OpenVZ 256MB Special - Two available Locations - KC/JV
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The anual one doesn't look bad at all @Jacob
Thanks, I was undecided on the bandwidth. but 550GB seems more suitable for the price.
Can you please link me to your TOS?
I have now included this in the main post.
I suppose private VPNs and IRC servers are allowed?
Anything that is not stated in the TOS/AUP is allowed.
I know they moved the servers I have with them, I didn't know it was that far away?
PS: 4 x 256MB are remaining, went faster then I expected.
The downtime was not near 24 Hours by far for any of my servers, and it was a planned outage / maintainance.
@Jacob @Jack @Liam Is that what this downtime is on my server for 25 hours? (at the bottom)
How did you not notice the move i'm confused.
@Spencer The move was noticed, they didn't notify me that the servers was going in another DC. Also it was supposedly only ~ 7 hrs downtime.
@Jacob Wait a minute, so you had my server moved to a different datacentre without telling me? I wasn't even let known about the "only ~ 7 hrs downtime". And not only that, you weren't aware of the move yourself?
Wow, that is unbelievable..
I wasn't aware that it would be moved so far away, I didn't question volumedrive just set the maintainance date and all was good.
Looking further into this, backtracking... I can see the node was offline from:
date: 9 November 2012 20:23
subject: Service Change JV: 1 DOWN
date: 10 November 2012 21:46
subject: Service Change JV: ALL UP
It's been a long week, and weekend.
You was given notice, don't exaggerate. check your email, it would of been sent from SolusVM most likely.
What email? When was it sent? I did check first before posting here.
Looks like twitter was used instead.
also another tweet was sent when completed:
@Jacob Why the hell would you send out a tweet to notify clients about 25 hours downtime? lol that's incredibly retarded
Twitter is also linked in the WHMCS area, so for anyone paying the Invoices, and tickets, etc.. would see the tweet.
It makes sense, and majority of companies do the exact same.