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    Its March Madness at Front Range Hosting, 40% Off SSD Cached OpenVZ, and 30% off SSD Cached KVM!

    FRCoreyFRCorey Member
    edited March 2013 in Offers

    It's March Madness at Front Range Hosting! With deep discounts for our SSD Cached OpenVZ plans 40% off for life of your account and if you upgrade your plan anytime you get the same discount on the higher plans. Our SSD Cached KVM plans are also deeply discounted with 30% off with the same lifetime discount and upgrade policy!

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    We have dozens of templates for OpenVZ with the most popular Linux OS's available.

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    Our KVM plans have over 70 popular *nix *bsd ISO's available to install the OS you want and we accept requests. We do not support Windows VPS at this time though.

    The full list of KVM ISO's are at http://www.frontrangehosting.com/vps.php

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    Comments

    • 5hi745hi74 Member

      any test ip?

    • Already grabbed one of these. Nice box, good work FRH.

      You could keep reading this on a site infamous for its ties to (ahem) one particular organization, or you could check out vpsBoard, which has no such ties and tolerates no bullshit. Your choice.

    • kornnflakekornnflake Member
      edited March 2013

      I'm really happy with my kvm node from FRH. But the network is a bit slow. After some tweaking I ended up with the following result using their kvm ssd cached vps.

      [email protected]:~$ dd if=/dev/zero of=test bs=64k count=16k conv=fdatasync; unlink test
      16384+0 records in
      16384+0 records out
      1073741824 bytes (1.1 GB) copied, 1.72069 s, 624 MB/s
      
    • I have a yearly 128Mb KVM, love it

    • derrysderrys Member
      edited March 2013

      I have a KVM 512MB nodes with them, it's been 2 months. Just love it, except last data center outage.

    • ZinnVPSZinnVPS Disabled

      frontrange rocks dude i got 4 kvm vps with them!

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    • Testip is testden.frontrangehosting.com

      @kornnflake where are you located, the network utilization is pretty low on most nodes, are you using the virtio network interface?

    • Corey, how many cores for OpenVZ plans? Thanks.

      I'm here to collect your heart

    • I'm happy with my 512MB KVM. It was my squirrelmail box until they had a string of power outages (not their fault) and had to move it to my buyvm node. Not sure what I'll do with my KVM with F.R.H. now, but im sure I'll figure something out.

      Overall I've been pleased and FRCorey seems easy to get along with if you ever need help.

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