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  • edited August 1

    For me too, timing out both locally and via JP proxy

    edit: Up but very slow a minute ago and now loading normally.

  • raviravi Member

    Its loading at my end but little slow.

    My VPS is also loading slow.

  • It's loading fast and fine for me

  • raindog308raindog308 Administrator

    It works for me.

    Wasn't there javascript falling snow at one point, @Francisco? Or were they falling pony heads? Or just a stray bit of pharmaceuticals flashing me back to something that never was?

  • I have multiple servers. Some of them are working fine, some don't. For me, New York and Luxemburg is working. Las Vegas is down.
    Also their websites at buyvm.net didn't work until recently. Now they're back online.

  • FranciscoFrancisco Member, Top Host, Host Rep

    Sorry, been a bit of a crapshoot.

    We're doing a major router change out and a BW upgrade so its been a bit rough :) Lots of things moving about and it's only me here.

    Almost there.

    Francisco

  • raindog308raindog308 Administrator

    @Francisco said: Lots of things moving about and it's only me here.

    Well, we warned you that these low-price one-man-band shops are unsustainable.

    Thanked by 1TimboJones
  • @raindog308 said:

    @Francisco said: Lots of things moving about and it's only me here.

    Well, we warned you that these low-price one-man-band shops are unsustainable.

    What a lovely way to offer to triple your payments! 😛

  • banditobandito Member

    loading, quite slower though

  • banditobandito Member

    update: doesn't work now, buyshared seems to be down too

  • ericlsericls Member, Patron Provider

    Looks like it's back now!

  • FranciscoFrancisco Member, Top Host, Host Rep

    @bandito said:
    loading, quite slower though

    It will be for a bit longer, just waiting on the go ahead for the optic swap at hurricane. Probably another 10 - 20 minutes.

    We're moving from 40GBit->100Gbit. Doing this on the MX480 wasn't financially smart given the linecards are like $20k each or something.

    We opt'd instead to do an MX204 + a nice cisco switch to act as a port expander. We've been busy moving ports between the units and some old crusty configs from our OVZ days were still kicking around so I had to deal with scrubbing that.

  • sandozsandoz Member
    edited August 1

    @raindog308 said:

    @Francisco said: Lots of things moving about and it's only me here.

    Well, we warned you that these low-price one-man-band shops are unsustainable.

    I think that isn't the problem he can work with small team and pay them better.

    Is very clear that less hours of work and better payments to the employeers = better work.

    Why we need to be and have a tons of tons of employeers? No need. That is more waste of money.

    If @Francisco focus in quality in Support like Sales and Support and Network and Hardware everything will run smoothly and fine.

    BuyVM is doing great in those all years.

  • raindog308raindog308 Administrator

    @sandoz said: I think that isn't the problem he can work with small team and pay them better.

    I was joking. BuyVM's been around for...10 years? Something like that.

    Thanked by 1kkrajk
  • FranciscoFrancisco Member, Top Host, Host Rep

    @sandoz said: If @Francisco focus in quality in Support like Sales and Support and Network and Hardware everything will run smoothly and fine.

    BuyVM is doing great in those all years.

    I don't think you quite get the extent of the upgrade we're doing :) It's not a easy drop in. We have to have optics changed on our providers side, reconfigure all of our switches, pull out a heavy ass MX480, add a new router, switching, etc.

    Staff size only goes so far, we'd be overtop of eachother.

    I'm new to the 'cisco' world so I ran into some hitches I didn't on other setups.

    I now know for future setups.

    Francisco

  • AlexBarakovAlexBarakov Member, Patron Provider

    @Francisco said: We opt'd instead to do an MX204 + a nice cisco switch to act as a port expander. We've been busy moving ports between the units and some old crusty configs from our OVZ days were still kicking around so I had to deal with scrubbing that.

    MX204 provides an amazing value for its price indeed. Wait times are horrible, though.

    Thanked by 1Francisco
  • HxxxHxxx Member
    edited August 1

    It was sarcasm, buyvm is premium and has a team.
    Frantech.

  • LordSpockLordSpock Member, Host Rep

    @Francisco said:

    @sandoz said: If @Francisco focus in quality in Support like Sales and Support and Network and Hardware everything will run smoothly and fine.

    I'm new to the 'cisco' world so I ran into some hitches I didn't on other setups.

    Can't help but picture your name as FranCisco™ now.

  • @Francisco said: I now know for future setups.

    Wishing you the best in your major infrastructure upgrade. It's never an easy job.

  • @Francisco said:

    @bandito said:
    loading, quite slower though

    It will be for a bit longer, just waiting on the go ahead for the optic swap at hurricane. Probably another 10 - 20 minutes.

    We're moving from 40GBit->100Gbit. Doing this on the MX480 wasn't financially smart given the linecards are like $20k each or something.

    We opt'd instead to do an MX204 + a nice cisco switch to act as a port expander. We've been busy moving ports between the units and some old crusty configs from our OVZ days were still kicking around so I had to deal with scrubbing that.

    May I ask in which region you are upgrading??

  • FranciscoFrancisco Member, Top Host, Host Rep

    May I ask in which region you are upgrading??

    The immediate is Vegas, but NY & LU will get moved up to 200Gbit total capacity each within the next 60 days.

    The goal is to be around 600 - 700Gbit global capacity by October.

    There's another pallet of gear including 900T worth of Slabs heading to LUX in the coming couple weeks.

    Francisco

  • FranciscoFrancisco Member, Top Host, Host Rep

    MX204 provides an amazing value for its price indeed. Wait times are horrible, though.

    They're EOS & EOL now :(

    Francisco

  • xx00xxxx00xx Member

    @Francisco

    since you know your customers better then anybody else, how much gbit of your global bandwith is used for porn? 10G ? less or more ? ^^

  • HxxxHxxx Member
    edited August 1

    @Francisco
    In regards to upgrades...

    Yeah baby... this is how is done. LET'S GO !!!

  • @xx00xx said:
    @Francisco

    since you know your customers better then anybody else, how much gbit of your global bandwith is used for porn? 10G ? less or more ? ^^

    Silly question. All of it.

  • FranciscoFrancisco Member, Top Host, Host Rep

    @TimboJones said:

    @xx00xx said:
    @Francisco

    since you know your customers better then anybody else, how much gbit of your global bandwith is used for porn? 10G ? less or more ? ^^

    Silly question. All of it.

    We push 15gbit or something in TOR alone, it’ll only go up from here.

    I assume 100% of our slabs are pure porn unless proven otherwise.

    Francisco

  • @Francisco said:

    @TimboJones said:

    @xx00xx said:
    @Francisco

    since you know your customers better then anybody else, how much gbit of your global bandwith is used for porn? 10G ? less or more ? ^^

    Silly question. All of it.

    We push 15gbit or something in TOR alone, it’ll only go up from here.

    I assume 100% of our slabs are pure porn unless proven otherwise.

    Francisco

    To me, that seems like you're saying you are knowingly hosting a large quantity of "porn" on TOR (which is notorious for CSAM) alone with the expectation for that to increase.

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  • @dahartigan said:

    @Francisco said:

    @TimboJones said:

    @xx00xx said:
    @Francisco

    since you know your customers better then anybody else, how much gbit of your global bandwith is used for porn? 10G ? less or more ? ^^

    Silly question. All of it.

    We push 15gbit or something in TOR alone, it’ll only go up from here.

    I assume 100% of our slabs are pure porn unless proven otherwise.

    Francisco

    To me, that seems like you're saying you are knowingly hosting a large quantity of "porn" on TOR (which is notorious for CSAM) alone with the expectation for that to increase.

    Fuck off. Not just because you don't know the difference between hosting and transporting, that deserves a "fuck off, you moron" on its own.

    Don't be a cunt.

    Thanked by 2Logano miau
  • FranciscoFrancisco Member, Top Host, Host Rep

    @dahartigan said:

    @Francisco said:

    @TimboJones said:

    @xx00xx said:
    @Francisco

    since you know your customers better then anybody else, how much gbit of your global bandwith is used for porn? 10G ? less or more ? ^^

    Silly question. All of it.

    We push 15gbit or something in TOR alone, it’ll only go up from here.

    I assume 100% of our slabs are pure porn unless proven otherwise.

    Francisco

    To me, that seems like you're saying you are knowingly hosting a large quantity of "porn" on TOR (which is notorious for CSAM) alone with the expectation for that to increase.

    The porn thing is an inside joke, it’s literally mentioned in the description field of slabs.

    Francisco

  • @TimboJones said:

    @dahartigan said:

    @Francisco said:

    @TimboJones said:

    @xx00xx said:
    @Francisco

    since you know your customers better then anybody else, how much gbit of your global bandwith is used for porn? 10G ? less or more ? ^^

    Silly question. All of it.

    We push 15gbit or something in TOR alone, it’ll only go up from here.

    I assume 100% of our slabs are pure porn unless proven otherwise.

    Francisco

    To me, that seems like you're saying you are knowingly hosting a large quantity of "porn" on TOR (which is notorious for CSAM) alone with the expectation for that to increase.

    Fuck off. Not just because you don't know the difference between hosting and transporting, that deserves a "fuck off, you moron" on its own.

    Don't be a cunt.

    Calm down, I'm just tickling Fran's belly..

    Thanked by 1Logano
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