RamNode | OpenVZ VPS $12/yr LET Sale
While I know RamNode fell out of the low-end market quite a few years ago, I heard it's been a while since we ran any low-end specials, so I have a couple for you! Here's what we're offering from now until Oct 31, or until sold out:
Use code: 1LET22
1GB OpenVZ SVZS - Any region - $12/yr (includes 1 IPv4, /64 IPv6)
1 vCore (fair usage)
Use code: 2LET22
2GB OpenVZ SVZS - Any region - $18/yr (includes 1 IPv4, /64 IPv6)
2 vCores (fair usage)
Dual Intel E5
RAID 10 SSD
Optional DDoS protection ($5/mo)
Order page: https://ramnode.com/#vz (sign up for yearly and enter promo code)
- New York City: http://lg.nyc.ramnode.com
- Atlanta: http://lg.atl.ramnode.com
- Seattle: http://lg.sea.ramnode.com
- Los Angeles: http://lg.la.ramnode.com
- The Netherlands: http://lg.nl.ramnode.com
Want to try our OpenStack cloud? Use CLOUD25 for a 25% cloud credit match.
YABS (1GB SVZS in Seattle)
Tue Sep 6 12:52:25 EDT 2022 Basic System Information: --------------------------------- Uptime : 0 days, 0 hours, 5 minutes Processor : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2630 v2 @ 2.60GHz CPU cores : 1 @ 2600.000 MHz AES-NI : ✔ Enabled VM-x/AMD-V : ✔ Enabled RAM : 1.0 GiB Swap : 256.0 MiB Disk : 39.2 GiB Distro : CentOS Linux 7 (Core) Kernel : 3.10.0 fio Disk Speed Tests (Mixed R/W 50/50): --------------------------------- Block Size | 4k (IOPS) | 64k (IOPS) ------ | --- ---- | ---- ---- Read | 37.25 MB/s (9.3k) | 174.63 MB/s (2.7k) Write | 37.35 MB/s (9.3k) | 175.55 MB/s (2.7k) Total | 74.60 MB/s (18.6k) | 350.19 MB/s (5.4k) | | Block Size | 512k (IOPS) | 1m (IOPS) ------ | --- ---- | ---- ---- Read | 233.60 MB/s (456) | 237.96 MB/s (232) Write | 246.01 MB/s (480) | 253.80 MB/s (247) Total | 479.62 MB/s (936) | 491.76 MB/s (479) iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv4): --------------------------------- Provider | Location (Link) | Send Speed | Recv Speed | | | Clouvider | London, UK (10G) | 836 Mbits/sec | 79.3 Mbits/sec Online.net | Paris, FR (10G) | 876 Mbits/sec | 199 Mbits/sec Hybula | The Netherlands (40G) | 839 Mbits/sec | 636 Mbits/sec Uztelecom | Tashkent, UZ (10G) | 743 Mbits/sec | 121 Mbits/sec Clouvider | NYC, NY, US (10G) | 909 Mbits/sec | 217 Mbits/sec Clouvider | Dallas, TX, US (10G) | 913 Mbits/sec | 198 Mbits/sec Clouvider | Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) | 953 Mbits/sec | 475 Mbits/sec iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv6): --------------------------------- Provider | Location (Link) | Send Speed | Recv Speed | | | Clouvider | London, UK (10G) | 792 Mbits/sec | 177 Mbits/sec Online.net | Paris, FR (10G) | 785 Mbits/sec | 186 Mbits/sec Hybula | The Netherlands (40G) | 798 Mbits/sec | 536 Mbits/sec Uztelecom | Tashkent, UZ (10G) | 436 Mbits/sec | 173 Mbits/sec Clouvider | NYC, NY, US (10G) | 843 Mbits/sec | 222 Mbits/sec Clouvider | Dallas, TX, US (10G) | 893 Mbits/sec | 304 Mbits/sec Clouvider | Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) | 915 Mbits/sec | 648 Mbits/sec Geekbench 5 Benchmark Test: --------------------------------- Test | Value | Single Core | 521 Multi Core | 534 Full Test | https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/cpu/17096649
wow .. haven't seen such post since 2015
is this real?
Nice! ... Don't need it but... Soooooo tempting!
Yep! I didn't even realize how long it's been since RamNode did a special
The code is set to recur up to 3 times (3 years)
hey @nessa since we are in 2022 why no KVM goodies?
Workin' on it.
You can use CLOUD25 for a 25% credit match on our cloud platform until I get legacy KVM worked out.
Hm nice. But weren't you guys closing the old specials and increasing the prices? I have an annually paid VPS that I'd rather keep but not worth it if you're increasing its price.
If you're paying yearly that means you're on a legacy VPS. We didn't increase the price of any legacy plans and I don't think we are going to.
Excellent. Good news then!
Yeah it's an OpenVZ one sadly.
I almost pulled the trigger on the 2gb box, but noticed the OS options were quite outdated. Any chance you might be able to add Rocky 9 (or 8) or its equivalent like Alma?
I don't think it's available for VZ7
Alma 9, CentOS 9 and Rocky 8 are available: https://src.openvz.org/projects/OVZT
ah, thanks. I'll look into it shortly
What a savage deal. Sir take a bow. Good job. Love to have you guys around.
old school ramnode style!
Love ramnode! I have a service since 2013, totally worry-free!
Waiting for the KVM sale!
I definitely love your service but there’s one thing that could be improved: would you consider offering /64 of ipv6 subnet on your openstack platform? In my case this is the only reason that I paused using your service.
Loooong time no see @nessa welcome back
Any deals for storage vps?
@nessa Good to see Ramnode offer on LET again.
My first VPS from LET / LEB was a ramnode openvz vps.
Please add Debian 11 also. Your Debian 10 template is full of preloaded services
Damn, I thought someone necroposted on an old thread.
Same here! When I saw Ramnode, I was sure it was a necropost. A blast from the past!
@nessa care to comment on this?
there seems to be a growing trend of bad faith actors organizing and attacking sites/platforms that they dont agree with by flooding them with either illegal content and/or content that goes against a providers AUP while giving website owners almost zero time to react and moderate accordingly.
it seems one of these sites (rDrama) was/is hosted at ramnode and has fallen to this tactic.
As a website owner, you are supposed to either moderate all user postings before allowing them to be seen by other users, or have 24/7 moderation team that monitors user postings in real time and delete any objectionable content.
You should have known this when you applied for your Internet Content Provider license that permits user generated content.
When the hosting provider or police calls you, it's already too late.
I just cancelled my yearly Ramnode VPS few weeks ago because of ancient package with 256MB RAM I had for 8 years or so didn't justify the price I pay anymore and I would take this refreshed offer in a heartbeat if it would be recurring.
Three years come around quickly while I prefer to stay with my stable hosts long term but at some point paying full price for by then outdated package isn't worth it. If it would be recurring... (@nessa hint :P )