Many customers now require individual tariffs so that they can independently select the required number of cores, memory, disk. This is especially true for cloud services. - http://prntscr.com/r4595b
But, but, unfortunately, solusvm does not allow the use of custom individual settings through the implementation of Quantity as an Option Type WHMCS.
We ask you to realize this opportunity, because the option you proposed is extremely inconvenient - https://documentation.solusvm.com/display/DOCS/Resource+Chooser4 votes
It would be good to have an option to select the Volume Group before the VM creation.
At the moment, SolusVM is allowing us to create VM from only one Volume Group. Let's say, there are two HDD's available for VM creation in Xen/KVM. One is SATA and another one is SSD. If we have an option to select the Volume Group, we could create two different Volume Group from two disks.21 votes
Currently SolusVM can't assign IPv6 addresses to virtual server when created.
There is the workaround that assign IPv6 Subnets to virtual server and define 1 to the 'IPv6 Addresses' parameter in the Plan.
But the IPv6 Subnets function has the limitation that assignable IPv6 subnet range's minimum is '/112'. So customers can assign many IPv6 addresses ranged in '/112'.
So if VPS service provider want a virtual server to assign only one IPv6 address, they should assign from SolusVM Web UI manually.
I need the function to solve these issues.3 votes
Currently, customers need to ask the providers to mount an ISO. It would be useful to allow the customers to mount an ISO from an URL. Not that hard to implement, and saves a bunch of hours.27 votes
Cloud init is the standard when it comes to provisioning servers. Not only in large clouds such as AWS, others use it too in one way or another. It would be good if SolusVM would follow this standard.12 votes
Being able to execute a script on first boot will be a great addition.4 votes
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