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  • dev_vpsdev_vps Member

    @raymond said:
    will have windows template with plan or not?

    There are no windows templates, but Windows OS can be installed on the VPS

  • EmounEmoun Member

    Can any please share Yabs for Frankfurt & Netherland VPS. @Clouvider

    1. Is European DC connectivity same as London 10Gbps.

    2. Is CPU shared or dedicated for VPS?

  • dev_vpsdev_vps Member

    @Emoun said:
    Can any please share Yabs for Frankfurt & Netherland VPS. @Clouvider

    1. Is European DC connectivity same as London 10Gbps.

    2. Is CPU shared or dedicated for VPS?

    1. shared
  • EmounEmoun Member

    I have joined Clouvider Club.
    Hope for the best.

    Thanked by 1Clouvider
  • ClouviderClouvider Member, Patron Provider

    @Emoun said:
    I have joined Clouvider Club.
    Hope for the best.

    Welcome!

    Thanked by 1Emoun
  • yoyekyoyek Member

    @Clouvider, out of curiosity, there's an idea on the back of my head to migrate one of my VPSes to you. But among few other functions this is my personal MX server.
    I've seen this in your T&C:

    6.6 No emails – emails port will be blocked by default with this service unless otherwise agreed in writing.

    Is it possible to get email port unlocked for such reason (and how easy it is to get that approval), or, in general, you don't allow smtp, period?

  • dev_vpsdev_vps Member
    edited May 23

    I executed some tests with edge cases to see how @Clouvider VPS behaves with extreme load.

    The VPS has 2GB memory and I didn't allocate any swap memory and extracted maximum memory with sql server db engine running. MS recommends at least 4GB memory for SQL Server DB engine, but I executed all test cases with 2GB memory and no swap.

    VPS continued to work excellently even when it was pretty much out of memory.
    Refer to the screenshot below.

    Thanked by 2Emoun Clouvider
  • ClouviderClouvider Member, Patron Provider

    @yoyek said:
    @Clouvider, out of curiosity, there's an idea on the back of my head to migrate one of my VPSes to you. But among few other functions this is my personal MX server.
    I've seen this in your T&C:

    6.6 No emails – emails port will be blocked by default with this service unless otherwise agreed in writing.

    Is it possible to get email port unlocked for such reason (and how easy it is to get that approval), or, in general, you don't allow smtp, period?

    Before purchase, please raise case with support - we review it on case by case basis.
    Many thanks!

    Thanked by 2yoyek Emoun
  • ClouviderClouvider Member, Patron Provider

    @dev_vps said:
    I executed some tests with edge cases to see how @Clouvider VPS behaves with extreme load.

    The VPS has 2GB memory and I didn't allocate any swap memory and extracted maximum memory with sql server db engine running. MS recommends at least 4GB memory for SQL Server DB engine, but I executed all test cases with 2GB memory and no swap.

    VPS continued to work excellently even when it was pretty much out of memory.
    Refer to the screenshot below.

    Thanks for running the test! Glad you liked it!

  • EmounEmoun Member
    edited May 24

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    Yet-Another-Bench-Script

    v2024-04-22

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

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    Fri May 24 02:40:06 AM CEST 2024

    Basic System Information:

    Uptime : 0 days, 1 hours, 32 minutes
    Processor : AMD EPYC 7313 16-Core Processor
    CPU cores : 2 @ 3000.000 MHz
    AES-NI : ✔ Enabled
    VM-x/AMD-V : ✔ Enabled
    RAM : 3.8 GiB
    Swap : 0.0 KiB
    Disk : 79.9 GiB
    Distro : Debian GNU/Linux 12 (bookworm)
    Kernel : 6.1.0-9-amd64
    VM Type : KVM
    IPv4/IPv6 : ✔ Online / ✔ Online

    IPv6 Network Information:

    ISP : Clouvider Limited
    ASN : AS62240 Clouvider
    Host : Clouvider Limited
    Location : Frankfurt am Main, Hesse (HE)
    Country : Germany

    fio Disk Speed Tests (Mixed R/W 50/50) (Partition /dev/vda3):

    Block Size 4k (IOPS) 64k (IOPS)
    Read 211.46 MB/s (52.8k) 2.64 GB/s (41.3k)
    Write 212.02 MB/s (53.0k) 2.66 GB/s (41.5k)
    Total 423.49 MB/s (105.8k) 5.30 GB/s (82.9k)
    Block Size 512k (IOPS) 1m (IOPS)
    ------ --- ---- ---- ----
    Read 3.83 GB/s (7.4k) 3.38 GB/s (3.3k)
    Write 4.03 GB/s (7.8k) 3.61 GB/s (3.5k)
    Total 7.86 GB/s (15.3k) 7.00 GB/s (6.8k)

    iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv4):

    Provider Location (Link) Send Speed Recv Speed Ping
    Clouvider London, UK (10G) 8.16 Gbits/sec 5.52 Gbits/sec 11.5 ms
    Eranium Amsterdam, NL (100G) 7.35 Gbits/sec 6.49 Gbits/sec --
    Telia Helsinki, FI (10G) busy busy 31.5 ms
    Uztelecom Tashkent, UZ (10G) 2.56 Gbits/sec 1.79 Gbits/sec 72.6 ms
    Leaseweb Singapore, SG (10G) 522 Mbits/sec 581 Mbits/sec --
    Clouvider Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) 1.16 Gbits/sec 820 Mbits/sec 146 ms
    Leaseweb NYC, NY, US (10G) 1.68 Gbits/sec 2.34 Gbits/sec --
    Edgoo Sao Paulo, BR (1G) 707 Mbits/sec 418 Mbits/sec --

    iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv6):

    Provider Location (Link) Send Speed Recv Speed Ping
    Clouvider London, UK (10G) 8.15 Gbits/sec 4.54 Gbits/sec 11.5 ms
    Eranium Amsterdam, NL (100G) busy busy --
    Uztelecom Tashkent, UZ (10G) 2.54 Gbits/sec 1.80 Gbits/sec 72.8 ms
    Leaseweb Singapore, SG (10G) busy busy --
    Clouvider Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) 1.17 Gbits/sec 929 Mbits/sec 146 ms
    Leaseweb NYC, NY, US (10G) busy busy --
    Edgoo Sao Paulo, BR (1G) busy busy --

    Geekbench 6 Benchmark Test:

    Test | Value
    |
    Single Core | 1468
    Multi Core | 2627
    Full Test | https://browser.geekbench.com/v6/cpu/6237719

    YABS completed in 20 min 49 sec`

    Thanked by 1yoyek
  • r3kr3k Member

    Clouvider's network is 🔥.
    I have not faced downtime in years tbh.

    Thanked by 2Emoun Clouvider
  • EmounEmoun Member

    @Clouvider

    There are two features request.

    1. On demand Snapshots of drive.
    2. Ability to manage firewall rules.
  • tra10000tra10000 Member

    @Emoun said:
    @Clouvider

    There are two features request.

    1. On demand Snapshots of drive.
    2. Ability to manage firewall rules.

    Just snapshot? You need a built-in schedulable backup system, right?

  • EmounEmoun Member

    @tra10000 said:

    @Emoun said:
    @Clouvider

    There are two features request.

    1. On demand Snapshots of drive.
    2. Ability to manage firewall rules.

    Just snapshot? You need a built-in schedulable backup system, right?

    I have no interest in scheduling backups with the same service provider. Instead, I prefer using the rclone utility to back up to Cloudflare R2 with cronjob scheduling. This method works flawlessly for my needs.

    Snapshots are on-demand backups that save you from the hassle of rebuilding the server and help mitigate the risk of server downtime.

    For example, if you want to upgrade Ubuntu/Linux to the next LTS version, you simply press the TAKE SNAPSHOT button and perform the upgrade. In case of a disaster, you can restore the snapshot, and your services will be live instantly.

    I hope @Clouvider will update on this.

  • tra10000tra10000 Member

    @Emoun said:

    @tra10000 said:

    @Emoun said:
    @Clouvider

    There are two features request.

    1. On demand Snapshots of drive.
    2. Ability to manage firewall rules.

    Just snapshot? You need a built-in schedulable backup system, right?

    I have no interest in scheduling backups with the same service provider. Instead, I prefer using the rclone utility to back up to Cloudflare R2 with cronjob scheduling. This method works flawlessly for my needs.

    Snapshots are on-demand backups that save you from the hassle of rebuilding the server and help mitigate the risk of server downtime.

    For example, if you want to upgrade Ubuntu/Linux to the next LTS version, you simply press the TAKE SNAPSHOT button and perform the upgrade. In case of a disaster, you can restore the snapshot, and your services will be live instantly.

    I hope @Clouvider will update on this.

    • Almost all providers host backups on different nodes, if any, in different data centers.

    • Snapshots, optional or not, are not backups in any way.

    • Not all providers allow export of snapshots. For example, netcup is paid after 1.

    • So-called snapshots are only useful before the update.

  • EmounEmoun Member

    @tra10000 said:

    @Emoun said:

    @tra10000 said:

    @Emoun said:
    @Clouvider

    There are two features request.

    1. On demand Snapshots of drive.
    2. Ability to manage firewall rules.

    Just snapshot? You need a built-in schedulable backup system, right?

    I have no interest in scheduling backups with the same service provider. Instead, I prefer using the rclone utility to back up to Cloudflare R2 with cronjob scheduling. This method works flawlessly for my needs.

    Snapshots are on-demand backups that save you from the hassle of rebuilding the server and help mitigate the risk of server downtime.

    For example, if you want to upgrade Ubuntu/Linux to the next LTS version, you simply press the TAKE SNAPSHOT button and perform the upgrade. In case of a disaster, you can restore the snapshot, and your services will be live instantly.

    I hope @Clouvider will update on this.

    • Almost all providers host backups on different nodes, if any, in different data centers.

    • Snapshots, optional or not, are not backups in any way.

    • Not all providers allow export of snapshots. For example, netcup is paid after 1.

    • So-called snapshots are only useful before the update.

    I understand your point. To be honest, I prefer to keep control of my website backups myself. I don't want to risk vendor lock-in or wake up one morning to find my service provider out of business. Having backups stored with a dedicated third-party provider like Cloudflare R2 or Amazon S3 is a smart move.

  • yoyekyoyek Member
    edited June 3

    @Clouvider said:

    @yoyek said:
    @Clouvider, out of curiosity, there's an idea on the back of my head to migrate one of my VPSes to you. But among few other functions this is my personal MX server.
    I've seen this in your T&C:

    6.6 No emails – emails port will be blocked by default with this service unless otherwise agreed in writing.

    Is it possible to get email port unlocked for such reason (and how easy it is to get that approval), or, in general, you don't allow smtp, period?

    Before purchase, please raise case with support - we review it on case by case basis.
    Many thanks!

    I did, asking to allow me to deploy mx server for one personal domain...
    Unfortunately your team refused. So, it seems that for such cases having smtp ports unblocked is not possible at Clouvider. Too bad, wanted to spend some money on a server that really does receive/send way below 100 emails a day...

  • ClouviderClouvider Member, Patron Provider

    It is very much possible, and we allow it on case-by-case basis. Sorry we couldn't help you on this occasion.

  • yoyekyoyek Member

    Well, will spend my money elsewhere on something that basically would be an idler from your perspective.

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