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AlphaVPS - Holiday Season offers - KVM Storage, KVMs, OpenVZ and multi-core dedicated machines

AlexBarakovAlexBarakov Member, Patron Provider
edited December 2018 in Offers

Hey guys,

A quick couple of offers to start off the holiday season and warm your heart with best wishes from our team, may the new year be an awesome one for you and your family and don't forget to spend plenty of time with your loved ones!

About this offer:
- All pricing is in EUR

- All pricing is VAT Excl, unless otherwise stated

- VAT will be charged to EU residents, living outside of Bulgaria, with no valid VAT number. VAT will not be charged to customers from outside the EU.

- Refunds are possible, during the first 72 hours with valid reason (I.e. - bad connectivity to - China will not be tolerated, we have public lg, check prior ordering).

- Please, keep all requests reasonable - no 9999TB RAM requests. We will do our best to favor as many customers as possible.

- All orders need to contain valid contact information, otherwise will be rejected.

About our company:

AlphaVPS is the trading name of DA International Group Ltd - VAT registered company in Bulgaria since 2013. We run 5 locations, across EU and US. We run our own network and hardware in Bulgaria and are transitioning to the same across all our locations. Our AS is AS203380. Our team is in-house, working from our office and we're staffed 24/7/365.

OpenVZ in 5 locations:
holiday-1G-OVZ - 1GB RAM | 15GB SSD | 1TB BW | 1x IPv4 | OpenVZ - 10EUR/y - ORDER NOW!
holiday-2G-OVZ - 2GB RAM | 25GB SSD | 1TB BW | 1x IPv4 | OpenVZ - 15EUR/y or 3EUR/m - ORDER NOW!
holiday-4G-OVZ - 4GB RAM | 30GB SSD | 1TB BW | 1x IPv4 | OpenVZ - 25EUR/y or 4EUR/m - ORDER NOW!
holiday-6G-OVZ - 6GB RAM | 30GB SSD | 2TB BW | 1x IPv4 | OpenVZ - 35EUR/y or 5EUR/m - ORDER NOW!

Pure SSD KVM in London or Bulgaria:

holiday-1G-KVM - 1GB RAM | 10GB SSD | 1TB BW | 1x IPv4 | KVM - 15EUR/y or 2.5EUR/m - ORDER NOW!
holiday-2G-KVM - 2GB RAM | 15GB SSD | 2TB BW | 1x IPv4 | KVM - 25EUR/y or 3.5EUR/m - ORDER NOW!
holiday-4G-KVM - 4GB RAM | 25GB SSD | 3TB BW | 1x IPv4 | KVM - 40EUR/y or 4EUR/m - ORDER NOW!

RAID60 KVM Storage in Sofia, Bulgaria:
holiday-128G-y-
512MB RAM
128GB HDD
500GB BW
1x IPv4
KVM
2EUR/month | 5.50EUR/Quarter | 9EUR/Semi-annual | 15EUR/year
ORDER NOW!

holiday-256G-y
768MB RAM
256GB HDD
1TB BW
1x IPv4
KVM
3EUR/month | 9EUR/Quarter | 15EUR/Semi-annual | 25EUR/year
ORDER NOW!

holiday-512G-y
1024MB RAM
512GB HDD
1.5TB BW
1x IPv4
KVM
3.50EUR/month | 10.50EUR/Quarter | 21EUR/Semi-annual | 42EUR/year
ORDER NOW!

holiday-1024G-y
2048MB RAM
1TB HDD
2TB BW
1x IPv4
KVM
5EUR / month
ORDER NOW

And our cheapest possible dedicated servers out of Sofia, Bulgaria:

Dual Xeon L5630 | 16GB RAM | 1x 128GB SSD | 5TB BW | /29 IPv4 - 20EUR/m - Order now!
Dual Xeon L5630 | 16GB RAM | 1x 1TB HDD | 5TB BW | /29 IPv4 - 20EUR/m - Order now!
Dual Xeon L5630 | 16GB RAM | 1x 200GB SSD | 5TB BW | /29 IPv4 - 25EUR/m - Order now!
Dual Xeon L5630 | 16GB RAM | 1x 512GB SSD | 5TB BW | /29 IPv4 - 35EUR/m - Order now!

Dual Xeon E5-2450L | 16GB RAM | 240GB SSD | 5TB BW | /29 IPv4 - 35EUR/m - Order now!
Dual Xeon E5-2630L | 16GB RAM | 240GB SSD | 5TB BW | /29 IPv4 - 40EUR/m - Order now!
Dual Xeon E5-2650 | 16GB RAM | 240GB SSD | 5TB BW | /29 IPv4 - 50EUR/m - Order now!

Dedicated server delivery is up to 5 business days, due the load of orders we are having right now. Billing date will be adjusted accordingly.

Some network information:
- Sofia, Bulgaria @ Telepoint DC - http://lgbg.alphavps.bg - Native IPv6 available.
- London, United Kingdom @ London Enfield 1 facility and Telehouse 2 - DDOS Protected - http://lguk.alphavps.bg - Native IPv6 available
- New Jersey, USA @ Choopa's facility in NYC Metro. - DDOS Protected - http://lgny.alphavps.bg - Native IPv6 available
- Nuremberg, DE - DDOS Protected - http://lgde.alphavps.bg - Native IPv6 available
- Los Angeles, USA @ ColoCrossing - http://lgla.alphavps.bg - IPv6 not available

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Comments

  • @AlexBarakov said:
    and don't forget to spend plenty of time with your loved once!

    ?

    Thanked by 1AlexBarakov
  • @eol said:

    @AlexBarakov said:
    and don't forget to spend plenty of time with your loved once!

    ?

    It must be a warning of some kind o.o

  • AlexBarakovAlexBarakov Member, Patron Provider
    edited December 2018

    @eol said:

    @AlexBarakov said:
    and don't forget to spend plenty of time with your loved once!

    ?

    English not being my native language, but isn't this a way to say that people should spend more time with friends and family?

    Edit: caught it -.-

    Thanked by 3eol miu skorous
  • eoleol Member
    edited December 2018

    Thanks.

  • AlexBarakovAlexBarakov Member, Patron Provider

    @eol said:
    Basically yes, but use:
    and don't forget to spend plenty of time with your loved ones!

    "once" is just one time.

    Spotted it already. Thanks for the heads up!

    Thanked by 1eol
  • Nice offers, thinking of getting one or two but guess they'll mostly idle anyway...

    Looking Glass for NY and DE not working though

  • Dedicated Server Prices are recurring every month?

  • Just a heads-up. Network performance is below par. At least the VPS I got few weeks back to test before ordering dedicated one. I got terrible speed even when apt update. So I ran VPS benchmark. Results as follows

    Node Name IPv4 address Download Speed
    CacheFly 205.234.175.175 31.6MB/s
    Linode, Tokyo, JP 106.187.96.148 2.11MB/s
    Linode, Singapore, SG 139.162.23.4 1.75MB/s
    Linode, London, UK 176.58.107.39 3.00MB/s
    Linode, Frankfurt, DE 139.162.130.8 8.70MB/s
    Linode, Fremont, CA 50.116.14.9 1.39MB/s
    Softlayer, Dallas, TX 173.192.68.18. 2.24MB/s
    Softlayer, Seattle, WA 67.228.112.250 2.02MB/s
    Softlayer, Frankfurt, DE 159.122.69.4. 667KB/s
    Softlayer, Singapore, SG 119.81.28.170 2.43MB/s
    Softlayer, HongKong, CN 119.81.130.170 1.86MB/s

  • @Ixalyon said:
    Just a heads-up. Network performance is below par. At least the VPS I got few weeks back to test before ordering dedicated one. I got terrible speed even when apt update. So I ran VPS benchmark. Results as follows

    Node Name IPv4 address Download Speed
    CacheFly 205.234.175.175 31.6MB/s
    Linode, Tokyo, JP 106.187.96.148 2.11MB/s
    Linode, Singapore, SG 139.162.23.4 1.75MB/s
    Linode, London, UK 176.58.107.39 3.00MB/s
    Linode, Frankfurt, DE 139.162.130.8 8.70MB/s
    Linode, Fremont, CA 50.116.14.9 1.39MB/s
    Softlayer, Dallas, TX 173.192.68.18. 2.24MB/s
    Softlayer, Seattle, WA 67.228.112.250 2.02MB/s
    Softlayer, Frankfurt, DE 159.122.69.4. 667KB/s
    Softlayer, Singapore, SG 119.81.28.170 2.43MB/s
    Softlayer, HongKong, CN 119.81.130.170 1.86MB/s

    Your post summed in one word: ROASTED.

  • TheLinuxBugTheLinuxBug Member
    edited December 2018

    @Ixalyon said:
    Just a heads-up. Network performance is below par. At least the VPS I got few weeks back to test before ordering dedicated one. I got terrible speed even when apt update. So I ran VPS benchmark. Results as follows

    Node Name IPv4 address Download Speed
    CacheFly 205.234.175.175 31.6MB/s
    Linode, Tokyo, JP 106.187.96.148 2.11MB/s
    Linode, Singapore, SG 139.162.23.4 1.75MB/s
    Linode, London, UK 176.58.107.39 3.00MB/s
    Linode, Frankfurt, DE 139.162.130.8 8.70MB/s
    Linode, Fremont, CA 50.116.14.9 1.39MB/s
    Softlayer, Dallas, TX 173.192.68.18. 2.24MB/s
    Softlayer, Seattle, WA 67.228.112.250 2.02MB/s
    Softlayer, Frankfurt, DE 159.122.69.4. 667KB/s
    Softlayer, Singapore, SG 119.81.28.170 2.43MB/s
    Softlayer, HongKong, CN 119.81.130.170 1.86MB/s

    Out of curiosity, have you tried to change the network adapter in the panel to be either 'virtio' or 'e1000' (using the opposite of whatever is currently set)? A lot of times this, along with tuning such as documented here will help with speeds. Not promising it will fix it, but its worth a try to see if this is whats causing you some slow down and will help to speed things up.

    my 2 cents.

    Cheers!

    Thanked by 2uptime AlexBarakov
  • AlexBarakovAlexBarakov Member, Patron Provider

    @Ixalyon said:
    Just a heads-up. Network performance is below par. At least the VPS I got few weeks back to test before ordering dedicated one. I got terrible speed even when apt update. So I ran VPS benchmark. Results as follows

    Node Name IPv4 address Download Speed
    CacheFly 205.234.175.175 31.6MB/s
    Linode, Tokyo, JP 106.187.96.148 2.11MB/s
    Linode, Singapore, SG 139.162.23.4 1.75MB/s
    Linode, London, UK 176.58.107.39 3.00MB/s
    Linode, Frankfurt, DE 139.162.130.8 8.70MB/s
    Linode, Fremont, CA 50.116.14.9 1.39MB/s
    Softlayer, Dallas, TX 173.192.68.18. 2.24MB/s
    Softlayer, Seattle, WA 67.228.112.250 2.02MB/s
    Softlayer, Frankfurt, DE 159.122.69.4. 667KB/s
    Softlayer, Singapore, SG 119.81.28.170 2.43MB/s
    Softlayer, HongKong, CN 119.81.130.170 1.86MB/s

    Can you please provide me with ticket ID?

  • 961675

    It was about two weeks ago. Got the refund, so no problem personally. Didn't check the network adapter, so can't say whether that was the problem. Couldn't risk wasting money with unusable service with time limited refund policy . So I got the refund.

  • AlexBarakovAlexBarakov Member, Patron Provider
    edited December 2018

    @Ixalyon said:
    Just a heads-up. Network performance is below par. At least the VPS I got few weeks back to test before ordering dedicated one. I got terrible speed even when apt update. So I ran VPS benchmark. Results as follows

    Node Name IPv4 address Download Speed
    CacheFly 205.234.175.175 31.6MB/s
    Linode, Tokyo, JP 106.187.96.148 2.11MB/s
    Linode, Singapore, SG 139.162.23.4 1.75MB/s
    Linode, London, UK 176.58.107.39 3.00MB/s
    Linode, Frankfurt, DE 139.162.130.8 8.70MB/s
    Linode, Fremont, CA 50.116.14.9 1.39MB/s
    Softlayer, Dallas, TX 173.192.68.18. 2.24MB/s
    Softlayer, Seattle, WA 67.228.112.250 2.02MB/s
    Softlayer, Frankfurt, DE 159.122.69.4. 667KB/s
    Softlayer, Singapore, SG 119.81.28.170 2.43MB/s
    Softlayer, HongKong, CN 119.81.130.170 1.86MB/s

    Can you please provide me with ticket ID?

    EDIT: Found the related user. Already refunded, as requested.

    For anyone experiencing similar issues, please - just open a ticket. It's indeed related to KVM drivers in most of the cases. Additionally - KVM storage plans are not suitable for 'webservers' and such. They are meant for backups mainly - the price is low enough. Certain limits might be enforced to ensure the stability of all of our users. Storage plans will never get blazing fast results - I am not interested in letting a single 5EUR machine, saturate the IO and the port speed of every single user on the same node. We start off with a 500mbps port limitation on the storage servers, which we revise if asked.

    That being said - for anyone is interested - we are underway of a major network upgrade of our core in Sofia. First stage will be finished in Jan 2019, where all of our internal nodes will be upgraded to 10gbit/s, instead of the 2x 1gbit/s ports now. We're adding a couple of new 10Gbit ports to our core as well. Additionally - we've launched our second Sofia location in TP-East DC. Our 2 Sofia locations will be connected via 40Gbit/s and free internal networking will be introduced, furtherly expanding it at a later stage to Montana's DC (In Bulgaria, Not Montana in the US) later in 2019. Which will be perfect for disaster recovery and HA solutions. Our new (and second) office will be ready by the end of January and is located a couple of floors above the server rooms, in TP-east datacenter - meaning we will be minutes away from our servers, working on the floor under the DC techs. If anyone wants to meet us and does not want to travel to Troyan - they can now do it in Sofia.

    EDIT2: Was supposed to be an edit of a previous post, instead of a new one. -.-

  • AlexBarakovAlexBarakov Member, Patron Provider

    @Ixalyon said:

    961675

    It was about two weeks ago. Got the refund, so no problem personally. Didn't check the network adapter, so can't say whether that was the problem. Couldn't risk wasting money with unusable service with time limited refund policy . So I got the refund.

    Was most likely related to virtio indeed. Sorry stuff did not work out.

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  • Your server ping time even the jitter is quiet good for my location. That is why I order in the first place. But due to network speed, I couldn't even use cli properly. I never heard about this Network Adapter problem. If you had, I wouldn't have derail your offer thread. I genuinely thought your network is crappy oversold one.

    PS: If you want, I can still edit my first post

  • bdspicebdspice Member
    edited December 2018
    holiday-1024G-y
    2048MB RAM
    1TB HDD
    2TB BW
    1x IPv4
    KVM
    5EUR / month
    

    2TB BW for 1TB Storage, additonally $0.10 per GB if BW limit crossed. Impressive business strategy but old fashioned

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  • AlexBarakovAlexBarakov Member, Patron Provider

    @bdspice said:
    holiday-1024G-y
    2048MB RAM
    1TB HDD
    2TB BW
    1x IPv4
    KVM
    5EUR / month

    2TB BW for 1TB Storage, additonally $0.10 per GB if BW limit crossed. Impressive business strategy but old fashioned

    Actually - it's supposed to be 3TB and there is a typo in the thread. I will request it to be edited. The product description has it listed alright. We do not charge BW overusage, ever, instead the VMs get suspended once they reach the limit (unless we're contacted prior that) and we charge 3EUR per TB of bandwidth additional on storage plans. We do have the 0.10 per GB indeed in our terms, however that's not enforced on any of our VPS services. This is kept for other purposes and specific type of clients. I can assure you that no one from here got charged overusage fees.

    I do thank you for the observation of our business strategy - 5EUR per month for 1TB of RAID protected storage, 2GB of RAM on a KVM with dedicated IPv4 is pretty impressive in my eyes as well! Thanks!

    Thanked by 1vimalware
  • @AlexBarakov

    While we are at it, I'd like to discuss another issue with your networking. It seems that your network is fast, too fast actually, such that when I starts transferring data without throttling, the speed picks up fast. It usually just takes seconds to reach ~800Mbps when your DDoS protection kicks in and null routes the IP with BGP for a hour or so. I didn't open a ticket because I play nicely and throttle the transfer thereafter, but I'd say network should be burstable, no? Would you agree the null-routing is a false alarm?

  • AlexBarakovAlexBarakov Member, Patron Provider

    @psb777 said:
    @AlexBarakov

    While we are at it, I'd like to discuss another issue with your networking. It seems that your network is fast, too fast actually, such that when I starts transferring data without throttling, the speed picks up fast. It usually just takes seconds to reach ~800Mbps when your DDoS protection kicks in and null routes the IP with BGP for a hour or so. I didn't open a ticket because I play nicely and throttle the transfer thereafter, but I'd say network should be burstable, no? Would you agree the null-routing is a false alarm?

    Hello,

    Nullrouting kicks in on certain packets threshold. I can assume that you are doing multi-threaded transfers with a lot of small packets? The best thing would be to open a ticket so we can examine the logs more properly and give you some more precise answer. I would prefer not to share any of the thresholds here, due it being a public community, however this is the first time I am hearing it limiting a legitimate use, thus - wasn't causing problems so far. Do open up a ticket and we will look through it.

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  • AlexBarakovAlexBarakov Member, Patron Provider

    @Ixalyon said:
    Your server ping time even the jitter is quiet good for my location. That is why I order in the first place. But due to network speed, I couldn't even use cli properly. I never heard about this Network Adapter problem. If you had, I wouldn't have derail your offer thread. I genuinely thought your network is crappy oversold one.

    PS: If you want, I can still edit my first post

    Hi,

    No need. You were expressing your observations. I take all feedback in account - both negative and positive. That's how we learn and improve.

    @TechExhibeo said:
    Dedicated Server Prices are recurring every month?

    Of course, all pricing listed here is recurring.

    @tomle said:
    Nice offers, thinking of getting one or two but guess they'll mostly idle anyway...

    Looking Glass for NY and DE not working though

    They usually get DDoSed shortly after we put a thread up. BG was also nulled for some time last night. They should be up and running now though. And nothing bad in some additional VMs. Who knows, you may find a good use for them. ;)

    Thanked by 2eol t0m
  • bdspicebdspice Member
    edited December 2018

    @AlexBarakov said:

    Actually - it's supposed to be 3TB and there is a typo in the thread. I will request it to be edited. The product description has it listed alright. We do not charge BW overusage, ever, instead the VMs get suspended once they reach the limit (unless we're contacted prior that) and we charge 3EUR per TB of bandwidth additional on storage plans. We do have the 0.10 per GB indeed in our terms, however that's not enforced on any of our VPS services. This is kept for other purposes and specific type of clients. I can assure you that no one from here got charged overusage fees.

    You are saying something that totally against your website terms.

    This is kept for other purposes and specific type of clients

    what purposes do you have in hidden and what type of clients? hiding something i dont like at all.

    I do thank you for the observation of our business strategy - 5EUR per month for 1TB of RAID protected storage, 2GB of RAM on a KVM with dedicated IPv4 is pretty impressive in my eyes as well! Thanks!

    package is pretty impressive i also agree, btw bw is my problem since i prefer unmeter for risk free bill.

  • AlexBarakovAlexBarakov Member, Patron Provider

    @bdspice said:

    @AlexBarakov said:

    Actually - it's supposed to be 3TB and there is a typo in the thread. I will request it to be edited. The product description has it listed alright. We do not charge BW overusage, ever, instead the VMs get suspended once they reach the limit (unless we're contacted prior that) and we charge 3EUR per TB of bandwidth additional on storage plans. We do have the 0.10 per GB indeed in our terms, however that's not enforced on any of our VPS services. This is kept for other purposes and specific type of clients. I can assure you that no one from here got charged overusage fees.

    You are saying something that totally against your website terms.

    This is kept for other purposes and specific type of clients

    what purposes do you have in hidden and what type of clients? hiding something i dont like at all.

    I do thank you for the observation of our business strategy - 5EUR per month for 1TB of RAID protected storage, 2GB of RAM on a KVM with dedicated IPv4 is pretty impressive in my eyes as well! Thanks!

    package is pretty impressive i also agree, btw bw is my problem since i prefer unmeter for risk free bill.

    I might have not worded it properly - until this date - we haven't charged anyone for bandwidth overusage. If you are worried about that - don't be, you will be charged as per the thread here, just like anyone else. TOS will be revised once our new website design goes up in January - clients will be informed, though no major changes which will affect current customers will happen, the overusage fee will stand, however we I will ensure that it's clear that users can purchase additional increments of bandwidth based on the product type. Not all of our customers come from LET/LEB, luckily. Other product lines also go through the same billing website and thus this being in the TOS. I assure you, nothing shady. We've been around since 2013, if we charged someone with BW fees similar to Amazon I can assure you that you would have heard.

    Bandwidth costs money. Different business strategy - our current product lines, which fit the LET/LEB standard come with limited BW. Offering unlimited will most likely decline the customer experience.

  • Pretty good deals. Especially the storage plan sounds really nice.

  • @AlexBarakov said:

    I might have not worded it properly - until this date - we haven't charged anyone for bandwidth overusage. If you are worried about that - don't be, you will be charged as per the thread here, just like anyone else. TOS will be revised once our new website design goes up in January - clients will be informed, though no major changes which will affect current customers will happen, the overusage fee will stand, however we I will ensure that it's clear that users can purchase additional increments of bandwidth based on the product type. Not all of our customers come from LET/LEB, luckily. Other product lines also go through the same billing website and thus this being in the TOS. I assure you, nothing shady. We've been around since 2013, if we charged someone with BW fees similar to Amazon I can assure you that you would have heard.

    Bandwidth costs money. Different business strategy - our current product lines, which fit the LET/LEB standard come with limited BW. Offering unlimited will most likely decline the customer experience.

    So you are saying 1TB HDD with 3TB BW for 5EUR/month and over 3TB BW usage,per TB is 3EUR. so put all this on your TOS page clearly, hope your visitor will be benefited for that.

  • AlexBarakovAlexBarakov Member, Patron Provider

    @slackcrow said:
    Pretty good deals. Especially the storage plan sounds really nice.

    Thank you!

    @bdspice - all will be in our revised legal documents.

  • vimalwarevimalware Member
    edited December 2018

    I have one of the 1tb specials and the speeds are quite good IMO for my location and ISP.

    3TB transfer is what I consider 'generous enough' especially with this budget.

    The one I got provisioned has two 2.x Ghz vCPU.
    I do not know if that's standard, but that's what made me finally decide to keep it. (primary reasons being: Price/TB, 2gb ram, good network upstreams, ipv6 /64)

  • AlexBarakovAlexBarakov Member, Patron Provider

    @vimalware said:
    I have one of the 1tb specials and the speeds are quite good IMO for my location and ISP.

    3TB transfer is what I consider 'generous enough' especially with this budget.

    The one I got provisioned has two 2.x Ghz vCPU.
    I do not know if that's standard, but that's what made me finally decide to keep it. (primary reasons being: Price/TB, 2gb ram, good network upstreams, ipv6 /64)

    For the sake of transparency - all 1TB VMs got provisioned with 2 CPU cores. We do reserve the right to remove one of the cores in case of heavy CPU abuse - as the CPU time is shared among everyone on the node. I've decided to give everyone access to more CPU cores in case they are needed for short bursts, instead of limiting them from the beginning. That's how it's going to be for all future orders as well and we won't limit, as long as not abused.

    And the first chargeback came. From China, of course.

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  • SkanderSkander Member
    edited December 2018

    I think y'all got yourselves a new customer. I'll be placing an order shortly. :)
    Hope to have a good relationship with you.

    Quick question: What is the kernel version on the OVZ plans? (2GB - UK)

  • AlexBarakovAlexBarakov Member, Patron Provider

    @Skander said:
    I think y'all got yourselves a new customer. I'll be placing an order shortly. :)
    Hope to have a good relationship with you.

    Quick question: What is the kernel version on the OVZ plans? (2GB - UK)

    This sounds great! All of our OpenVZ plans are based on 2.6.32 kernel. OpenVZ 6. The kernel is shared and can not be upgraded and it can't run docker. This is not limited to UK only, it's amongst all of our locations.

    Additionally - yes, we are aware that the EOL of OpenVZ 6 approaches in next November. We're actively working on an upgrade path for our customers and beta testing OpenVZ 7.

    Thanked by 1Skander
  • @AlexBarakov said:

    @Skander said:
    I think y'all got yourselves a new customer. I'll be placing an order shortly. :)
    Hope to have a good relationship with you.

    Quick question: What is the kernel version on the OVZ plans? (2GB - UK)

    This sounds great! All of our OpenVZ plans are based on 2.6.32 kernel. OpenVZ 6. The kernel is shared and can not be upgraded and it can't run docker. This is not limited to UK only, it's amongst all of our locations.

    Additionally - yes, we are aware that the EOL of OpenVZ 6 approaches in next November. We're actively working on an upgrade path for our customers and beta testing OpenVZ 7.

    Not a problem. Is the connection a 100Mb or 1Gb line?
    Thanks for the prompt response.

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