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Provision a Virtual Server

Log in and click Virtual servers, then click the + sign

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Click on the CentOS template and chose version 7.7

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Give the server a name (label is what you see in OnApp, hostname is what you see if you log on to the server). I set the password to what I gave you earlier. Click NEXT

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On the next screen:
Specify the RAM and CPU cores 1 according to your needs.
Choose datastore from drop down menus for both the main disk and the swap disk: together they add up to 500 GB Swap disk is required by CentOS!
Choose the IP range from the drop down menus and choose the port speed
Click NEXT

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Click create virtual server

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Wait until the VM is provisioned and you see it is turned on:

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If you don’t remember the password of your server, click on the “password” field (username is root by default for CENTOS):

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