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Limited time offer! 40% off Cloud VPS! 2GB RAM @ $3 per month, NVMe & Intel E Powered

WSCallumWSCallum Member, Provider

With a variety of Cloud Servers on offer, we're packing the punch with 40% off both our Performance Intel E powered and AMD EPYC powered Cloud VPS ranges in both Los Angeles and Amsterdam, Netherlands! This is an exclusive limited time offer that expires next Friday, 23rd July 2021!

Performance Range:
Intel E-2278G CPUs & RAID 1 NVMe SSD Disks
Available in Los Angeles, US

P1 Package:
1GB RAM | 15GB NVMe Disk | 1 CPU Core @ 3.4GHz+ | 2TB Monthly Bandwidth | 1 IPv4
$2.10 Monthly - ORDER HERE

P2 Package:
2GB RAM | 25GB NVMe Disk | 1 CPU Core @ 3.4GHz+ | 3TB Monthly Bandwidth | 1IPv4
$3.00 Monthly - ORDER HERE

P4 Package:
4GB RAM | 40GB NVMe Disk | 2 CPU Cores @ 3.4GHz+ | 4TB Monthly Bandwidth | 1IPv4
$6.00 Monthly - ORDER HERE

AMD EPYC Range:
AMD EPYC 7302P CPUs & RAID 10 SSD Disks
Available in Amsterdam, Netherlands

S1 Package:
1GB RAM | 20GB SSD Disk | 1 CPU Core | Unmetered Bandwidth | 1 IPv4 | /80 IPv6
$2.70 Monthly - ORDER HERE

S2 Package:
2GB RAM | 40GB SSD Disk | 2 CPU Cores | Unmetered Bandwidth | 1IPv4 | /80 IPv6
$4.50 Monthly - ORDER HERE

Features:
* DDoS Protected
* KVM Virtualization
* Free Snapshots
* Automatic Backups
* VNC Console
* Recovery Mode
* Custom ISOs
* One Click Applications

Looking Glass/Test IPs:
Los Angeles, United States
Amsterdam, Netherlands

FAQs
What payment methods do you accept?
We accept payments via PayPal, Debit/Credit Card (Stripe) and Crypto via Coinify.

What operating systems are offered?
Click here for a full list. You can upload and run from a Custom ISO as well.

Money back guarantee?
All of our packages are backed by a 14 day money back guarantee.

Can I upgrade/downgrade in future?
It's possible to upgrade at any time from within our client area - Downgrading is not offered at this time.

Is there an uptime guarantee?
We truly believe in the reliability of our services - That's why we back them with a 99.9% uptime guarantee in line with our Service Level Agreement.

Want to know more? Contact our sales team here or email us on [email protected]

Clouveo - SSD/NVMe Cloud VPS & Hosting
AMD EPYC & Intel E Cloud VPS | DDoS Protected | Snapshots | Auto Backups

Comments

  • imgmoneyimgmoney Member

    Can you post YABS of S1

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  • WSCallumWSCallum Member, Provider

    @imgmoney said:
    Can you post YABS of S1

    Sure

    # ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## #
    #              Yet-Another-Bench-Script              #
    #                     v2021-06-05                    #
    # https://github.com/masonr/yet-another-bench-script #
    # ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## #
    
    Thu Jul 15 22:03:04 BST 2021
    
    Basic System Information:
    ---------------------------------
    Processor  : AMD EPYC 7302P 16-Core Processor
    CPU cores  : 1 @ 3000.000 MHz
    AES-NI     : ✔ Enabled
    VM-x/AMD-V : ✔ Enabled
    RAM        : 990.9 MiB
    Swap       : 615.0 MiB
    Disk       : 19.4 GiB
    
    fio Disk Speed Tests (Mixed R/W 50/50):
    ---------------------------------
    Block Size | 4k            (IOPS) | 64k           (IOPS)
      ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
    Read       | 195.95 MB/s  (48.9k) | 1.37 GB/s    (21.4k)
    Write      | 196.47 MB/s  (49.1k) | 1.37 GB/s    (21.5k)
    Total      | 392.43 MB/s  (98.1k) | 2.75 GB/s    (43.0k)
               |                      |
    Block Size | 512k          (IOPS) | 1m            (IOPS)
      ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
    Read       | 1.81 GB/s     (3.5k) | 1.90 GB/s     (1.8k)
    Write      | 1.91 GB/s     (3.7k) | 2.02 GB/s     (1.9k)
    Total      | 3.72 GB/s     (7.2k) | 3.92 GB/s     (3.8k)
    
    iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv4):
    ---------------------------------
    Provider        | Location (Link)           | Send Speed      | Recv Speed
                    |                           |                 |
    Clouvider       | London, UK (10G)          | 855 Mbits/sec   | 774 Mbits/sec
    Online.net      | Paris, FR (10G)           | 842 Mbits/sec   | 759 Mbits/sec
    WorldStream     | The Netherlands (10G)     | 856 Mbits/sec   | 774 Mbits/sec
    Biznet          | Jakarta, Indonesia (1G)   | 689 Mbits/sec   | 201 Mbits/sec
    Clouvider       | NYC, NY, US (10G)         | 821 Mbits/sec   | 455 Mbits/sec
    Velocity Online | Tallahassee, FL, US (10G) | 771 Mbits/sec   | 502 Mbits/sec
    Clouvider       | Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) | 763 Mbits/sec   | 386 Mbits/sec
    Iveloz Telecom  | Sao Paulo, BR (2G)        | 651 Mbits/sec   | 243 Mbits/sec
    
    Geekbench 4 Benchmark Test:
    ---------------------------------
    Test            | Value
                    |
    Single Core     | 4033
    Multi Core      | 3788
    Full Test       | https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/16264275
    
    Geekbench 5 Benchmark Test:
    ---------------------------------
    Test            | Value
                    |
    Single Core     | 840
    Multi Core      | 853
    Full Test       | https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/cpu/8835386
    

    Clouveo - SSD/NVMe Cloud VPS & Hosting
    AMD EPYC & Intel E Cloud VPS | DDoS Protected | Snapshots | Auto Backups

  • pxmeteorpxmeteor Member

    Hello, I have paid by paypal, but the VPS is not activated, and I have submitted the work order many times so far the past 12 hours. I am in a hurry, please check it, thank you!

  • JioJio Member

    @pxmeteor said: Hello, I have paid by paypal, but the VPS is not activated, and I have submitted the work order many times so far the past 12 hours. I am in a hurry, please check it, thank you!

    have you considered not fucking "submitting tickets many times in 12 hours" for a $2 product

  • JonesJones Member

    @WSCallum

    * DDoS Protected
    What level? Which type? Can you provide the relevant details?

  • zomby1zomby1 Member

    Any sales for dedicated servers?

  • hnzlethnzlet Member
    edited July 17

    The "$2.10 monthly" P1 package link is showing up as $3.50/month ($2.92/month if you buy 6 or 12 months) and the "$3.00 monthly" P2 package is showing up as $5/month ($4.17/month if you buy 6 or 12 months). The others appear to be more expensive than advertised, too.

    This seems like a classic bait-and-switch sales tactic. I'm hoping you are better than that. What is going on???

  • notarobonotarobo Member
    edited July 17

    @hnzlet said:
    The "$2.10 monthly" P1 package is showing up as $3.50/month ($2.92/month if you buy 6 or 12 months) and the "$3.00 monthly" P2 package is showing up as $5/month ($4.17/month if you buy 6 or 12 months).

    This seems like a bait-and-switch sales tactic, but I'm hoping you are better than that. What is going on???

    click "Continue"

  • hnzlethnzlet Member

    Ok, thanks and sorry for freaking out prematurely. My apologies, @WSCallum

  • lifehomelifehome Member

    I'm not here to discourage people to have business with Clouveo, but the downtime previously in Mid-June 2021 that lasted over 9 hours (per Clouveo status page it lasted over 22 hours), without any prior notice and explanations, brings me some extreme concerns.

    I am not sure if this is usual in the LET industry, but nothing, literally no explanation was released on all official channels. At the time the hypervisor is inaccessible, and after they're back up and running, I have monitored their Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and the very WHMCS ticket, I've got nothing but a canned response from the COO which I certainly understand the overwhelming ticket volume they could've received due to the downtime.

    But eventually I need to know what have happened. It just doesn't feel right to have incidents buried without a reason.

    Also back in March 2021(yea just earlier), there was a few hours' downtime due to a sudden, unexpected IP allocation change. Again, no explanation at all, nor any promised SLA compensation happened, I mean, if my criteria didn't meet then just tell me?


    I do still use Clouveo as they provide excellent geographical coverage and machine specifications for my needs, but I have migrated all important services away to other providers, having only less important tier workers with them, which will allow a more flexible uptime requirements.

  • WSCallumWSCallum Member, Provider

    @lifehome said:
    I'm not here to discourage people to have business with Clouveo, but the downtime previously in Mid-June 2021 that lasted over 9 hours (per Clouveo status page it lasted over 22 hours), without any prior notice and explanations, brings me some extreme concerns.

    I am not sure if this is usual in the LET industry, but nothing, literally no explanation was released on all official channels. At the time the hypervisor is inaccessible, and after they're back up and running, I have monitored their Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and the very WHMCS ticket, I've got nothing but a canned response from the COO which I certainly understand the overwhelming ticket volume they could've received due to the downtime.

    But eventually I need to know what have happened. It just doesn't feel right to have incidents buried without a reason.

    Also back in March 2021(yea just earlier), there was a few hours' downtime due to a sudden, unexpected IP allocation change. Again, no explanation at all, nor any promised SLA compensation happened, I mean, if my criteria didn't meet then just tell me?


    I do still use Clouveo as they provide excellent geographical coverage and machine specifications for my needs, but I have migrated all important services away to other providers, having only less important tier workers with them, which will allow a more flexible uptime requirements.

    You should've received an email with the RFO and information on claiming SLA so apologies if you didn't.

    Yes during downtime, a canned response will be sent simply pointing to the service status page as that's where the most relevant information is - There's no point responding to hundreds of tickets with updates as that's what we have the status page for.

    Clouveo - SSD/NVMe Cloud VPS & Hosting
    AMD EPYC & Intel E Cloud VPS | DDoS Protected | Snapshots | Auto Backups

  • lifehomelifehome Member

    @WSCallum said:

    @lifehome said:
    I'm not here to discourage people to have business with Clouveo, but the downtime previously in Mid-June 2021 that lasted over 9 hours (per Clouveo status page it lasted over 22 hours), without any prior notice and explanations, brings me some extreme concerns.

    I am not sure if this is usual in the LET industry, but nothing, literally no explanation was released on all official channels. At the time the hypervisor is inaccessible, and after they're back up and running, I have monitored their Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and the very WHMCS ticket, I've got nothing but a canned response from the COO which I certainly understand the overwhelming ticket volume they could've received due to the downtime.

    But eventually I need to know what have happened. It just doesn't feel right to have incidents buried without a reason.

    Also back in March 2021(yea just earlier), there was a few hours' downtime due to a sudden, unexpected IP allocation change. Again, no explanation at all, nor any promised SLA compensation happened, I mean, if my criteria didn't meet then just tell me?


    I do still use Clouveo as they provide excellent geographical coverage and machine specifications for my needs, but I have migrated all important services away to other providers, having only less important tier workers with them, which will allow a more flexible uptime requirements.

    You should've received an email with the RFO and information on claiming SLA so apologies if you didn't.

    Yes during downtime, a canned response will be sent simply pointing to the service status page as that's where the most relevant information is - There's no point responding to hundreds of tickets with updates as that's what we have the status page for.

    The fact that you failed to show the willingness to explain what happened scares me.

    If the hypervisor failed, at least we should know if a hard drive failed or something else.

    Up until now, I failed to see anything posted on the status page, nor any communications through official channels.

  • WSCallumWSCallum Member, Provider

    @lifehome said:

    @WSCallum said:

    @lifehome said:
    I'm not here to discourage people to have business with Clouveo, but the downtime previously in Mid-June 2021 that lasted over 9 hours (per Clouveo status page it lasted over 22 hours), without any prior notice and explanations, brings me some extreme concerns.

    I am not sure if this is usual in the LET industry, but nothing, literally no explanation was released on all official channels. At the time the hypervisor is inaccessible, and after they're back up and running, I have monitored their Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and the very WHMCS ticket, I've got nothing but a canned response from the COO which I certainly understand the overwhelming ticket volume they could've received due to the downtime.

    But eventually I need to know what have happened. It just doesn't feel right to have incidents buried without a reason.

    Also back in March 2021(yea just earlier), there was a few hours' downtime due to a sudden, unexpected IP allocation change. Again, no explanation at all, nor any promised SLA compensation happened, I mean, if my criteria didn't meet then just tell me?


    I do still use Clouveo as they provide excellent geographical coverage and machine specifications for my needs, but I have migrated all important services away to other providers, having only less important tier workers with them, which will allow a more flexible uptime requirements.

    You should've received an email with the RFO and information on claiming SLA so apologies if you didn't.

    Yes during downtime, a canned response will be sent simply pointing to the service status page as that's where the most relevant information is - There's no point responding to hundreds of tickets with updates as that's what we have the status page for.

    The fact that you failed to show the willingness to explain what happened scares me.

    If the hypervisor failed, at least we should know if a hard drive failed or something else.

    Up until now, I failed to see anything posted on the status page, nor any communications through official channels.

    Unsure what you mean - If you're referring to an "unwillingness" to during tickets, this is because we'll prioritise resolving the issue rather than updating potentially hundreds of tickets with the same information, when we can update a singular page with that information and this can be viewed in time by any clients. There's no unwillingness about it. Direct email communication was sent out afterwards with an RFO, once again, apologies if you didn't receive this.

    Feel free to contact us via Billing ticket to request the appropriate SLA per the email sent out.

    Clouveo - SSD/NVMe Cloud VPS & Hosting
    AMD EPYC & Intel E Cloud VPS | DDoS Protected | Snapshots | Auto Backups

  • lifehomelifehome Member

    @WSCallum said:

    @lifehome said:

    @WSCallum said:

    @lifehome said:
    I'm not here to discourage people to have business with Clouveo, but the downtime previously in Mid-June 2021 that lasted over 9 hours (per Clouveo status page it lasted over 22 hours), without any prior notice and explanations, brings me some extreme concerns.

    I am not sure if this is usual in the LET industry, but nothing, literally no explanation was released on all official channels. At the time the hypervisor is inaccessible, and after they're back up and running, I have monitored their Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and the very WHMCS ticket, I've got nothing but a canned response from the COO which I certainly understand the overwhelming ticket volume they could've received due to the downtime.

    But eventually I need to know what have happened. It just doesn't feel right to have incidents buried without a reason.

    Also back in March 2021(yea just earlier), there was a few hours' downtime due to a sudden, unexpected IP allocation change. Again, no explanation at all, nor any promised SLA compensation happened, I mean, if my criteria didn't meet then just tell me?


    I do still use Clouveo as they provide excellent geographical coverage and machine specifications for my needs, but I have migrated all important services away to other providers, having only less important tier workers with them, which will allow a more flexible uptime requirements.

    You should've received an email with the RFO and information on claiming SLA so apologies if you didn't.

    Yes during downtime, a canned response will be sent simply pointing to the service status page as that's where the most relevant information is - There's no point responding to hundreds of tickets with updates as that's what we have the status page for.

    The fact that you failed to show the willingness to explain what happened scares me.

    If the hypervisor failed, at least we should know if a hard drive failed or something else.

    Up until now, I failed to see anything posted on the status page, nor any communications through official channels.

    Unsure what you mean - If you're referring to an "unwillingness" to during tickets, this is because we'll prioritise resolving the issue rather than updating potentially hundreds of tickets with the same information, when we can update a singular page with that information and this can be viewed in time by any clients. There's no unwillingness about it. Direct email communication was sent out afterwards with an RFO, once again, apologies if you didn't receive this.

    Feel free to contact us via Billing ticket to request the appropriate SLA per the email sent out.

    Did you ever clicked into your own status page and see for yourself?

    I can't see any incident report on it.

    PS: I'm not interested in any SLA compensation or whatsoever, I just want a reliable and responsible provider that could collaborate and have business with in a long term.

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  • WSCallumWSCallum Member, Provider

    @lifehome said:

    @WSCallum said:

    @lifehome said:

    @WSCallum said:

    @lifehome said:
    I'm not here to discourage people to have business with Clouveo, but the downtime previously in Mid-June 2021 that lasted over 9 hours (per Clouveo status page it lasted over 22 hours), without any prior notice and explanations, brings me some extreme concerns.

    I am not sure if this is usual in the LET industry, but nothing, literally no explanation was released on all official channels. At the time the hypervisor is inaccessible, and after they're back up and running, I have monitored their Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and the very WHMCS ticket, I've got nothing but a canned response from the COO which I certainly understand the overwhelming ticket volume they could've received due to the downtime.

    But eventually I need to know what have happened. It just doesn't feel right to have incidents buried without a reason.

    Also back in March 2021(yea just earlier), there was a few hours' downtime due to a sudden, unexpected IP allocation change. Again, no explanation at all, nor any promised SLA compensation happened, I mean, if my criteria didn't meet then just tell me?


    I do still use Clouveo as they provide excellent geographical coverage and machine specifications for my needs, but I have migrated all important services away to other providers, having only less important tier workers with them, which will allow a more flexible uptime requirements.

    You should've received an email with the RFO and information on claiming SLA so apologies if you didn't.

    Yes during downtime, a canned response will be sent simply pointing to the service status page as that's where the most relevant information is - There's no point responding to hundreds of tickets with updates as that's what we have the status page for.

    The fact that you failed to show the willingness to explain what happened scares me.

    If the hypervisor failed, at least we should know if a hard drive failed or something else.

    Up until now, I failed to see anything posted on the status page, nor any communications through official channels.

    Unsure what you mean - If you're referring to an "unwillingness" to during tickets, this is because we'll prioritise resolving the issue rather than updating potentially hundreds of tickets with the same information, when we can update a singular page with that information and this can be viewed in time by any clients. There's no unwillingness about it. Direct email communication was sent out afterwards with an RFO, once again, apologies if you didn't receive this.

    Feel free to contact us via Billing ticket to request the appropriate SLA per the email sent out.

    Did you ever clicked into your own status page and see for yourself?

    I can't see any incident report on it.

    PS: I'm not interested in any SLA compensation or whatsoever, I just want a reliable and responsible provider that could collaborate and have business with in a long term.

    I'm 100% confident an incident was created at the time but it looks like it was incorrectly deleted, rather than closed.

    Thanks for pointing that out as I'll look into that further.

    Clouveo - SSD/NVMe Cloud VPS & Hosting
    AMD EPYC & Intel E Cloud VPS | DDoS Protected | Snapshots | Auto Backups

  • lifehomelifehome Member
    edited July 22

    I am seeing another downtime...

  • WSCallumWSCallum Member, Provider
    edited July 22

    @lifehome said:
    I am seeing another downtime...

    There was a 35 minute downtime earlier which we are investigating the cause of, we are still well within within our 99.9% uptime guarantee promise this month.

    Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

    Clouveo - SSD/NVMe Cloud VPS & Hosting
    AMD EPYC & Intel E Cloud VPS | DDoS Protected | Snapshots | Auto Backups

  • lifehomelifehome Member

    @WSCallum said:

    @lifehome said:
    I am seeing another downtime...

    There was a 35 minute downtime earlier which we are investigating the cause of, we are still well within within our 99.9% uptime guarantee promise this month.

    Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

    So do you mind explaining what happened?

  • WSCallumWSCallum Member, Provider

    @lifehome said:

    @WSCallum said:

    @lifehome said:
    I am seeing another downtime...

    There was a 35 minute downtime earlier which we are investigating the cause of, we are still well within within our 99.9% uptime guarantee promise this month.

    Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

    So do you mind explaining what happened?

    There was a networking related issue which was quickly resolved by the DC. Unfortunately I have no further detailed information as the short downtime kept us within our SLA so a full RFO wasn’t requested from the DC.

    Clouveo - SSD/NVMe Cloud VPS & Hosting
    AMD EPYC & Intel E Cloud VPS | DDoS Protected | Snapshots | Auto Backups

  • @WSCallum Can you guys please fix checkout so customers can checkout with PayPal without having to subscribe? Customers should not have to subscribe to make a one off payment.

    The current state of the check out with PayPal is obnoxious, if I wanted to subscribe I would choose it, instead, every time a payment is made I then have subscribe, then log into my account and cancel the subscription just to make a one off payment. To be honest this is getting to the point for me where its a debate over whether it is worth my time to renew or not because of all the hassle and annoyance from this process each time. I should have the choice to just pay my invoice at checkout and not have to subscribe each and every single time.

    Thanks for your time in review.

    Cheers!

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  • WSCallumWSCallum Member, Provider

    @TheLinuxBug said:
    @WSCallum Can you guys please fix checkout so customers can checkout with PayPal without having to subscribe? Customers should not have to subscribe to make a one off payment.

    The current state of the check out with PayPal is obnoxious, if I wanted to subscribe I would choose it, instead, every time a payment is made I then have subscribe, then log into my account and cancel the subscription just to make a one off payment. To be honest this is getting to the point for me where its a debate over whether it is worth my time to renew or not because of all the hassle and annoyance from this process each time. I should have the choice to just pay my invoice at checkout and not have to subscribe each and every single time.

    Thanks for your time in review.

    Cheers!

    This is down to WHMCS new implementation, unfortunately we cannot enable the old style checkout as this is in use on our WebSound brand, once the merger of that into Clouveo happens then we can enable the original non subscription style checkout, but this won’t be until later in the year.

    Clouveo - SSD/NVMe Cloud VPS & Hosting
    AMD EPYC & Intel E Cloud VPS | DDoS Protected | Snapshots | Auto Backups

  • Los Angeles VPS has been offline for many days. When will it be restored? There is no email notification when it is disconnected.

  • bdlbdl Member

    @pxmeteor said:
    Los Angeles VPS has been offline for many days. When will it be restored? There is no email notification when it is disconnected.

    Open a tiket.

  • lowendguy7lowendguy7 Member
    edited September 3

    dbl post

  • lowendguy7lowendguy7 Member
    edited September 3

    @lifehome said:
    I'm not here to discourage people to have business with Clouveo, but the downtime previously in Mid-June 2021 that lasted over 9 hours (per Clouveo status page it lasted over 22 hours), without any prior notice and explanations, brings me some extreme concerns.

    I am not sure if this is usual in the LET industry, but nothing, literally no explanation was released on all official channels. At the time the hypervisor is inaccessible, and after they're back up and running, I have monitored their Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and the very WHMCS ticket, I've got nothing but a canned response from the COO which I certainly understand the overwhelming ticket volume they could've received due to the downtime.

    But eventually I need to know what have happened. It just doesn't feel right to have incidents buried without a reason.

    Also back in March 2021(yea just earlier), there was a few hours' downtime due to a sudden, unexpected IP allocation change. Again, no explanation at all, nor any promised SLA compensation happened, I mean, if my criteria didn't meet then just tell me?


    I do still use Clouveo as they provide excellent geographical coverage and machine specifications for my needs, but I have migrated all important services away to other providers, having only less important tier workers with them, which will allow a more flexible uptime requirements.

    Thanks for bringing this to light in proper detail as this is exactly what I have experienced with what I just found out is their other company Websound. Many days downtime in August, no updates and same happened again on 2 other occasions. Seems they would rather just sweep any downtime under the carpet and hope you don't notice. As you say it is very worrying and I will now be moving.

    I gave them some slack the first time, thinking it might have been an exceptional thing but since it has happened on several occasions and adding your experience too under Clouveo it seems this is their general practice when anything goes wrong. Hide it and avoid owning up to it.

    Here is the Uptime status image

  • that's simply shitty innit

    I bench YABS 24/7/365 unless it's a leap year.

  • My VPS in Amsterdam is unavailable for more than 3 days. When will my VPS be up and running?

  • Amsterdam still down, if you have stuff on other locations, I'd make sure you have a backup. Not looking good.

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