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WHAT DOES THE CPU PRIORITY FEATURE MEAN WHEN CREATING A NEW MACHINE? The amount of processing power allocated to your virtual machine (VM) is calculated by the following equation. CPU Cores x CPU Priority = Total GHz The amount of CPU resource a VM i...
What to expect in the EPhost Cloud environment, explanations of terms and suggestions for setup and operation as well as the safety of your new Virtual Machine. 1) WHEN CREATING VIRTUAL MACHINES (VM) * IMPORTANT: Hostname should be one word and pref...
If you would like to use an SSH key instead of a password to access your Linux VM you will need to generate keys using one of the two methods below then add them to your user account in the EPhost Cloud Control Panel. Once you are logged into the control ...
Here are some common reasons for being unable to access your Virtual Machine (VM) after it has been created. You can ALWAYS access your VM using the Web Based "Console" feature when viewing your VM details in the control panel. CLOUD ACCOUNT FIREWALL Y...
MICROSOFT WINDOWS OS The base licensing for Microsoft Windows OS based Virtual Machines (VMs) is included in the hourly or monthly VM price. Only the base licensing is included and does not include additional licensing for Terminal Services (Remote Deskt...
We do not currently reduce or increase your cost for Port Speed- so go ahead and check the unlimited box when creating a virtual machine. More articles on EPhost's Cloud hosting [https://www.ephost.com/support/Knowledgebase/List/Index/19/cloud-hosting] ...
Pricing for powered-on and powered-off VMs are different. We offer a discount for VMs that are powered-off. Looking for a way to decrease your VM pricing? There are several ways to reduce the costs of rarely used VMs. * Reallocate a minimal amount...
Our Cloud OnDemand service is an hourly pricing model for the Virtual Machines (VMs) in your account. Pricing is determined by the amount of resources used and charged on the last day of the month. Pricing for an individual VM can be seen on the VM overvi...
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