Now that George pushed the fix that disables Apache, I was going to migrate a site this weekend to a new RamNode 2gb OpenVZ VPS with Centminmod. I started with their CentOS 7 minimal image, had everything installed, did a test migration and everything seemed fine and I could access the Centminmod default page from a web browser. Then for some reason I tried `reboot`. When I tried to SSH back in, I kept getting "no route to host" errors, and the browser page was inaccessible. I emailed RamNode support, and they said: I'm afraid that no matter what I tried, I can't get the networking permanently back online. There seems to be some configuration issue with the way CentOS 7 does networking and while I can bring it online by hand, after rebooting the server it doesn't come up anymore. I had a hunch it's something in Centminmod that interferes with systemd restarting the networking, so to test I wiped the box and reinstalled a fresh copy of RamNode's CentOS 7 minimal image. Then I ran following commands from bash after SSH'ing into server--these are the only commands I ran from a completely fresh VPS: yum install vim git which git clone -b 123.08centos7beta01 --single-branch centminmod/centminmod · GitHub chmod +x centminmod/centmin.sh vim centminmod/centmin.sh set email address set compile nginx with ipv6 to 'y' set vim instead of nano centminmod/centmin.sh menu screen comes up exit menu (#22) without installing anything. try `reboot` - server comes back up just fine. cd centminmod ./centmin.sh at menu, enter #1 to install default centminmod once that completes, use #22 to exit Try rebooting server. Fails to come up. Rebooted fine before centminmod install, but afterwards SSH attempts always cause "no route to host" errors. I'm not doing anything fancy when rebooting, just typing `reboot` at the command prompt. RamNode's VPS control panel includes a serial console for emergency SSH'ing in, and that works, but otherwise the box is inaccessible. @eva2000 I just emailed you login creds to the control panel for this box if you want to SSH in using this serial console and review the logs. Also, feel free to reset the box to a fresh image and test doing this yourself using the "reinstall" button from RamNode's control panel.