Before we jump to the subject topic, i.e. re-provisioning of server, let us first delve into what it means by provisioning of server. In telecommunication field, provisioning refers to the process of preparing a network to enable it to provide services to the intended users. When it comes to NS/EP telecommunications services, provisioning is almost synonymous with “Initiation” and involves changing the state of existing capability or priority service.
Service mediation or network provisioning points out at provisioning of customers’ service to the networking elements, most of which are used in the telecommunication industry. It needs existence of network elements and heavily relies on network planning and designing. In an advanced signal infrastructure which employs information technology at every level, it is nearly impossible to differentiate between “higher level” infrastructure and telecommunication services. Provisioning is all about configuring any required system and providing the users with an access to technology resources and data information. It is also in high reference to enterprise-standard information resource management.
However, if you consider the picture from a management perspective, it’s usually managed by a CIO and involves a strong cooperation between IT departments and human resources to perform the following actions:
- Grant the users authorization to system, database and networking applications or give them access to data sources on the basis of a unique user identity,
- Suit their specific use of hardware assets, including computers, pagers, handsets and the likes.
After provisioning, the SysOpping process makes it sure that expected services are rendered and consistency in standard is thoroughly maintained. Provisioning, therefore, refers to only the setup or startup portion of service operation as well as SysOpping to the current responsibility.
Now let us come to re-provisioning of server. Undo all the changes, start from fresh installation and follow the instructions below for both Windows and Linux:
It has to be set manually from the end of your web hosting service provider. So, call your web hosting service provider for the necessary setting.
The web hosting companies allow their clients to re-provision their server from Virtuozzo Power Panel. Here are the guidelines how you can do that:
- Login in to your hosting provider’s control panel
- Select VPS (Virtual Private Server Management)
- At the bottom, you will find a statement that reads ‘Login to VZPP’; click any one from the two links
- Add an exception in the browser you are currently using to continue to the Panel
- Choose Maintenance in the Management menu found on the top-left corner