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    Slightly-Premium Web Hosting

    MikeAMikeA Member, Provider
    edited June 7 in Shared Hosting Offers

    Order here - Limited quantity

    Monthly: $1.25
    Yearly: $14.00

    5GB NVMe SSD
    Unlimited Bandwidth
    10 Addon Domains
    Other features unlimited

    Features:
    ~ LiteSpeed Web Server
    ~ CloudLinux & CageFS
    ~ Full Backups Mon/Wed/Fri (Full archive to BackBlaze B2)
    ~ Softaculous, NodeJS Manager
    ~ Included cPanel SSL
    ~ DDoS Protected

    LVE Limits:
    CPU => 150% (1½ Core E-2136)
    PMEM => 3GB
    IO => 80MB/s
    IOPS => 15000
    EP/NPROC => 200/220
    INODES => No hard limit

    Server located in Montreal, Canada.
    LG: https://bhs.lg.extravm.com

    Payment Methods:
    ~ Stripe (Debit/Credit Card)
    ~ PayPal
    ~ Coinbase (BTC/ETH/USDC/etc)
    ~ PaymentWall (100+ Local Gateways)
    ~ Mail in Payment (U.S. residents only)

    Three day refund period for all services no questions asked. Dedicated IP can be added for $1.50/month, your mail will also go through your dedicated IP.

    Thanked by 1jooja
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    Comments

    • deankdeank Member

      I don't mean offense but "Premium" and 1.25 a month?

      If you can't make your point within 5 lines of words, you have an optimization issue.
      Amitz day is October 17th.

    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider
      edited June 7

      @deank said:
      I don't mean offense but "Premium" and 1.25 a month?

      Is it supposed to be less expensive or more expensive??

      Feller, premium is a way of life.

    • deankdeank Member

      Yes.

      If you can't make your point within 5 lines of words, you have an optimization issue.
      Amitz day is October 17th.

    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider

      @deank said:
      Yes.

      Thank you for your input.

      Thanked by 1corbpie
    • SirFoxySirFoxy Member

      tree fiddy is my final offer

      lurking in the shadows like a wombat or some shit

    • verjinverjin Member

      why live chat is not active?

      LowEndUser

    • donlidonli Member

      @verjin said:
      why live chat is not active?

      It's after normal business hours.

      Thanked by 1verjin
    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider
      edited June 8

      @verjin said:
      why live chat is not active?

      Live chat isn't used much since I seem to attract lots of bad people (spamming trolls with hundreds of IPs). Offline chat gets forwarded to a ticket, and tickets are usually replied to within minutes unless it's like 5 AM U.S.

      Thanked by 1verjin
    • cybertechcybertech Member

      For this price the specs are absolutely great. To my limited understanding, is PMEM same as memory allocated to a KVM vps?

      relentless collector of highest clocked, highest performing KVM/NVMe/Gbit VPSes at the most competitive rates. just to hard idle them. zero knowledge on coding/programming; a mere hobbyist.

    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider

      @cybertech said:
      For this price the specs are absolutely great. To my limited understanding, is PMEM same as memory allocated to a KVM vps?

      It's physical memory you can use, so basically.

    • donlidonli Member
      edited June 8

      @cybertech said:
      For this price the specs are absolutely great. To my limited understanding, is PMEM same as memory allocated to a KVM vps?

      https://docs.cloudlinux.com/limits/#memory-limits

      Physical Memory Limit

      Physical memory limit corresponds to the amount of memory actually used by end customer's processes. You can see individual process physical memory usage by monitoring RES column in top output for the process. Because similar processes (like PHP) share a lot of their memory, physical memory usage is often much lower then virtual memory usage.

      Additionally physical memory includes shared memory used by the customer, as well as disk cache. In case of disk cache – if a user is starting to lack physical memory, the memory used for disk cache will be freed up, without causing any memory faults.

      When LVE goes over physical memory limit, CloudLinux will first free up memory used for disk cache, and if that is not enough, it will kill some of the processes within that LVE, and increment fPMEM counter. This will usually cause web server to serve 500 and 503 errors. Physical memory limit is a much better way to limit memory for shared hosting.

      Thanked by 1cybertech
    • uxtvdluxtvdl Member
      edited June 8

      The provider I still use for my site

      been more then 4 months
      Daily 9k+ visits no problems in any form
      Support replied instantly (under 10mins) everytime whenever I needed help

      One of the best providers I used

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    • Sofia_KSofia_K Member
      edited June 9

      Nice offer. Hope it had 15 or 20 GB space instead of just 5.
      I/O sounds great.
      Most important is CPU/RAM as wordpress eats a lot. Hosts should really offer 150% CPU and 3 GB RAM minimum for those clients who are using WP.

      IOPS/EP offered here are good for high-traffic, database intensive sites.

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    • CoffeeCoffee Member

      MikeA said: 5GB NVMe SSD

      Can you temporarily increase the disk space so we can extract 3-4GB archived content?

    • corbpiecorbpie Member

      getanothervpsandftpit.com

      grape

    • deanƙdeanƙ Member

      what Slightly-Premium means?

    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider

      @Coffee said:

      MikeA said: 5GB NVMe SSD

      Can you temporarily increase the disk space so we can extract 3-4GB archived content?

      Open a ticket and I'll extract it, just upload it first.

    • t0ny0t0ny0 Member

      Woah! Just got one to host a WordPress site - this is one super snappy hosting right there! I don't know what you did to it Mike, but you did it right!
      This $14/yr hosting easily outperforms my $200+/yr SiteGround hosting, which obviously will be moved to ExtraVM once close to expiring.

    • s4suke7s4suke7 Member

      🤔any chance for reseller hosting on same node ?

    • AnthonySmithAnthonySmith Top Provider

      verjin said: why live chat is not active?

      You would be surprised how often it gets used by customers to tell you how their day has been, what games they are playing, asking you for free tech support for a server they might buy on ebay etc.

      Its ok for BIG companies that can afford to pay someone to sit there and deal with it all day but its an absolute drain on small companies.

      Anyway... nice offer!

      Had enough of the scams on lowendbox, lowendtalk is now being infiltrated by corruption so I have chosen to make an low end exit #lexit for now - you can find me HERE

    • MasonRMasonR Member

      @AnthonySmith said:
      You would be surprised how often it gets used by customers to tell you how their day has been, what games they are playing...

      This just made me literally laugh out loud. How idiotic can people be? People never cease to amaze me.

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    • AnthonySmithAnthonySmith Top Provider

      @MasonR said:

      @AnthonySmith said:
      You would be surprised how often it gets used by customers to tell you how their day has been, what games they are playing...

      This just made me literally laugh out loud. How idiotic can people be? People never cease to amaze me.

      Someone once sent me a link to an audio capture they had done while playing CS:S to something that was apparently to funny not to share with me, it was all in Italian, I do not speak Italian, it was not funny.

      That was actually the final straw I think, my live chat lasted less than 2 months from start to finish.

      Thanked by 1MasonR

      Had enough of the scams on lowendbox, lowendtalk is now being infiltrated by corruption so I have chosen to make an low end exit #lexit for now - you can find me HERE

    • edfoxedfox Member

      @AnthonySmith said:
      Someone once sent me a link to an audio capture they had done while playing CS:S to something that was apparently to funny not to share with me, it was all in Italian, I do not speak Italian, it was not funny.

      Can you send it here? I'm curious

    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider
      edited June 13

      @t0ny0 said:
      Woah! Just got one to host a WordPress site - this is one super snappy hosting right there! I don't know what you did to it Mike, but you did it right!
      This $14/yr hosting easily outperforms my $200+/yr SiteGround hosting, which obviously will be moved to ExtraVM once close to expiring.

      I assure you it'll be just as reliable too. Unless SG isn't reliable.. the ignore what I said.

      @s4suke7 said:
      🤔any chance for reseller hosting on same node ?

      I've thought about it, but I'm not 100% familiar with all of the reseller options and haven't gone through to check thoroughly. Second is it could be a problem with abuse with resellers not handling bad clients properly, so I don't know. I'd like to.

      @AnthonySmith said:
      That was actually the final straw I think, my live chat lasted less than 2 months from start to finish.

      It sucks because live chat is actually great for people that have actual problems. I get on occasionally but it's literally if I have absolutely nothing to do and can waste a few hours. Ticket replies are sometimes just as fast a live chat anyway so I don't see it as a big deal, and I don't think most people really do if they get a ticket reply fast.

      Thanked by 1t0ny0
    • Instant setup? or manual? Thinking about giving it a try

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    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider
      edited June 14

      @HuntersPad said:
      Instant setup? or manual? Thinking about giving it a try

      Accounts with no active services are setup manually, but orders during the day are usually setup within a few minutes.

      Thanked by 1HuntersPad
    • corbpiecorbpie Member

      t0ny0 said: I don't know what you did to it Mike, but you did it right!

      Not oversold like most shared hosting is around here.

      Thanked by 1t0ny0

      grape

    • HuntersPadHuntersPad Member
      edited June 14

      Any SSL support like lets encrypt?

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    • donlidonli Member

      @HuntersPad said:
      Any SSL support like lets encrypt?

      I believe that's what:

      ~ Included cPanel SSL

      is.

    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider

      @HuntersPad @donli Didn't see his message for some reason but it's the cPanel issued SSL, not LetsEncrypt. I use the cPanel SSL because it works better from my experience, no rate limit, issues are faster, etc.

    • donlidonli Member

      @MikeA said:
      @HuntersPad @donli Didn't see his message for some reason but it's the cPanel issued SSL, not LetsEncrypt. I use the cPanel SSL because it works better from my experience, no rate limit, issues are faster, etc.

      Does that count as a "self-signed" certificate or is it considered "signed" and accepted by modern browsers?

    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider
      edited June 20

      @donli said:

      @MikeA said:
      @HuntersPad @donli Didn't see his message for some reason but it's the cPanel issued SSL, not LetsEncrypt. I use the cPanel SSL because it works better from my experience, no rate limit, issues are faster, etc.

      Does that count as a "self-signed" certificate or is it considered "signed" and accepted by modern browsers?

      They're cPanel issued (cPanel Inc. CA / Comodo) certificates and are signed and trusted by browser just like any other CA.

    • SirFoxySirFoxy Member

      @MikeA said:

      @donli said:

      @MikeA said:
      @HuntersPad @donli Didn't see his message for some reason but it's the cPanel issued SSL, not LetsEncrypt. I use the cPanel SSL because it works better from my experience, no rate limit, issues are faster, etc.

      Does that count as a "self-signed" certificate or is it considered "signed" and accepted by modern browsers?

      They're cPanel issued (cPanel Inc. CA / Comodo) certificates and are signed and trusted by browser just like any other CA.

      sorry, I can't use slightly premium hosting; only premium hosting.

      lurking in the shadows like a wombat or some shit

    • donlidonli Member

      @SirFoxy said:

      @MikeA said:

      @donli said:

      @MikeA said:
      @HuntersPad @donli Didn't see his message for some reason but it's the cPanel issued SSL, not LetsEncrypt. I use the cPanel SSL because it works better from my experience, no rate limit, issues are faster, etc.

      Does that count as a "self-signed" certificate or is it considered "signed" and accepted by modern browsers?

      They're cPanel issued (cPanel Inc. CA / Comodo) certificates and are signed and trusted by browser just like any other CA.

      sorry, I can't use slightly premium hosting; only premium hosting.

      Then you should be on premiumendtalk.com instead.

      Thanked by 2webcraft KermEd
    • SirFoxySirFoxy Member

      @donli said:

      @SirFoxy said:

      @MikeA said:

      @donli said:

      @MikeA said:
      @HuntersPad @donli Didn't see his message for some reason but it's the cPanel issued SSL, not LetsEncrypt. I use the cPanel SSL because it works better from my experience, no rate limit, issues are faster, etc.

      Does that count as a "self-signed" certificate or is it considered "signed" and accepted by modern browsers?

      They're cPanel issued (cPanel Inc. CA / Comodo) certificates and are signed and trusted by browser just like any other CA.

      sorry, I can't use slightly premium hosting; only premium hosting.

      Then you should be on premiumendtalk.com instead.

      fucc bb don't tempt me

      lurking in the shadows like a wombat or some shit

    • Senpai53Senpai53 Member

      Can't pay via paypal!

    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider
      edited June 22

      @Senpai53 said:
      Can't pay via paypal!
      ~snip

      Wouldn't know, but doubt it's a problem on my end since PayPal transactions have been fine all day.

    • apollo15apollo15 Member

      what exactly is premium in using cheapest of cheapest budget provider OVH ?

    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider
      edited June 22

      @apollo15 said:
      what exactly is premium in using cheapest of cheapest budget provider OVH ?

      OVH isn't the cheapest of cheapest, their hardware is basically on par with any other common provider now due. If you want cheapest of cheapest look at Kimsufi, Netcup, Hetzner, etc. If you had problems with OVH don't bring them here, because the services I offer (whether it be on OVH's network or others that I use) are not the same. Yes, OVH has problems, I have problems with them, but the hardware they offer and overall network quality is good, and my web hosting servers there do not have problems.

      Thanked by 2desperand Gatto
    • level6level6 Member
      edited June 22

      The latency isn't bad from my east coast location.

      That's not me.

    • apollo15apollo15 Member

      MikeA said: OVH isn't the cheapest of cheapest, their hardware is basically on par with any other common provider now due. If you want cheapest of cheapest look at Kimsufi, Netcup, Hetzner, etc. If you had problems with OVH don't bring them here, because the services I offer (whether it be on OVH's network or others that I use) are not the same. Yes, OVH has problems, I have problems with them, but the hardware they offer and overall network quality is good, and my web hosting servers there do not have problems.

      >

      fair enough, however, putting premium and OVH in same sentence is false advertising on all fronts.

    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider
      edited June 23

      @apollo15 said:

      MikeA said: OVH isn't the cheapest of cheapest, their hardware is basically on par with any other common provider now due. If you want cheapest of cheapest look at Kimsufi, Netcup, Hetzner, etc. If you had problems with OVH don't bring them here, because the services I offer (whether it be on OVH's network or others that I use) are not the same. Yes, OVH has problems, I have problems with them, but the hardware they offer and overall network quality is good, and my web hosting servers there do not have problems.

      >

      fair enough, however, putting premium and OVH in same sentence is false advertising on all fronts.

      Are you talking about their network or what? Routing, packet loss, speeds, I've never had an issue in the location my web hosting is in, if there were and I didn't think it was to my standards then I wouldn't use it and instead use my own hardware on something in Dallas local to me. When I say "slightly-premium" I'm talking about the services I offer, not OVH's network. If you had a bad experience with OVH that's not my problem, pretty sure everyone has a bad experience with OVH eventually, but that doesn't affect the network or my web hosting. Considering you haven't even used my services I don't think you can judge whether or not what I offer and say is false advertising, but good luck with your complaint.

    • williewillie Member

      I'm happy with OVH network and have generally found it superior to Hetzner's. The hardware isn't as cheap though.

    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider

      True that. The man said "Slightly-Premium Web Hosting" not "Slightly-Premium Upstream Provider" or "Critique me on one of the providers I use with thousands of different servers and networks instead of the specific one(s) I provide with or add value too"

      MichaelSmallWeb - Shared Hosting from £3.00/Year in London | Amsterdam | Melbourne | New York | Luxembourg | Los Angeles

    • t0ny0t0ny0 Member

      I will say that again - this is the most premium hosting you can find within that price range. It feels a lot more expensive than it actually is. Its snappy and fast. I would argue that the "slightly" word doesn't have a place in here. not the "premium" word. Again - good job Mike :-)

    • How about someone else come up with better than this for same price? Seriously for 1.25 be thankful there's still reliable service.

      Thanked by 1t0ny0

      relentless collector of highest clocked, highest performing KVM/NVMe/Gbit VPSes at the most competitive rates. just to hard idle them. zero knowledge on coding/programming; a mere hobbyist.

    • You got any Singapore location?

    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider

      @yokowasis said:
      You got any Singapore location?

      no, no plans for that, maybe in the future when I can get certain hardware there.

      Thanked by 1vimalware
    • adevis2adevis2 Member

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      Ban Expires: 12/31/2020 (23:59)

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