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CHAPTER 13: Load Balancing in the Cloud > Working with a Cloud Server

Working with a Cloud Server

So, now that you understand the full power of a cloud server, let's have a look at working with one. All the testing needs were covered by a group of cloud servers provided by serverlove.com, so we will show you how you can configure a virtual cloud server as outlined previously.

So, to begin with let's look at resource renegotiation. To perform this, we needed to log in to the Serverlove management page. From here, you can see a list of the servers you have been using (Figure 13-5).

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Figure 13-5. Server list page

From the server list page, you can power on or off a server. Unfortunately, just like with a real server, you need to shut down and reboot the server to make a change to the resources allocated it. This is due to the fact that most, if not all, modern operating systems cannot dynamically reconfigure their internal memory allocation from scratch.


  

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