Virtual Servers are virtualized using Virtuozzo. A Virtuozzo container has certain resource limits or guarantees, known as user bean counters (UBCs).
Here you will find an overview of the most important UBCs:
|Parameter||Declaration||Value for Virtual Server M from October 2014||Value for Virtual Server L from October 2014||Value for Virtual Server XL from October 2014||Value for Virtual Server XXL from October 2014|
|vCore||Maximum computing power, converted to vCores (1 vCore vCore corresponds to up to approx. 2,000 MHz processor power)||1||2||4||6|
|Numproc||Maximum number of concurrent processes||128||256||384||512|
|Kmemsize||Maximum amount of memory that can be reserved for the kernel. Each process consumes a certain amount of kernel memory, at least 24 KB and typically 30-60 KB. 40 MB||40 MB||40 MB||40 MB||60 MB|
|Numfiles||Maximum number of open files||4.096||8.192||16.834||24.576|
|Inodes||Maximum number of inodes||250.000||500.00||750.000||1.000.000|