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April 04, 2012, 04:34:41 PM
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E.T.A.? :S

I actually Kinda hid that...its in the thread title Cheesy

Although work is wearing me out too much to work on the server...one night i'll just stay up LOL
Should be friday night.  Working on forwarding ports now...I have copies of the old drives ready..

I've been running a minetest server on the test VPS...it runs far smoother.. Thinking of starting other game servers and posting them here to show it's capabilities.  

Edit: Ping works now =)  It was just droping the ping requests to stay more invisible, but people like to ping the IP to see the response times.. Tell me what you find out please =D

Update here if it happens faster, I have this thread on notify.

BTW, from my office (London):
Packets: Sent = 50, Received = 50, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
    Minimum = 165ms, Maximum = 197ms, Average = 167ms

May update with my home connection pings if it's significantly different.

That's not terribly bad, its on the west coast of USA.. long ways =P

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To give everyone an idea of the speed.. 1.50-1.65KH/s on LTC per a core for all 8.  Just running 4 threads. 1.6-1.90KH/s (Turbo kicks in).  I ran the miner in the VPS, not on the raw hardware.  

Also, Mining will not be tolerated and the system will not mine.

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April 04, 2012, 10:58:29 PM
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To give everyone an idea of the speed.. 1.50-1.65KH/s on LTC per a core for all 8.  Just running 4 threads. 1.6-1.90KH/s (Turbo kicks in).  I ran the miner in the VPS, not on the raw hardware.  

Also, Mining will not be tolerated and the system will not mine.

Then why do you tempt us with the numbers?

Ah well, understandable. Hopefully you can get this up and running with no major issues.

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April 04, 2012, 11:58:46 PM
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To give everyone an idea of the speed.. 1.50-1.65KH/s on LTC per a core for all 8.  Just running 4 threads. 1.6-1.90KH/s (Turbo kicks in).  I ran the miner in the VPS, not on the raw hardware.  

Also, Mining will not be tolerated and the system will not mine.

Then why do you tempt us with the numbers?

Ah well, understandable. Hopefully you can get this up and running with no major issues.

A nice speed test that most would understand  Roll Eyes

So far its looking good, I'll spend quite a bit of time on it tonight though.  Figuring out how I want to do things and such.  I am creating default images for all 4 sizes and I'll only accept Ubuntu 10.04 at first, I'll make different ones in my free time after launch. 

To protect my self, I will be blocking a large amount of IPs, only to do with AP2P.. Should not prohibit the usability of the VPSs, torrents may be slow to start though if the tracker ends up being one of those IPs.

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April 05, 2012, 12:40:28 AM
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If you're interested in buying more servers, this is a fucking steal: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Rackable-C1001-1U-2x-AMD-2356-Quad-Core-2-3Ghz-Server-w-KFSN4-DRE-system-board-/190662831803?pt=COMP_EN_Servers&hash=item2c6463eebb#ht_4755wt_835

Hope this isn't looked upon as spamming. I obviously can't prove that auction isn't mine, but I've been debating buying one or two or ten of those for a few weeks now. You'd have to swap out the PSU (or find a -48VDC power source), but $100 for the case/CPUs/motherboard is g'damn.
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April 05, 2012, 12:51:53 AM
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If you're interested in buying more servers, this is a fucking steal: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Rackable-C1001-1U-2x-AMD-2356-Quad-Core-2-3Ghz-Server-w-KFSN4-DRE-system-board-/190662831803?pt=COMP_EN_Servers&hash=item2c6463eebb#ht_4755wt_835

Hope this isn't looked upon as spamming. I obviously can't prove that auction isn't mine, but I've been debating buying one or two or ten of those for a few weeks now. You'd have to swap out the PSU (or find a -48VDC power source), but $100 for the case/CPUs/motherboard is g'damn.

I might have before i bought this one, but I am really low on money, and those will be likely gone by the time i do look to another system.
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I mainly looked for expansion in the server i bought, as to why its a dual socket.  Thank you though Cheesy

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April 05, 2012, 04:11:24 AM
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I'm going to start taking Pre-Orders so I can get them lined up for the launch. 

PM me or post it here, I'll get the server test booted and if you want I can temperamentally connect your old drive to the new VPS for data transfers. 

Prices are on OP or here: http://173.255.217.222/vps/

PM me the tier you want and any upgrades you want, and it should be ready at the time of the launch. Cheesy
OS for now will be Ubuntu 10.04, 64 Bit.
Ports will be 4000-5000 this time.

Disk upgrades...I can do this two ways...
1) I can add a second disk to your VPS
-Can be Reversed
-Any time upgrade
2) When you first purchase, I can make it one disk
-Can't be reversed
-Only when you first purchace (may change in the future)

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April 05, 2012, 05:34:13 AM
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I was a Special Sir (still am and always will be) so I guess that more or less matches the current lower tier. Given the special idiosyncrasy of the service I will go for that and maybe I'll add memory later on.

I'd also be interested in downloading a backup of my previous home directory as I don't have all the latest versions.

Cheers.

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April 05, 2012, 05:37:40 AM
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What does the asterisk after "Core" represent? Couldn't find it anywhere...

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April 05, 2012, 05:44:38 AM
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What does the asterisk after "Core" represent? Couldn't find it anywhere...

Oh yea...forgot to mention that...
"Up to 2.6GHz"

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April 05, 2012, 05:54:51 AM
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What does the asterisk after "Core" represent? Couldn't find it anywhere...

Oh yea...forgot to mention that...
"Up to 2.6GHz"

As in shared core? How is CPU time allocated? And PM'd in any case, those prices are excellent and your service has likewise been.

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April 05, 2012, 05:58:19 AM
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If you're interested in buying more servers, this is a fucking steal: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Rackable-C1001-1U-2x-AMD-2356-Quad-Core-2-3Ghz-Server-w-KFSN4-DRE-system-board-/190662831803?pt=COMP_EN_Servers&hash=item2c6463eebb#ht_4755wt_835

Hope this isn't looked upon as spamming. I obviously can't prove that auction isn't mine, but I've been debating buying one or two or ten of those for a few weeks now. You'd have to swap out the PSU (or find a -48VDC power source), but $100 for the case/CPUs/motherboard is g'damn.

I might have before i bought this one, but I am really low on money, and those will be likely gone by the time i do look to another system.
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I mainly looked for expansion in the server i bought, as to why its a dual socket.  Thank you though Cheesy

Well, keep it in mind. It'd be way under half as cheap as the server you bought. I'm sure he'll still be in stock whenever you want to expand. I first saw his listing up over 2 weeks ago, and he keeps relisting it, with 275 servers left. I don't think it'll go anywhere anytime soon Tongue.
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April 05, 2012, 06:26:04 AM
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This is a great looking service Gary.



One small suggestion, you should name of tiers as you have done with the fourth,  "epic". Maybe something like:

Tier 1 - Copper
Tier 2 - Bronze
Tier 3 - Silver
Tier 4 - Gold

Anyways best of luck with this, I'll soon be messaging you to buy a server.

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April 05, 2012, 06:48:10 AM
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This is a great looking service Gary.



One small suggestion, you should name of tiers as you have done with the fourth,  "epic". Maybe something like:

Tier 1 - Copper
Tier 2 - Bronze
Tier 3 - Silver
Tier 4 - Gold

Anyways best of luck with this, I'll soon be messaging you to buy a server.

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Yea, I still may change the names, also looking forward to it  Grin

On a side note, I need to remake the Tier 3 installs...some how i managed to mistype the password twice lol..
Also ran into an issue where the SSHd wasn't starting on start up on the Epic 4, had to reinstall the openssh and it worked there on out..
Things are looking good so far though..
I only have to add my user to all of them so i can fix ssh issues and other things if they arise again..

If you're interested in buying more servers, this is a fucking steal: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Rackable-C1001-1U-2x-AMD-2356-Quad-Core-2-3Ghz-Server-w-KFSN4-DRE-system-board-/190662831803?pt=COMP_EN_Servers&hash=item2c6463eebb#ht_4755wt_835

Hope this isn't looked upon as spamming. I obviously can't prove that auction isn't mine, but I've been debating buying one or two or ten of those for a few weeks now. You'd have to swap out the PSU (or find a -48VDC power source), but $100 for the case/CPUs/motherboard is g'damn.

I might have before i bought this one, but I am really low on money, and those will be likely gone by the time i do look to another system.
  Cry

I mainly looked for expansion in the server i bought, as to why its a dual socket.  Thank you though Cheesy

Well, keep it in mind. It'd be way under half as cheap as the server you bought. I'm sure he'll still be in stock whenever you want to expand. I first saw his listing up over 2 weeks ago, and he keeps relisting it, with 275 servers left. I don't think it'll go anywhere anytime soon Tongue.

I'll be sure to bookmark it, thank you =)

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April 07, 2012, 03:09:23 AM
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VPS2 is accepting new VPSs, 3 already running great, get yours now  Grin


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April 07, 2012, 03:18:02 AM
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What does the asterisk after "Core" represent? Couldn't find it anywhere...

Oh yea...forgot to mention that...
"Up to 2.6GHz"

As in shared core? How is CPU time allocated? And PM'd in any case, those prices are excellent and your service has likewise been.

I guess this slipped my vision...
Lets say 1 user has a dual core VPS, and another has a quad core..
if the system was at 100% already, and they both needed time at the same time, each core would get the same cpu time (roughly), so the quad core would have 2x the total cpu time. 
In other words, sharing is done per a VPS thread, 1 core = 1 thread.

Hope that helps.

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April 07, 2012, 03:23:35 AM
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I guess this slipped my vision...
Lets say 1 user has a dual core VPS, and another has a quad core..
if the system was at 100% already, and they both needed time at the same time, each core would get the same cpu time (roughly), so the quad core would have 2x the total cpu time. 
In other words, sharing is done per a VPS thread, 1 core = 1 thread.

Hope that helps.

Certainly; it's what one would expect, I just wanted to confirm. VPS is up and running just fine, thanks for being prompt.

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April 07, 2012, 03:39:54 AM
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I guess this slipped my vision...
Lets say 1 user has a dual core VPS, and another has a quad core..
if the system was at 100% already, and they both needed time at the same time, each core would get the same cpu time (roughly), so the quad core would have 2x the total cpu time. 
In other words, sharing is done per a VPS thread, 1 core = 1 thread.

Hope that helps.

Certainly; it's what one would expect, I just wanted to confirm. VPS is up and running just fine, thanks for being prompt.

Anytime, hope you enjoy.

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April 08, 2012, 12:36:49 AM
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So? what should I do know to recover my info? is my new VPS up?

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April 08, 2012, 03:09:01 AM
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So? what should I do know to recover my info? is my new VPS up?

I am sorry Muyuu, Undecided I didn't see your post, I will set it up for you tonight, expect a PM sometime soon.

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April 17, 2012, 11:23:34 PM
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I am now offering Debian installs, for anyone interested.  More OSes should come soon.  Windows is pretty much out of the question, its pretty glitch on one i have running now... if you REALLY want it, we can talk.

I will be restarting the server tonight, should be one of the last planned restarts until upgrades... I've changed somethings that need the VPSs restarted so I can manage them remotely.  Sorry for any inconvenience.  Restart will be around 1AM GMT.  Shouldn't be more than a few minutes.  You'll just need to restart anything killed in the process.

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