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Contabo Review - VPS M SSD

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  • @Ympker said:
    What's wrong with that though?

    I haven't said there's anything wrong with that.

    It is only that most probably you were wrong.

  • YmpkerYmpker Member
    edited April 2020

    @KamalW said:

    @Ympker said:
    What's wrong with that though?

    I haven't said there's anything wrong with that.

    It is only that most probably you were wrong.

    Why though? The part you quoted says exactly what is the case. Yes, you are allowed to use the cores the way you want but you are advised that performance may decrease in a shared environment as opposed to a Dedicated Server if everyone was to max out their cores 24/7.

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  • @Ympker said:
    Why though?

    Because "allowed" and "not intended" carry opposite meanings.

  • @KamalW said:

    @Ympker said:
    Why though?

    Because "allowed" and "not intended" carry opposite meanings.

    Allowed is what is written on the contract you sign. Not intended is the common sense applied when you buy any service in a shared environment.

  • @Ympker said:
    Allowed is what is written on the contract you sign.

    Show me please.

  • @KamalW said:

    @Ympker said:
    Allowed is what is written on the contract you sign.

    Show me please.

    On the order page they say it is KVM based so, naturally (as far as virtualization allows) the cores are yours. Also after contacting support (the part from me you quoted) they said you are allowed to make use of your cores any way you want. They just reminded you of the classic "Don't be a dick"-rule that common sense applies in any shared environment. Regardless, it is what it is. Either take it or leave it.

  • @Ympker said:

    @KamalW said:

    @Ympker said:
    Allowed is what is written on the contract you sign.

    Show me please.

    On the order page they say it is KVM based so, naturally (as far as virtualization allows) the cores are yours.

    ...

    "Don't be a dick"

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