Segregate Virtual Server

If required, you can instruct OnApp to make sure a VS is never booted on the same Compute resource as another specific VS. This may be important if, for example, you have two name servers or a load balanced web server, and you need to keep VSs on separate physical servers. You can also remove segregation if required.

  • Virtual servers can only be segregated from other VSs built by its owner.
  • Virtual servers can only be segregated from VSs within the same compute zone.
  • Virtual servers cannot be segregated from VSs running on the same compute resource.
  • The segregated VS is not automatically migrated to another compute resource.

To isolate one VS from another:

  1. Go to your Control Panel's Virtual Servers menu.
  2. Click the label of the virtual server you want to segregate.
  3. On the screen that appears, click the Tools button, then click Segregate Virtual Server.
  4. In the dialogue box that pops up, use the drop-down menu to choose a VS you want to keep away from.
  5. Click the Segregate Virtual Server button to finish.

To remove segregation:

  1. Go to your Control Panel's Virtual Servers menu.
  2. Click the label of the virtual server you want to segregate.
  3. On the screen that appears, click the Tools button, then click Desegregate Virtual Server.
  4. In the dialogue box that pops up, click the OK button to finish.