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Looking for cheap dedicated

Steve81Steve81 Member
edited May 2014 in Requests

Hello

I'm searching for a cheap dedicated server, with:

  • 2+G RAM
  • 4+ logical cores
  • 2xHDD (software raid is fine, 100+GB) OR san exported disk
  • unmetered 100mbit (accettabile if after some TB will be capped to 10mbit)
  • 1 IPv4; 1+ IPv6 is appreciated but not mandatory
  • Budget: <=15€/mo

So something like a kimsufi but with two HDD or however disk space on raid. ;)

Someone know a low offer with this specs?

Thanks a lot.

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  • rmlhhdrmlhhd Member, Provider

    Online.net - Dedibox Classic + Gen2

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  • Steve81Steve81 Member

    @rmlhhd said:
    Online.net - Dedibox Classic + Gen2

    Thanks but is too much expensive; here I found a 23$ server: http://www.sakuraserver.com/bestvalue-server.html

    However I' searching for a cheaper one (<=15€/mo, 10€/mo will be appreciated :D).

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  • Steve81Steve81 Member

    @Jack said:
    Don't Kimsufi do two drives on the higher model?

    Not anymore, you need a SoYouStart server that cost at least 35€/mo.

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  • Steve81Steve81 Member

    @Jack said:
    Hold out until OVH release new series.

    I've read that OVH dropped the idea of raid in kimsufi.

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  • netomxnetomx Member

    Delimiter?

  • DalCompDalComp Member

    It's unfortunate kimsufis can no longer be transferred. I have a 4 cores with 2x1TB disks for 17€/month that I'm letting expire.

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  • Steve81Steve81 Member

    @netomx said:
    Delimiter?

    What's that?

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  • Steve81Steve81 Member

    @DalComp said:
    It's unfortunate kimsufis can no longer be transferred. I have a 4 cores with 2x1TB disks for 17€/month that I'm letting expire.

    Sad face. :(

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  • Steve81Steve81 Member
    edited May 2014

    @Jack said:
    They change ideas all the time..

    I hope that but until they change idea I'll search for an alternative. :)

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  • netomxnetomx Member

    @Steve81 said:
    What's that?

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  • hostnoobhostnoob Member
    edited May 2014

    Hetzner?

    https://robot.your-server.de/order/market

    Edit: sorry, just saw what price you were looking for. I had 30Eur in my head for some reason

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  • Steve81Steve81 Member

    @hostnoob said:
    Hetzner?

    https://robot.your-server.de/order/market

    Edit: sorry, just saw what price you were looking for. I had 30Eur in my head for some reason

    Thanks anyways.

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  • GunterGunter Member

    Jack said: Hold out until OVH release new series.

    How long does that take usually?

  • NekkiNekki Member

    @darknyan said:
    How long does that take usually?

    There's no 'usual". They do seems to be offloading all the old servers right now though, so there's a reasonable chance you'll see new offers based on newer kit (potentially in different configs) sometime in the next few months.

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  • Steve81Steve81 Member

    I've updated the request, just to include san/iscsi exported hdd. :D

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  • raindog308raindog308 Administrator

    Maybe @rds100 has something.

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  • rds100rds100 Member

    @raindog308 nope, we don't have anything for less than 15 EUR/month, and we don't do unmetered ports.

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  • Steve81Steve81 Member

    @rds100 said:
    raindog308 nope, we don't have anything for less than 15 EUR/month, and we don't do unmetered ports.

    Thanks anyways.

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  • rds100rds100 Member

    You could try with two single disk kimsufis and DRBD them. The 100 Mbps ethernet might be a bottleneck for this, but it can work, if you don't have a too big fetish for benchmarks.

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  • Steve81Steve81 Member
    edited May 2014

    @rds100 said:
    You could try with two single disk kimsufis and DRBD them. The 100 Mbps ethernet might be a bottleneck for this, but it can work, if you don't have a too big fetish for benchmarks.

    I didn't know this solution. I don't think that suits my needs (at least not this time) but very thanks for teaching me something new.

    I plan to use the server to build a web stack using openvz containers as building blocks (www, php, mysql). So i prefer to avoid a bottleneck generator.

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  • earlearl Member

    you can get volumedrive x2 athlon @$20/mo and just pay a one-time fee of $15 for an extra 250Gb drive. you can add up to 4 drives and option for hardware RAID.

    -They do get small packet loss here and there.

    http://volumedrive.com/vdrive/?a=dedicated

        CPU: AMD Athlon X2 4200+ (2 cores)
        RAM: 4 GB DDR2 Memory
        HD: 250 GB Hard Drive
        BW: 100 Mbps / 8,000 GB
        IP: 2 Public IP Addresses
        KVM On Demand Available
        Linux / Windows / BSD / XEN
    

    or.. maybe a bit over your budget but you can consider @ $25/mo

    • not sure if they still have network issue on their cheap servers due to the bandwidth miners

    https://www.wholesaleinternet.net/cart/?id=215

        2 Cores / 2 Threads
        1.6GHz - 1 processor
        2GB DDR2 RAM
        2x 250GB SATA Hard Drive 
        100MBit with 10TB Monthly Transfer
        Linux/Windows* OS
        5 usable IPv4 Address
        /64 IPv6 Address Block** 
    
    

    There is also Digicube.. it's 14,40 € /mo if you prepay for a year.. otherwise it's 18 € /mo

    -you need to send them snail mail before they can terminate your account.

    http://digicube.fr/rapidserveurs/43

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    Mémoire : 8 Go (DDRIII)
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    @earl said:
    you can get volumedrive x2 athlon @$20/mo and just pay a one-time fee of $15 for

    Minimum 2 cores plus hyperthreading or 4 cores.

    I wrote to digicube to ask a custom plan.

    Thank you.

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  • earlearl Member
    edited May 2014

    Steve81 said: Minimum 2 cores plus hyperthreading or 4 cores.

    I'm sure you may have a special requirement asking for the cores.. just pointing out the CPUmark for the Athlon far surpasses the N2800 or E350

    AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+ @ 1285
    AMD E-350 @ 760



    There is also firstheberg, believe the D525 has HT but no way to pick the CPU type. Not sure if they have English support but maybe you can inquire? anyways it's for you to consider.

    http://www.firstheberg.com/serveur-dedie-choix-systeme-exploitation

    Processeur  ATOM 2500 2 x 1.89Ghz / D525 2 x 1.80 Ghz
    Cœurs logiques  2
    Performance CPU Benchmark   409 points
    Mémoire vive    4 Go DDR3
    Disque dur  2 x 500 Go HDD ou 1 x 64 Go SSD
    RAID    0 / 1 Soft
    Carte réseau    10 / 100 Mbps
    12.99 € 
    

    --edit--

    Seems ipv6 is not yet available..

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  • Steve81Steve81 Member

    earl said: Seems ipv6 is not yet available..

    I should update the first post; IPv6 is appreciated but not mandatory. I use an he.net tunnel. :)

    Thank you for the link, I'll look it.

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