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⭐ Hosted on our own physical server ⭐ HAZI.ro | VPS SSD | Game | Storage

FlorinMarianFlorinMarian Member, Provider
edited October 29 in Offers

Hi, guys!

Today we're happy to announce that our first phisycal server arrived in Datacenter and is ready to serve customers who wants KVM servers in our country..

About phisycal server:
2x Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2637 v3 @ 3.50GHz
8x 16GB - DDR4 2133MHz (PC4-17000, 2Rx4)
12x 3.5" (LFF) [4x 3TB 7200rpm HGST Enterprise installed]
4x 2.5" (SFF) [2x Samsung 860 EVO 1TB installed]
1x Intel Ethernet X520-DA2 Dual Port - 10GbE SFP+ OCP Ethernet NIC
1x LSI SAS 9305-16i HBA - Full Height PCIe-x8 SAS Controller

Our server is located in Bacau, Romania - connected to 10Gbps port with Voxility AntiDDoS behind.

LowEnd packages:

27.99$/year
1x vCPU 3.50 GHz @boost 3.70 GHz
512MB DDR4 RAM Memory
50GB HDD RAID6 Storage
100Mbps Connection
5TB Monthly traffic
Up to 1Tbps DDoS protection

Buy link: https://hazi.ro/cart.php?a=add&pid=30

27.99$/year
1x vCPU 3.50 GHz @boost 3.70 GHz
512MB DDR4 RAM Memory
10GB SSD RAID1 Storage
100Mbps Connection
5TB Monthly traffic
Up to 1Tbps DDoS protection

Buy link: https://hazi.ro/cart.php?a=add&pid=34

Looking Glass: proof.hazi.ro/

Preview : Integrated Control Panel

Preview : 1-click Installation templates

Best regards, Florin.

Thanked by 2Durs _MS_
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  • FlorinMarianFlorinMarian Member, Provider

    Our Storage packages are RAID6, a> @yoursunny said:

    caution beware of involucration

    I took my lessons and installed RAID-6 for HDD packages.

    Best regards, Florin.

  • @FlorinMarian said:
    Our Storage packages are RAID6, a> @yoursunny said:

    caution beware of involucration

    I took my lessons and installed RAID-6 for HDD packages.

    Best regards, Florin.

    which type of disks are you running if i may ask? You can check it by running this on your proxmox node (not in a vm):

    lsblk -d -e 7 -o NAME,ROTA,DISC-MAX,MODEL
    

    Just wondering because raidz2 performance on hdd can be absolute horrid. Also keep in mind now that you're using ZFS you must always have atleast 33% RAM free for arc.

    Thanked by 1FlorinMarian
  • FlorinMarianFlorinMarian Member, Provider
    edited October 29

    @FoxelVox said:

    @FlorinMarian said:
    Our Storage packages are RAID6, a> @yoursunny said:

    caution beware of involucration

    I took my lessons and installed RAID-6 for HDD packages.

    Best regards, Florin.

    which type of disks are you running if i may ask? You can check it by running this on your proxmox node (not in a vm):

    lsblk -d -e 7 -o NAME,ROTA,DISC-MAX,MODEL
    

    Just wondering because raidz2 performance on hdd can be absolute horrid. Also keep in mind now that you're using ZFS you must always have atleast 33% RAM free for arc.

    There we go

    [email protected]:~# lsblk -d -e 7 -o NAME,ROTA,DISC-MAX,MODEL
    NAME ROTA DISC-MAX MODEL
    sda 1 0B HUS724030ALS640
    sdb 1 0B HUS724030ALS640
    sdc 1 0B HUS724030ALS640
    sdd 1 0B HUS724030ALS640
    sde 0 2G Samsung_SSD_860_EVO_1TB
    sdf 0 2G Samsung_SSD_860_EVO_1TB
    sr1 1 0B Virtual_CDROM0
    sr2 1 0B Virtual_CDROM1

  • You offer FreeBSD, this is quite nice. Not many providers have it.

    Thanked by 1FlorinMarian
  • yoursunnyyoursunny Member, IPv6 Advocate

    @FlorinMarian said:
    Our Storage packages are RAID6
    I took my lessons and installed RAID-6 for HDD packages.

    Software RAID, what can go wrong?

    Best regards, push-up specialist

  • FlorinMarianFlorinMarian Member, Provider

    @default said:
    You offer FreeBSD, this is quite nice. Not many providers have it.

    Our niche in Romania requires it. Thank you for your feedback!

    @FoxelVox this is what YABS says about it, on Budget package.

    `

    ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ##

    Yet-Another-Bench-Script

    v2021-10-09

    https://github.com/masonr/yet-another-bench-script

    ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ##

    Fri Oct 29 12:21:00 UTC 2021

    Basic System Information:

    Processor : Common KVM processor
    CPU cores : 1 @ 3499.998 MHz
    AES-NI : ❌ Disabled
    VM-x/AMD-V : ❌ Disabled
    RAM : 486.9 MiB
    Swap : 0.0 KiB
    Disk : 50.0 GiB

    fio Disk Speed Tests (Mixed R/W 50/50):

    Block Size 4k (IOPS) 64k (IOPS)
    Read 16.01 MB/s (4.0k) 155.25 MB/s (2.4k)
    Write 16.03 MB/s (4.0k) 156.07 MB/s (2.4k)
    Total 32.05 MB/s (8.0k) 311.33 MB/s (4.8k)
    Block Size 512k (IOPS) 1m (IOPS)
    ------ --- ---- ---- ----
    Read 345.31 MB/s (674) 322.66 MB/s (315)
    Write 363.66 MB/s (710) 344.15 MB/s (336)
    Total 708.97 MB/s (1.3k) 666.82 MB/s (651)

    iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv4):

    Provider | Location (Link) | Send Speed | Recv Speed
    | | |
    Clouvider | London, UK (10G) | 103 Mbits/sec | 99.5 Mbits/sec
    Online.net | Paris, FR (10G) | 103 Mbits/sec | 99.6 Mbits/sec
    WorldStream | The Netherlands (10G) | 102 Mbits/sec | 99.7 Mbits/sec
    WebHorizon | Singapore (1G) | 63.9 Mbits/sec | 76.9 Mbits/sec
    Clouvider | NYC, NY, US (10G) | 96.3 Mbits/sec | 96.8 Mbits/sec
    Velocity Online | Tallahassee, FL, US (10G) | 89.9 Mbits/sec | 95.0 Mbits/sec
    Clouvider | Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) | 86.1 Mbits/sec | 93.9 Mbits/sec
    Iveloz Telecom | Sao Paulo, BR (2G) | 74.0 Mbits/sec | 89.8 Mbits/sec
    `

  • defaultdefault Member
    edited October 29

    @yoursunny said:

    @FlorinMarian said:
    Our Storage packages are RAID6
    I took my lessons and installed RAID-6 for HDD packages.

    Software RAID, what can go wrong?

    Best regards, push-up specialist

    Wait! Things can go wrong?

    EDIT: Are you referring to involu-[you-know-what]?

  • yoursunnyyoursunny Member, IPv6 Advocate
    edited October 29

    @default said:

    @yoursunny said:

    @FlorinMarian said:
    Our Storage packages are RAID6
    I took my lessons and installed RAID-6 for HDD packages.

    Software RAID, what can go wrong?

    Best regards, push-up specialist

    Wait! Things can go wrong?

    EDIT: Are you referring to involu-[you-know-what]?

    My classmate created a software RAID (same data on 2 disks).
    Two problems:

    • The disk keeps changing name between md0 and md127, so that he has to edit fstab after half of the reboots.
    • The machine stops working in 2019 after 5 years of heavy use, and he found both disks failed at the same time.
      Those are enterprise grade SAS HDD, not the crummy consumer disks.
      He lost all his research data because he thinks he has RAID and doesn't need other backups.

    I used a machine hardware RAID (3 disks providing capacity of 2 disks) during an internship in 2009.
    Once I saw a disk is blinking yellow.
    My manager pulled out the disk and put in another one, while the server is running.
    There's no prompt or anything in the OS (it's Windows 2008), and everything just works.

    I'm a little worried about the current server I'm using.
    It's single M2 NVMe and I don't know where's the yellow light.
    The front drive bays have yellow lights, but all the disks I can find in the lab are a finger narrower than those bays, and nothing fits.

  • @yoursunny said:

    @FlorinMarian said:
    Our Storage packages are RAID6
    I took my lessons and installed RAID-6 for HDD packages.

    Software RAID, what can go wrong?

    Best regards, push-up specialist

    After playing with 36 drive arrays I can say ZFS raid is very very good, if you have ecc memory. It's system requirements are high but for good reason. Decently the best software solution ATM.

    Thanked by 1servarica_hani
  • @yoursunny said:

    @FlorinMarian said:
    Our Storage packages are RAID6
    I took my lessons and installed RAID-6 for HDD packages.

    Software RAID, what can go wrong?

    Best regards, push-up specialist

    Are you suggesting that hardware RAID is bullet-proof? One of my servers' disk disappeared because the host node RAID card went belly up.

    None exempts you from making backups. Or being lazy. Or both.

  • yoursunnyyoursunny Member, IPv6 Advocate

    @Pixels said:

    @yoursunny said:

    @FlorinMarian said:
    Our Storage packages are RAID6
    I took my lessons and installed RAID-6 for HDD packages.

    Software RAID, what can go wrong?

    Best regards, push-up specialist

    Are you suggesting that hardware RAID is bullet-proof? One of my servers' disk disappeared because the host node RAID card went belly up.

    Hardware RAID card has 3-year warranty.
    It would not randomly change name.
    It has a blinking yellow light when there's a problem.

  • @yoursunny said:
    Hardware RAID card has 3-year warranty.
    It would not randomly change name.
    It has a blinking yellow light when there's a problem.

    More then once I have experienced a hardware raid controller going nuts and simply destroying all data on the drives. No warranty will help you then.

    As always, RAID is not a backup.

    Thanked by 1Pixels
  • yoursunnyyoursunny Member, IPv6 Advocate

    @rcy026 said:

    @yoursunny said:
    Hardware RAID card has 3-year warranty.
    It would not randomly change name.
    It has a blinking yellow light when there's a problem.

    More then once I have experienced a hardware raid controller going nuts and simply destroying all data on the drives. No warranty will help you then.

    As always, RAID is not a backup.

    This is when you tell customers that the netapp is involucrated and the disks have warnings.

    Windows 2008 Enterprise supports DFS, which is a shared folder between two servers, coordinated by the domain controller.
    If the hardware RAID controller is broken, the data is still available on the other server, and the warranty will give you a new hardware RAID controller on the next day.
    There were no ransomware in 2010, so we don't need backups after having hardware RAID + DFS.

  • vyas11vyas11 Member
    edited October 29

    @FlorinMarian said:

    @default said:
    You offer FreeBSD, this is quite nice. Not many providers have it.

    Our niche in Romania requires it. Thank you for your feedback!

    @FoxelVox this is what YABS says about it, on Budget package.

    YaBS follows

    ——

    `

    ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ##

    Yet-Another-Bench-Script

    v2021-10-09

    https://github.com/masonr/yet-another-bench-script

    ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ##

    Fri Oct 29 12:21:00 UTC 2021

    Basic System Information:

    Processor : Common KVM processor
    CPU cores : 1 @ 3499.998 MHz
    AES-NI : ❌ Disabled
    VM-x/AMD-V : ❌ Disabled
    RAM : 486.9 MiB
    Swap : 0.0 KiB
    Disk : 50.0 GiB

    fio Disk Speed Tests (Mixed R/W 50/50):

    Block Size 4k (IOPS) 64k (IOPS)
    Read 16.01 MB/s (4.0k) 155.25 MB/s (2.4k)
    Write 16.03 MB/s (4.0k) 156.07 MB/s (2.4k)
    Total 32.05 MB/s (8.0k) 311.33 MB/s (4.8k)
    Block Size 512k (IOPS) 1m (IOPS)
    ------ --- ---- ---- ----
    Read 345.31 MB/s (674) 322.66 MB/s (315)
    Write 363.66 MB/s (710) 344.15 MB/s (336)
    Total 708.97 MB/s (1.3k) 666.82 MB/s (651)

    iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv4):

    Provider | Location (Link) | Send Speed | Recv Speed
    | | |
    Clouvider | London, UK (10G) | 103 Mbits/sec | 99.5 Mbits/sec
    Online.net | Paris, FR (10G) | 103 Mbits/sec | 99.6 Mbits/sec
    WorldStream | The Netherlands (10G) | 102 Mbits/sec | 99.7 Mbits/sec
    WebHorizon | Singapore (1G) | 63.9 Mbits/sec | 76.9 Mbits/sec
    Clouvider | NYC, NY, US (10G) | 96.3 Mbits/sec | 96.8 Mbits/sec
    Velocity Online | Tallahassee, FL, US (10G) | 89.9 Mbits/sec | 95.0 Mbits/sec
    Clouvider | Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) | 86.1 Mbits/sec | 93.9 Mbits/sec
    Iveloz Telecom | Sao Paulo, BR (2G) | 74.0 Mbits/sec | 89.8 Mbits/sec
    `

    Some consider YABS to be a BM script inferior to some custom scripts.
    Can you post BM for those VPS which use older script?

  • @yoursunny said:
    This is when you tell customers that the netapp is involucrated and the disks have warnings.

  • miumiu Member
    edited October 29

    @FlorinMarian said:
    12x 3.5" (LFF) [4x 3TB 7200rpm HGST Enterprise installed]

    12 = 4, ok

    Our Storage packages are RAID6
    I took my lessons and installed RAID-6 for HDD packages.

    @ your proudly raid6 - just you did not get good lesson with raid6 yet probably:
    very good way how lost data when websites are running on it - what is your intention bcs you do not use it for storage purpose, 50GB does not sound as "storage" (mainly DB corrupted and unreadable, this happened me 3 times and at 3 different and at good providers, (host-hatch, ultraVPS, and crownCloud)). is only question of time

    And good luck at disk failures, then raid-6 rebuild will be great great fun!

  • Do you accept Hostsolutions.ro credit? lol :D

  • miumiu Member
    edited October 29

    @FlorinMarian said:

    fio Disk Speed Tests (Mixed R/W 50/50):

    Block Size 4k (IOPS) 64k (IOPS)
    Read 16.01 MB/s (4.0k) 155.25 MB/s (2.4k)
    Write 16.03 MB/s (4.0k) 156.07 MB/s (2.4k)
    Total 32.05 MB/s (8.0k) 311.33 MB/s (4.8k)
    Block Size 512k (IOPS) 1m (IOPS)
    ------ --- ---- ---- ----
    Read 345.31 MB/s (674) 322.66 MB/s (315)
    Write 363.66 MB/s (710) 344.15 MB/s (336)
    Total 708.97 MB/s (1.3k) 666.82 MB/s (651)

    yes bcs this does ZFS caching in free RAM (not disks)
    but u will see real raid-6 "performance" when any disk will fail, good luck

  • miumiu Member

    @niknar1900 said:
    Do you accept Hostsolutions.ro credit? lol :D

    iHostArt does ;-)

  • defaultdefault Member
    edited October 29

    @miu said:

    @niknar1900 said:
    Do you accept Hostsolutions.ro credit? lol :D

    iHostArt does ;-)

    Oh, please do not advertise that soon-to-be-scam.

    Thanked by 1Marcooo
  • miumiu Member
    edited October 29

    @yoursunny said:
    My classmate created a software RAID (same data on 2 disks).
    Two problems:

    • The disk keeps changing name between md0 and md127, so that he has to edit fstab after half of the reboots.
    • The machine stops working in 2019 after 5 years of heavy use, and he found both disks failed at the same time.
      Those are enterprise grade SAS HDD, not the crummy consumer disks.
      He lost all his research data because he thinks he has RAID and doesn't need other backups.

    In most such cases another disk fail at rebuild, when high load helps to it (what should be something quite expected when are used the same disks from same manufacturer and same series that can die in the same time)
    So IMO also: never rely only for RAID data redundancy (especially parity raids) ONLY, it can completely fail in most bad moment - at rebuild

    Thanked by 1yoursunny
  • FlorinMarianFlorinMarian Member, Provider

    @miu said:

    @FlorinMarian said:
    12x 3.5" (LFF) [4x 3TB 7200rpm HGST Enterprise installed]

    12 = 4, ok

    Our Storage packages are RAID6
    I took my lessons and installed RAID-6 for HDD packages.

    @ your proudly raid6 - just you did not get good lesson with raid6 yet probably:
    very good way how lost data when websites are running on it - what is your intention bcs you do not use it for storage purpose, 50GB does not sound as "storage" (mainly DB corrupted and unreadable, this happened me 3 times and at 3 different and at good providers, (host-hatch, ultraVPS, and crownCloud)). is only question of time

    And good luck at disk failures, then raid-6 rebuild will be great great fun!

    Excuse me because I wasn't enough expressive.
    I've tried to say that we can have up to 12 3.5" drives and up to 4 2.5" drives.
    In reality we have just 6 slots used.

    Best regards, Florin.

  • miumiu Member

    @FlorinMarian said:
    Excuse me because I wasn't enough expressive.
    I've tried to say that we can have up to 12 3.5" drives and up to 4 2.5" drives.
    In reality we have just 6 slots used.

    Best regards, Florin.

    Good day
    OK, thanks for explanation (i also use 2U racks with 12x3.5"LFF (HP DL380P))
    And be aware with raid 6. Good luck.

    Thanked by 1FlorinMarian
  • PieHasBeenEatenPieHasBeenEaten Member, Moderator

    Why you using raid6? Raid 10 would of net you same amount of space and faster reads and writes.

    Thanked by 1lanefu
  • PieHasBeenEatenPieHasBeenEaten Member, Moderator
    edited October 31

    Shoot even zfs using the ssds for write and read cache. Will be fast as heck.

  • FlorinMarianFlorinMarian Member, Provider

    @PieHasBeenEaten said:
    Why you using raid6? Raid 10 would of net you same amount of space and faster reads and writes.

    Hi!
    Have a look here, please. [ https://lowendtalk.com/discussion/174629/raid5-on-backup-space ]

    Best regards, Florin.

  • FlorinMarianFlorinMarian Member, Provider

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  • @FlorinMarian said:

    @PieHasBeenEaten said:
    Why you using raid6? Raid 10 would of net you same amount of space and faster reads and writes.

    Hi!
    Have a look here, please. [ https://lowendtalk.com/discussion/174629/raid5-on-backup-space ]

    Best regards, Florin.

    i believe conclusion was to use zfs raid?

  • FlorinMarianFlorinMarian Member, Provider

    @cybertech said:

    @FlorinMarian said:

    @PieHasBeenEaten said:
    Why you using raid6? Raid 10 would of net you same amount of space and faster reads and writes.

    Hi!
    Have a look here, please. [ https://lowendtalk.com/discussion/174629/raid5-on-backup-space ]

    Best regards, Florin.

    i believe conclusion was to use zfs raid?

    Yes, for SSD drives we have RAID1 because they're only 2 and for HDD drives we choosen RAIDZ-2.

    Best regards, Florin.

    Thanked by 1cybertech
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