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IpxCore Current Status

IpxCore Current Status

fresher_06fresher_06 Member
edited August 2012 in General

Hi All,

Is anybody finding issues while connecting to their ipxcore VPS .. for me initially i was able to ssh .. then it became really slow.Now I am not at all able to ssh .. however i can ping my ip .. in soluvm it shows offline .i have rebooted it but it doesnt get rebooted.

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  • InfinityInfinity Retired Staff

    I saw something on IRC where Damian posted some crazy high loads, not too sure though. I'll let someone chime in.

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  • DamianDamian Member
    edited August 2012

    @fresher_06: which staff member did you talk to on live chat? Or what's the ticket # of the ticket you submitted? Lowendtalk is not IPXcore support, so i'd like to review the ticket or chat log and determine the breakdown where you didn't get a proper answer.

    Regardless:

    Some douchenozzle decided to sign up, then immediately begin flooding people. Not sure why it only recently started effecting other people: image

    I am no longer affiliated with IPXcore.
  • JacobJacob Member
    edited August 2012

    @Damian It's not much, but I'm guessing only 100Mbit right?

    Edit: Packets, Ah I see, 45K PPS.

  • @Damian .. I do understand that Lowendtalk is not IPXcore support .. but just posted here in case if somebody else is also facing similar temporary issues .. I totally believe in ipxcore and you guys are doing some awesome job :)

  • u4iau4ia Member

    @Damian said: which staff member did you talk to on live chat? Or what's the ticket # of the ticket you submitted?

    LOL :)

  • Seems like a support request or purposeful slandering to me. If you really wanted to know what was going on at ipxcore you could have asked their staff.

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  • DamianDamian Member
    edited August 2012

    image

    I am no longer affiliated with IPXcore.
  • SpiritSpirit Administrator
    edited August 2012

    @Damian I'm trying to find at your web page privacy policy but can't find it. Do you have any? Url? Thank you.

  • @Spirit said: Do you have any?

    We do not.

    I am no longer affiliated with IPXcore.
  • gsrdgrdghdgsrdgrdghd Member without signature

    @Damian do you think it's okay to publish your clients names and email addresses? We burned @Randy for the exact same thing.

  • I guess if they have no privacy policy there should be no expectation of privacy?

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  • That's one way to run a business. I mean, maybe not one I'd use, but...

  • InglarInglar Member
    edited August 2012

    We don't need any network testing

    Serverbear has added new incredible network test?

    just kidding

  • DamianDamian Member
    edited August 2012

    @gsrdgrdghd said: do you think it's okay to publish your clients names and email addresses?

    If they're going to arbitrarily ignore the rules that they agreed to when they signed up, then I fail to see why I need to give them personal indemnity for their actions, except maybe for moral reasons. Trading money to break rules doesn't grant the privilege.

    I'm open to being proven otherwise.

    @gsrdgrdghd said: We burned @Randy for the exact same thing.

    So far i've yet to accuse an LET user of being associated with a ROKSO identity.

    I am no longer affiliated with IPXcore.
  • @Inglar said: Serverbear has added new incredible network test?

    I go by Souza on the weekends.

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  • SpiritSpirit Administrator
    edited August 2012

    @Damian you will do everything in attempt to look cool at LET, won't you? Just like list time when you tryed to mock publicly from concerned client after week of downtime - and it wasn't so cool as you hoped. This is what I would call difference between professional mature hosts and wanna-be-cool-kiddy-LET dependable- circlejerking hosts. Not cool at all.

  • InglarInglar Member
    edited August 2012

    @gsrdgrdghd said: do you think it's okay to publish your clients names and email addresses

    Hmmm, I'm personally don't shure that this real name and etc. Anyway, there no residence address published...

    So for me, that's all fine, as is in the case with Ranty /or Randy?/.

  • @Damian said: If they're going to arbitrarily ignore the rules that they agreed to when they signed up, then I fail to see why I need to give them personal indemnity for their actions,

    A very uneducated response. You are no better than your client if you yourself cannot follow your privacy policy, you are far worse.

    I don't think this is a kind of host you would want.

  • JackJack Member

    @hAwNerk said: if you yourself cannot follow _your privacy policy _

    But if he doesn't have one how can he follow it?

  • @Spirit said: This is what I would call difference between professional mature hosts and wanna-be-cool-kiddy-LET dependable- circlejerking hosts.

    Agree.

  • @Damian, did the network testing mean ddos/flooding attempt? Do we still allowed to run wget for downloading cachefly or serverbear script?

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  • gsrdgrdghdgsrdgrdghd Member without signature

    I don't know about the laws in the US (maybe someone who is more familar with them can comment on that) but i'm pretty sure in the EU it would be illegal to publish another persons email address or full name.

    I personally would never host with a VPS that might at one point just publish my details.

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  • @hAwNerk said: A very uneducated response.

    Suggestions?

    @hAwNerk said: You are no better than your client if you yourself cannot follow your privacy policy, you are far worse.

    What privacy policy?

    @ErawanArifNugroho said: @Damian, did the network testing mean ddos/flooding attempt? Do we still allowed to run wget for downloading cachefly or serverbear script?

    Yes, to both of those questions.

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  • The client was in the wrong. If you want to do something like that with your VPS, the least you can do is ask the provider for permission beforehand.

    But the provider is also in the wrong. People are never going to see, "Here look at this ultra-witty thing I said when I shitcanned this guy!" as being a professional thing to do, whether you use the person's name or not.

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  • @Jack said: But if he doesn't have one how can he follow it?

    I checked it, and it seems that's far far worse that ipxcore has no privacy policy.

  • @Damian said: Suggestions

    GO back to college and learn.

  • JackJack Member

    @hAwNerk said: GO back to college and learn.

    Harsh..

  • @hAwNerk: Everything you say is wrong!

    (I can do this too)

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  • @Jack said: Harsh..

    I know.

  • @ErawanArifNugroho said: Do we still allowed to run wget for downloading cachefly or serverbear script?

    Stop all this ugliness around our cute 32mb LEB's ><

    :)

  • RandyRandy Disabled

    What dose this thread have to do with me? why bring this up again? its a mistake that has been done already. Really wish LET has a block/ignore button

  • LOL ..... So what's wrong about these databases of abusers that we make that identify bad users. To me that's all this is... @Damian is letting us know of an abuser so if we get this customer on our system to not give him any services.

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  • InglarInglar Member
    edited August 2012

    @Randy said: why bring this up again?

    Our hearts with you, Ranty!

    So don't worry, be a happy :)

  • @Corey said: LOL ..... So what's wrong about these databases of abusers that we make that identify bad users. To me that's all this is... @Damian is letting us know of an abuser so if we get this customer on our system to not give him any services.

    No kidding. You'd think that people would want to sign up at providers who check their client lists for abusers. Apparently not.

    I am no longer affiliated with IPXcore.
  • @Corey said: LOL ..... So what's wrong about these databases of abusers that we make that identify bad users. To me that's all this is... @Damian is letting us know of an abuser so if we get this customer on our system to not give him any services.

    Another Damian follower. I'd stay away from this host just to be safe.

  • @Corey said: So what's wrong about these databases of abusers that we make that identify bad users.

    That it should not be done on a public forum.

    I know, I'm Dale Maily.

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  • SpiritSpirit Administrator
    edited August 2012

    @Damian I would cancell my service with you right now however I will do it some other time so that you won't actually know it was me and potentially somewhere post my private info in return. Sounds funny? Maybe, but that's how much I, as your client, trust you...

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  • gsrdgrdghdgsrdgrdghd Member without signature

    @Spirit said: I will do it some other time so that you won't actually know it was me and potentially somewhere post my private info in return

    Damn, i wish i had thought of that :( I canceled my service right after the screenshot was posted. But at least i edited all my client details...

  • @Spirit said: however I will do it some other time so that you won't actually know it was me and potentially somewhere post my private info in return.

    You revealed my disguise. I was about to do the same. I regret signing up at ipxcore.

  • InglarInglar Member
    edited August 2012

    @hAwNerk said: I'd stay away from this host just to be safe.

    The safest thing is the unplugged network cable (or broken wifi receiver etc.) ;)

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  • @gsrdgrdghd said: Damn, i wish i had thought of that :( I canceled my service right after the screenshot was posted. But at least i edited all my client details...

    Yeah, and as you can see, it's posted all over the internet.

    I am no longer affiliated with IPXcore.
  • @gsrdgrdghd said: Damn, i wish i had thought of that :( I canceled my service right after the screenshot was posted. But at least i edited all my client details...

    You realize that the invoice keeps your original details? we are doomed, ipxcore has our details hostaged.

  • @Damian said: Yeah, and as you can see, it's posted all over the internet.

    i understand the sarcam, but who knows you might do it somewhere else, sometime knowing how you don't respect privacy even though you dont have privacy policy.

  • @hAwNerk said: You realize that the invoice keeps your original details? we are doomed, ipxcore has our details hostaged.

    Yup im sure damian is going to post all his clients info

  • I think these kind of posts are helpful in revealing the true nature of the hosts.

  • @hAwNerk said: but who knows you might do it somewhere else, sometime knowing how you don't respect privacy even though you dont have privacy policy.

    No. There's mutual respect involved; if one party decides that it's not important, then I'm free to do so also.

    @hAwNerk said: we are doomed, ipxcore has our details hostaged.

    Indeed, look at all the things I could do with everyone's details, such as:

    I am no longer affiliated with IPXcore.
  • gsrdgrdghdgsrdgrdghd Member without signature

    @hAwNerk said: we are doomed, ipxcore has our details hostaged.

    Well lets not exaggerate. But @Damian needs to understand that not having a privacy policy doesn't give him the right to do anything he wants to do with the data hsi clients submit in confidence

  • @hAwNerk said: Another Damian follower. I'd stay away from this host just to be safe.

    This is starting to look an awful lot like a witchhunt.

    Do you do this in real life as well, telling people to stay away from stores because one of the employees supports the viewpoint of someone you dislike?

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  • @gsrdgrdghd said: But @Damian needs to understand that not having a privacy policy doesn't give him the right to do anything he wants to do with the data hsi clients submit in confidence

    That's a good point. I'll work on and come up with a privacy policy over the next few days, and adhere to it.

    I am no longer affiliated with IPXcore.
  • RandyRandy Disabled
    edited August 2012

    Oh . just up about me already

    ipxcore. I understand that you are trying to alert us .

    That is not the right way to do it

    be it if you have a PP or NOT , still this affects your reputation

    Yes work on a pp

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