Even tho' their protection looks good, their support time is kinda shit, only working days and only from 9 a.m - 6 p.m..Thats big minus.
Don't run of the topic, no one sells vps for 5€ and has 100€ 24/7 support.Well.. you buy a vserver for like <10 bucks.. what the fuck do you expect ? If they even work for you 10 minutes a month its allready a minus profit for you as a customer.. You want support? pay the price.
Sry but all this price dumping shit makes me angry.
Some people always want best protection, best uptime and best support for 5 bucks..
The less a customer is willing to pay, the more they want.. thats something i learned long time ago.
Don't run of the topic, no one sells vps for 5€ and has 100€ 24/7 support.
I know when someone sells servers over 100€ and has 100€ support, but not 5€
And I didn't wrote about quality of support, then time of active support please read what I wrote, and don't seek for attention
So its not his server or what if he won't accept support?Its not off topic nor did i start it.
I also never said that there is somebody that provides 24/7 for 5€ (thats exactly is the point im trying to say.. - wtf?)
You said that there support times are shit (for the price) which is simply not true.
So aggain: you want 24/7 support? Pay the price and dont drag a provider down for not having 24/7 support for 5€ vps.
Dude, exactly this is the case, thats how a basic business works. You think you get the best prices or support for a customer who never bought anything from you or only in low ammounts?You're saying that someone with 5€ server isn't important as someone with 80€ server, do you hear yourself?
It doesn't matter how much server costs, its his server even if server 1€ costs and he is responsible for it
explain why u cannot recommend?
I can't recommend the provider. Hetzner or ovh, or ramnode, or vultr, or do, or anything else will do better for serving content to your customers because of better performance (greatly better)
This is NOT ssd.DDoS protection average and can be shut-down easy by attacking their core routers (and I received such attacks against my project in past, in a day when I did launch a project, and whole their provider for several hours in a day and in time when I launched my project - was offline). They said it's incident somewhere but not with them, while it's a pure lie.
Hi Joseph from fastpipe.io here - glad to clarify what we really use for our SSD Cloud ServersThis is NOT ssd.
This is NOT latest or even 2013 year CPU, it seems like 2009-2010 CPU's (XEONS from ebay / aliexpress)
They advertise they-self as a good provider and lie a lot from the front page.
No, they're definitely crap.
Here are unixscore results from 2012
As you see, the processors used in this test from 2010-2009 year.
And like I said - the results from unixbench from there for example - the same as current results in 2019 (after 7 years).
No, sorry, for anything serious this is will not work. Plus for sure this is just thread, not a core. And even funny for me - overused thread.
You are amazing sir, thank you for coming to our forum and I would like to try Combahton sometime. Perhaps I will sign up and make a test server. Would you mind me running benchmarks - if I want a solid performance server is there a certain package/selection I should go for?Our physical nodes are monitored closely via both Icinga2 and Grafana.