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can KVM Vps be oversold?
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can KVM Vps be oversold?

m3gfm3gf Member
edited May 2017 in General

just wondering ,

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    • ashkulzashkulz Member

      Yes.

    • cociucociu Member

      yes

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    • m3gfm3gf Member

      @advarisk said:
      Yes.

      damn. it is horrible.

    • m3gfm3gf Member

      @cociu said:
      yes

      what about Xen? it can be overcommitting ,too?

    • NeoonNeoon Member

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    • You need to define your parameters a little as almost the entire point of virtualization is density, to begin with.

      CPU - Yes

      Disk - Possible on both but with a performance hit and I don't think many hosts would bother as disk is cheap.

      RAM - KVM yes but not to any outrageous proportions, Xen - sort of but it is visible to the end user, the only host I have seen doing this is cloud.net

      Network - obviously.

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    • m3gfm3gf Member

      @AnthonySmith said:
      You need to define your parameters a little as almost the entire point of virtualization is density, to begin with.

      CPU - Yes

      Disk - Possible on both but with a performance hit and I don't think many hosts would bother as disk is cheap.

      RAM - KVM yes but not to any outrageous proportions, Xen - sort of but it is visible to the end user, the only host I have seen doing this is cloud.net

      Network - obviously.

      it is hard to find a reliable provider.

    • BopieBopie Member

      Short answer is yes,

      Long answer is one of how much a host will oversell, it's better to get more from one single machine as long as you don't massively oversell but the same thing at the other end, If you do not keep an eye on stats and usage etc you can be in for one hell of a surprise when the node is at 100% everything.

      The only way to guarantee resources these days is to buy a dedicated server or go with a reputable provider who has a proven record.

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    • clickclouditclickcloudit Member, Provider

      you can basically oversell until your memory is full with memory ballooning (i don't do that nor oversell). That would be the limit

    • BopieBopie Member

      @clickcloudit said:
      you can basically oversell until your memory is full with memory ballooning (i don't do that nor oversell). That would be the limit

      If you should or should not oversell is another argument all together aha

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    • cociucociu Member

      m3gf said: it is hard to find a reliable provider.

      wrong ! you must to pay correct amount and definetly i am sure you find many providers to be true.

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    • WebProjectWebProject Member, Provider

      m3gf said: it is hard to find a reliable provider.

      majority providers will do oversell the openvz as based on price provider need to oversell in order to get some profit.

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    • I've been able to fully max out the resources on my OVH VPS Cloud 3 (Ordered in 2015) and have been able to use all it's resources with no issues. They aren't cheap though, $30-$40

    • m3gf said: it is hard to find a reliable provider.

      No.

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