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    • @sanvit said:

      Works fine for me?

      Yeah, it seems back to normal. But at that time, it did respond error even though I refreshed many times.

      Thanked by 1sanvit
    • @LeonDynamic said:
      @cpsd anything over 2TB will be unallocated space. Depends whether you want separate 2TB partitions or one big storage drive.

      I am sorry but I don't understand what you mean. I got this after the template reinstall.Do you think that there is something wrong because it is over 2TB?

      Disk /dev/vda: 3 TiB, 3221225472000 bytes, 6291456000 sectors
      Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes
      Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
      I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
      Disklabel type: gpt
      Disk identifier: 8B3C80ED-CB7D-400C-9A32-E6445917068C

      Device Start End Sectors Size Type
      /dev/vda1 2048 4095 2048 1M BIOS boot
      /dev/vda2 4096 6287259135 6287255040 2,9T Linux filesystem
      /dev/vda3 6287259136 6291453439 4194304 2G Linux swap

    • Doesn’t look like it. Full 3TB is there. Sorry I thought you had 3TB unallocated after the template install

      Thanked by 1cpsd
    • I'm interested on this kind of deal for a France please :)

    • Well bad luck

      Thanked by 1skorous

      grape

    • @lebidule said:
      I'm interested on this kind of deal for a France please :)

      Just as easy as that.

      Thanked by 1miu
    • FYI my two KVM storages (Amsterdam and now London) work great.
      I have installed Debian 10 + LAMP (with NGINX and MariaDB) + Mail (Postfix/Dovecot/rspamd/sieve) + Seafile (without memcached) + VPN
      Conclusion: I'm using 350MB RAM and it's very stable & fast
      These server are used only for personnal/family purposes

      Thanked by 2vimalware vyas11
    • Hi @Abdullah,
      one of my friends needs a storage VPS for Owncloud, your promotions look very attractive, but unfortunately we are late to the party.

      1 CPU core
      512 MB RAM
      250 GB storage
      1 TB bandwidth
      $15 per year

      This looks very interesting. Is it possible to buy one additional slab with this plan? If yes, do you think there will be stock available from 17th of September?

      If I am not wrong you will get these specs with one additional slab:

      1 CPU fore
      1512 MB RAM
      1,25 TB storage
      4 TB bandwidth
      $45 year (VPS $15, 1 slab $30)

      This also looks interesting, but it will have lower specs for a higher price ($48 year).

      1 CPU core
      1 GB RAM
      1 TB storage
      4 TB bandwidth
      $12 per quarter

      We are interested in the London location.

      Any thoughts?

      Thank you.

    • @Baris said:
      Hi @Abdullah,
      one of my friends needs a storage VPS for Owncloud, your promotions look very attractive, but unfortunately we are late to the party.

      1 CPU core
      512 MB RAM
      250 GB storage
      1 TB bandwidth
      $15 per year

      This looks very interesting. Is it possible to buy one additional slab with this plan? If yes, do you think there will be stock available from 17th of September?

      If I am not wrong you will get these specs with one additional slab:

      1 CPU fore
      1512 MB RAM
      1,25 TB storage
      4 TB bandwidth
      $45 year (VPS $15, 1 slab $30)


      This also looks interesting, but it will have lower specs for a higher price ($48 year).

      1 CPU core
      1 GB RAM
      1 TB storage
      4 TB bandwidth
      $12 per quarter

      We are interested in the London location.

      Any thoughts?

      Thank you.

      Afaik you cannot add 'chunks' for plans other than the one with base 3TB plan. So your best bet will be the $12/qtr plan or $84/y base plan (which IMO is worth ever cent)

      Thanked by 1Baris
    • Afaik you cannot add 'chunks' for plans other than the one with base 3TB plan. So your best bet will be the $12/qtr plan or $84/y base plan (which IMO is worth ever cent)

      Thank you, it will be the $12/qtr plan then :-)

      I keep my fingers crossed, I hope I can grab one 17th of September.

    • Got my server. 24 hour later I am suspended.

      Suspension Reason: Overdue on Payment

      Really ? This is plain stupid. I though you guys don't provision server If it's not paid. Also I have $30 sitting on my balance for the next server. Why it said overdue on payment, If I got both enough balance and doesn't have any outstanding invoice.

    • Mistakes do happen when you are overloaded with orders. Contact their billing and it should be fixed.

      Thanked by 1uptime

      My list of reliable providers :
      Ramnode : HostHatch : Dediserve : Serverica : GBServe : OnePoundWebHosting : Vultr : Few more under testing!

    • @niceboy said:
      Mistakes do happen when you are overloaded with orders. Contact their billing and it should be fixed.

      Yes, it has been fixed.

    • Are you loaded with orders? Cause I haven't received my server details after 24 hours. Didn't want to bombard with support emails hence the question here. Cheers.

    • AbdullahAbdullah Member, Provider

      @nuxli said:
      Are you loaded with orders? Cause I haven't received my server details after 24 hours. Didn't want to bombard with support emails hence the question here. Cheers.

      There's a few pending ones left - should be soon.

      Thanked by 1coreflux

      Premium SSD VPS in Sweden, Norway, Austria, US, Hong Kong and Netherlands w/ DDoS protection available!

    • Hello, I missed the event on the 10th. Is there any chance recently?

    • @ssjoy said:
      Hello, I missed the event on the 10th. Is there any chance recently?

      yes,the same deals will be active again from 17th September to 22nd September for people who missed out this time

      Thanked by 2vimalware uptime
    • It's well worth the wait. Their private network is awesome.

    • bdlbdl Member
      edited September 13

      @jbuggie said:
      It's well worth the wait. Their private network is awesome.

      Agreed.. I don't really need the storage, but now deciding if I want London or Chicago when I grab more when orders reopen :lol:

    • Why I can't resist the temptation to buy cheap severs. I've already had 4 HostHatch servers idling yet I still bought a new one.

      Thanked by 3BBTN Decicus coreflux
    • vyas11vyas11 Member
      edited September 13

      I did not think I would give in, but I DID give in :-) Chicago location.

      1 CPU core (15% dedicated)
      512 MB RAM
      8 GB NVMe disk (RAID-10)
      1 TB bandwidth
      $15 per year
      Free upgrade with double RAM, double disk, and 5x bandwidth (got it, thanks!)
      Free 40 Gbps DDoS protection available on request


      nench.sh v2019.07.20 -- https:// git. io/nench.sh
      benchmark timestamp: 2019-09-10 02:08:34 UTC


      Processor: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2690 v2 @ 3.00GHz
      CPU cores: 1
      Frequency: 2999.998 MHz
      RAM: 996M
      bash: line 156: swapon: command not found
      Swap: -
      Kernel: Linux 4.9.0-8-amd64 x86_64

      Disks:
      vda 16G HDD

      CPU: SHA256-hashing 500 MB
      3.176 seconds
      CPU: bzip2-compressing 500 MB
      5.566 seconds
      CPU: AES-encrypting 500 MB
      1.763 seconds

      ioping: seek rate
      min/avg/max/mdev = 69.9 us / 121.3 us / 7.69 ms / 89.1 us
      ioping: sequential read speed
      generated 15.8 k requests in 5.00 s, 3.85 GiB, 3.15 k iops, 788.7 MiB/s

      dd: sequential write speed
      1st run: 738.14 MiB/s
      2nd run: 953.67 MiB/s
      3rd run: 673.29 MiB/s
      average: 788.37 MiB/s

      IPv4 speedtests
      your IPv4: 193.29.62.xxxx

      Cachefly CDN:         81.74 MiB/s
      Leaseweb (NL):        22.94 MiB/s
      Softlayer DAL (US):   61.93 MiB/s
      Online.net (FR):      24.23 MiB/s
      OVH BHS (CA):         92.95 MiB/s
      

      No IPv6 connectivity detected

      Thanked by 1uptime

      Benchmark VPS'es || New! Review of Nexusbytes - Part I, Part II, Part III ||

    • want to know If any discount with storage plans in LA in black Friday. Thanks

    • We are hiring !!!
       
      We are new on this market, but that does not stop us from wishing to be the best.

      We are looking for: programmers, whmcs experts, system administrators, web-designers.We also have linux and windows servers.

      The program is 8 hours a day, from Monday to Friday. Experience is not necessary, but it provide an advantage.The salary starts from 1200 € and, of course, it can increase depending on the involvement and experience of each one.

      For more detailes you can contact us live on Skype at: [email protected]

    • FAT32FAT32 Member, Moderator, Deal Compiler Extraordinaire

      @GalaxY said:
      We are hiring !!!
       
      We are new on this market, but that does not stop us from wishing to be the best.

      We are looking for: programmers, whmcs experts, system administrators, web-designers.We also have linux and windows servers.

      The program is 8 hours a day, from Monday to Friday. Experience is not necessary, but it provide an advantage.The salary starts from 1200 € and, of course, it can increase depending on the involvement and experience of each one.

      For more detailes you can contact us live on Skype at: [email protected]

      How about you learn to not spam around first

      Perhaps, some dreams can only be dreams.

    • GalaxY said: The salary starts from 1200 € and, of course, it can increase depending on the involvement and experience of each one.

      Well at least 1200 per hours isn't bad at all.

      Thanked by 1Shot2
    • t0ny0t0ny0 Member
      edited September 14

      @ben47955 said:

      GalaxY said: The salary starts from 1200 € and, of course, it can increase depending on the involvement and experience of each one.

      Well at least 1200 per hours isn't bad at all.

      Salary is not hourly, sir.

      Although I agree - this is just spam from the looks of it

      Thanked by 1ITLabs
    • ben47955ben47955 Member
      edited September 14

      t0ny0 said: Salary is not hourly, sir.

      Oh, I'm not interested anymore then.

      Edit : In fact, it's not write if 1200 stand for minutes, hours, day, week or month. So confusing offer....

    • uptimeuptime Member
      edited September 14

      @GalaxY PHP selektor OK ?

      EDIT2:

      claiming this thread as soverign territorah until @Abdullah opens those deals back up (on the 17th?)

      rabble rabble rabble

      Thanked by 3ITLabs vyas11 t0ny0

      the Amitz.party lives on!

    • vyas11vyas11 Member
      edited September 14

      @t0ny0 said:

      @ben47955 said:

      GalaxY said: The salary starts from 1200 € and, of course, it can increase depending on the involvement and experience of each one.

      Well at least 1200 per hours isn't bad at all.

      Salary is not hourly, sir.

      Although I agree - this is just spam from the looks of it

      It might not be spam if @GalaxY is running the business on the servers from HostHatch. That can be considered validation of a reliable provider.
      "This provider is so awesome that I run a business off of the VPS and am ready to hire". I am sure that can be possible, but doubt in this particular case.

      you can contact us live on Skype at: [email protected]

      is there an option to contact someone on Skype when one is dead or yet to be born?

      Benchmark VPS'es || New! Review of Nexusbytes - Part I, Part II, Part III ||

    • @vyas11 said:
      is there an option to contact someone on Skype when one is dead or yet to be born?

      You may want to establish a telepathic connection with @Janevski to seek the truth. He has mastered other realms of existence and is now a spiritual Master who serves as guardian and keeper of the secret knowledge of "posting from beyond the grave".

      We ask Janevski to join us. Are you here?

      Thanked by 3uptime t0ny0 vyas11
    • lebidulelebidule Member
      edited September 17

      Are offers back online? :)
      I'm interested in Europe DC (like Oslo, Vienna or Stockholm) :) :)

    • ernie88ernie88 Member
      edited September 17

      Also waiting to grab another VPS from HostHatch.

      @lebidule said:
      I'm interested in Europe DC (like Oslo, Vienna or Stockholm) :) :)

      As far as I understood this was for London and Chicago locations only.

    • Thanked by 2ITLabs imok

      the Amitz.party lives on!

    • AbdullahAbdullah Member, Provider

      The offers listed in the original post are back online till the end of 22nd of September.

      Delivery ETA for Chicago NVMe servers is Friday evening. Chicago storage, London NVMe and London storage will be provisioned in 24 hours.

      Premium SSD VPS in Sweden, Norway, Austria, US, Hong Kong and Netherlands w/ DDoS protection available!

    • AbdullahAbdullah Member, Provider

      @lebidule said:
      Are offers back online? :)
      I'm interested in Europe DC (like Oslo, Vienna or Stockholm) :) :)

      We might have something in these locations on black Friday - nothing at this time unfortunately.

      Premium SSD VPS in Sweden, Norway, Austria, US, Hong Kong and Netherlands w/ DDoS protection available!

    • Thank you
      I tried :)

    • jbuggiejbuggie Member
      edited September 17

      Try to get a NVMe Chicago & got this response:

      Hello,

      We are currently full capacity in our NVMe CHI node and hence, only LON node is available. We are also adding new capacity in CHI, but we do not have any ETA at this point in time.

      Let us know how would you like to proceed.


      Ticket ID: #728900
      Subject: NVMe VPS @ Chicago
      Status: Answered
      Ticket URL: https://manage.hosthatch.com/support

    • t0ny0t0ny0 Member
      edited September 17

      @jbuggie said:

      Try to get a NVMe Chicago & got this response:

      Hello,

      We are currently full capacity in our NVMe CHI node and hence, only LON node is available. We are also adding new capacity in CHI, but we do not have any ETA at this point in time.

      Let us know how would you like to proceed.


      Ticket ID: #728900
      Subject: NVMe VPS @ Chicago
      Status: Answered
      Ticket URL: https://manage.hosthatch.com/support

      Perhaps this answers it?

      @Abdullah said:
      The offers listed in the original post are back online till the end of 22nd of September.

      Delivery ETA for Chicago NVMe servers is Friday evening. Chicago storage, London NVMe and London storage will be provisioned in 24 hours.

      Thanked by 2ITLabs miu
    • AbdullahAbdullah Member, Provider

      Yes, please mention you will wait and we'll place the ticket on-hold until we provision it.

      Thanked by 1uptime

      Premium SSD VPS in Sweden, Norway, Austria, US, Hong Kong and Netherlands w/ DDoS protection available!

    • miumiu Member
      edited September 17

      @t0ny0 said:

      @jbuggie said:

      Try to get a NVMe Chicago & got this response:

      Hello,

      We are currently full capacity in our NVMe CHI node and hence, only LON node is available. We are also adding new capacity in CHI, but we do not have any ETA at this point in time.

      Let us know how would you like to proceed.


      Ticket ID: #728900
      Subject: NVMe VPS @ Chicago
      Status: Answered
      Ticket URL: https://manage.hosthatch.com/support

      Perhaps this answers it?

      @Abdullah said:
      The offers listed in the original post are back online till the end of 22nd of September.

      Delivery ETA for Chicago NVMe servers is Friday evening. Chicago storage, London NVMe and London storage will be provisioned in 24 hours.

      There are 2 problems:

      1) anyone does not know read or understand wrote text
      2) any people (or most of people) will never satisfied w nothing and grateful for nothing.. (does not matter how nice deal it is)

      My personal opinion this is the best deal of this year
      So again one more time great THANK YOU HOST HATCH for this

      Thanked by 2bdl t0ny0
    • hzrhzr Member, Moderator

      @Abdullah hiding the recaptcha icon/terms/privacy links is technically a violation of google's terms and possibly some privacy laws due to how much data it collects..

    • AbdullahAbdullah Member, Provider

      @hzr said:
      @Abdullah hiding the recaptcha icon/terms/privacy links is technically a violation of google's terms and possibly some privacy laws due to how much data it collects..

      Will take care of it, thanks.

      Thanked by 1uptime

      Premium SSD VPS in Sweden, Norway, Austria, US, Hong Kong and Netherlands w/ DDoS protection available!

    • LexLex Member

      Placed an order for a storage one.

      Apparently I already had an account with hosthatch but I don't really remember having other services from them.

      Yet again, I have a really shitty memory.

      Love their interface so far, so easy and almost idiot-proof.

    • uptimeuptime Member
      edited September 18

      Abdullah said: Any bigger plans on our website can be bought with 2x RAM, 2x storage, 5x bandwidth and free DDoS protection - in Chicago and London.

      Some interesting possibilities with this option too - I just put in a ticket to confirm that this deal is still in effect (until September 22 I guess). So whenever Chicago is provisioned, $10 per month gets me a 100% dedicated vcore with 8 GB ram, 70 GB NVMe storage, and 10 TB bandwidth ... which will pair nicely with the nearby 6 TB storage beast (2 shared vcores and 6 GB ram - and I think something like 30 TB traffic - for $14.50 per month)

      Thanked by 1ITLabs

      the Amitz.party lives on!

    • @uptime said:
      $10 per month gets me a 100% dedicated vcore with 8 GB ram, 70 GB NVMe storage, and 10 TB bandwidth ...

      Insert mouth-watering.gif here

      Thanked by 1uptime
    • LexLex Member
      edited September 18

      Got my server provisioned within 2-3 hours? I honestly thought it's gonna take at least a day.

      So far I'm impressed both by the provisioning time and the specs/performance!

      [[email protected] ~]# ./bench.sh -a
      
       Benchmark started on 18-Sep-2019 06:07:23
      
       ## System Information
      
       OS Name     : CentOS Linux release 7.7.1908 (Core) N (64 bit)
       Kernel      : KVM / 3.10.0-1062.1.1.el7.x86_64
       Hostname    : server
       CPU Model   : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2690 v2 @ 3.00GHz
       CPU Cores   : 1 core @  2999.998 MHz
       CPU Cache   : 16384 KB
       Total RAM   : 486 MiB (Free 351 MiB)
       Total SWAP  : 511 MiB (Free 511MiB)
       Total Space : 246GB (1% used)
       Running for : 9hrs 50min 1sec
      
      
       ## CDN Speedtest
      
       CacheFly :  83.24 MiB/s |  665.90 Mbps  | ping   6.025ms
       Gdrive   :  60.01 MiB/s |  480.10 Mbps  | ping   8.692ms
      
      
       ## North America Speedtest
      
       Softlayer, Washington, USA :  11.06 MiB/s |   88.50 Mbps  | ping  77.718ms
       SoftLayer, San Jose, USA   :   5.57 MiB/s |   44.57 Mbps  | ping 139.571ms
       SoftLayer, Dallas, USA     :   4.69 MiB/s |   37.55 Mbps  | ping 113.939ms
       Vultr, New Jersey, USA     :  20.93 MiB/s |  167.46 Mbps  | ping  75.030ms
       Vultr, Seattle, USA        :   8.84 MiB/s |   70.70 Mbps  | ping 143.546ms
       Vultr, Dallas, USA         :  12.27 MiB/s |   98.13 Mbps  | ping 112.340ms
       Vultr, Los Angeles, USA    :   8.98 MiB/s |   71.81 Mbps  | ping 131.886ms
       Ramnode, New York, USA     :  15.85 MiB/s |  126.83 Mbps  | ping  72.148ms
       Ramnode, Atlanta, USA      :  10.85 MiB/s |   86.77 Mbps  | ping  94.125ms
       OVH, Beauharnois, Canada   :   6.59 MiB/s |   52.76 Mbps  | ping  88.270ms
      
      
       ## Europe Speedtest
      
       Vultr, London, UK            : 116.04 MiB/s |  928.30 Mbps  | ping   0.709ms
       LeaseWeb, Frankfurt, Germany :  74.94 MiB/s |  599.53 Mbps  | ping  20.303ms
       Hetzner, Germany             :  58.99 MiB/s |  471.92 Mbps  | ping  23.499ms
       Ramnode, Alblasserdam, NL    :  85.96 MiB/s |  687.68 Mbps  | ping   7.567ms
       Vultr, Amsterdam, NL         : 108.84 MiB/s |  870.72 Mbps  | ping   7.444ms
       EDIS, Stockholm, Sweden      :   2.14 KiB/s |    0.02 Mbps  | ping  24.340ms
       OVH, Roubaix, France         : 100.44 MiB/s |  803.49 Mbps  | ping   4.107ms
       Online, France               :  99.32 MiB/s |  794.59 Mbps  | ping  15.401ms
       Prometeus, Milan, Italy      :  17.78 MiB/s |  142.25 Mbps  | ping  24.009ms
      
      
       ## Exotic Speedtest
      
       Sydney, Australia     : 219.91 KiB/s |    1.72 Mbps  | ping 276.837ms
       Lagoon, New Caledonia :   1.68 MiB/s |   13.46 Mbps  | ping 341.825ms
       Hosteasy, Moldova     :  27.73 MiB/s |  221.80 Mbps  | ping  52.025ms
       Prima, Argentina      : 191.21 KiB/s |    1.49 Mbps  | ping error!
      
      
       ## Asia Speedtest
      
       SoftLayer, Singapore :   3.17 MiB/s |   25.37 Mbps  | ping 173.368ms
       Linode, Tokyo, Japan :   2.16 MiB/s |   17.28 Mbps  | ping 242.177ms
       Linode, Singapore    :   7.23 MiB/s |   57.82 Mbps  | ping 157.189ms
       Vultr, Tokyo, Japan  :   1.82 MiB/s |   14.55 Mbps  | ping 239.446ms
      
      
       ## IO Test
      
       CPU Speed:
          bzip2 512MB - bzip2 not found on system.
         sha256 512MB -   274 MB/s
         md5sum 512MB -   473 MB/s
      
       Disk Speed (512MB):
         I/O Speed  - 654 MB/s
         I/O Direct - 449 MB/s
      
       RAM Speed (243MB):
         Avg. write - 1877.3 MB/s
         Avg. read  - 4539.7 MB/s
      
       Benchmark finished in 103 seconds
      
      Thanked by 1uptime
    • @Lex said:
      Got my server provisioned within 2-3 hours? I honestly thought it's gonna take at least a day.

      So far I'm impressed both by the provisioning time and the specs/performance!

      [[email protected] ~]# ./bench.sh -a
      
       Benchmark started on 18-Sep-2019 06:07:23
      
       ## System Information
      
       OS Name     : CentOS Linux release 7.7.1908 (Core) N (64 bit)
       Kernel      : KVM / 3.10.0-1062.1.1.el7.x86_64
       Hostname    : server
       CPU Model   : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2690 v2 @ 3.00GHz
       CPU Cores   : 1 core @  2999.998 MHz
       CPU Cache   : 16384 KB
       Total RAM   : 486 MiB (Free 351 MiB)
       Total SWAP  : 511 MiB (Free 511MiB)
       Total Space : 246GB (1% used)
       Running for : 9hrs 50min 1sec
      
      
       ## CDN Speedtest
      
       CacheFly :  83.24 MiB/s |  665.90 Mbps  | ping   6.025ms
       Gdrive   :  60.01 MiB/s |  480.10 Mbps  | ping   8.692ms
      
      
       ## North America Speedtest
      
       Softlayer, Washington, USA :  11.06 MiB/s |   88.50 Mbps  | ping  77.718ms
       SoftLayer, San Jose, USA   :   5.57 MiB/s |   44.57 Mbps  | ping 139.571ms
       SoftLayer, Dallas, USA     :   4.69 MiB/s |   37.55 Mbps  | ping 113.939ms
       Vultr, New Jersey, USA     :  20.93 MiB/s |  167.46 Mbps  | ping  75.030ms
       Vultr, Seattle, USA        :   8.84 MiB/s |   70.70 Mbps  | ping 143.546ms
       Vultr, Dallas, USA         :  12.27 MiB/s |   98.13 Mbps  | ping 112.340ms
       Vultr, Los Angeles, USA    :   8.98 MiB/s |   71.81 Mbps  | ping 131.886ms
       Ramnode, New York, USA     :  15.85 MiB/s |  126.83 Mbps  | ping  72.148ms
       Ramnode, Atlanta, USA      :  10.85 MiB/s |   86.77 Mbps  | ping  94.125ms
       OVH, Beauharnois, Canada   :   6.59 MiB/s |   52.76 Mbps  | ping  88.270ms
      
      
       ## Europe Speedtest
      
       Vultr, London, UK            : 116.04 MiB/s |  928.30 Mbps  | ping   0.709ms
       LeaseWeb, Frankfurt, Germany :  74.94 MiB/s |  599.53 Mbps  | ping  20.303ms
       Hetzner, Germany             :  58.99 MiB/s |  471.92 Mbps  | ping  23.499ms
       Ramnode, Alblasserdam, NL    :  85.96 MiB/s |  687.68 Mbps  | ping   7.567ms
       Vultr, Amsterdam, NL         : 108.84 MiB/s |  870.72 Mbps  | ping   7.444ms
       EDIS, Stockholm, Sweden      :   2.14 KiB/s |    0.02 Mbps  | ping  24.340ms
       OVH, Roubaix, France         : 100.44 MiB/s |  803.49 Mbps  | ping   4.107ms
       Online, France               :  99.32 MiB/s |  794.59 Mbps  | ping  15.401ms
       Prometeus, Milan, Italy      :  17.78 MiB/s |  142.25 Mbps  | ping  24.009ms
      
      
       ## Exotic Speedtest
      
       Sydney, Australia     : 219.91 KiB/s |    1.72 Mbps  | ping 276.837ms
       Lagoon, New Caledonia :   1.68 MiB/s |   13.46 Mbps  | ping 341.825ms
       Hosteasy, Moldova     :  27.73 MiB/s |  221.80 Mbps  | ping  52.025ms
       Prima, Argentina      : 191.21 KiB/s |    1.49 Mbps  | ping error!
      
      
       ## Asia Speedtest
      
       SoftLayer, Singapore :   3.17 MiB/s |   25.37 Mbps  | ping 173.368ms
       Linode, Tokyo, Japan :   2.16 MiB/s |   17.28 Mbps  | ping 242.177ms
       Linode, Singapore    :   7.23 MiB/s |   57.82 Mbps  | ping 157.189ms
       Vultr, Tokyo, Japan  :   1.82 MiB/s |   14.55 Mbps  | ping 239.446ms
      
      
       ## IO Test
      
       CPU Speed:
          bzip2 512MB - bzip2 not found on system.
         sha256 512MB -   274 MB/s
         md5sum 512MB -   473 MB/s
      
       Disk Speed (512MB):
         I/O Speed  - 654 MB/s
         I/O Direct - 449 MB/s
      
       RAM Speed (243MB):
         Avg. write - 1877.3 MB/s
         Avg. read  - 4539.7 MB/s
      
       Benchmark finished in 103 seconds
      

      What bench script is this?

    • Looks like a combination of multiple tests rather than a single one

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    • I'm looking for a server in London, Ontario and Chicago, Kansas. Am I in the right place?

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    • Reverse DNS editing and IPv6 connectivity are still not available in London; they should be added soon. In addition to this, my VPS is lacking the additional interface needed for internal networking; don't know if it's just me.

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