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    VPSByte?

    Anyone has reviews on them? I did a search on WHT, but found no reviews

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    I'll be very careful using them when the title of their home page is:

    "VPSByte - The VPS Solutions on the Network you can't trust. - HaX0r3D"

    Maybe someone should contact these guys? Otherwise VMWare-based VPS is interesting.

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    Thanks,

    I contacted the support person.

    Hope he can fix it.

    They are offering OpenVZ now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ylsy
    I'll be very careful using them when the title of their home page is:

    "VPSByte - The VPS Solutions on the Network you can't trust. - HaX0r3D"

    Maybe someone should contact these guys? Otherwise VMWare-based VPS is interesting.
    Sorry, it looks like one of our techs had done this. We are investigating, we apologize. Our vps's are now openvz based.

    Thanks.
    VPSFuze.com - Performance should be noticeable - VPS Hosting at its best.
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    Anyone else has reviews on their service?

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    I have referred my friend to this company and it was ok but it's down right now because they are switching over from VMWare to OpenVZ.

    Edit: looks like it's back up...

    198.145.40.57 to ping.

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    Pardon me, I am relatively new to the VPS settings, not to the term though. I've heard and used VMWare before, but what's OpenVZ? Is it much better than VMWare?

    Anyway, back to the main topic, services reviews? SLA? uptime? Support? Do they notify customer 1-2 days beforehand when they do maintainance, etc.. Thanks in advance

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    OpenVZ is Virtuozzo but without the gui, however we have HyperVM installed so we can manage each vps using a gui. Vmware had some issues and ran very poorly on our server.

    We notified everyone 3 days before the transfer.

    Thanks,
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    Is there any test download link?

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