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how to creating droplet with 16 gb memory and 6 core cpu?
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To create a droplet with 16gb of RAM and 6 core CPU, you simply select that option when creating a droplet.
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I have created the following domain.
Domain : sg50timeline.com
After transferring the files to new server, how can I check whether the website is fine before changing the DNS.
First droplet was 32-bit but install failed because there is no 32-bit Docker. Destroyed droplet and rebuilt as 64-bit. As expected, I needed to run ssh-keygen -R IP because the SSH key changed but IP didn't.
No luck, it still demands a password! I've tried removing keys, regenerating keys and am stuck by my own security system. I'm not much of a hacker I guess!
Hello, my account has been locked for no apparent reason. I registered it via a friends link for a $10 credit grant. I added my MasterCard and it just locked, it states to wait but I've waited a few days now and I periodically get emails asking me to confirm my emails which I do but it doesn't help.
I have been able to connect to SFTP with my own key, but I want my client to have access to SFTP too. I made a key pair for him and added the public key to Digital Ocean. I tried to add the public key with the command ```sudo ssh-keygen -e -f ~/.ssh/fXXXX_rsa.pub | sudo tee /etc/proftpd/authorized_keys/fXXXX``` after adding the public key in the ```~/.ssh``` directory, but it didn't work – asked for a passphrase while the key didn't have one.
Could someone help me on this ?