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Vultr Control Panel - Upload Custom ISO
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Available in 16 Cities

Upload your own ISO is available in every location the Vultr platform is available! Spanning 4 continents, your custom ISO upload can be mounted in any of our 16 cities in Australia, Asia, Europe, and North America.

Choose ISO

Upload your own custom ISO or choose one from our diverse ISO library to mount on your instance.

Choose Server Size and Location

Create unlimited operating system combinations in any of our 16 worldwide locations.

Deploy Your Instance

As soon as you click deploy, the Vultr cloud orchestration takes over and boots your new instance using the desired ISO.

ISO Library

In addition to uploading your own, you will also have full access to our ISO library. The selection is curated by our experienced team of system administrators and includes popular server operating systems.

Customize once, create a snapshot, and re-deploy

While using the Custom ISO feature, you don’t always have to run through the setup process of your operating system to deploy more servers. Take advantage of our snapshot feature to create an image of your deployed server and quickly launch more instances with the same setup in any of our points of presence around the world!

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Increase troubleshooting possibilities

Custom ISO adds some new options in your administrator toolbox when the underlying operating system gets corrupted/unbootable after kernel customization and other non-standard system upgrades. With the Vultr platform, this feature ensures your data is not automatically lost! Browse Vultr Docs and learn how you can upload your own rescue ISO to recover your data and fix your system configuration.

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FAQ

How am I billed for my instances?

All servers on your account are billed hourly up to the monthly rate cap. The hourly rate is determined by dividing the monthly rate by 672 hours (28 days). If your server is online for more than 672 hours in a calendar month, you will only be billed the monthly rate. Accumulated charges are invoiced to your account on the 1st of every month.

Do you charge for stopped bare metal servers?

Yes, servers in a "stopped" state continue to reserve the machine for your use and therefore incur charges until you release this server. If you wish to no longer accumulate charges for a server, please use the DESTROY button in the customer portal.

How do bare metal instances differ from compute instances?

Bare Metal instances offer direct access to dedicated servers with no noisy neighbors. Compared to compute instances which are deployed in a virtualized cloud environment, bare metal grants you unrestricted access to the underlying physical servers making these servers suitable for even the most resource intensive workloads.

What operating system templates do you offer?

See our full list of operating systems.

Which cloud features does bare metal currently support?

Vultr Bare Metal supports a wide range of our Vultr cloud features, including all stock operating system images, one click apps, startup scripts, and SSH key preloading. Certain features - including snapshots, custom ISOs, additional IPs, and private networking - are currently not available. More features will be added in the near future, so stay tuned! See our full feature list

How am I billed for my instances?

All servers on your account are billed hourly up to the monthly rate cap. The hourly rate is determined by dividing the monthly rate by 672 hours (28 days). If your server is online for more than 672 hours in a calendar month, you will only be billed the monthly rate. Accumulated charges are invoiced to your account on the 1st of every month.

Our ISO Library


  • Alpine Linux - 3.9.0 x86_64
  • Arch Linux - 2019.02.01 x86_64
  • Arch Linux - 2018.10.01 x86_64
  • CentOS 6 - 6.8 i386 minimal
  • CentOS 6 - 6.8 x86_64 minimal
  • CentOS 7 - 7 x86_64 Minimal
  • coreos_production_iso_image.iso - x86_64
  • Debian 8 - 8.6 x86_64 netinstall
  • Debian 8 - 8.6 i386 netinstall
  • Debian 9 - 9.0 x86_64
  • Debian 9 - 9.0 i386
  • Devuan ASCII 2.0.0 - 2.0.0 x86-64
  • Devuan ASCII 2.0.0 - 2.0.0 i386
  • Devuan Jessie 1.0.0 - 1.0.0 amd64
  • Devuan Jessie 1.0.0 - 1.0.0 i386
  • Fedora 28 - x86_64
  • Fedora 29 - x86_64
  • Finnix - 111 x86
  • FreeBSD 11.2 - 11.2 RELEASE x86-64
  • FreeBSD 11.2 - 11.2 RELEASE i386
  • FreeBSD 12.0 - 12.0-RELEASE amd64
  • FreeBSD 12.0 - 12.0-RELEASE i386
  • FreeNAS 11.1 - FreeNAS 11.1
  • FreePBX - SNG7 x86-64
  • NixOS 18.09 - 18.09 x86_64 minimal
  • OpenBSD 6.3 - 6.3 x86_64
  • OpenBSD 6.3 - 6.3 i386
  • OpenBSD 6.4 - i386
  • OpenBSD 6.4 - amd64
  • openSUSE Leap 15.0 - 15.0 x86_64
  • pfSense CE 2.4.4 - 2.4.4 x86_64
  • Rancher OS - 1.5 x86_64
  • Rancher os - 1.4.2
  • Rancher OS - 1.3 x86_64
  • SystemRescueCD - 6.0.1
  • Trinity Rescue Kit - 3.4.2 build 372
  • Ubuntu 16.04 - 16.04.1 x86_64
  • Ubuntu 18.04 - 18.04 x86_64
  • Ubuntu 18.10 - 18.10 x86_64
  • VyOS 1.2 - 1.2 x86_64
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