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FTP server accounts 100-200 GB - No VPS
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FTP server accounts 100-200 GB - No VPS

Hello,

anyone offers pure ftp accounts for personal backups ? I prefer multiple providers for redundancy, disk size 100-250 GB.

Thanks.

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  • InfinityInfinity Member, Host Rep

    Prometeus do that with FTP'n'Web packages. ;)

    https://www.prometeus.net/billing/cart.php?gid=15

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  • www.bqbackup.com

    Not the cheapest, but certainly been solid for me over the last few years.

  • georgegeorge Member

    disk.wedos.com/en/ - 100 GB @ $6/mo.

  • wedos, lol :P

  • Maounique said: wedos, lol :P

    It has high availability ;)

  • chrispchrisp Member

    @Maounique said:
    wedos, lol :P

    I don't get it, what's wrong with them? They are very professional and own all their hardware. They are rock solid.

  • MaouniqueMaounique Member
    edited May 2014

    I just found the domain hilarious :)
    As fellow joker with OVerZold and the like, I appreciate it, nothing against them.

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  • NekkiNekki Member

    @chrisp said:
    I don't get it, what's wrong with them? They are very professional and own all their hardware. They are rock solid.

    It's the name I think.

  • rm_rm_ Member, IPv6 Advocate
    edited May 2014

    You could hire someone to buy a Backupsy, set up a FTP server there, and then only give you FTP credentials, not the actual VPS ones. All in all will likely be cheaper than some "bqbackup.com" nonsense (that there are retards paying $20/month just for 100GB of storage makes me lose faith in humanity).

    For at least somewhat sensible offers, one example is Google with 1TB for $10/mo: https://support.google.com/drive/answer/2375123?hl=en&ref_topic=2375005
    Another option is hubic: https://hubic.com/ but it's limited to 10 Mbit only, and so far has been somewhat of a "rocky road" for early adopters. Both should be mountable as a Linux filesystem via FUSE.

  • DroidzoneDroidzone Member
    edited May 2014

    Is the bandwidth of 400GB for 100GB storage annual? Meaning you can just transfer 400GB per year?

    rm_ said: You could hire someone to buy a Backupsy, set up a FTP server there, and then only give you FTP credentials, not the actual VPS ones.

    +1. Been using a 500GB backupsy server since a year. $7 per month with promo credits of 50% off has been awesome.

  • Wedos = Goat (Indonesian)

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  • rmlhhdrmlhhd Member

    We can offer you something in France, PM me for details.

  • BeepsiBeepsi Member

    Thx for the feedback. I went with the offer from https://www.prometeus.net/billing/cart.php?gid=15. Works fine and very fast to backup my VPS data, around 30MB/s upload speed with FileZilla with a single file. Also tax free for Canadians ;) Support replies fast, too.

    Of course it would be nice to have 1 TB for 10$ per year. Maybe in 5 years ;)

    Note: Dropbox, Mega and Google Drive all fail if you want to sync thousands of small files. They are stuck in "scanning" mode for hours, even days without any upload. Mega is worst, is messed up my sync directory by syncing deleted stuff. FTP still rules today ;)

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  • MaouniqueMaounique Member
    edited May 2014

    joelgm said: Is the bandwidth of 400GB for 100GB storage annual? Meaning you can just transfer 400GB per year?

    If you are sking about Prometeus offer, no, not at all, all allocations are monthly, they are reset every 1st of the month, so, in theory, you can use 13 months of traffic for a year 13x400 GB :)

  • @rm_ said:

    For at least somewhat sensible offers, one example is Google with 1TB for $10/mo:
    https://support.google.com/drive/answer/2375123?hl=en&ref_topic=2375005
    [...]Both should be mountable as a Linux filesystem via FUSE.

    how can you mount google drive via fuse ?
    linky ?

  • smile93smile93 Member
    edited May 2014

    @darkshire said:
    linky ?

    $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:alessandro-strada/ppa

    $ sudo apt-get update

    $ sudo apt-get install google-drive-ocamlfuse

    $google-drive-ocamlfuse

    $ mkdir ~/googledrive

    $ google-drive-ocamlfuse ~/googledrive

  • does anyone here use OVH's cloud for backup?

  • darkshiredarkshire Member
    edited May 2014

    @smile93 said:

    hmm ok;
    it looks like authorization isnt very CLI freindly but apparently possible.
    ill look into this

    also doesnt seem to be any new commits since 4 months ago :/

  • rm_rm_ Member, IPv6 Advocate

    darkshire said: how can you mount google drive via fuse ? linky ?

    google://"google drive fuse"

    But yeah, the most active project is google-drive-ocamlfuse.

    darkshire said: also doesnt seem to be any new commits since 4 months ago :/

    4 months is not that long, also maybe the software just works (did not try it myself).

    hostnoob said: does anyone here use OVH's cloud for backup?

    There's a lot of complaints at their forum, see https://forums.hubic.com/
    Many people don't get even the promised 10 Mbit/sec, the actual speed is much less. But apparently it should also be mountable via FUSE, and on the good side you can try them with the free 25 GB account.

  • RadiRadi Member, Host Rep
    edited May 2014

    I will recommend pCloud. https://www.pcloud.com/

  • 8QE8QE Member
    edited May 2014

    128GB FTP Account, $8 per month, 2TB bandwidth,visit:
    http://xvvl.com/index.php/order/main/packages/backuphosting

    The Fiberhub data center

  • @8QE said:
    128GB FTP Account, $8 per month, 2TB bandwidth,visit:
    http://xvvl.com/index.php/order/main/packages/backuphosting

    The Fiberhub data center

    With 8 $ you can get 4-500 GB with full root access, 2-4 TB traffic, 1-2 GB of ram with Xen/KVM and more with OVZ. True, nobody will install ftp for you or keep the os up to date, but that price is really high.

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  • 8QE8QE Member

    @Maounique said:
    With 8 $ you can get 4-500 GB with full root access, 2-4 TB traffic, 1-2 GB of ram with Xen/KVM and more with OVZ. True, nobody will install ftp for you or keep the os up to date, but that price is really high.
    @Maounique said:
    With 8 $ you can get 4-500 GB with full root access, 2-4 TB traffic, 1-2 GB of ram with Xen/KVM and more with OVZ. True, nobody will install ftp for you or keep the os up to date, but that price is really high.

    I know that and i will update it shortly, thanks for your advice.

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