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  • NeoonNeoon Member
    edited June 2018

    @rm_ said:

    Falzo said: their pre-config on debian 9 works like a charm

    Well that's beside the point, get it working then try speedtests. What is interesting here is if the weird speed shaping applies over IPv6 too. My guess is that it likely doesn't.

    Well, its a "backup server", no wonder that outbound is throttled.

    But if you try restore shit and get 5Mbit upload, #rekt.

    @Sixell said:

    @Neoon said:
    Ovh SoYouStart #SYS Coming next days:

    - same as today: first 16 IPv4 0e/mo - 16+ IPv4: 1e/mo (was 2e/mo)

    - minimum HDD: 4x 2TB (was 2x 2TB)

    - minimum SSD: 2x 480GB (was 2x 240GB)

    So the offers posted above are invalid?

    Whats even the source ?

    That could be new configs.

    The source actually was their API, I found new product codes on their API a few days ago.

    Thats confusing, according to oles at least half of them are invalid.

  • @Shot2 said:
    These new "storage" offers make the KS1/2/3 look quite dull...

    maybe. but the network isnt as reliable.

  • FalzoFalzo Member

    @rm_ said:

    Falzo said: their pre-config on debian 9 works like a charm

    Well that's beside the point, get it working then try speedtests. What is interesting here is if the weird speed shaping applies over IPv6 too. My guess is that it likely doesn't.

    no worries, I got your point already. and ofc I tried to get it working, but it simply won't... and yes I have read their wiki, weird gateway stuff, autoconf is disabled and so on.

    as I don't need ipv6 (yet), I am too lazy to bother much with their crappy setup anyway.

  • @Neoon said:
    Ovh SoYouStart #SYS Coming next days:

    - same as today: first 16 IPv4 0e/mo - 16+ IPv4: 1e/mo (was 2e/mo)

    - minimum HDD: 4x 2TB (was 2x 2TB)

    - minimum SSD: 2x 480GB (was 2x 240GB)

    Okay, now we are talking! I think I've made my decision, now!

  • huckenhucken Member

    just bought a helsinki hetzner for 27€ this weekend, will get the 8TB SyS if the price and other specs are good. hetzner network is meh beside being 1gbit

  • FredQcFredQc Member

    Neoon said: - minimum HDD: 4x 2TB (was 2x 2TB)

    I'm wondering if only the new servers will get those or they'll upgrade acutal offers too ?

  • citrixcitrix Member

    Oh this is exciting !!!! :) when are they live.

  • wtf, i only see 32 eur offers now, not the 25 ones anymore

  • huckenhucken Member
    edited June 2018

    @FoxelVox said:
    wtf, i only see 32 eur offers now, not the 25 ones anymore

    never saw them on the de page

  • @FredQc said:

    Neoon said: - minimum HDD: 4x 2TB (was 2x 2TB)

    I'm wondering if only the new servers will get those or they'll upgrade acutal offers too ?

    Someone stated old servers won't even change pricing, will need to cancel & re-order, so I highly doubt they'll be upgrading/touching existing. Probably just upgrading them as they get canceled and returned to stock.

    Thanked by 2FredQc Falzo
  • citrixcitrix Member

    @Harambe said:

    @FredQc said:

    Neoon said: - minimum HDD: 4x 2TB (was 2x 2TB)

    I'm wondering if only the new servers will get those or they'll upgrade acutal offers too ?

    Someone stated old servers won't even change pricing, will need to cancel & re-order, so I highly doubt they'll be upgrading/touching existing. Probably just upgrading them as they get canceled and returned to stock.

    Yeah thats what you had to do with Kimsufi, cancel and re-order :)

  • NeoonNeoon Member
    edited June 2018

    The cheap storage ITS A TRAP, apparently the uplinks are overloaded according to the Weathermap.
    So yea, its only useful for backups but restoring is a pain in the arse, downlinks seem to be fine.

    It seems to be possible to unlock the upload limit of 5Mbit when you use multiple connections.

  • sinsin Member

    @Neoon said:
    The cheap storage ITS A TRAP, apparently the uplinks are overloaded according to the Weathermap.
    So yea, its only useful for backups but restoring is a pain in the arse, downlinks seem to be fine.

    It seems to be possible to unlock the upload limit of 5Mbit when you use multiple connections.

    I'm gonna use mine to watch ascii porn

  • FredQcFredQc Member

    @Neoon said:
    The cheap storage ITS A TRAP, apparently the uplinks are overloaded according to the Weathermap.
    So yea, its only useful for backups but restoring is a pain in the arse, downlinks seem to be fine.

    It seems to be possible to unlock the upload limit of 5Mbit when you use multiple connections.

    SYS had crappy upload speeds in first place anyway, even on normal servers. At one time you could upload at 20MB/s and few minutes later it drops to only a few KB/s... so yeah, nothing new.

  • williewillie Member

    FredQc said: SYS had crappy upload speeds in first place anyway, even on normal servers.

    Interesting: is SYS worse than kimsufi? I can almost always max out my (100 mbit) kimsufi port.

  • fxffxf Member

    @willie said:

    FredQc said: SYS had crappy upload speeds in first place anyway, even on normal servers.

    Interesting: is SYS worse than kimsufi? I can almost always max out my (100 mbit) kimsufi port.

    This would be the first time I've heard that claim.

  • YmpkerYmpker Member

    @Neoon said:
    The cheap storage ITS A TRAP, apparently the uplinks are overloaded according to the Weathermap.
    So yea, its only useful for backups but restoring is a pain in the arse, downlinks seem to be fine.

    It seems to be possible to unlock the upload limit of 5Mbit when you use multiple connections.

    If you have another server with OVH couldn't you just transfer the backup (given it's not some huuuge backup but say lots of small daily ones) through the fast internal network then download from your other OVH server?

  • huckenhucken Member

    @fxf said:

    @willie said:

    FredQc said: SYS had crappy upload speeds in first place anyway, even on normal servers.

    Interesting: is SYS worse than kimsufi? I can almost always max out my (100 mbit) kimsufi port.

    This would be the first time I've heard that claim.

    had different SyS for over 3years now and could always max the 250mbit, even got an uncapped one for some months until the network connection was unresponsive and they fixed it with the capped one.

    sys network is the same as the normal ovh, the storage boxes maybe fishy or it's the ARM setup, who knows.

  • someone run btsync or any multithreaded rsync alternative to see if you can get 100mbit+ out?

  • Ponury_TypPonury_Typ Member
    edited June 2018
    Coming next days: 
    - same as today: first 16 IPv4 0e/mo 
    - 16+ IPv4: 1e/mo (was 2e/mo) 
    - minimum HDD: 4x 2TB (was 2x 2TB) 
    - minimum SSD: 2x 480GB (was 2x 240GB)
    

    Now we are talking. I am hoping for configuration with e5 v2 + 16GB ram + 4x2tb.

  • Good Price. This is the configuration that I need for a long time I found on the Internet.

  • PremiumFast_NetPremiumFast_Net Member, Provider
    edited June 2018

    try upload using rclone to google drive @ ARM 2T

    2018/06/12 10:45:42 INFO :
    Transferred: 2.074 GBytes (7.024 MBytes/s)

  • How long arm server will delivered?

    I'm new customer

  • NihimNihim Member

    7 s/m/h/d/w/m/y take your pick.

    I have to say I also have had an arm box for more than a year and it could reach pretty good speeds (as in the full 250Mbit).

  • @hawkjohn7 said:
    How long arm server will delivered?

    I'm new customer

    You can look here:

    https://www.soyoustart.com/ie/server-storage/

    Right now, it looks like it's 2 minutes after payment has been confirmed.

  • NihimNihim Member
    edited June 2018

    So I just did a speedtest-cli comparison between box A which is my 1+ year old arm SYS box that is also running some heavy (for its) cpu stuff every so often vs box B which is a new freshly installed arm SYS box.
    This is not what would one call a scientific approach but well...

    First result is box A, second is box B

    Hosted by LeaseWeb (Frankfurt) [478.24 km]: 26.901 ms
    Download: 307.48 Mbit/s
    Upload: 224.47 Mbit/s
    Hosted by LeaseWeb (Frankfurt) [478.76 km]: 26.368 ms
    Download: 428.95 Mbit/s
    Upload: 49.26 Mbit/s
    
    Hosted by GRNET (Athens) [2096.37 km]: 114.936 ms
    Download: 252.85 Mbit/s
    Upload: 118.35 Mbit/s
    Hosted by GRNET (Athens) [2097.27 km]: 54.924 ms
    Download: 225.87 Mbit/s
    Upload: 65.45 Mbit/s
    
    Hosted by Vodafone ES (Alcobendas) [1037.94 km]: 46.654 ms
    Download: 323.51 Mbit/s
    Upload: 179.46 Mbit/s
    Hosted by Vodafone ES (Alcobendas) [1038.04 km]: 51.02 ms
    Download: 404.26 Mbit/s
    Upload: 53.14 Mbit/s
    
    Hosted by Datacom (Stockholm) [1543.99 km]: 61.876 ms
    Download: 69.35 Mbit/s
    Upload: 121.89 Mbit/s
    Hosted by Datacom (Stockholm) [1543.98 km]: 93.13 ms
    Download: 156.20 Mbit/s
    Upload: 50.60 Mbit/s
    
    Hosted by Sprint (New York City, NY) [5837.14 km]: 122.02 ms
    Download: 296.51 Mbit/s
    Upload: 61.97 Mbit/s
    Hosted by Sprint (New York City, NY) [5836.26 km]: 95.676 ms
    Download: 306.31 Mbit/s
    Upload: 41.27 Mbit/s
    
    Hosted by LeaseWeb (Haarlem) [424.14 km]: 20.138 ms
    Download: 321.51 Mbit/s
    Upload: 218.84 Mbit/s
    Hosted by LeaseWeb (Haarlem) [423.92 km]: 18.869 ms
    Download: 403.72 Mbit/s
    Upload: 48.48 Mbit/s
    

    As you can see, interestingly the upload from the new arm SYS is consistently slower. The download is similar or better which can be explained from the cpu in box A being used by other stuff so limiting the performance (maybe).

  • @hawkjohn7 said:
    How long arm server will delivered?

    I'm new customer

    Anywhere from 2 minutes to a few days depending on if verification is needed and how quickly you can send it to them.

  • sinsin Member

    @hawkjohn7 said:
    How long arm server will delivered?

    I'm new customer

    I got mine in about 10-15 minutes as a new customer (didn't have to verified, used confirmed paypal that has matching email and address as my acct)

  • DouteiDoutei Member

    #Ovh SoYouStart #SYS

    Coming next days:

    >

    • starting with Intel E3/E5 4c/8t and 16GB

    >

    • then the offers with 32GB, 64GB, 96GB, 128GB, 192GB, 256GB

    >

    • then the offers with 6c/8c/10c/12c/16c

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