like a download link so you can download the template directly to your master please contact our support team. For version 3 templates ensure you upload both the .tar.gz and .lz4 files.
Then Add the new template in SolusVM under “Media > Add OpenVZ Template” Fill out the form and select the .tar.gz file you just loaded to /vz/templates/cache folder.
Ensure you pick the correct arch (i386/x32) (x86_64)/x64) for your template version and then save the form. Remember to sync the new template to any slaves you might be running/ You can now create new VPS servers with your new template.
Depending on your current Kernel version will depend on which version of the software you need to purchase. Virtuozzo 7 nodes use Version 3 Kernel and run on CentOS 7 whilst the old OpenVZ nodes used CentOS 6 and Version 2 Kernel. To check which version you have just run “uname -a” in a console as the root user. Your Kernel version will start 2 (2.6.32-042stab126.1) or 3 (3.10.0-862.20.2.vz7.73.29). Version 3 Kernels also include “vz7”