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[UK] High Performance SSD VPS with OnApp and KVM - FREEBIES + FREE UPGRADE

[UK] High Performance SSD VPS with OnApp and KVM - FREEBIES + FREE UPGRADE

jhadleyjhadley Member
edited October 2012 in Offers

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A LowEnd* user walks into a bar and asks for a drink. While the bartender pours the drink, the user opens 8 tickets. When the drink is ready, the user opens a 9th ticket demanding to know why the drink isn't free.

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  • @jhadley said: Test IP: 91.227.221.128 (Ping/Traceroute friendly) Test Download: http://91.227.221.128/100mb.bin

    Pinging 91.227.221.128 with 32 bytes of data: Request timed out. Request timed out. Request timed out. Request timed out.

    Ping statistics for 91.227.221.128: Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 0, Lost = 4 (100% loss),

    C:\Users\Nexus\

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  • jhadleyjhadley Member
    edited October 2012

    Updated with correct IP

    A LowEnd* user walks into a bar and asks for a drink. While the bartender pours the drink, the user opens 8 tickets. When the drink is ready, the user opens a 9th ticket demanding to know why the drink isn't free.

  • Need to fix the strikethrough's. Use HTML

  • Hmm this seems to be in the incorrect forum section.

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  • @rds100 said: Hmm this seems to be in the incorrect forum section

    Changed

    @dominicl said: Need to fix the strikethrough's. Use HTML

    Changed

    A LowEnd* user walks into a bar and asks for a drink. While the bartender pours the drink, the user opens 8 tickets. When the drink is ready, the user opens a 9th ticket demanding to know why the drink isn't free.

  • Off to a great start I suppose

    http://uploaddirect.co.uk/i/4aded1c8692297fd322caff67cb758e4ud.png

    Remote Server: 91.227.221.120 Running: [ -e /onapp/templates/debian-5.0-x64-2.1.tar.gz ]

    Fatal: Template file does not exist '/onapp/templates/debian-5.0-x64-2.1.tar.gz' Executing Rollback... Remote Server: 91.227.221.120 Running: umount /mnt/onapp-tmp-jqoabxcvffbsau umount: /mnt/onapp-tmp-jqoabxcvffbsau: not found

    Running: rmdir /mnt/onapp-tmp-jqoabxcvffbsau rmdir: /mnt/onapp-tmp-jqoabxcvffbsau: No such file or directory

    Running: kpartx -p X -d /dev/onapp-w4v4op68lc7k8d/jqoabxcvffbsau failed to stat() /dev/onapp-w4v4op68lc7k8d/jqoabxcvffbsau

    Fatal: Execution of kpartx -p X -d /dev/onapp-w4v4op68lc7k8d/jqoabxcvffbsau failed

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  • @PhilND This has been fixed, I'll email you now.

    A LowEnd* user walks into a bar and asks for a drink. While the bartender pours the drink, the user opens 8 tickets. When the drink is ready, the user opens a 9th ticket demanding to know why the drink isn't free.

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  • It does seem to have been fixed, now provisioning, I will keep you updated.

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  • VPS is pretty fast, definitely worth the money!

    Ill do a bench later

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  • @PhilND said: Benchmark: http://serverbear.com/benchmark/2012/10/09/miJ78d5cjX4HSIlo

    "Up to 230K IOPS Up to 1900/1700 MB/s read/write speed"

    I wonder what happened, you didnt get anywhere near the advertised "up to" numbers.

  • @JoeMerit

    Those numbers are theoretical maximums based on manufacturer tests. They're not a suggestion of what a particular VPS can get at a particular time with a particular test.

    A LowEnd* user walks into a bar and asks for a drink. While the bartender pours the drink, the user opens 8 tickets. When the drink is ready, the user opens a 9th ticket demanding to know why the drink isn't free.

  • JoeMeritJoeMerit Member
    edited October 2012

    @jhadley said: Those numbers are theoretical maximums based on manufacturer tests. They're not a suggestion of what a particular VPS can get at a particular time with a particular test.

    How about you advertise real world numbers instead of theoretical maximums that are seemingly unachievable.

  • There are already links to Geekbench and Serverbear for those who are interested in those tests.

    A LowEnd* user walks into a bar and asks for a drink. While the bartender pours the drink, the user opens 8 tickets. When the drink is ready, the user opens a 9th ticket demanding to know why the drink isn't free.

  • The IO from Phil's run is much lower than I've seen previously.....

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  • jhadleyjhadley Member
    edited October 2012

    @serverbear said: The IO from Phil's run is much lower than I've seen previously.....

    I think he may have been doing something on his server. The numbers I have on one of mine are consistent:

    root@shared [~]# dd if=/dev/zero of=test bs=64k count=16k conv=fdatasync
    16384+0 records in
    16384+0 records out
    1073741824 bytes (1.1 GB) copied, 2.47533 s, 434 MB/s

    A LowEnd* user walks into a bar and asks for a drink. While the bartender pours the drink, the user opens 8 tickets. When the drink is ready, the user opens a 9th ticket demanding to know why the drink isn't free.

  • @jhadley Server was a fresh install.

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  • @PhilND said: Server was a fresh install.

    Feel free to email me your login details if you're concerned about this :)

    A LowEnd* user walks into a bar and asks for a drink. While the bartender pours the drink, the user opens 8 tickets. When the drink is ready, the user opens a 9th ticket demanding to know why the drink isn't free.

  • @jhadley

    Not concerned, the IO I am getting is fine.

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