Why VPS (Parallels Cloud Server) does not load after reboot?

Greetings to all,
previously rented a VPS based on Xen and OpenVZ no problems. Now ordered a server on the basis of Parallels Cloud Server (Debian 7) and after reboot he does not rise, hosting technical support, is trying to convince me that this is normal and that the server need to reboot entirely through the panel.
Prompt support is trying to tell me "teeth talk" or is it really "normal"?

Thank you all.
October 3rd 19 at 02:08
2 answers
October 3rd 19 at 02:10

Usual OpenVZ has the kernel module vzevent, which is sent to userspace alert about recycling containers. They should catch the vzeventd daemon that invokes handlers for start/stop/reboot/mount/umount.

Or in PWS this functionality have not changed, or the host not configured. Rather the second.

October 3rd 19 at 02:12

"They have it configured". Also you can configure in the case of XEN, KVM or OpenVZ, but usually do not do so, because it is inconvenient TA host.

Restart panel, actually that this is problematic? Rebooting servers is not a routine procedure - not as much need to bother with this.

In the process of setting up a server I rebooted more than once, and I personally was "in shock" from having to perform a system operation I have to go into the panel. - Maxime_Toy7 commented on October 3rd 19 at 02:15

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