Review Data Packet Networks - zero tolerance
Data Packet Networks - https://datapacket.net/ service offering is less than useful in that if the subscriber's VPS is doing anything more than sitting idle, they will login into the VPS and remove or disable services.
Receiving an email with the subject line 'ABUSE: Immediate action required' and the message: 'The following services have been removed. They were found to be causing high idle CPU on the host', is something no subscriber wants to receive.
Such a message is even more unwelcome when said server had been running for months, with no configuration changes other than Windows updates. Rather than working collaboratively to identify "why" services on a system are suddenly using more CPU resources, the support team logs in and removes the services.
In my case, the offending services were XLight FTPd, and a remote support application called SimpleHelp. These same services run on VPS' from other vendors (Virmach, Servarica, and Contabo) with no complaints, but for Data Packet networks, those two applications were a problem. Considering that my VPS were consuming less than 20% of the allocated disk space, virtually zero traffic, and rarely logged into, the systems were largely sitting idle.
It would seem that Data Packet Networks has a zero-tolerance-policy. I too have a zero-tolerance-policy, and after months of being an otherwise very happy client, I pulled the the plug and cancelled my services.
As for a hosting provider, Data Packet Networks is lacking more than a reasonable attitude. There is no way to reboot or restart a VPS. If a VPS needs a hard-reset, the only option is to contact support. Further, if privacy is important, look elsewhere; Data Paket Networks wants your administrator credentials. In my case, I shared the credentials, as the machines were essentially idle, but if I actually had been using the VPS for some business purpose, providing administrator access would have been a MAJOR concern.
In short, it is probably best to look for an alternative. Servarica has been excellent as has been Contabo. Virmach has been OK as well.
Data Packet Networks VPS was blazing fast, it was stable, and even though I had to share the admin credentials, I was happy with the service. However, once they became unreasonable, they became subject to my zero-tolerance-policy.