Available Resources On a Private VPS Parent
- What Is A Private VPS Parent?
- How To Create a Private VPS Parent
- Available Resources On a Private VPS Parent
- How To Create a Child Instances On Private VPS Parent
To view the available resources on any Private VPS Parent that you've allocated, start by clicking on the + symbol next to the specific Server Name .
Then, click on Dashboard .
You’ll now be looking at the Dashboard for your Private VPS Parent parent. Note the Parent Resources and the Child Instances .
In some cases it’s prudent to split your Private VPS Parent parent into child instances of equal size. A good rule of thumb is to base the size of the child instances on how many Cores are available. For example, the Storm Private Cloud parent in the above tutorial has 12 cores, as listed in the Dashboard. Thus, a child instance size of 1 core, 2 cores, 3 cores, 4 cores, or 6 cores would work.
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