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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by stronger, Jan 22, 2016.

  1. stronger

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    hi , i install cpanel on my vps that working on OpenVZ virtualization, after install , i goto in whm>show current disk usage and i saw unusual partition and it show me just one drive without /usr/tmpDSK and show this text :

    "Not enough information returned from iostat output for display, this is normal on some VPS systems."

    i want see is it correct and i dont will have any problem in the future ?

    also i attached picture of show current disk usahe in whm ....
     

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  2. dalem

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    That is your partition your provider is using the ploop file system you do not have a tmp partition because you are on Openvz.
    "Not enough information returned from iostat output for display, this is normal on some VPS systems." that is also correct as you are on openVZ

    if you want a tmp partition and you want to use iostat you have to be on hardware virtualization IE: Xen KVM, etc OpenVZ is software virtualization.
     
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    Yes, as mentioned, this is normal with the type of virtualization software utilized on the hardware node. Disk space usage and quotas on your server should still function as expected.

    Thank you.
     
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