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plz share your usage of ipxcore 32mb vps

plz share your usage of ipxcore 32mb vps

ResearcherResearcher Member
edited December 2012 in General

Hey,

I have recently purchased 32 MB vps from ipxcore,

The setup was instant

the support is great and fast

the vps performance is excellent, so far i am running, 2 websites , squid with authentication , pptpd servers , ubuntu 11.10 upgraded fully, ZNC irc proxy with web administration,

the RAM usage is just around 20 mb and still i have 12 mb free

what you are running on 32 mb ipxcore ?

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  • bamnbamn Disabled

    I just walk around at night clubs and tell them I have a 32mb IPXcore VPS.

    It's better than making up some story about your rich uncle.

  • edited December 2012

    @bamn said: I just walk around at night clubs and tell them I have a 32mb IPXcore VPS.

    It's better than making up some story about your rich uncle.

    Oh damn! That's a GREAT idea!!!

    I use it as a backup node and a DNS node.

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  • yeah i am sure ipxcore is stable enough to be used as dns node as well as backup node,

  • VPN & static sites. ~9 MB of ram usage :)

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  • @bamn said: I just walk around at night clubs and tell them I have a 32mb IPXcore VPS.

    It's better than making up some story about your rich uncle.

    This just made my day, thanks :P

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  • @bamn said: I just walk around at night clubs and tell them I have a 32mb IPXcore VPS.

    It's better than making up some story about your rich uncle.

    Sarcasm much? Hahaha...Good one

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  • NickNick Member
    edited December 2012

    I run Telephone's looking glass and OpenVPN on mine.

    Uses 13MB of RAM.

  • Last time, I use it for OpenVPN, LookingGlass, and another backup

  • 20Gb is not going to last you very long for OpenVPN :D

  • Proxy and a Blite blog. Nice. :)

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  • David_PDavid_P Member
    edited December 2012

    @Chan said: 20Gb is not going to last you very long for OpenVPN :D

    It will if your not torrenting... (or heavy on media)

  • They said to reduce carbon footprint.. and this is a great idea implemented on 32mb !! i have 2 of them in 'shutdown mode' for a long time.. :P

  • Znc bouncer only

    I use http://tuxlite.com to configure all my VPSes and I love it!

  • I'm using it as a OpenVPN server, thats it

  • I use it as webserver - not a busy site of course. Idling

                 total       used       free     shared    buffers     cached
    Mem:            32         20         11          0          0         10
    -/+ buffers/cache:          9         22
    Swap:           32          9         22
    
    

    27MB/17MB usage when site loaded by visitor, then quickly drop to

                 total       used       free     shared    buffers     cached
    Mem:            32         14         17          0          0          6
    -/+ buffers/cache:          8         23
    Swap:           32         11         20
    
    
    

    More than enough :)

  • I didn't even see this thread til now. What a fun thread!

    @bamn said: I just walk around at night clubs and tell them I have a 32mb IPXcore VPS.

    It's better than making up some story about your rich uncle.

    hahaha

    @Chan said: 20Gb is not going to last you very long for OpenVPN :D

    @David_P said: It will if your not torrenting... (or heavy on media)

    It was bumped up to 100gb a few months ago, both for new and existing customers.

    I am no longer affiliated with IPXcore.
  • @Damian said: It was bumped up to 100gb a few months ago, both for new and existing customers.

    Sounds like I'm gonna be getting one... :D

  • just got one and hooked it up onto Coda, working pretty well after I configured it with minstall! (using about 10mb ram with php and nginx)

  • @Researcher: you rock!! I have 10 but just use for VPN. It's not easy for noob like me to configure as you! Could you please write some tuts :D

  • @Damian : Thanks for the upgrade, actually i notied that bandwith upgraded to 100 GB which is not bad, also the performance of the vps is great.

  • @sonic : well yes you are correct that its not easy to configure pptpd, because many of the tutorial on the internet either is outdated or are not openvz specific, also i have seen that lot of people want 32 ipxcore specially for vpn need, i will write a tutorial in a new thread for sure. once again thank you @Damian and ipxcore for quality services and affordable prices.

  • So how did you set up pptpd over openvz? I'd love to know this.

  • come on! they are tons of tutorials for pptpd in openvz and debian

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  • Guys don't get too many ipxcore 32mbs! If i remembered corretly they're losing money on them and if we get too many of them they may stop offering it one day

  • bobbybobby Member
    edited December 2012

    I'll share that serverdragon does 32mb ram vps too, with 500gb bw

  • @Damian said: both for new and existing customers

    I applaud you good sir, most providers just screw their existing customers over.

    When you find that perfect VPS, KEEP IT.

  • well it seems 123systems does too but more ram and bandwidth for cheaper price. I don't understand how can they be so cheap. My website is hosted with them, so far so good, but i fear that they gonna disappear from one day to the other. Don't tell me it is sustainable.

  • @bamn said: I just walk around at night clubs and tell them I have a 32mb IPXcore VPS.

    It's better than making up some story about your rich uncle.

    I laughed so hard at that.

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  • @Chan said: f i remembered corretly they're losing money on them

    You may want to check your sources, and potentially stop using them as a source of information.

    I am no longer affiliated with IPXcore.
  • RurikoRuriko Member
    edited December 2012

    aww they ran out of stock :(

  • I used it as SSH tunnel. Then as webserver for wordpress. As it never worked well @ 32MB I upgraded the RAM to 288. On average I use 115MB.

    Obviously if you will only use static (x)HTML you can stick with the original RAM.

  • @Ruriko said: aww they ran out of stock :(

    I have one that's going to be cancelled Dec 26. You can have it now if @Damian is agreeable to a transfer.

  • @sleddog yea I'll take it if @Damian will accept it :)

    Hmm on lowendstock it says there's stock but on the official site I can't find it

  • I have a question. Why would you ever use a 32mb VPS? Is it really just to try and act cool since you're able to optimize software to run at mimimal/shitty settings? Good for you!

    But, really. Consider getting a job.

  • HalfEatenPieHalfEatenPie Member
    edited December 2012

    @gubbyte said: I have a question. Why would you ever use a 32mb VPS? Is it really just to try and act cool since you're able to optimize software to run at mimimal/shitty settings? Good for you!

    But, really. Consider getting a job.

    1. Its cheap if you're running software that uses less ram than you need (why pay 15/year for a 128 when you can just get a 32mb VPS that'll do everything you want it to do for 50/month?)

    2. ZNC is probably one of the biggest uses here (as well as OpenVPN)

    3. People like challenging themselves. I'm sorry if you don't like the fact that Apache is MUCH MORE OPTIMIZED than when it first came out, but this is also one way to help people think within their constrained budgets (not everyone has 20 dollars a month to spare). This encourages people to work with what they have.

    4. Quit complaining. You complain too much.

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  • bamnbamn Disabled

    @mahjong said: well it seems 123systems does too but more ram and bandwidth for cheaper price.

    Have fun on that broken ride of downtime, random I/O spikes and just... "fun"

  • @gubbyte Why are you a part of this Forum if you don't understand or buy in to the "lowend" concept? Running services on low resource system is the basis for this site.

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  • Goodbye @gubbyte . Noone want to see you here =)))))

  • rajprakashrajprakash Member
    edited December 2012

    I didn't mean that gubbyte shouldn't be here. I invite everyone to participate. I'm just wondering why that question is asked, as the answer to that question is the reason for existence for the forum and sister sites. gubbyte has been partcipating in discussions, so it shouldn't be any mystery why we do low end systems.

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  • @gubbyte well it depends, when 32 mb ipxcore vps gives u a better performance with comparision to other shitty 256 mb vps, i should advice u to give it a try, 6$ are much cheaper then your comments here, first experience it then share it.

  • Here is what i am currently running on 32mb ipxcore vps * 2 websites : www.ipv6tools.info and www.blogination.com * 1 znc bouncer with perl and tcl support and 4 irc connections * PPTPD VPN with 3 users

    after that here is the usage stats

    root@blogination:~# uptime

    21:31:28 up 7 days, 5:29, 1 user, load average: 0.05, 0.02, 0.00

    root@blogination:~# df -h

    Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/simfs 2.0G 782M 1.3G 39% /

    root@blogination:~# free -m

             total       used       free     shared    buffers     cached
    

    Mem: 32 31 0 0 0 9 -/+ buffers/cache: 22 9 Swap: 32 17 14

    everything is smooth so far :)

    @damian thank you very much for such a great service, atleast people of third world countries can afford now to use vps and it can also be use for learning purpose

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