That is a huge plus and shows good planning on your part. So as a real-world example, if I had a VPS on a server that was having periodic performance issues (for whatever reason) it could be moved to another server without a great deal of effort.KnownHost-CEO said:All servers are different in terms of the number of VPS's we put on them. We always leave room for growth. One thing to make note of is with Virtuozzo we can move customers from server to server on the fly with no downtime. We have our infrastructure built for all our servers to do this. So IP's can be used transparently.