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  1. #1

    Searching a Really Good VPS

    Some weeks ago i move from dinix(webhostplus) to futurehosting, that was a nightmare decision. My account with dinix was a very limited VPS with only 150MB Guarantee, 6 GB Space and 200 GB traffic, some time ago my server downs 1 time in a month and support team takes a lot of time for reply (about 12 hours) , this beacuse one domain takes a lot of resources because 2 cgi scripts. the VPS account with dinix works, slow but almost time works.
    In geneneral my VPS has:
    8 domains, 1 with 40GB traffic per month, 1 with 2GB traffic per month and 6 accounts with mostly regular mail, briefly: my account with dinix only uses no more than 45GB in a month and each domain uses mambo open source or moodle.
    Currently, after my transfer from dinix to futurehosting, i can use only mail services because if i use any mambo or php script the server goes down in 10 mins, and this happends without include the cgi scripts (perl) which i have to transfer to another account with netfirms (simple hosting). The support team in futurehosting is great but i believe that their servers are really over sale, my account -supossly- has: 384MB RAM Guarantee (more than 100% more that dinix), more Disk and Transfer, but this not helps for a better performance.
    I need a really good VPS provider that can handle my 45GB traffic in a month without servers down each 10 minutes when i activate regular php scripts and good support. any suggestion?

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    What budget do you have for this ?
    UK SSD VPS without compromise - upto 250k IOPS !
    www.clustered.net

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    No more than 50 dollars month with cpanel and fantastico

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    A vps going down every 10 minutes with a light php script on it isn't usual, can you show us the output of 'cat /proc/user_beancounters'?
    So we can understand if the problem is the ram or not...


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    this happened in futurehosting? and i am thinking of going with them at the moment

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    This shows the command:

    Version: 2.5
    uid resource held maxheld barrier limit failcnt
    6106: kmemsize 5658869 5676566 20761600 23068672 225
    lockedpages 0 0 256 256 0
    privvmpages 94563 94608 262144 291271 320923
    shmpages 1371 1371 65536 65536 0
    dummy 0 0 0 0 0
    numproc 109 109 200 200 2214
    physpages 49287 49334 0 2147483647 0
    vmguarpages 0 0 98304 2147483647 0
    oomguarpages 49667 49714 98304 2147483647 0
    numtcpsock 40 40 500 500 0
    numflock 11 13 11340 12600 0
    numpty 2 2 64 64 0
    numsiginfo 0 1 256 256 133
    tcpsndbuf 89120 163336 754974 1258291 11
    tcprcvbuf 1384 2076 754974 1258291 16971
    othersockbuf 17824 22280 3271557 8388608 0
    dgramrcvbuf 0 692 1572864 1572864 0
    numothersock 22 26 500 500 0
    dcachesize 576296 579166 8304721 9227468 0
    numfile 1575 1617 8192 8192 1470
    dummy 0 0 0 0 0
    dummy 0 0 0 0 0
    dummy 0 0 0 0 0
    numiptent 57 57 500 500 0

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    Do NOTHING with webhostplus.com They are a cancer eating at the bowels of the Internet.

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    I vouch for PowerVPS. Hands down the best I've ever dealt with. I have 2 personal and now 2 VPS' for work. Support is amazing and I have great update.

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    I would personally recommend a2b2.com. Iv been with them since september and iv had nothing but good times with them, whenever iv had a problem they've managed to assist me and fix it, even if it wasnt even their problem. Rus is a really friendly guy and i think ud like it there.

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    powervps is great

    PowerVPS Rulez! I love these guys. Been with them for three months now, their uptime is as close to 100% as I've ever seen. They catch problems before I do. Techs are knowledgable and polite, AND they actually fix problems the first time! Heartily recommended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revelationdesign
    I vouch for PowerVPS. Hands down the best I've ever dealt with. I have 2 personal and now 2 VPS' for work. Support is amazing and I have great update.
    +1 for me too.

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    a few bugs, but overall good uptime and fast response from support

    9/10


    Keith

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    I have a bad experience about Powervps, all my vps was without email service during 8 hours.
    They refund my money.

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    I think the Production at Zone.net s in your price range.

    I've been with them for a while, no real problems... support is great.

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    alfonsdg, I didn't see this until now. If you could please PM me a ticket ID, I would like to review the issue.
    http://www.futurehosting.com
    Managed, Unmanaged VPS, Dedicated Servers, CDN
    Available locations: Australia, Amsterdam, Detroit, London, Santa Clara, Miami

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    suggestion - out of personal experience:

    - PowerVPS: support really second to none, with acceptable (just) but not stellar performance, excellent reliability - first choice if this is your first vps, if only for support : repeat: support second to none.

    - SLHost: superior performance, much better than PowerVPS (no contest), but support response not stellar

    ulysseNL


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    Last edited by ulysseNL; 12-19-2006 at 06:13 PM.

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    For performance, and support, I'm liking TekTonic.

    a lot

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