I'm looking for a new VPS host, not because I don't like my current vps host (I do like them) but I need addiontal ram. I currently only have 256, and the only way for me to get more is to upgrade to a new plan, which I can't afford right now.
I have a price range of $35-45
I currently have 10gigs of space, 150 gigs of bandwidth, and 2 IP's. Fantastico (deluxe) would be really nice, but not necessary. Also, it needs to be using CPanel, if at all possible. =)
Among all the features of a given hosting, I'd say the memory size is the most important one. Bandwidth and disk size matter only for multimedia web site. For most of php web, which also means database driven, memory means a lot to the web site performance and the traffic it can handle.
Originally posted by RusselHarvey Thanks Turboz. It's truly amazing. 256MB ram guaranteed is more than what we currently have $196MB and the rest of the package is the same, for $45.
The only concern is that I noticed they run Fedora Core 2, is it stable enough?
To be honest I couldn't comment on the fedora core 2 as my VPS is still running redhat.
I don't know why they've changed to fedora but if it's anything like my VPS you won't have any problems. IF you have any problems powerVPS will sort it out quicker than most hosting companies.
As I said previously they're support is great. The only thing I can say is give them a try.
They also say on their site that they never oversell. I notice that their 256MB guaranteed RAM packages are on 1GB mem machines. Assuming that they don't oversell you would be 1 of 4 customers on the machine which isn't bad.