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Beta testing - Free OpenVZ VPS for testing

Beta testing - Free OpenVZ VPS for testing

tunetune Member, Provider
edited January 2015 in General

TuneVPS Hosting Solutions is proud to announce that we are ready to launch our openvz beta vps product. We are planning on rolling out 20 beta accounts initially. Beta VPS will auto terminate after 15 days, but you can also renew it at a cheaper price if you want to continue to use.

TuneVPS will open VPS nodes for its beta testers absolutely free with the hope of correcting any issues before the service is offered live to the public.

Website: tunevps.com

Our VPS's are located in the NewYork, USA datacenter.

Node Hardware:

32 GB RAM, RAID 10 HDD, Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1270 v3 @ 3.50GHz

All beta testers will get an allocation of 512MB RAM, 15GB HDD, 100GB Bandwidth, 2 Core and 1 IP address.

Terms Of Beta Testing

  1. You must not use VPS for illegal purpose.
  2. We are since using Fraudrecords to review our order, if you have bad reputation at fraud records, we wont offer you a VM for the testing.

**Click Here to register your interest for the beta! **

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  • What will be the renewal cost for this plan?

    Can you see the hidden white space?

  • tunetune Member, Provider
    edited January 2015

    $2.99 per month and plan will be converted to

    512 MB RAM + vSwapd, 500 GB Monthly Bandwidth, 25 GB RAID-10 Space, 1 IPv4 Address, 2 CPU Cores @ 3.5GHz

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  • [email protected]:~# free -m total used free shared buffers cached Mem: 512 23 488 0 0 12 -/+ buffers/cache: 11 500 Swap: 512 0 512

    [email protected]:~# wget freevps.us/downloads/bench.sh -O - -o /dev/null|bash CPU model : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1270 v3 @ 3.50GHz Number of cores : 2 CPU frequency : 800.000 MHz Total amount of ram : 512 MB Total amount of swap : 512 MB System uptime : 7 min, Download speed from CacheFly: 89.1MB/s Download speed from Coloat, Atlanta GA: 11.8MB/s Download speed from Softlayer, Dallas, TX: 64.9MB/s Download speed from Linode, Tokyo, JP: 7.47MB/s Download speed from i3d.net, Rotterdam, NL: 9.78MB/s Download speed from Leaseweb, Haarlem, NL: 9.80MB/s Download speed from Softlayer, Singapore: 9.44MB/s Download speed from Softlayer, Seattle, WA: 75.2MB/s Download speed from Softlayer, San Jose, CA: 94.8MB/s Download speed from Softlayer, Washington, DC: 31.7MB/s I/O speed : 518 MB/s

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  • tunetune Member, Provider

    We are accepting 10 more accounts. You can use same URL for the signup.

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  • manlivomanlivo Member
    edited January 2015

    We found malware being uploaded in your vm which is against our terms and hence we have denied beta testing vm for you.

    Sorry but I only run a benchmark command and download 2,3 files for test speed. I don't upload any files to vm.

  • blackblack Member
    edited January 2015
     #  The password you entered is not strong enough - please enter a more complex password  #  

    I'm using the password

    MKDRZCueKzZBGFEaN7zgAhjRCsOAfqpH7qUDuWS8YhgvlwY11x

    How is that not strong enough? Additionally, it makes no further indication on what else that's required in the password for it to be "strong."

    Edit: Looks like it wants special characters.

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  • 0xdragon0xdragon Member
    edited January 2015

    @black said: How is that not strong enough? Additionally, it makes no further indication on what else that's required in the password for it to be "strong."

    I'm guess you need symbols such as "@#&".

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  • tunetune Member, Provider

    @black said:

     #  The password you entered is not strong enough - please enter a more complex password  #  

    I'm using the password

    MKDRZCueKzZBGFEaN7zgAhjRCsOAfqpH7qUDuWS8YhgvlwY11x

    How is that not strong enough? Additionally, it makes no further indication on what else that's required in the password for it to be "strong."

    Edit: Looks like it wants special characters.

    Exactly. It needs to have a special characters. I would mention it on order form. Thanks.

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  • tunetune Member, Provider

    Please do let us know any other recommendations.

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  • blackblack Member
    edited January 2015
    -------------Speed test--------------------
    Testing North America locations
    Speedtest from Portland, Oregon, USA [ generously donated by http://bonevm.com ] on a shared 100 Mbps port
        Download Speed: 10.74 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 9.45 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Los Angeles, CA, USA [ generously donated by http://maximumvps.net ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
        Download Speed: 40.98 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 31.72 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Los Angeles, CA, USA [ generously donated by TeraFire, LLC ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
        Download Speed: 67.44 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 22.71 MB/sec
    Speedtest from San Jose, CA, USA on a shared 1 Gbps port
        Download Speed: 48.00 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 21.74 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Las Vegas, NV, USA [ generously donated by http://hostnun.net/ ] on a shared 200 Mbps port
        Download Speed: 11.30 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 9.52 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Denver, CO, USA on a shared 100 Mbps port
        Download Speed: 9.72 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 9.63 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Kansas City, MO, USA [ generously donated by http://megavz.com ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
        Download Speed: 36.10 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 8.91 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Dallas, TX, USA [ generously donated by http://cloudshards.com ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
        Download Speed: 22.39 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 29.30 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Chicago, IL, USA [ generously donated by http://vortexservers.com ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
        Download Speed: 16.34 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 23.86 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Beauharnois, Quebec, Canada [ generously donated by http://mycustomhosting.net ] on a shared 1000 Mbps port in / 500 Mbps port out
        Download Speed: 11.87 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 7.98 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Buffalo, NY, USA on a shared 1 Gpbs port:
        Download Speed: 8.56 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 1.55 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Atlanta, GA, USA [ generously donated by http://hostus.us ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
        Download Speed: 28.19 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 16.18 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Lenoir, NC, USA [ generously donated by http://megavz.com ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
        Download Speed: 26.04 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 17.39 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Jacksonville, FL, USA [ generously donated by http://maximumvps.net ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
        Download Speed: 21.54 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 13.61 MB/sec
    
    Testing EU locations
    Speedtest from Tallinn, Estonia on a shared 1 Gbps port
        Download Speed: 4.41 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 6.00 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Paris, France on a shared 1 Gbps port
        Download Speed: 3.27 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 2.49 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Milan, Italy [ generously donated by http://www.prometeus.net ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
        Download Speed: 11.53 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 8.82 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Dusseldorf, Germany [ generously donated by http://megavz.com ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
        Download Speed: 7.75 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 6.97 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Falkenstein, Germany [ generously donated by http://megavz.com ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
        Download Speed: 2.70 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 7.66 MB/sec
    Speedtest from Bucharest, Romania [ generously donated by http://www.prometeus.net ] on a semi-dedicated 1 Gbps port
        Download Speed: 8.07 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 1.41 MB/sec
    
    Testing Asian locations
    Speedtest from Tokyo, Japan on a shared 1 Gbps port
        Download Speed: 4.63 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 4.15 MB/sec
    
    Testing Australian locations
    Speedtest from Sydney, Australia on a shared 1 Gbps port
        Download Speed: 1.64 MB/sec
        Upload speed: 1.07 MB/sec
    ---------------CPU test--------------------
    CPU: 2 x Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1270 v3 @ 3.50GHz
    Time taken to generate PI to 5000 decimal places with a single thread: 0m20.367s
    ----------------IO test-------------------
    Writing 1000MB file to disk
    (1.1 GB) copied, 2.04571 s, 525 MB/s
    

    Stats look pretty good in beta but it depends on the density of the node when it's released for purchase.

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  • Grabbed one,
    Waiting for the delivery :) Security seems to be good enough regarding to password but well, you should have hidden the password in Welcome Email :P

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  • @Sady said: Grabbed one,
    Waiting for the delivery :) Security seems to be good enough regarding to password but well, you should have hidden the password in Welcome Email :P

    Thankfully they didn't, because I had to modify my password on sign up so much just to be able to register an account.

    [Disclosure: I work for a public institution, any comments made reflect myself and my personal views only.]

  • @Pwner said: Thankfully they didn't, because I had to modify my password on sign up so much just to be able to register an account.

    Exactly same to me :D

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  • Just got mine. Pretty fast. No problem so far.

  • tunetune Member, Provider

    @black said:

    > -------------Speed test--------------------
    > Testing North America locations
    > Speedtest from Portland, Oregon, USA [ generously donated by http://bonevm.com ] on a shared 100 Mbps port
    >   Download Speed: 10.74 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 9.45 MB/sec
    > Speedtest from Los Angeles, CA, USA [ generously donated by http://maximumvps.net ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
    >   Download Speed: 40.98 MB/sec
    
    >   Upload speed: 31.72 MB/sec
    > Speedtest from Los Angeles, CA, USA [ generously donated by TeraFire, LLC ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
    >   Download Speed: 67.44 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 22.71 MB/sec
    > Speedtest from San Jose, CA, USA on a shared 1 Gbps port
    >   Download Speed: 48.00 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 21.74 MB/sec
    > Speedtest from Las Vegas, NV, USA [ generously donated by http://hostnun.net/ ] on a shared 200 Mbps port
    >   Download Speed: 11.30 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 9.52 MB/sec
    > Speedtest from Denver, CO, USA on a shared 100 Mbps port
    >   Download Speed: 9.72 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 9.63 MB/sec
    > Speedtest from Kansas City, MO, USA [ generously donated by http://megavz.com ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
    >   Download Speed: 36.10 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 8.91 MB/sec
    > Speedtest from Dallas, TX, USA [ generously donated by http://cloudshards.com ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
    >   Download Speed: 22.39 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 29.30 MB/sec
    > Speedtest from Chicago, IL, USA [ generously donated by http://vortexservers.com ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
    >   Download Speed: 16.34 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 23.86 MB/sec
    > Speedtest from Beauharnois, Quebec, Canada [ generously donated by http://mycustomhosting.net ] on a shared 1000 Mbps port in / 500 Mbps port out
    >   Download Speed: 11.87 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 7.98 MB/sec
    > Speedtest from Buffalo, NY, USA on a shared 1 Gpbs port:
    >   Download Speed: 8.56 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 1.55 MB/sec
    > Speedtest from Atlanta, GA, USA [ generously donated by http://hostus.us ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
    >   Download Speed: 28.19 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 16.18 MB/sec
    > Speedtest from Lenoir, NC, USA [ generously donated by http://megavz.com ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
    >   Download Speed: 26.04 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 17.39 MB/sec
    > Speedtest from Jacksonville, FL, USA [ generously donated by http://maximumvps.net ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
    >   Download Speed: 21.54 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 13.61 MB/sec
    > 
    > Testing EU locations
    > Speedtest from Tallinn, Estonia on a shared 1 Gbps port
    >   Download Speed: 4.41 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 6.00 MB/sec
    > Speedtest from Paris, France on a shared 1 Gbps port
    >   Download Speed: 3.27 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 2.49 MB/sec
    > Speedtest from Milan, Italy [ generously donated by http://www.prometeus.net ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
    >   Download Speed: 11.53 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 8.82 MB/sec
    > Speedtest from Dusseldorf, Germany [ generously donated by http://megavz.com ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
    >   Download Speed: 7.75 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 6.97 MB/sec
    > Speedtest from Falkenstein, Germany [ generously donated by http://megavz.com ] on a shared 1 Gbps port
    >   Download Speed: 2.70 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 7.66 MB/sec
    > Speedtest from Bucharest, Romania [ generously donated by http://www.prometeus.net ] on a semi-dedicated 1 Gbps port
    >   Download Speed: 8.07 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 1.41 MB/sec
    > 
    > Testing Asian locations
    > Speedtest from Tokyo, Japan on a shared 1 Gbps port
    >   Download Speed: 4.63 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 4.15 MB/sec
    > 
    > Testing Australian locations
    > Speedtest from Sydney, Australia on a shared 1 Gbps port
    >   Download Speed: 1.64 MB/sec
    >   Upload speed: 1.07 MB/sec
    > ---------------CPU test--------------------
    > CPU: 2 x Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1270 v3 @ 3.50GHz
    > Time taken to generate PI to 5000 decimal places with a single thread: 0m20.367s
    > ----------------IO test-------------------
    > Writing 1000MB file to disk
    > (1.1 GB) copied, 2.04571 s, 525 MB/s
    > 

    Stats look pretty good in beta but it depends on the density of the node when it's released for purchase.

    We are looking forward to keep minimum vm density to offer excellent performance.

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  • tunetune Member, Provider

    Thanks guys for the feedback so far. I am taking note of everything and improving our system.

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  • fraud? something amiss with your reporting

  • How long can I try the VPS?

  • tunetune Member, Provider
    edited January 2015

    @hico, - If you would have used proxy then your order marked as fraud.

    @windytime90 - 15 days

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  • @tune no, that is not correct and disingenuous to post as such. I applaud your courage to start a business in a very competitive environment but if you hope to endure, or even delay your entry to deadpool status, you have to be honest in all issues in dealing with the public.

  • tunetune Member, Provider

    @hico, what is your order id? You can send an email to support. I will check and get back to you.

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  • tunetune Member, Provider

    We are now accepting 10 more accounts.

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  • @Pwner said: Thankfully they didn't, because I had to modify my password on sign up so much just to be able to register an account.

    Better to show passwd in the CP than to send by email. Assuming, of course, that CP is accessible over SSL.

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  • @tune said: We are now accepting 10 more accounts. Thanks for the beta test!

  • tunetune Member, Provider

    @AlanB, no more stock right now. We will let you know once we will have more stock available for the beta testing.

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  • aceanceaceance Member without signature

    Got a account... In my 1st look. HDD and Network is superfast but CPU I/O seems too slow.

  • tunetune Member, Provider

    @aceance said: Got a account... In my 1st look. HDD and Network is superfast but CPU I/O seems too slow.

    Can you please email us your i/o result? From my various test, I do see excellent i/o speed.

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  • aceanceaceance Member without signature

    @tune said: Can you please email us your i/o result? From my various test, I do see excellent i/o speed.

    Ohh its was temporary problem with VPS, now working normal after reboot.

  • tunetune Member, Provider

    @aceance said: Ohh its was temporary problem with VPS, now working normal after reboot.

    Nice to hear :)

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  • get 1 box running serverbear benchmark and speedtest to some location in my country 1. running script serverbear but not finish, stopped because vm reboot ? 2. running script and finished http://serverbear.com/benchmark/2015/01/09/FNP2XDX07SInCuuw 3. speedtest result not consistent, maybe other user doing some network test 4. vps suspended Suspension Reason: Network Abuse

  • tunetune Member, Provider

    @shell, whats IP? Send an email to support please. I will have a look.

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  • Oops, there's a problem...

    Out of Stock

  • shell said: get 1 box running serverbear benchmark and speedtest to some location in my country 1. running script serverbear but not finish, stopped because vm reboot ? 2. running script and finished http://serverbear.com/benchmark/2015/01/09/FNP2XDX07SInCuuw 3. speedtest result not consistent, maybe other user doing some network test 4. vps suspended Suspension Reason: Network Abuse

    At least, you could run a serverbeat benchmark script. I've just checked my email, got the VPS details but it got suspended, the reason given is "Malware", I check the mail time and see that I got the mail about my VPS got suspended after 3 hours of the first email about VPS details.

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  • teppeikunteppeikun Member
    edited January 2015

    you do not have 128 mb ram openvz plan. maybe, it is better if you have vps 128 mb Ram with cheaper price, it helpfull for vps backup.

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  • tunetune Member, Provider

    @giang, i would suggest you to submit a ticket. There must be a reason why we would have suspended your account.

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  • tunetune Member, Provider

    @teppeikun, we can offer that. Just send an email to sales. You can use our online contact form.

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  • tunetune Member, Provider

    @Lewatan, right. We accepted 40 accounts so far and not willing to add more on the current node. We might roll out some more accounts on new server we would setup. Stay tuned.

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  • @tune said: shell, whats IP? Send an email to support please. I will have a look.

    Ticket Created #TUNE-Kf024

    @giang said: At least, you could run a serverbeat benchmark script. I've just checked my email, got the VPS details but it got suspended, the reason given is "Malware", I check the mail time and see that I got the mail about my VPS got suspended after 3 hours of the first email about VPS details.

    haha i was just lucky, but terminated in few hours LOL

  • tunetune Member, Provider

    Our beta testing program ending today. We will open our products for sell by tomorrow. If you are interested, please do visit our website. Tunevps.com

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