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TinyKVM - part 4 - 27 months later
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TinyKVM - part 4 - 27 months later

lwtlwt Member

Nothing new, really.

No downtime (except caused by me but won't blame them for those).

Love their noVNC console access BTW, saved my ass once.

Overall <3

Comments

  • My main wish for TinyKVM would be a small update, say, 512 MB RAM and a 10 GB SSD for $18 :smile:

    Thanked by 2RedSox uptime

    "Linux will run happily with only 4 MB of RAM, including all of the bells and whistles such as the X Window System, Emacs, and so on." (M. Welsh & L. Kaufman, Running Linux, 2e, 1996, p. 32)

  • I'm sincerely glad you're happy with it.

  • lwtlwt Member

    @angstrom said:
    My main wish for TinyKVM would be a small update, say, 512 MB RAM and a 10 GB SSD for $18 :smile:

    They do upgrades. I currently pay 5$ more for an upgrade to 512MB RAM.

    I don't think the 7GB I get is SSD, though.

    However, I am not really after rock bottom prices. I want reliability and they deliver - so far.

  • lwtlwt Member

    BTW I use it as a personal & private clone of spamgourmet.com

  • Solid service so far. There was a time though when my VM was up but could not get my wireguard to work. (Debian 10) Gave it some time and working well again now without doing anything.

  • angstromangstrom Member
    edited April 19

    @lwt said:

    @angstrom said:
    My main wish for TinyKVM would be a small update, say, 512 MB RAM and a 10 GB SSD for $18 :smile:

    They do upgrades. I currently pay 5$ more for an upgrade to 512MB RAM.

    I don't think the 7GB I get is SSD, though.

    However, I am not really after rock bottom prices. I want reliability and they deliver - so far.

    I was merely expressing a personal wish that they update very modestly the specs of the TinyKVM product because in my view, 256 MB RAM + 7 GB HDD (w/ SSD caching) is no longer competitive

    This said, I used TinyKVM for a couple of years, so I completely agree about the quality of the product

    "Linux will run happily with only 4 MB of RAM, including all of the bells and whistles such as the X Window System, Emacs, and so on." (M. Welsh & L. Kaufman, Running Linux, 2e, 1996, p. 32)

  • dracodraco Member

    Here to second the quality of TinyKVM. Very good indeed. And the response time when you need support is amazing.

  • dracodraco Member

    @lwt said:

    @angstrom said:
    My main wish for TinyKVM would be a small update, say, 512 MB RAM and a 10 GB SSD for $18 :smile:

    They do upgrades. I currently pay 5$ more for an upgrade to 512MB RAM.

    I don't think the 7GB I get is SSD, though.

    However, I am not really after rock bottom prices. I want reliability and they deliver - so far.

    $20 annually for 512MB RAM?

  • lwtlwt Member

    Yes. Not going to bankrupt me, you know?

  • Kiwi83Kiwi83 Member

    It seems they charge $15.99/m for 1 GB RAM VPS under their another brand Ramhost. I'm genuinely curious about who are their targeted customers.

  • GromGrom Member

    @Kiwi83 said:
    It seems they charge $15.99/m for 1 GB RAM VPS under their another brand Ramhost. I'm genuinely curious about who are their targeted customers.

    They've been around forever, they're an excellent and trustworthy host.

    Both prgmr and ramhost are "no bullshit" & "we don't assume you're stupid" hosts.

  • Kiwi83Kiwi83 Member

    @Grom said:

    @Kiwi83 said:
    It seems they charge $15.99/m for 1 GB RAM VPS under their another brand Ramhost. I'm genuinely curious about who are their targeted customers.

    They've been around forever, they're an excellent and trustworthy host.

    Both prgmr and ramhost are "no bullshit" & "we don't assume you're stupid" hosts.

    But 1 GB RAM VPS for $15.99/m? Sounds more like paying just for a sense of nostalgia to me.

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