How to auto-start a VPS on a host server/node reboot?

If a VPS doesn’t come online after the host server is rebooted, it is due to the “ONBOOT” parameter of the VPS is set to NO in the VPS configuration file. This parameter decides whether to start the VPS automatically if the host server is restarted.

If it's set to 'yes', the VPS will start automatically. 
If it's set to 'no', we will have to start the VPS manually.

To make the changes, edit the VPS configuration file

vi /etc/sysconfig/vz-scripts/VEID.conf

search for


and change to


This change will auto-start the VPS next time the host node is rebooted.

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