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    Best options to migrate from Cpanel to a Linux VPS? Google Cloud? Cheap VPS?

    Hello guys!
    I read a few topics about the 'new Cpanel's rules' and the increment of the price of the Cpanel's based host providers.

    In my example, a provider that asked $7/year to use Cpanel with 20Gb HD and unlimited domains, now want to ask $50/year to 10 domains. \o/

    So, I decided to migrate my 20 domains to my own VPS. These domains do not have a heavy bandwidth use. Most of them do not have either 2 visits by day.

    The options I have in mind:

    1. Cheap Cpanel Provider : to say you the truth, I could not find any really 'cheap'. $13/year for 5Gb and 25 domains is not cheap to me as we can see in the Buyshared offer.

    2. Free Cpanel Providers: some of them want you setup DNS nameservers first. And the Domain Registar in Brazil wants the same: you need to setup DNS in your server provider before you register the DNS nameservers on it (registro.br). So, it is IMPOSSIBLE to setup free accounts that uses .br domains. I tested 4 options.

    3. Setup a VPS (Debian, Ubuntu or any other) and install a cPanel Alternative: DirectAdmin, Plesk, Virtualmin, Froxlor, Ajenti..
      Is there any of these options that have an easy way to receive Cpanel full backup ? Imean an easy way to migrate from Cpanel to them.

    4. Use Google Cloud 'free $300' for a time and migrate for another account (Google Cloud account) after 10 months or 1 year. I could read that some people here do not like this idea, but prefer to pay $10/month in a private VPS, as you can read in some replies here:

    https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/158993/why-dont-people-use-google-clouds-always-free-tier-as-a-small-vps/p1

    I imagine that to migrate all the domains it will not be so easy like if we compare you were migrating from a Cpanel Host to another. So, the migration process needs to be avaliated. It can be a hard work to setup a new VPS from time to time. Specially to me, that I am not a Linux specialist.

    What are your suggestions?
    I'd like to get out from the Cpanel host providers.
    It will be great if everyone do the same. Cpanel will need to change its mind.

    Have a nice weekend.

    Where is my OLD signature Mr. MODERATOR that expended money with Root Level aka K-Disk aka Urpad?

    Comments

    • If possible, I'd like to ask you to suggest me the best Linux options (Debian, Ubuntu, CentOs, etc) to setup a new VPS as a newbie.

      Maybe a good tutorial.

      Where is my OLD signature Mr. MODERATOR that expended money with Root Level aka K-Disk aka Urpad?

    • experttechitexperttechit Member, Provider

      Personally, find a VPS that offers free DirectAdmin @Francisco

      Thanked by 2DragonDF Francisco
    • seriesnseriesn Member, Provider

      @DragonDF said:
      Hello guys!
      I read a few topics about the 'new Cpanel's rules' and the increment of the price of the Cpanel's based host providers.

      In my example, a provider that asked $7/year to use Cpanel with 20Gb HD and unlimited domains, now want to ask $50/year to 10 domains. \o/

      So, I decided to migrate my 20 domains to my own VPS. These domains do not have a heavy bandwidth use. Most of them do not have either 2 visits by day.

      The options I have in mind:

      1. Cheap Cpanel Provider : to say you the truth, I could not find any really 'cheap'. $13/year for 5Gb and 25 domains is not cheap to me as we can see in the Buyshared offer.

      2. Free Cpanel Providers: some of them want you setup DNS nameservers first. And the Domain Registar in Brazil wants the same: you need to setup DNS in your server provider before you register the DNS nameservers on it (registro.br). So, it is IMPOSSIBLE to setup free accounts that uses .br domains. I tested 4 options.

      3. Setup a VPS (Debian, Ubuntu or any other) and install a cPanel Alternative: DirectAdmin, Plesk, Virtualmin, Froxlor, Ajenti..
        Is there any of these options that have an easy way to receive Cpanel full backup ? Imean an easy way to migrate from Cpanel to them.

      4. Use Google Cloud 'free $300' for a time and migrate for another account (Google Cloud account) after 10 months or 1 year. I could read that some people here do not like this idea, but prefer to pay $10/month in a private VPS, as you can read in some replies here:

      https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/158993/why-dont-people-use-google-clouds-always-free-tier-as-a-small-vps/p1

      I imagine that to migrate all the domains it will not be so easy like if we compare you were migrating from a Cpanel Host to another. So, the migration process needs to be avaliated. It can be a hard work to setup a new VPS from time to time. Specially to me, that I am not a Linux specialist.

      What are your suggestions?
      I'd like to get out from the Cpanel host providers.
      It will be great if everyone do the same. Cpanel will need to change its mind.

      Have a nice weekend.

      Boss,
      Is it for personal usage or you plan to resell your service? Do you need multiple user access or one user is sufficient (with different FTP/email logins etc)?

      Space and memory requirements? I will be delighted to set you up with something custom and assist you with the overall migration process plus free DNS hosting :).

      Let me know what your requirements are.

    • Grab a slice @Francisco

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    • @experttechit said:
      Personally, find a VPS that offers free DirectAdmin @Francisco

      I imagined that DirectAdmin was FREE.

      https://www.websiteplanet.com/blog/best-cpanel-alternatives/

      But reading its website I could see: it asks $2 to 10 domains. $0.2/domain.
      So, it is a Cpanel but not so expensive.

      I think the best option would be for all us:
      To support ($$$) an open source option and remove Cpanel from the market.

      Sure, It would be necessary to have an importer from Cpanel backups.

      Where is my OLD signature Mr. MODERATOR that expended money with Root Level aka K-Disk aka Urpad?

    • @DragonDF said:

      @experttechit said:
      Personally, find a VPS that offers free DirectAdmin @Francisco

      I imagined that DirectAdmin was FREE.

      https://www.websiteplanet.com/blog/best-cpanel-alternatives/

      But reading its website I could see: it asks $2 to 10 domains. $0.2/domain.
      So, it is a Cpanel but not so expensive.

      I think the best option would be for all us:
      To support ($$$) an open source option and remove Cpanel from the market.

      Sure, It would be necessary to have an importer from Cpanel backups.

      I don't know what website you are reading, but here is @Francisco's BuyVM site: https://buyvm.net/

      Right in the front page: Free DirectAdmin license with every service.

      Tried and trusted: Nexus Bytes, WisHosting, HostHatch, Kimsufi, Hostsolutions, MrVM, Upcloud, MXroute, Iniz, Gullo, Spry Servers, RedIT | To try: Letbox, Hetzner, BuyVM/BuyShared, Inception, HostDoc, SmartHost, PHP-Friends, VirMach #lexit

    • @poisson said:

      I don't know what website you are reading, but here is @Francisco's BuyVM site: https://buyvm.net/

      Right in the front page: Free DirectAdmin license with every service.

      I read it on DirectAdmin's website:
      https://www.directadmin.com/pricing.php

      It is not free. So, it is a DIFERENT Cpanel's alternative, but PAID.

      Yes, I read you wrote that in Francisco's website it is 'free'.
      If it was free, the price must cheaper than cpanel's options right?

      In Francisco VPS (buyvm) has DirectAdmin. But.. in BuyShared (https://buyshared.net/shared-cpanel-hosting/ ) Francisco only uses Cpanel. I could not find any DirectAdmin option.
      I do not have interest to use Cpanel any more. I think Cpanel needs to pay for what it new rules.

      Thank you for your suggestions.

      Where is my OLD signature Mr. MODERATOR that expended money with Root Level aka K-Disk aka Urpad?

    • @seriesn said:

      Boss,
      Is it for personal usage or you plan to resell your service? Do you need multiple user access or one user is sufficient (with different FTP/email logins etc)?

      Space and memory requirements? I will be delighted to set you up with something custom and assist you with the overall migration process plus free DNS hosting :).

      Let me know what your requirements are.

      I have interest to use it to personal usage.
      I need to run 20 domains.

      Space: 15 - 20Gb HD
      Memory: not so much. The websites do not have more than 5 visits by day/domain.

      Thank you!

      Where is my OLD signature Mr. MODERATOR that expended money with Root Level aka K-Disk aka Urpad?

    • cociucociu Member, Provider

      ITLabs said: @MikePT can help you with free migration to DA:

      i recomend it too and have good price also

    • deankdeank Member

      This is not going to end well.

      Thanked by 1AlwaysSkint

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

    • seriesnseriesn Member, Provider

      @DragonDF said:

      @seriesn said:

      Boss,
      Is it for personal usage or you plan to resell your service? Do you need multiple user access or one user is sufficient (with different FTP/email logins etc)?

      Space and memory requirements? I will be delighted to set you up with something custom and assist you with the overall migration process plus free DNS hosting :).

      Let me know what your requirements are.

      I have interest to use it to personal usage.
      I need to run 20 domains.

      Space: 15 - 20Gb HD
      Memory: not so much. The websites do not have more than 5 visits by day/domain.

      Thank you!

      https://nexusbytes.com/cart.php?a=add&pid=43

      Free one time Setup, Webuzo Panel Lite Configuration, Free DNS Setup + CPanel backup migration from your other provider, basic system tweaks and CSF Firewall configuration.

      Setup configuration will be based on generic usage and basic WP usage. You will have full root access to optimize per your need.

      Thanked by 1DragonDF
    • @deank said:
      This is not going to end well.

      Serious comprehension issues. Probably better off paying for Cpanel before he pays more for a hacked server.

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    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider

      @DragonDF said:
      In Francisco VPS (buyvm) has DirectAdmin. But.. in BuyShared (https://buyshared.net/shared-cpanel-hosting/ ) Francisco only uses Cpanel. I could not find any DirectAdmin option.
      I do not have interest to use Cpanel any more. I think Cpanel needs to pay for what it new rules.

      Thank you for your suggestions.

      While the reseller title slug still says cPanel the content is very much DirectAdmin:
      https://buyshared.net/cpanel-reseller-hosting/

      Thanked by 1DragonDF

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    • @DragonDF said:

      @poisson said:

      I don't know what website you are reading, but here is @Francisco's BuyVM site: https://buyvm.net/

      Right in the front page: Free DirectAdmin license with every service.

      I read it on DirectAdmin's website:
      https://www.directadmin.com/pricing.php

      It is not free. So, it is a DIFERENT Cpanel's alternative, but PAID.

      Yes, I read you wrote that in Francisco's website it is 'free'.
      If it was free, the price must cheaper than cpanel's options right?

      In Francisco VPS (buyvm) has DirectAdmin. But.. in BuyShared (https://buyshared.net/shared-cpanel-hosting/ ) Francisco only uses Cpanel. I could not find any DirectAdmin option.
      I do not have interest to use Cpanel any more. I think Cpanel needs to pay for what it new rules.

      Thank you for your suggestions.

      You posted ASKING FOR VPS and then you compare prices with SHARED HOSTING.

      You try walking into a Mercedes Benz showroom asking why their cars are more expensive than Chinese Geely and see what reactions you get. If you don't understand the difference, go read before you say stupid things about price 'must be cheaper'.

      Thanked by 1chocolateshirt

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    • Mic-hael said: While the reseller title slug still says cPanel the content is very much DirectAdmin:

      https://buyshared.net/cpanel-reseller-hosting/

      Yes! You bring an OPTION the my needs:
      An option to insert 20 domains WITHOUT using Cpanel.

      Thanked by 1Mic-hael

      Where is my OLD signature Mr. MODERATOR that expended money with Root Level aka K-Disk aka Urpad?

    • poisson said: You posted ASKING FOR VPS and then you compare prices with SHARED HOSTING.

      You try walking into a Mercedes Benz showroom asking why their cars are more expensive than Chinese Geely and see what reactions you get. If you don't understand the difference, go read before you say stupid things about price 'must be cheaper'.

      I think you read only what you wanted.
      I have 20 domains running in Cpanel. I need to get an option to insert these domains to run in a cheaper price than to continue using Cpanel in a HIGH PRICE (20x the price I paid before).
      I asked for OPTIONS.

      DragonDF said: The options I have in mind:

      Cheap Cpanel Provider : to say you the truth, I could not find any really 'cheap'. $13/year for 5Gb and 25 domains is not cheap to me as we can see in the Buyshared offer.

      Free Cpanel Providers: some of them want you setup DNS nameservers first. And the Domain Registar in Brazil wants the same: you need to setup DNS in your server provider before you register the DNS nameservers on it (registro.br). So, it is IMPOSSIBLE to setup free accounts that uses .br domains. I tested 4 options.

      Setup a VPS (Debian, Ubuntu or any other) and install a cPanel Alternative: DirectAdmin, Plesk, Virtualmin, Froxlor, Ajenti..

      Is there any of these options that have an easy way to receive Cpanel full backup ? Imean an easy way to migrate from Cpanel to them.

      Use Google Cloud 'free $300' for a time and migrate for another account (Google Cloud account) after 10 months or 1 year. I could read that some people here do not like this idea, but prefer to pay $10/month in a private VPS, as you can read in some replies here:

      If you only know VPS as a solution, I think the person who needs to 'go read before you say stupid things about price 'must be cheaper' it is not me.

      I asked for options.
      I asked to see what people are doing after the Cpanel new rules.

      If you do not have idea or do not have interest to help, go to another post and be happy.

      In VPS I will need to setup a lot of things. I will need to spend time to learn. Yes, I like to learn, but I will need to spend time to manage a VPS. I am not good in LINUX commands (sudo... ) .

      Where is my OLD signature Mr. MODERATOR that expended money with Root Level aka K-Disk aka Urpad?

    • deankdeank Member

      The end is Amitzly nigh.

      Thanked by 2Ympker poisson

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

    • edited October 26

      I thought your comprehension on LET is better that other members since you are joined on 2011.

      The end is nigh..

    • @DragonDF said:
      If you only know VPS as a solution, I think the person who needs to 'go read before you say stupid things about price 'must be cheaper' it is not me.

      Your post title: "Best options to migrate from Cpanel to a Linux VPS? Google Cloud? Cheap VPS?"

      You only asked about VPS. Then you said people didn't offer you non VPS options. You just crossed the stupid line into dumbass category.

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    • OP @ McDonalds: yes I'd like a McChicken

      McDonalds cashier: would you like everything on that?

      OP: no I want a cheeseburger

      McDonalds cashier: ok so everything on that?

      OP: yes I just said that

      lurking in the shadows like a wombat or some shit

    • The finish is the end. And the end of the life is NIGHT.. it is DARK for some people. Not for all.

      If you read only the TITLE and forget to read the first comment:

      Hello guys!
      I read a few topics about the 'new Cpanel's rules' and the increment of the price of the Cpanel's based host providers.

      In my example, a provider that asked $7/year to use Cpanel with 20Gb HD and unlimited domains, now want to ask $50/year to 10 domains. \o/

      So, I decided to migrate my 20 domains to my own VPS. These domains do not have a heavy bandwidth use. Most of them do not have either 2 visits by day.

      The options I have in mind:

      Cheap Cpanel Provider : to say you the truth, I could not find any really 'cheap'. $13/year for 5Gb and 25 domains is not cheap to me as we can see in the Buyshared offer.

      Free Cpanel Providers: some of them want you setup DNS nameservers first. And the Domain Registar in Brazil wants the same: you need to setup DNS in your server provider before you register the DNS nameservers on it (registro.br). So, it is IMPOSSIBLE to setup free accounts that uses .br domains. I tested 4 options.

      Setup a VPS (Debian, Ubuntu or any other) and install a cPanel Alternative: DirectAdmin, Plesk, Virtualmin, Froxlor, Ajenti..
      Is there any of these options that have an easy way to receive Cpanel full backup ? Imean an easy way to migrate from Cpanel to them.

      Use Google Cloud 'free $300' for a time and migrate for another account (Google Cloud account) after 10 months or 1 year. I could read that some people here do not like this idea, but prefer to pay $10/month in a private VPS, as you can read in some replies here:

      https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/158993/why-dont-people-use-google-clouds-always-free-tier-as-a-small-vps/p1

      I imagine that to migrate all the domains it will not be so easy like if we compare you were migrating from a Cpanel Host to another. So, the migration process needs to be avaliated. It can be a hard work to setup a new VPS from time to time. Specially to me, that I am not a Linux specialist.

      What are your suggestions?
      I'd like to get out from the Cpanel host providers.
      It will be great if everyone do the same. Cpanel will need to change its mind.

      Have a nice weekend.

      SO, IN THE SECOND COMMENT:

      If possible, I'd like to ask you to suggest me the best Linux options (Debian, Ubuntu, CentOs, etc) to setup a new VPS as a newbie.

      Maybe a good tutorial.

      So, I can start a new VPS, setup it, or I can use another Cpanel's option in a VPS or Google Cloud or as a Reseller's account.

      Where is my OLD signature Mr. MODERATOR that expended money with Root Level aka K-Disk aka Urpad?

    • If you want solid simplicity consider Snac . Requires clean Ubuntu 18.04 (64bit).

      Thanked by 1DragonDF

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    • FranciscoFrancisco Top Provider

      DragonDF said: Yes! You bring an OPTION the my needs:

      An option to insert 20 domains WITHOUT using Cpanel.

      My ears are burning.

      Anyway, our resellers can be either cPanel or DirectAdmin, your choice.

      For our Slices you can get DA for free.

      If you're saying "cpanel" and you really mean "control panel", then I don't know of anything that'll convert a cPanel account to a standard LAMP setup for you automagically.

      Francisco

      BuyVM - Dedicated KVM Slices / Anycast Support! / Stallion Control Panel / Windows 2008, 2012, & 2016! / Unmetered Bandwidth!
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    • @Francisco said: My ears are burning.

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    • WebProjectWebProject Member, Provider

      DragonDF said: It is not free. So, it is a DIFERENT Cpanel's alternative, but PAID.

      and it wasn't popular till the cPanel became more expensive! As for personal usage can be used Webmin.

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    • SNACTeam said: If you want solid simplicity consider Snac . Requires clean Ubuntu 18.04 (64bit).

      I'll take a look. I am inside your website now. Tks.

      Francisco said: An option to insert 20 domains WITHOUT using Cpanel.

      My ears are burning.

      I think you know that Cpanel (after new rules) can not be the NUMBER 01 control panel in the world.
      As I wrote in my first message, I do not have interest to continue using Cpanel from now to the future.
      I imagine that others Control Panels can do the same thing that Cpanel. Maybe not in the same level and graphic aspect. I read your post about Direct Admin. So, I can imagine that you, as me, think that it is not possible to continue to use Cpanel and pay what Cpanel wants. Make all the Hosting Industry do what Cpanel's wants.

      Francisco said: Anyway, our resellers can be either cPanel or DirectAdmin, your choice.

      https://buyshared.net/cpanel-reseller-hosting/
      I can read: DIRECT ADMIN CONTROL PANEL. $2 / month to use 20GB HD.
      What is the annual cost?

      https://buyshared.net/shared-cpanel-hosting/
      As a SHARED host , using Cpanel, the same 20GB HD will cost $18/year ($1.5/month).

      A few months ago I could pay U$7-9/year to 20GB-30GB HD with Cpanel.
      I could not see an option to SHARED hosting using Direct Admin. Is there this option?

      Cpanel makes things a lot easy because when you migrate from one Hosting provider to another and both use Cpanel, you will only need to do a simple backup (download and upload process).

      Francisco said: For our Slices you can get DA for free.

      KVM server slice, right?
      https://buyvm.net/kvm-dedicated-server-slices/

      Francisco said: If you're saying "cpanel" and you really mean "control panel", then I don't know of anything that'll convert a cPanel account to a standard LAMP setup for you automagically.

      Here I could read you about Direct Admin
      https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/158632/directadmin-feedback-thread-feedback-wanted-to-help-improve-the-product/p1

      In their latest beta feed they've also integrated a cPanel importer so you just have to drop your cpmove files into a specific folder and it's done.

      So, it looks like I could create a VPS, install Direct Admin and make the migration using this feature.
      Or maybe install another Control Panel (free one, too) and migrate: database and files manually.

      Tks!

      Where is my OLD signature Mr. MODERATOR that expended money with Root Level aka K-Disk aka Urpad?

    • YmpkerYmpker Member
      edited October 27

      @DragonDF said:

      SNACTeam said: If you want solid simplicity consider Snac . Requires clean Ubuntu 18.04 (64bit).

      I'll take a look. I am inside your website now. Tks.

      Francisco said: An option to insert 20 domains WITHOUT using Cpanel.

      My ears are burning.

      I think you know that Cpanel (after new rules) can not be the NUMBER 01 control panel in the world.
      As I wrote in my first message, I do not have interest to continue using Cpanel from now to the future.
      I imagine that others Control Panels can do the same thing that Cpanel. Maybe not in the same level and graphic aspect. I read your post about Direct Admin. So, I can imagine that you, as me, think that it is not possible to continue to use Cpanel and pay what Cpanel wants. Make all the Hosting Industry do what Cpanel's wants.

      Francisco said: Anyway, our resellers can be either cPanel or DirectAdmin, your choice.

      https://buyshared.net/cpanel-reseller-hosting/
      I can read: DIRECT ADMIN CONTROL PANEL. $2 / month to use 20GB HD.
      What is the annual cost?

      https://buyshared.net/shared-cpanel-hosting/
      As a SHARED host , using Cpanel, the same 20GB HD will cost $18/year ($1.5/month).

      A few months ago I could pay U$7-9/year to 20GB-30GB HD with Cpanel.
      I could not see an option to SHARED hosting using Direct Admin. Is there this option?

      Cpanel makes things a lot easy because when you migrate from one Hosting provider to another and both use Cpanel, you will only need to do a simple backup (download and upload process).

      Francisco said: For our Slices you can get DA for free.

      KVM server slice, right?
      https://buyvm.net/kvm-dedicated-server-slices/

      Francisco said: If you're saying "cpanel" and you really mean "control panel", then I don't know of anything that'll convert a cPanel account to a standard LAMP setup for you automagically.

      Here I could read you about Direct Admin
      https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/158632/directadmin-feedback-thread-feedback-wanted-to-help-improve-the-product/p1

      In their latest beta feed they've also integrated a cPanel importer so you just have to drop your cpmove files into a specific folder and it's done.

      So, it looks like I could create a VPS, install Direct Admin and make the migration using this feature.
      Or maybe install another Control Panel (free one, too) and migrate: database and files manually.

      Tks!

      @Francisco This is not worth the tickets you'll get, mate.

    • FranciscoFrancisco Top Provider
      edited October 27

      The reseller would be $24/year.

      We don't offer DirectAdmin shared plans yet.

      Francisco

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    • @Ympker said:
      @Francisco This is not worth the tickets you'll get, mate.

      THIS.

      He is too lazy to do simple math: $2 per month x 12 = annual cost. The provider must do the math for him.

      The only other interpretation is that he wants a discount for annual payment but his English sucks so hard that he only knows how to be a broken recorder repeating that he wants to know the annual cost.

      At this point, there seems to be pretty strong evidence this is some PRC.

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    • Your best option is hetzner.

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    • Virtualmin does have a migration tool, but don't expect that it'll work seamlessly. Also, this panel has a steep learning curve. As long as you know what you're doing, you'll be fine though. They do have a Pro version.

      Or centminmod if CLI is fine and if you just want a webserver without the extras (emails and stuff). Manual migration is required though.

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    • easyeasy Member

      lol. his budget less than $13/year, it's impossible to get vps, and install panel without issues..

      my datamedia company

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