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1c 1g 25g GBit ded ipv4 8€/year germany

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  • lukast__lukast__ Member

    @default said:
    From what I understand this provider is some sort of a gamble. The website is active since October last year (not even 1 year of business) and the server customers get is extremely slow (but could be fast if one is very lucky).

    Please correct me if I am wrong.

    They exist at least since 2022, possibly since 2018, have multiple employees (if the name in the support answers are real), and seem to have multiple racks. The disk sometimes is fast (up to 100k IOPS and 14 GB/s) and sometimes slow (100 IOPS). I'm not sure whether I'll keep the server, but tbh it simply is very cheap for even an IPv4. And the support is fast, you have a 14 day right of withdrawal (full refund), and they guarantee 99.93% uptime (although it's unclear whether per year or per month). I will YABS it at least daily in the next days and measure the uptime and steal, let's see.

  • lukast__lukast__ Member

    The world is small :)
    Just discovered that the IP (in 37.114.40.0/24) I got was in 2021 announced by AS41944 @dataforest GmbH (see RIPEstat).

  • dataforestdataforest Member, Patron Provider
    edited June 10

    @lukast__ said:
    The world is small :)
    Just discovered that the IP (in 37.114.40.0/24) I got was in 2021 announced by AS41944 @dataforest GmbH (see RIPEstat).

    Yes we rented the subnet years ago

    Thanked by 1lukast__
  • lukast__lukast__ Member
    edited June 10

    @dataforest said:

    @lukast__ said:
    The world is small :)
    Just discovered that the IP (in 37.114.40.0/24) I got was in 2021 announced by AS41944 @dataforest GmbH (see RIPEstat).

    Yes we rented the subnet years ago

    Short Offtopic: do you own or rent the IPs you use for your vServers?

  • NeoonNeoon Community Contributor, Veteran

    So far after migration, the VPS has been fine.

  • lukast__lukast__ Member

    @Neoon said:
    So far after migration, the VPS has been fine.

    For me as well, only the IO latency (up to 20 seconds) is a bit weird:

    min/avg/max/mdev = 173.7 us / 43.9 ms / 20.5 s / 571.0 ms
    

    For comparison my Strato server for 12€/year:

    min/avg/max/mdev = 163.6 us / 255.7 us / 1.13 ms / 32.8 us
    
  • skippyskippy Member
    edited June 10


    https://ibb.co/wwjV5fx
    Mostly idle, only thing running is statping-ng. It crashes after a few minutes.

  • lukast__lukast__ Member

    Steal goes up to 15% while geekbench is running, during idling it's around 0% to 1%.
    At least the GB4 score is still good:

    Geekbench 4 Benchmark Test:
    ---------------------------------
    Test            | Value
                    |
    Single Core     | 2909
    Multi Core      | 3034
    Full Test       | https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/17714259
    

    But the disk is weird, sometimes multiple GB/s and 50k IOPS, sometimes slow:

    fio Disk Speed Tests (Mixed R/W 50/50) (Partition /dev/sda1):
    ---------------------------------
    Block Size | 4k            (IOPS) | 64k           (IOPS)
      ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
    Read       | 1.46 MB/s      (365) | 19.42 MB/s     (303)
    Write      | 1.48 MB/s      (372) | 19.98 MB/s     (312)
    Total      | 2.95 MB/s      (737) | 39.40 MB/s     (615)
               |                      |
    Block Size | 512k          (IOPS) | 1m            (IOPS)
      ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
    Read       | 42.09 MB/s      (82) | 33.10 MB/s      (32)
    Write      | 44.33 MB/s      (86) | 35.52 MB/s      (34)
    Total      | 86.42 MB/s     (168) | 68.63 MB/s      (66)
    
    Thanked by 1maverick
  • gbzret4dgbzret4d Member

    Yabs after migrating to an epyc system:

    curl -sL yabs.sh | bash
    # ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## #
    #              Yet-Another-Bench-Script              #
    #                     v2024-06-09                    #
    # https://github.com/masonr/yet-another-bench-script #
    # ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## #
    
    Mon Jun 10 16:57:19 UTC 2024
    
    Basic System Information:
    ---------------------------------
    Uptime     : 0 days, 5 hours, 50 minutes
    Processor  : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2690 v4 @ 2.60GHz
    CPU cores  : 2 @ 2593.992 MHz
    AES-NI     : ✔ Enabled
    VM-x/AMD-V : ✔ Enabled
    RAM        : 5.8 GiB
    Swap       : 0.0 KiB
    Disk       : 48.4 GiB
    Distro     : Ubuntu 22.04.4 LTS
    Kernel     : 5.15.0-73-generic
    VM Type    : KVM
    IPv4/IPv6  : ✔ Online / ✔ Online
    
    IPv6 Network Information:
    ---------------------------------
    ISP        : Felix Gassan
    ASN        : AS207252 Realtox Media
    Location   : Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia (NW)
    Country    : Germany
    
    fio Disk Speed Tests (Mixed R/W 50/50) (Partition /dev/sda1):
    ---------------------------------
    Block Size | 4k            (IOPS) | 64k           (IOPS)
      ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
    Read       | 50.44 MB/s   (12.6k) | 546.97 MB/s   (8.5k)
    Write      | 50.53 MB/s   (12.6k) | 549.85 MB/s   (8.5k)
    Total      | 100.97 MB/s  (25.2k) | 1.09 GB/s    (17.1k)
               |                      |
    Block Size | 512k          (IOPS) | 1m            (IOPS)
      ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
    Read       | 4.32 GB/s     (8.4k) | 15.39 MB/s      (15)
    Write      | 4.55 GB/s     (8.9k) | 16.37 MB/s      (15)
    Total      | 8.88 GB/s    (17.3k) | 31.77 MB/s      (30)
    
    iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv4):
    ---------------------------------
    Provider        | Location (Link)           | Send Speed      | Recv Speed      | Ping
    -----           | -----                     | ----            | ----            | ----
    Clouvider       | London, UK (10G)          | 811 Mbits/sec   | 790 Mbits/sec   | 10.9 ms
    Eranium         | Amsterdam, NL (100G)      | 818 Mbits/sec   | 793 Mbits/sec   | --
    Uztelecom       | Tashkent, UZ (10G)        | 199 Mbits/sec   | 748 Mbits/sec   | 90.1 ms
    Leaseweb        | Singapore, SG (10G)       | 130 Mbits/sec   | 671 Mbits/sec   | 293 ms
    Clouvider       | Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) | 285 Mbits/sec   | 709 Mbits/sec   | 154 ms
    Leaseweb        | NYC, NY, US (10G)         | 378 Mbits/sec   | 724 Mbits/sec   | 86.1 ms
    Edgoo           | Sao Paulo, BR (1G)        | 273 Mbits/sec   | 692 Mbits/sec   | 213 ms
    
    iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv6):
    ---------------------------------
    Provider        | Location (Link)           | Send Speed      | Recv Speed      | Ping
    -----           | -----                     | ----            | ----            | ----
    Clouvider       | London, UK (10G)          | 815 Mbits/sec   | 788 Mbits/sec   | 10.3 ms
    Eranium         | Amsterdam, NL (100G)      | busy            | busy            | --
    Uztelecom       | Tashkent, UZ (10G)        | 309 Mbits/sec   | 748 Mbits/sec   | 89.3 ms
    Leaseweb        | Singapore, SG (10G)       | 194 Mbits/sec   | 523 Mbits/sec   | 292 ms
    Clouvider       | Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) | 250 Mbits/sec   | 714 Mbits/sec   | 153 ms
    Leaseweb        | NYC, NY, US (10G)         | 284 Mbits/sec   | 718 Mbits/sec   | 85.7 ms
    Edgoo           | Sao Paulo, BR (1G)        | 231 Mbits/sec   | 502 Mbits/sec   | 212 ms
    
    Geekbench 6 Benchmark Test:
    ---------------------------------
    Test            | Value
                    |
    Single Core     | 1001
    Multi Core      | 1761
    Full Test       | https://browser.geekbench.com/v6/cpu/6464233
    
    YABS completed in 18 min 53 sec
    
  • lukast__lukast__ Member

    @gbzret4d said: an epyc system
    @gbzret4d said: Processor : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2690 v4 @ 2.60GHz

  • lukast__lukast__ Member

    And it's a bit false advertising as they say that it's Gigabit, but it's only (in the panel and in benchmarks) 800 Mbit/s.

  • NeoonNeoon Community Contributor, Veteran

    @lukast__ said:
    And it's a bit false advertising as they say that it's Gigabit, but it's only (in the panel and in benchmarks) 800 Mbit/s.

    No, the 1gig uplink is shared, so 800Mbits is already pretty good.

    Thanked by 1lukast__
  • lukast__lukast__ Member
    edited June 10

    @Neoon said:

    @lukast__ said:
    And it's a bit false advertising as they say that it's Gigabit, but it's only (in the panel and in benchmarks) 800 Mbit/s.

    No, the 1gig uplink is shared, so 800Mbits is already pretty good.

    Yes, but in the panel there should be 1 Gbit/s. Ticket is now open, maybe it's simply a mistake.

    Edit: and I don't think that if the physical node would only be connected with 1 Gbit/s, benchmarks would consistently show 800 Mbit/s.

  • yoyekyoyek Member

    Yes, the performance does not look good, I also have some io wait spikes every ~2hrs for 2-3 minutes.
    I wonder if this is some trashy node they put all the sale vpses on, or do they have these performance issues with regular ones as well. Normally I would apply for a refund a while ago, but with €8/year I'll just keep it.
    But given all of the above I would not be thinking about getting anything more expensive from them.
    Maybe things will be back to more stable once the constant yabs hammering will stop :tongue:

  • lukast__lukast__ Member
    edited June 10

    Was changed to 1Gbit/s now:


    iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv4): --------------------------------- Provider | Location (Link) | Send Speed | Recv Speed | Ping ----- | ----- | ---- | ---- | ---- Clouvider | London, UK (10G) | 1.03 Gbits/sec | 984 Mbits/sec | 9.94 ms Eranium | Amsterdam, NL (100G) | 1.05 Gbits/sec | 998 Mbits/sec | -- Uztelecom | Tashkent, UZ (10G) | 298 Mbits/sec | 925 Mbits/sec | 89.0 ms Leaseweb | Singapore, SG (10G) | 179 Mbits/sec | 741 Mbits/sec | 294 ms Clouvider | Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) | 271 Mbits/sec | 862 Mbits/sec | 155 ms Leaseweb | NYC, NY, US (10G) | 438 Mbits/sec | 834 Mbits/sec | -- Edgoo | Sao Paulo, BR (1G) | 324 Mbits/sec | 774 Mbits/sec | 214 ms iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv6): --------------------------------- Provider | Location (Link) | Send Speed | Recv Speed | Ping ----- | ----- | ---- | ---- | ---- Clouvider | London, UK (10G) | 1.04 Gbits/sec | 989 Mbits/sec | 9.23 ms Eranium | Amsterdam, NL (100G) | busy | busy | -- Uztelecom | Tashkent, UZ (10G) | 392 Mbits/sec | 926 Mbits/sec | 88.3 ms Leaseweb | Singapore, SG (10G) | 253 Mbits/sec | 534 Mbits/sec | 293 ms Clouvider | Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) | 331 Mbits/sec | 873 Mbits/sec | 154 ms Leaseweb | NYC, NY, US (10G) | 449 Mbits/sec | 838 Mbits/sec | 86.0 ms Edgoo | Sao Paulo, BR (1G) | 189 Mbits/sec | 696 Mbits/sec | 214 ms
    Thanked by 1gbzret4d
  • defaultdefault Veteran

    @lukast__ said:
    Was changed to 1Gbit/s now:

    So they have a trash node for common people, and a strong node for concerned people who raise tickets? How does one migrate their service?

    Maybe they are watching this thread and are scared of bad reviews on search engines?

  • gbzret4dgbzret4d Member

    @default said:

    @lukast__ said:
    Was changed to 1Gbit/s now:

    So they have a trash node for common people, and a strong node for concerned people who raise tickets? How does one migrate their service?

    Maybe they are watching this thread and are scared of bad reviews on search engines?

    I opened a ticket and got migrated some minutes later. They told me that the xeon gold nodes are full, that's all I know

  • lukast__lukast__ Member

    @default said:

    @lukast__ said:
    Was changed to 1Gbit/s now:

    So they have a trash node for common people, and a strong node for concerned people who raise tickets? How does one migrate their service?

    Maybe they are watching this thread and are scared of bad reviews on search engines?

    They said that there was something wrong with the template and they fixed it manually, I wasn't migrated to another node.

  • NeoonNeoon Community Contributor, Veteran
    edited June 11

    @default said:

    @lukast__ said:
    Was changed to 1Gbit/s now:

    So they have a trash node for common people, and a strong node for concerned people who raise tickets? How does one migrate their service?

    Maybe they are watching this thread and are scared of bad reviews on search engines?

    Maybe, some providers see such offers as so low end, that they don't care if you see a bunch of steal and i/o wait.
    We have/had a bunch of providers here on LET doing it that way.

    I am pretty sure they are monitoring their nodes, they could have reacted.
    But they didn't so I guess its the one above.

    However they seem to be willing to move you if you ask.

  • lukast__lukast__ Member

    @Neoon said:

    @default said:

    @lukast__ said:
    Was changed to 1Gbit/s now:

    So they have a trash node for common people, and a strong node for concerned people who raise tickets? How does one migrate their service?

    Maybe they are watching this thread and are scared of bad reviews on search engines?

    Maybe, some providers see such offers as so low end, that they don't care if you see a bunch of steal and i/o wait.
    We have/had a bunch of providers here on LET doing it that way.

    I am pretty sure they are monitoring their nodes, they could have reacted.
    But they didn't so I guess its the one above.

    However they seem to be willing to move you if you ask.

    They said in one ticket that they are building stronger storage nodes, maybe they currently simply don't have enough nodes.

  • NeoonNeoon Community Contributor, Veteran

    @lukast__ said:

    @Neoon said:

    @default said:

    @lukast__ said:
    Was changed to 1Gbit/s now:

    So they have a trash node for common people, and a strong node for concerned people who raise tickets? How does one migrate their service?

    Maybe they are watching this thread and are scared of bad reviews on search engines?

    Maybe, some providers see such offers as so low end, that they don't care if you see a bunch of steal and i/o wait.
    We have/had a bunch of providers here on LET doing it that way.

    I am pretty sure they are monitoring their nodes, they could have reacted.
    But they didn't so I guess its the one above.

    However they seem to be willing to move you if you ask.

    They said in one ticket that they are building stronger storage nodes, maybe they currently simply don't have enough nodes.

    Then put it out of stock? Why do keep selling then?

  • lukast__lukast__ Member

    @Neoon said:

    @lukast__ said:

    @Neoon said:

    @default said:

    @lukast__ said:
    Was changed to 1Gbit/s now:

    So they have a trash node for common people, and a strong node for concerned people who raise tickets? How does one migrate their service?

    Maybe they are watching this thread and are scared of bad reviews on search engines?

    Maybe, some providers see such offers as so low end, that they don't care if you see a bunch of steal and i/o wait.
    We have/had a bunch of providers here on LET doing it that way.

    I am pretty sure they are monitoring their nodes, they could have reacted.
    But they didn't so I guess its the one above.

    However they seem to be willing to move you if you ask.

    They said in one ticket that they are building stronger storage nodes, maybe they currently simply don't have enough nodes.

    Then put it out of stock? Why do keep selling then?

    No idea.

    And maybe they aren't used to LET customers YABSing it multiple times daily? My server now is limited to 80 MB/s.

  • yoyekyoyek Member
    edited June 11

    @lukast__ said:
    And maybe they aren't used to LET customers YABSing it multiple times daily? My server now is limited to 80 MB/s.

    To be honest, it does not sound like a surprise ;)
    You've been yabsing the sh*t out of that little fellow ;)

    Mine did not have any iowait for over 12 hours during the evening and night in EU, there's a small spike again this morning:

  • _MS__MS_ Member

    It's a good deal considering it's an €8/year non-Flash deal with clean IPs and sensible specs. Not like those 1 Core 1 GB RAM but with 10 or 15GB Disk plans for $12-15.

    Network and Support are fast as well. They are quick to migrate and load balance stuff. I received a reply with solution within 2 minutes.

    Also, many people are probably still YABSing.

    Thanked by 3yoyek Mumbly titus
  • yoyekyoyek Member

    MS said:
    It's a good deal considering it's an €8/year non-Flash deal with clean IPs and sensible specs. Not like those 1 Core 1 GB RAM but with 10 or 15GB Disk plans for $12-15.

    Network and Support are fast as well. They are quick to migrate and load balance stuff. I received a reply with solution within 2 minutes.

    Also, many people are probably still YABSing.

    I fully agree!
    I've personally done yabs twice and moved on, maybe the ones that are yabsing several times a day should stop and either apply for a refund, or move on and see what happens in the real life scenarios.
    If it would be higher spec, higher price VPS I would have already started the refund process long time ago with these iowaits, but with this offer I don't really mind.

    Thanked by 2_MS_ zGato
  • ahflrahflr Member

    @yoyek said:
    Yes, the performance does not look good, I also have some io wait spikes every ~2hrs for 2-3 minutes.
    I wonder if this is some trashy node they put all the sale vpses on, or do they have these performance issues with regular ones as well. Normally I would apply for a refund a while ago, but with €8/year I'll just keep it.
    But given all of the above I would not be thinking about getting anything more expensive from them.
    Maybe things will be back to more stable once the constant yabs hammering will stop :tongue:

    Hi, RLTX Staff here;
    we have some customers (mostly from here tbh) that are flooding the nodes with io benchmarks; we are manually applying limits to certains vservers and are working on fine-tuning the auto. parameters (so that no regular use gets affected but such peaks are minimized) that we will apply soon; VPS Nodes all have a raid of nvmes or intel datacenter ssds - which lead to nearly no problems in the last years; CPU or RAM is not the problem - its simply people hammering VPS Nodes with I/O at a level which is far higher than it was in the last 4 years.
    Else, as some stated above, we are migrating VServers (some automatically, some after a ticket) to new hosts and are adding new hosts as soon as we get the hardware delivered.

    The "VPS in reinstall" bugs were all from faulty debian11/12/ubuntu22 templates that did not start the guest agent correctly, which lead to the panel not recognizing the VPS Setup as completed.
    The file-not-found err is a bug in the panel that it does not automatically set the new node after a migration from the hypervisor scheduler, we have contacted the developer and are working internally on a fix.
    In both cases, the VMs were nearly always up but only the management was unavailable.

    This comment here should now attack anybody, just give a brief summary of the most common problems, its roots and solutions. If you have problems with your service directly, please open a ticket ;D
    Once again sorry for the problems some of you had, such numbers are generalle not OK and we are working on improving performance.

  • _MS__MS_ Member

    @ahflr said: Hi, RLTX Staff here;

    Welcome to LET. Do take part in the Black Friday Megathread 2024 here, and offer some sweet deals. Good luck with sales. :+1: :)

    Thanked by 1ahflr
  • @ahflr said: Hi, RLTX Staff here;

    Welcome to LET. Can I just submit a ticket to move my vps from E5-2690 v4 to EPYC 7351 node?

    Thank you.

  • ahflrahflr Member

    @Greyhound said:

    @ahflr said: Hi, RLTX Staff here;

    Welcome to LET. Can I just submit a ticket to move my vps from E5-2690 v4 to EPYC 7351 node?

    Thank you.

    sure

  • gbzret4dgbzret4d Member
    edited June 11

    If some people are benching servers 24/7, I can, understand all hosters implement some limits which aren't affecting 99 percent of all users. I'm happy with my server and this hoster and hope to see some more nice sales here or on their website.

    Thanked by 1yoyek
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