How to Run Two Instance of U2bviews or Vagex on Same VPS ?

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  1. prabirkumar

    prabirkumar Newbie

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    hello,Can anyone help me to run 2 u2bviews or vagex bot on the same vps ?
     
  2. Fakker

    Fakker Regular Member

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    The only way to my knowledge is having your VPS to run a Virtual Machine too, so to have 1 u2views/vagex on VPS and 1 on VM.

    I doubt however that your VPS has enough memory for a VM.
     
  3. J@bz.

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    run vagex/u2bviews as normal on your VPS....and set up a virtual machine in your VPS and install a VPN on the virtual machine...Run VPN and then run vagex/u2bveiws...maybe its possible without VPN but i think they check IP...
     
  4. prabirkumar

    prabirkumar Newbie

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    hmm Now I need VM :) Any good VM for My VPS has 2GB RAM ,99GB,xeon 2.56Ghz .
     
  5. The Interminator

    The Interminator BANNED BANNED

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    Even i need to find out where we can buy a VM. I'll try using the search function and then i'll let you know.

    Cheers :)
    TI.
     
  6. Resistance3

    Resistance3 Regular Member

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    What is the least ram intensive VM? Just wondering how much ram is lost when using a virtual machine?
     
  7. cyber.surfer

    cyber.surfer Regular Member

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    You can go for Oracle's Virtual box (free) or VMware Workstation(Paid).
     
  8. Fakker

    Fakker Regular Member

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    It normally depends on how much RAM you dedicate to it.
    This is something you can set an change later.

    The problem is that a VM should run an OS, so to avoid memory swaps and possible freezes, you would need at least 1GB.
    If your VPS is 2 GB, splitting the RAM in 2 parts of 1 GB each is very very tight.

    You can try, but be prepared to force shutdown your VM pretty often.