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Cheap KVM Providers that allows torrents?

Is there any cheap KVM providers that allows to download torrents and even upload them on public trackers and super fast?

Thanks!

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  • agonyztagonyzt Member

    Scaleway works pretty well...

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  • mkshmksh Member

    Seconded. Best KVM provider for torrents by far.

  • @lobstersx said:
    Is there any cheap KVM providers that allows to download torrents and even upload them on public trackers and super fast?

    Thanks!

    I assume you'll only be dealing in legal file transfer. correct?

    Then you should have no problem hosting a small seedbox at home. It should be almost free.

  • kaktus69kaktus69 Member

    @mksh said:

    Seconded. Best KVM provider for torrents by far.

    Thirded (is that a word?).

    Blazingly fast, I was on ratio-watch on http://linuxtracker.org/ until I signed up with mzunguhosting - now I'm a Power User with a >1.41 ratio.

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  • thagoatthagoat Member

    Scaleway. For sure. They even have a pre-made seedbox distro.

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  • sinsin Member

    I almost spit out of my coffee LOL and the livechat with "newtork is fast my man"

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  • Any other recommendations guys?

    Something that has a high storage and speeds as well.

  • I am probably looking for around 1tb storage or near about it. HDD

  • AC_FanAC_Fan Member

    Kimsufi?

  • RockfilesRockfiles Member
    edited June 13

    @lobstersx said:
    I am probably looking for around 1tb storage or near about it. HDD

    Go for ultravps.eu and hostens (here you will have to buy extra 1 gbps port so that you get fast download and built strong ratio and if ratio building is not an option for you then you can go for default Port but note that here vps is storage vps)

    If you are asking for kvm 1 TB you are asking your budget to be on higher side.

  • lobstersxlobstersx Member
    edited June 13

    @Rockfiles said:

    @lobstersx said:
    I am probably looking for around 1tb storage or near about it. HDD

    Go for ultravps.eu and hostens (here you will have to buy extra 1 gbps port so that you get fast download and built strong ratio and if ratio building is not an option for you then you can go for default Port but note that here vps is storage vps)

    If you are asking for kvm 1 TB you are asking your budget to be on higher side.

    Can you recommend a KVM then? That allows torrents? And the budget?
    Basically,I wanna upload and seed torrents via Windows machine only cuz' I don't know anything about linux.

  • @lobstersx said:

    @Rockfiles said:

    @lobstersx said:
    I am probably looking for around 1tb storage or near about it. HDD

    Go for ultravps.eu and hostens (here you will have to buy extra 1 gbps port so that you get fast download and built strong ratio and if ratio building is not an option for you then you can go for default Port but note that here vps is storage vps)

    If you are asking for kvm 1 TB you are asking your budget to be on higher side.

    Can you recommend a KVM then? That allows torrents? And the budget?
    Basically,I wanna upload and seed torrents via Windows machine only cuz' I don't know anything about linux.

    Why engage in something you know nothing about? Do you have permission to distribute those files?

  • @DanSummer said:

    @lobstersx said:

    @Rockfiles said:

    @lobstersx said:
    I am probably looking for around 1tb storage or near about it. HDD

    Go for ultravps.eu and hostens (here you will have to buy extra 1 gbps port so that you get fast download and built strong ratio and if ratio building is not an option for you then you can go for default Port but note that here vps is storage vps)

    If you are asking for kvm 1 TB you are asking your budget to be on higher side.

    Can you recommend a KVM then? That allows torrents? And the budget?
    Basically,I wanna upload and seed torrents via Windows machine only cuz' I don't know anything about linux.

    Why engage in something you know nothing about? Do you have permission to distribute those files?

    A lot of people upload on torrents? Right?
    They must be using something that allows public trackers? I wanna use it too.

    That's it

  • mkshmksh Member

    @lobstersx said:

    @DanSummer said:

    @lobstersx said:

    @Rockfiles said:

    @lobstersx said:
    I am probably looking for around 1tb storage or near about it. HDD

    Go for ultravps.eu and hostens (here you will have to buy extra 1 gbps port so that you get fast download and built strong ratio and if ratio building is not an option for you then you can go for default Port but note that here vps is storage vps)

    If you are asking for kvm 1 TB you are asking your budget to be on higher side.

    Can you recommend a KVM then? That allows torrents? And the budget?
    Basically,I wanna upload and seed torrents via Windows machine only cuz' I don't know anything about linux.

    Why engage in something you know nothing about? Do you have permission to distribute those files?

    A lot of people upload on torrents? Right?
    They must be using something that allows public trackers? I wanna use it too.

    That's it

    Pretty much every decent host will have no problem with you seeding linux isos but unless you want to host in some exotic location like iran no host can just make a clause that allows you to ignore copyright. Some hosts are a bit more lax in abuse handling than others but noone is gonna shield you from law enforcement for handful of dollars.

  • @mksh said:

    @lobstersx said:

    @DanSummer said:

    @lobstersx said:

    @Rockfiles said:

    @lobstersx said:
    I am probably looking for around 1tb storage or near about it. HDD

    Go for ultravps.eu and hostens (here you will have to buy extra 1 gbps port so that you get fast download and built strong ratio and if ratio building is not an option for you then you can go for default Port but note that here vps is storage vps)

    If you are asking for kvm 1 TB you are asking your budget to be on higher side.

    Can you recommend a KVM then? That allows torrents? And the budget?
    Basically,I wanna upload and seed torrents via Windows machine only cuz' I don't know anything about linux.

    Why engage in something you know nothing about? Do you have permission to distribute those files?

    A lot of people upload on torrents? Right?
    They must be using something that allows public trackers? I wanna use it too.

    That's it

    Pretty much every decent host will have no problem with you seeding linux isos but unless you want to host in some exotic location like iran no host can just make a clause that allows you to ignore copyright. Some hosts are a bit more lax in abuse handling than others but noone is gonna shield you from law enforcement for handful of dollars.

    There are offshore sites that do that btw.

  • stefemanstefeman Member
    edited June 13

    @lobstersx said:

    @DanSummer said:

    @lobstersx said:

    @Rockfiles said:

    @lobstersx said:
    I am probably looking for around 1tb storage or near about it. HDD

    Go for ultravps.eu and hostens (here you will have to buy extra 1 gbps port so that you get fast download and built strong ratio and if ratio building is not an option for you then you can go for default Port but note that here vps is storage vps)

    If you are asking for kvm 1 TB you are asking your budget to be on higher side.

    Can you recommend a KVM then? That allows torrents? And the budget?
    Basically,I wanna upload and seed torrents via Windows machine only cuz' I don't know anything about linux.

    Why engage in something you know nothing about? Do you have permission to distribute those files?

    A lot of people upload on torrents? Right?
    They must be using something that allows public trackers? I wanna use it too.

    That's it

    You can do it even with online.net but you gotta respond to any possible abuse/DMCA in your account page.

  • mkshmksh Member

    @lobstersx said:
    There are offshore sites that do that btw.

    Lol, offshore...

  • kaktus69kaktus69 Member

    In all seriousness, unless you are thinking of uploading actual linux ISOs then I would avoid public trackers like the plague.

    As you have no Linux experience how about trying a plan with a host that specialises in torrents for a month to get the hang of the web UI etc. ? Once you've done that you could then look to setup something similar on a cheap Kimsufi or similar.

  • by the way, is https://mzunguhosting.ml bullet-proof?

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  • AutizmoAutizmo Member
    edited July 9

    @hyperblast said:
    by the way, is https://mzunguhosting.ml bullet-proof?

    Absolutely! They'll also reply to all DMCA and abuse complaints for you. Your services aren't getting taken down unless they get raided but their armed personnel are trained for that and willing to sacrifice their lives to keep you online.

    Don't even get me started on their top-of-the-line DDOS protection. Even Cloudflare is jealous.

  • FR_MichaelFR_Michael Member, Provider

    @Autizmo said:

    @hyperblast said:
    by the way, is https://mzunguhosting.ml bullet-proof?

    Absolutely! They'll also reply to all DMCA and abuse complaints for you. Your services aren't getting taken down unless they get raided but their armed personnel are trained for that and willing to sacrifice their lives to keep you online.

    Don't even get me started on their top-of-the-line DDOS protection. Even Cloudflare is jealous.

    Don't do that, he will believe it...

    first-root.com | German VPS | VPS Starting at 2EUR / Month (excluding VAT)

  • YmpkerYmpker Member

    I think something like bitport may be a better fit for you given your previous experience.

  • AC_FanAC_Fan Member

    seedbox.io, seedhost.eu, Feral hosting are available for torrent only usage (and allow public torrents).

    Otherwise, OVH doesn't care much about torrents, if you're willing to learn a bit of Linux.

  • The public part is what will get you. But aside from ones mentioned, just Google seedboxes or check out r/seedboxes on reddit.

  • h2oh2o Member

    1 USD = 556+ XOF(CFA)

  • AutizmoAutizmo Member

    BuyVM doesn't mind people distributing Linux ISOs. Also, they're about to launch some block storage (starting in their Last Vegas data center) that will be priced at $5/mo/TB.

    I have a slice 1024 in LV waiting for that switch to be flipped so I can move my seedbox on my storage VPS in NY over.

    I'm not sure exactly when it's planned to go into beta, though. You'll have to ask @Francisco about that. Probably this month or next.

  • torrboxtorrbox Member

    You can use any VPS combined with a VPN for torrents, as long as the CPU is beefy enough to handle a fast VPN connection.

  • I've read kimsufi mentioned for seedboxes. personally, I think utserver (utorrent for linux) has best UI. for syncing, i recommend resilio sync.

  • AC_FanAC_Fan Member
    edited July 9

    @HowLowCanYouGo said:
    I've read kimsufi mentioned for seedboxes. personally, I think utserver (utorrent for linux) has best UI. for syncing, i recommend resilio sync.

    qBittorrent = Better uTorrent.

    If you have GSuite, then RClone is love, RClone is life. Otherwise, VPNed (OpenVPN connection to the server itself, cause Resilio Sync work best over a local connection, even if the connection is only psuedo-local) Resilio Sync works well.

  • We all have opinions about which torrent client is best. I have my opinion, you have yours. You can't argue opinion.

    Resilio Sync

    Doesn't everything work best over a local connection? ;) Resilio Sync gives me good speeds for single connection. Its free and it works on Linux and Windows. Resilio Sync is nice because it works immediately. Not sure if rclone is like rsync that requires you to run the program... so you don't sync files as quickly. I'm pretty sure Resilio Sync offers delta syncing so actual data transferred between hosts is optimized.

    @stefeman said:
    You can do it even with online.net but you gotta respond to any possible abuse/DMCA in your account page.

    Online.net is in France. (Scaleway same company)

    https://community.online.net/t/a-question-about-bittorent-and-dmca-notice/969

    I'm sure legally they have to state certain wording for liability purposes. If they offer seedbox ISO though, I think that indicates they are some-what torrent friendly. I have a friend that uses online.net and he hasn't had a problem torrenting for personal use.

  • AC_FanAC_Fan Member

    uTorrent has bundled malware, so I don't trust it anymore. RClone is RSync for cloud storages, and can easily be setup as a daemon. Useful for those pesky unlimited GSuite accounts.

  • JerryHouJerryHou Member
    edited July 10

    How did you manage to find this... LOL

  • @AC_Fan said:

    uTorrent has bundled malware,

    I think you are confusing UTServer with uTorrent for Windows. UTServer hasn't changed for several years. It doesn't have malware... just a great webui. The best I've seen.

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