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Looking for a storage dedi

HayashimaHayashima Member
edited November 2022 in Requests

Hi,

I am looking for a storage dedi with around 100TB of storage space. Budget is 200USD/month.

It should have:
Unmetered traffic
At least 32GB of ram
A fairly modern cpu.

Location does not matter, except if your network has packet loss to everywhere in the world.

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  • Need some BF deals here! Where did those old BF dedi offers go?

  • afnafn Member
    edited November 2022

    if someone will sort you out for something this big (or bigger), it will be terrahost or pulsedmedia

    If not, Hetzner has 15x6TB (96TB) for 110€ and 10x10TB for 120€ (or via resellers like netdynamics, walkerserver, etc)

  • Smith42Smith42 Member
    edited November 2022

    If you care about network performance, you probably don't want to consider Hetzner. They don't specifically have packet loss to everywhere but not necessarily the best peering either. You may want to consider OVH, they also have a sale going on right now with upto 30% off on storage servers (2 year contract tho!).

    If you want it on a monthly basis you could check with Andy10gbit who has some OVH options in your price range. He also resells from Hetzner and a couple other hosts.

    You can contact him on his discord https://andy10gbit.xyz/

    GL

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  • HayashimaHayashima Member
    edited November 2022

    @Smith42 said:
    If you care about network performance, you probably don't want to consider Hetzner. They don't specifically have packet loss to everywhere but not necessarily the best peering either. You may want to consider OVH, they also have a sale going on right now with upto 30% off on storage servers (2 year contract tho!).

    If you want it on a monthly basis you could check with Andy10gbit who has some OVH options in your price range. He also resells from Hetzner and a couple other hosts.

    You can contact him on his discord https://andy10gbit.xyz/

    GL

    Andy's server is good, I will put him into my list, but let me wait for more offers first. Thank you.

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  • I am still looking for a deal here.

  • servarica_haniservarica_hani Member, Patron Provider

    Check our orangutan storage offers
    https://clients.servarica.com/store/black-friday-2022/orangutan-dedicated-server-non-raid
    you can add 5x 14TB disks to the offer for 20$/m each
    total will be 195$/m

    Thanks

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  • @servarica_hani said:
    Check our orangutan storage offers
    https://clients.servarica.com/store/black-friday-2022/orangutan-dedicated-server-non-raid
    you can add 5x 14TB disks to the offer for 20$/m each
    total will be 195$/m

    Thanks

    Seems like a very good deal, is there any way I can get 1Gbps unlimited bandwidth for free?

  • @servarica_hani
    I'm also interested in this offer if you can do unlimited 1Gbps for the same price :)

  • servarica_haniservarica_hani Member, Patron Provider

    @Hayashima said:

    @servarica_hani said:
    Check our orangutan storage offers
    https://clients.servarica.com/store/black-friday-2022/orangutan-dedicated-server-non-raid
    you can add 5x 14TB disks to the offer for 20$/m each
    total will be 195$/m

    Thanks

    Seems like a very good deal, is there any way I can get 1Gbps unlimited bandwidth for free?

    Thanks> @dararish said:

    @servarica_hani
    I'm also interested in this offer if you can do unlimited 1Gbps for the same price :)

    for a fully populated server with 8 x 14TB disks yes we can upgrade the BW to 1gbps

    By the way we have the option of 12x disks as well using one of our Dell 730xd or 720xd

    Thanks

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  • From @terrahost

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    216TB STORAGE

    2 x Intel Xeon E5
    32GB RAM
    250GB SSD
    12 x 18TB HDD
    10G Port
    1Gbps Unmetered
    Location: Kansas City

    Was: $500
    Now: $250

    Recurring discount!
    Use coupon: 216TBCM22

    Buy https://terrahost.com/configuration/4449

  • That's a pretty good deal, tbh, if you have the $2550 to drop right now (that's the annual cost as a lump payment). It's still solid at $250/mo but not within the original requirements.

    And Terrahost is a pretty solid company (I've had a box with them for a few years now).

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  • HayashimaHayashima Member
    edited November 2022

    @lewellyn said:
    That's a pretty good deal, tbh, if you have the $2550 to drop right now (that's the annual cost as a lump payment). It's still solid at $250/mo but not within the original requirements.

    And Terrahost is a pretty solid company (I've had a box with them for a few years now).

    Yes, it is a very good deal, but I am not sure if I am willing to spend $50 more for that extra 100TB of storage, because I will never put them in use, for me, 100TB seems to be enough, at least for now.

    Also another question is I do not know how good is the network at @terrahost 's Kansas location. Generally, Kansas dedicated servers are cheap, but do not have good peering/speed/latency to outside US. So, I hope @terrahost could provide us a test ip.

  • @Hayashima said: I hope @terrahost could provide us a test ip.

    Here you go: https://lg.kc-us.terrahost.com/

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  • @lewellyn said:
    That's a pretty good deal, tbh, if you have the $2550 to drop right now (that's the annual cost as a lump payment). It's still solid at $250/mo but not within the original requirements.

    And Terrahost is a pretty solid company (I've had a box with them for a few years now).

    @nullnothere said:

    @Hayashima said: I hope @terrahost could provide us a test ip.

    Here you go: https://lg.kc-us.terrahost.com/

    Tbh, at one time I was trying to go with that special offer, but after looking at that Looking glass, I immediately decided I will not pick up that offer, their Kansas location's network is really bad(my opinion), I was downloading their test file from multiple servers, I remember on 1 of my server located at west coast US only had 3MB/s, other servers' speeds were not that horrible but they were still unable to convince me to go for it.

    I finally chose one provider's private offer. The server is also located in the US, but by downloading their test file, I was able to get 100MB/s on most of my servers.

  • terrahostterrahost Member, Patron Provider

    @Hayashima said:

    @lewellyn said:
    That's a pretty good deal, tbh, if you have the $2550 to drop right now (that's the annual cost as a lump payment). It's still solid at $250/mo but not within the original requirements.

    And Terrahost is a pretty solid company (I've had a box with them for a few years now).

    @nullnothere said:

    @Hayashima said: I hope @terrahost could provide us a test ip.

    Here you go: https://lg.kc-us.terrahost.com/

    Tbh, at one time I was trying to go with that special offer, but after looking at that Looking glass, I immediately decided I will not pick up that offer, their Kansas location's network is really bad(my opinion), I was downloading their test file from multiple servers, I remember on 1 of my server located at west coast US only had 3MB/s, other servers' speeds were not that horrible but they were still unable to convince me to go for it.

    I finally chose one provider's private offer. The server is also located in the US, but by downloading their test file, I was able to get 100MB/s on most of my servers.

    Sorry to hear you've had such a bad experience testing our looking glass. We have no saturation of any kind and its the first we've heard of any issues like that in KC. For your information we're adding more transit there very soon.

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  • gorilla servers has 120 tb for 120 with unmetered 1gig

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  • @terrahost said:

    @Hayashima said:

    @lewellyn said:
    That's a pretty good deal, tbh, if you have the $2550 to drop right now (that's the annual cost as a lump payment). It's still solid at $250/mo but not within the original requirements.

    And Terrahost is a pretty solid company (I've had a box with them for a few years now).

    @nullnothere said:

    @Hayashima said: I hope @terrahost could provide us a test ip.

    Here you go: https://lg.kc-us.terrahost.com/

    Tbh, at one time I was trying to go with that special offer, but after looking at that Looking glass, I immediately decided I will not pick up that offer, their Kansas location's network is really bad(my opinion), I was downloading their test file from multiple servers, I remember on 1 of my server located at west coast US only had 3MB/s, other servers' speeds were not that horrible but they were still unable to convince me to go for it.

    I finally chose one provider's private offer. The server is also located in the US, but by downloading their test file, I was able to get 100MB/s on most of my servers.

    Sorry to hear you've had such a bad experience testing our looking glass. We have no saturation of any kind and its the first we've heard of any issues like that in KC. For your information we're adding more transit there very soon.

    Thank you for replying me. But I do think your Kansas location has a long way to go. For example, when I use dedipath to download your test file, it has 30MB/s, but the provider I went with could have an output of 100MB/s. 30MB/s is good enough to cover normal usage, but I think when a server has 200TB of drives, 30MB/s is not enough.

  • HayashimaHayashima Member
    edited December 2022

    @PieHasBeenEaten said:
    gorilla servers has 120 tb for 120 with unmetered 1gig

    Hmmm, I forgot them, but I never tried them before. I think I am good with the provider I chose, yes, they are more expensive than gorilla servers, but their network is great, not only in North America, but globally(90MB/s in EU). Maybe in the future when I need a new storage server I will consider them. Thank you.

  • opiqopiq Member
    edited December 2022

    @servarica_hani said:
    Check our orangutan storage offers
    https://clients.servarica.com/store/black-friday-2022/orangutan-dedicated-server-non-raid
    you can add 5x 14TB disks to the offer for 20$/m each
    total will be 195$/m

    Thanks

    do you have any servers with 20-30tb space? @servarica_hani

  • servarica_haniservarica_hani Member, Patron Provider

    @opiq said:

    @servarica_hani said:
    Check our orangutan storage offers
    https://clients.servarica.com/store/black-friday-2022/orangutan-dedicated-server-non-raid
    you can add 5x 14TB disks to the offer for 20$/m each
    total will be 195$/m

    Thanks

    do you have any servers with 20-30tb space? @servarica_hani

    We have Panda and Gorilla both with 32TB storage and 1TB SSD
    https://clients.servarica.com/store/dedicated-servers/panda-dedicated-server
    https://clients.servarica.com/store/dedicated-servers/gorilla-dedicated-server
    but currently both are out of stock

    We had 1 available this week for very short time and someone got it

    The only ones we still have stock of now are Orangutan but they start from 42TB and have space to add much more disks

  • @servarica_hani said:

    @opiq said:

    @servarica_hani said:
    Check our orangutan storage offers
    https://clients.servarica.com/store/black-friday-2022/orangutan-dedicated-server-non-raid
    you can add 5x 14TB disks to the offer for 20$/m each
    total will be 195$/m

    Thanks

    do you have any servers with 20-30tb space? @servarica_hani

    We have Panda and Gorilla both with 32TB storage and 1TB SSD
    https://clients.servarica.com/store/dedicated-servers/panda-dedicated-server
    https://clients.servarica.com/store/dedicated-servers/gorilla-dedicated-server
    but currently both are out of stock

    We had 1 available this week for very short time and someone got it

    The only ones we still have stock of now are Orangutan but they start from 42TB and have space to add much more disks

    I posted Orangutan benchmarks earlier in the thread btw. Solid box for the price. Highly recommend tbh.

  • @lewellyn said:

    @servarica_hani said:

    @opiq said:

    @servarica_hani said:
    Check our orangutan storage offers
    https://clients.servarica.com/store/black-friday-2022/orangutan-dedicated-server-non-raid
    you can add 5x 14TB disks to the offer for 20$/m each
    total will be 195$/m

    Thanks

    do you have any servers with 20-30tb space? @servarica_hani

    We have Panda and Gorilla both with 32TB storage and 1TB SSD
    https://clients.servarica.com/store/dedicated-servers/panda-dedicated-server
    https://clients.servarica.com/store/dedicated-servers/gorilla-dedicated-server
    but currently both are out of stock

    We had 1 available this week for very short time and someone got it

    The only ones we still have stock of now are Orangutan but they start from 42TB and have space to add much more disks

    I posted Orangutan benchmarks earlier in the thread btw. Solid box for the price. Highly recommend tbh.

    Can you post it here please? Maybe we can turn this thread into an mega storage server offer thread?

  • Those are some decidedly impressive IOPS for the boot SSD in your yabs! (Though, granted, measuring your boot SSD isn't overly useful when you are using the box for bulk storage...)

    Here's a fresh one from me:

    Basic System Information:
    ---------------------------------
    Uptime     : 8 days, 16 hours, 42 minutes
    Processor  : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2630 v4 @ 2.20GHz
    CPU cores  : 40 @ 2200.042 MHz
    AES-NI     : ✔ Enabled
    VM-x/AMD-V : ✔ Enabled
    RAM        : 125.8 GiB
    Swap       : 2.0 GiB
    Disk       : 35.2 TiB
    Distro     : openSUSE Leap 15.4
    Kernel     : 5.14.21-150400.24.33-default
    
    fio Disk Speed Tests (Mixed R/W 50/50):
    ---------------------------------
    Block Size | 4k            (IOPS) | 64k           (IOPS)
      ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
    Read       | 111.33 MB/s  (27.8k) | 109.49 MB/s   (1.7k)
    Write      | 111.63 MB/s  (27.9k) | 110.07 MB/s   (1.7k)
    Total      | 222.97 MB/s  (55.7k) | 219.57 MB/s   (3.4k)
               |                      |
    Block Size | 512k          (IOPS) | 1m            (IOPS)
      ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
    Read       | 129.94 MB/s    (253) | 115.29 MB/s    (112)
    Write      | 136.85 MB/s    (267) | 122.96 MB/s    (120)
    Total      | 266.79 MB/s    (520) | 238.25 MB/s    (232)
    
    iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv4):
    ---------------------------------
    Provider        | Location (Link)           | Send Speed      | Recv Speed      | Ping
    -----           | -----                     | ----            | ----            | ----
    Clouvider       | London, UK (10G)          | 412 Mbits/sec   | 341 Mbits/sec   |
    Scaleway        | Paris, FR (10G)           | 430 Mbits/sec   | 293 Mbits/sec   | 83.7 ms
    NovoServe       | North Holland, NL (40G)   | 402 Mbits/sec   | 451 Mbits/sec   |
    Uztelecom       | Tashkent, UZ (10G)        | 409 Mbits/sec   | 194 Mbits/sec   |
    Clouvider       | NYC, NY, US (10G)         | 494 Mbits/sec   | 487 Mbits/sec   |
    Clouvider       | Dallas, TX, US (10G)      | 467 Mbits/sec   | 478 Mbits/sec   |
    Clouvider       | Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) | 425 Mbits/sec   | 305 Mbits/sec   |
    
    Geekbench 5 Benchmark Test:
    ---------------------------------
    Test            | Value
                    |
    Single Core     | 877
    Multi Core      | 12857
    Full Test       | https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/cpu/19119711
    
    

    You'll note the Orangutan comes stock with a 500Mbit unmetered port. The speeds align well with that. And the random ping yabs did (no idea why it only randomly ever pings for me, on any box) to Scaleway shows that the ping times from Servarica to Europe is reasonable. From midwestern USA, I get the same pings to that box as I do to any well-routed East Coast USA host.

    Which provider/offer was your yabs from? It looks like something hosted at Psychz rather than One Wilshire, from the pings?

    Have some further speed testing, since that is a concern of yours. :)

    speedtest-cli (with all its wonderfulness in being effectively unable to select a server and really only being in the ballpark of reality):

    Retrieving speedtest.net server list...
    Selecting best server based on ping...
    Hosted by Clarkson University (Potsdam, NY) [368.74 km]: 20.164 ms
    Testing download speed................................................................................
    Download: 413.20 Mbit/s
    Testing upload speed......................................................................................................
    Upload: 365.85 Mbit/s
    

    Since some people care, most (if not all) of my traffic out of the region seems to go out Cogent. It probably doesn't matter to you, but they do seem to prefer Beanfield, especially for eastern-half-of-Canada hosts, Akamaized hosts, and East Coast USA hosts. CloudFlare seems to go over Cogent, which is probably CloudFlare's fault more than anything (their peering mixes in many metro areas feel lazy for their supposed grand mission).

    And speaking of One Wilshire LAX, my pings to my boxes there are under 80ms (approximately the same as I get out of DC1 Equinix, which is wholly unsurprising since distance is about the same). And to NTT in Tokyo, I get ~150ms from Servarica versus ~175ms out of DC1 Equinix (I suspect it's because Montreal -> Chicago -> NTT is a physically shorter distance than Equinix's peering to NTT out of DC).

    Basically, they're well-connected and ping times are at least reasonable anywhere I have a box. They're quite competent (and they kind of have to be since they're one of the few providers, if not the only one, offering Xen VPSes on LET). In the new year, I plan to put their network through more paces than I ever have before. And I have full confidence that it'll perform as I expect and hope.

    Granted I'm not the sort to mutter about 20-30ms here and there. But Servarica has proven to be well-situated to be within about that range in general from hosts in Midwest USA and East Coast USA. They're definitely under-appreciated and overshadowed by OVH, whose network blend gives Montreal and Canada as a whole a bad name IMHO.

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  • HayashimaHayashima Member
    edited December 2022

    @lewellyn Thank you for that YABS, I can answer some of your questions and also some network info about this provider.

    @lewellyn said: Which provider/offer was your yabs from? It looks like something hosted at Psychz rather than One Wilshire, from the pings?

    I don't know if I am allowed to say the provider's name or not, the provider has explicitly told me that I should not post the offer in the thread, I am asking if I am allowed to mention their name in this thread, if they say yes, I will definitely post it in this thread. But I can tell the server is located near west coast(but NOT LA).

    @lewellyn said: Have some further speed testing, since that is a concern of yours. :)

    This is my speedtest to Canada

          Server: Bell Mobility - Toronto, ON (id: 16753)
             ISP: 1gservers, LLC
    Idle Latency:    71.12 ms   (jitter: 0.02ms, low: 71.10ms, high: 71.20ms)
        Download:   925.69 Mbps (data used: 1.3 GB)                                                   
                    112.47 ms   (jitter: 34.50ms, low: 72.46ms, high: 405.07ms)
          Upload:   861.08 Mbps (data used: 1.2 GB)                                                   
                    108.29 ms   (jitter: 30.54ms, low: 71.08ms, high: 144.61ms)
     Packet Loss:     0.0%
    

    @lewellyn said: Since some people care, most (if not all) of my traffic out of the region seems to go out Cogent. It probably doesn't matter to you, but they do seem to prefer Beanfield, especially for eastern-half-of-Canada hosts, Akamaized hosts, and East Coast USA hosts. CloudFlare seems to go over Cogent, which is probably CloudFlare's fault more than anything (their peering mixes in many metro areas feel lazy for their supposed grand mission).

    And speaking of One Wilshire LAX, my pings to my boxes there are under 80ms (approximately the same as I get out of DC1 Equinix, which is wholly unsurprising since distance is about the same). And to NTT in Tokyo, I get ~150ms from Servarica versus ~175ms out of DC1 Equinix (I suspect it's because Montreal -> Chicago -> NTT is a physically shorter distance than Equinix's peering to NTT out of DC).

    From my observation, this provider's network is not really good in terms of ping, most of the traffic that goes out of North America is using tatacommunications, which I am REALLY not a fan with. The ping from this provider(NEAR US west) to Softbank Japan is 116ms. To Kuroit's London location is 129ms. I think this kind of latency is normal. But I will submit a ticket to ask them if they can optimize my route even more.

    For connectivity within in NA, it's a blend of cogent, local-ix, and again, tata.

    @lewellyn said: Those are some decidedly impressive IOPS for the boot SSD in your yabs! (Though, granted, measuring your boot SSD isn't overly useful when you are using the box for bulk storage...)

    The server do not have a SSD or NVME for the OS, they are all on HDD. The storage is made out of 12x 8TB RAID0 using Seagate HDD(ST8000NM000A), most of the disks are new, this is the first time they boot up.

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  • Your YABS seems a bit... suspiciously fast on the disk I/O for spinning rust, even with a RAID0.

    Which tool did you use for that Canadian speed test? I can grab and use it to get you a few points of reference from Servarica to around the world.

    And I was merely guessing where you were located from the clues. It looked a lot like what I've seen out of Psychz LA (which is a facility I'm not the biggest fan of). Definitely not Quadranet, even their LAX location.

    If you have specific hostname/IPs you'd like me to use with your tool, please feel free to DM them to me. I'll run through them this evening (again, I'm midwest USA, for timezone-y reasons).

  • @lewellyn said:
    Your YABS seems a bit... suspiciously fast on the disk I/O for spinning rust, even with a RAID0.

    It's bang on for a 12x disk RAID 0

  • HayashimaHayashima Member
    edited December 2022

    @lewellyn said: Your YABS seems a bit... suspiciously fast on the disk I/O for spinning rust, even with a RAID0.

    I think it is normal while you have 12 brand new HDD running in RAID0.

    @lewellyn said: Which tool did you use for that Canadian speed test? I can grab and use it to get you a few points of reference from Servarica to around the world.

    You can simply use the script from speedtest.net
    apt-get install curl && curl -s https://packagecloud.io/install/repositories/ookla/speedtest-cli/script.deb.sh | sudo bash && apt-get install speedtest

    But it only shows the closest test server for your ip's geolocation. So you have to run speedtest -L on different locations' machines first to get a server id then go back to the server you want to test with, run speedtest -s $theserverid

  • @lewellyn said:
    Your YABS seems a bit... suspiciously fast on the disk I/O for spinning rust, even with a RAID0.

    Which tool did you use for that Canadian speed test? I can grab and use it to get you a few points of reference from Servarica to around the world.

    And I was merely guessing where you were located from the clues. It looked a lot like what I've seen out of Psychz LA (which is a facility I'm not the biggest fan of). Definitely not Quadranet, even their LAX location.

    If you have specific hostname/IPs you'd like me to use with your tool, please feel free to DM them to me. I'll run through them this evening (again, I'm midwest USA, for timezone-y reasons).

    The provider just told me I can say their name, so yeah, it's 1Gservers, their DC is located in Phoenix.

  • @Hayashima said:

    @lewellyn said: Your YABS seems a bit... suspiciously fast on the disk I/O for spinning rust, even with a RAID0.

    I think it is normal while you have 12 brand new HDD running in RAID0.

    @lewellyn said: Which tool did you use for that Canadian speed test? I can grab and use it to get you a few points of reference from Servarica to around the world.

    You can simply use the script from speedtest.net
    apt-get install curl && curl -s https://packagecloud.io/install/repositories/ookla/speedtest-cli/script.deb.sh | sudo bash && apt-get install speedtest

    But it only shows the closest test server for your ip's geolocation. So you have to run speedtest -L on different locations' machines first to get a server id then go back to the server you want to test with, run speedtest -s $theserverid

    AHA. I was trying to use the variously-broken sivel/speedtest-cli package. Unfortunately, the RPM repo from https://www.speedtest.net/apps/cli was empty but the tarball (and ca-certificates-steamtricks to get the CA certs where the tarballed app expected) got things set up. :)

    So have some various results. :)

       Speedtest by Ookla
    
          Server: Bell Mobility - Toronto, ON (id: 16753)
             ISP: Rica Web Services
    Idle Latency:     8.98 ms   (jitter: 0.04ms, low: 8.94ms, high: 9.04ms)
        Download:   486.95 Mbps (data used: 413.6 MB)
                     14.26 ms   (jitter: 0.50ms, low: 8.66ms, high: 15.61ms)
          Upload:   489.45 Mbps (data used: 549.6 MB)
                      8.64 ms   (jitter: 2.66ms, low: 8.43ms, high: 232.18ms)
     Packet Loss:     0.0%
      Result URL: https://www.speedtest.net/result/c/ec7d625c-0fcc-4983-948d-ad5012f01020
    
          Server: Clouvider Ltd - Los Angeles, CA (id: 35056)
             ISP: Rica Web Services
    Idle Latency:    69.94 ms   (jitter: 0.03ms, low: 69.92ms, high: 69.95ms)
        Download:   485.10 Mbps (data used: 758.8 MB)
                    109.26 ms   (jitter: 34.97ms, low: 69.97ms, high: 496.24ms)
          Upload:   422.83 Mbps (data used: 409.5 MB)
                    107.87 ms   (jitter: 33.62ms, low: 69.80ms, high: 706.56ms)
     Packet Loss:     0.0%
      Result URL: https://www.speedtest.net/result/c/72538b2f-2942-4adc-bad4-9ff4fd68cb19
    
          Server: Comcast - Jacksonville, FL (id: 1771)
             ISP: Rica Web Services
    Idle Latency:    40.79 ms   (jitter: 0.13ms, low: 40.70ms, high: 41.10ms)
        Download:   488.07 Mbps (data used: 634.4 MB)
                     45.12 ms   (jitter: 0.75ms, low: 40.64ms, high: 47.73ms)
          Upload:   238.88 Mbps (data used: 372.4 MB)
                     40.55 ms   (jitter: 4.66ms, low: 40.39ms, high: 574.26ms)
     Packet Loss: Not available.
      Result URL: https://www.speedtest.net/result/c/76fe0107-9fb5-44b6-a8f5-4afa4eb5e4af
    
          Server: Telia - Helsinki (id: 14928)
             ISP: Rica Web Services
    Idle Latency:   103.60 ms   (jitter: 0.08ms, low: 103.54ms, high: 103.69ms)
        Download:   482.03 Mbps (data used: 752.5 MB)
                    155.41 ms   (jitter: 52.18ms, low: 103.00ms, high: 217.37ms)
          Upload:   384.31 Mbps (data used: 511.1 MB)
                    163.98 ms   (jitter: 56.62ms, low: 105.91ms, high: 753.56ms)
     Packet Loss:     0.0%
      Result URL: https://www.speedtest.net/result/c/6ce4d5b1-47f1-4eee-9619-31cafd2b6eca
    
          Server: Gemnet Enterprise Solutions Pvt Ltd - Hyderabad (id: 13208)
             ISP: Rica Web Services
    Idle Latency:   209.11 ms   (jitter: 0.07ms, low: 208.90ms, high: 209.16ms)
        Download:   495.91 Mbps (data used: 725.6 MB)
                    372.93 ms   (jitter: 78.42ms, low: 208.85ms, high: 962.70ms)
          Upload:   416.94 Mbps (data used: 546.2 MB)
                    313.75 ms   (jitter: 76.03ms, low: 208.81ms, high: 419.98ms)
     Packet Loss: Not available.
      Result URL: https://www.speedtest.net/result/c/ae4864a5-696b-4f93-bc7f-509877cd2e04
    
          Server: Mundo Chile - Concepción (id: 18894)
             ISP: Rica Web Services
    Idle Latency:   140.88 ms   (jitter: 0.04ms, low: 140.87ms, high: 140.99ms)
        Download:   459.35 Mbps (data used: 763.4 MB)
                    213.87 ms   (jitter: 65.02ms, low: 141.00ms, high: 295.30ms)
          Upload:   406.38 Mbps (data used: 693.5 MB)
                    218.19 ms   (jitter: 66.38ms, low: 143.10ms, high: 793.76ms)
     Packet Loss:     0.0%
      Result URL: https://www.speedtest.net/result/c/dbc721f2-cabf-487c-864a-3de620d4fc40
    
          Server: SoftEther Corporation - Tsukuba (id: 7139)
             ISP: Rica Web Services
    Idle Latency:   164.59 ms   (jitter: 0.04ms, low: 164.53ms, high: 164.64ms)
        Download:   432.76 Mbps (data used: 632.7 MB)
                    249.02 ms   (jitter: 70.17ms, low: 164.66ms, high: 595.90ms)
          Upload:   458.94 Mbps (data used: 587.4 MB)
                    245.07 ms   (jitter: 69.78ms, low: 164.56ms, high: 327.24ms)
     Packet Loss:     0.0%
      Result URL: https://www.speedtest.net/result/c/db92fe19-fda2-43e0-9c39-67f4a98cc7e7
    
          Server: 2degrees - Auckland (id: 5539)
             ISP: Rica Web Services
    Idle Latency:   193.16 ms   (jitter: 0.18ms, low: 193.10ms, high: 193.33ms)
        Download:   523.64 Mbps (data used: 736.5 MB)
                    363.05 ms   (jitter: 78.83ms, low: 193.03ms, high: 1030.89ms)
          Upload:   413.79 Mbps (data used: 484.7 MB)
                    289.81 ms   (jitter: 74.29ms, low: 193.03ms, high: 386.39ms)
     Packet Loss:     0.0%
      Result URL: https://www.speedtest.net/result/c/c03ffe8a-00eb-432c-b8ed-0221f7e0c092
    
          Server: FLOW Jamaica - Montego Bay (id: 14292)
             ISP: Rica Web Services
    Idle Latency:    80.36 ms   (jitter: 0.08ms, low: 80.25ms, high: 80.42ms)
        Download:   481.93 Mbps (data used: 793.4 MB)
                    123.59 ms   (jitter: 39.16ms, low: 80.11ms, high: 171.79ms)
          Upload:   381.11 Mbps (data used: 442.1 MB)
                    124.05 ms   (jitter: 41.71ms, low: 80.29ms, high: 726.37ms)
     Packet Loss:     0.0%
      Result URL: https://www.speedtest.net/result/c/3ff5bea5-ba81-4b52-ad77-8cce194c15b3
    

    That should be enough point samples for around the globe to be able to get an idea of how Servarica would perform for your needs, without you having given specific IDs to check (aside from the one I started with). :)

    They're not "the best" provider for connectivity, but none is in the end. They've been consistently reliable for me, serving everywhere. Like consistent enough, as you see above, that it's hard to say they perform poorly regardless of price point. For their price points, they're superb in my book.

    Again, I have no affiliation with Servarica beyond throwing money at them and occasionally asking for support. :) They're one of the hidden gems in the low end space, in my book. Hani runs a good ship over there.

    And I guess I've never run such a big RAID-0. :) I tend to do things that are more resilient when I'm on volumes that large, myself. (I may be posting about my latest Servarica adventure in a few weeks, relatedly, since I'm playing with things I've never gotten around to before!)

    Thanked by 1Hayashima
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