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Vps Dashboard: Explanation Of The Container Information

VPS Dashboard Explanation Server Panel Container Information

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#1 Andreas


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Posted 31 March 2015 - 03:53 PM


CTID means Container ID. The CTID identifies your server and makes admin's life easier when managing containers.



The hostname is the name of your VPS. It's usually shown after the @ in the command line, like this:


Service Status:

The service status describes the status of your VPS.

  • Active: Your server runs.
  • Stopped: Your server doesn't run.
  • Unknown Status: The server panel can't determine the VPS' status. Please contact the Support in this case.
  • Performing Task: The panel is currently performing a task, for example starting your server.
  • Suspended: Your server has been suspended, probably because you violated the Terms of Service. You usually can't get your server back in this case, but you can try to contact the Support if you think the suspension is invalid.
  • Node maintenance: There is currently a node maintenance being performed. You can start your server again after the maintenance is finished.


Operating System:

This shows you the currently installed operating system on your VPS. You can choose between different Linux distributions, such as CentOS 5, CentOS 6, Debian 6, Debian 7, Ubuntu 12.04, Ubuntu 12.10, Ubuntu 13.04 and Ubuntu 13.10.


IP Addresses:

The IP address is the address your server is available with on the internet. With the IP address you directly can connect to your server. As of the day this post has been written, Haphost only provides IPv4 addresses.



RAM means Random Access Memory. This memory is used by the CPU to store important, temporary data for software the CPU is running at the moment. At Haphost you usually get 128 MB RAM, which is enough for web servers or little game servers for example.



SWAP is used to store important data which is not used by the CPU at the moment, but may be used later again. SWAP is not a replacement or addition for RAM. At Haphost you usually get 128 MB SWAP.


CPU Count:

CPU count shows how much performance your CPU has. 0.25 means you may get up to 25% of the node's CPU performance.


Disk Space:

The disk space shows you how much data you can store on your VPS. At Haphost you usually get 10 GB disk space.


Network Speed:

The network speed describes how fast your VPS can send or receive data to or from the internet. At Haphost you usually get a network speed of 10 mbps.



The bandwidth counts how much data you already sent or received. At Haphost you are allowed to send or receive 500 GB of data per month.



Here you can reset the password of your root user.

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