Fast VPS Nodes

Jul 24, 2007

Does anyone here know where Fast VPS Nodes Providers are?

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Powerhouse Host Nodes

Jan 22, 2009

Today I was just going through some pricing and quotes trying to decide if multiple average priced servers ($150/mo - $400/mo) vs Powerhouse servers ($1,500/mo - $2,500/mo).
The powerhouse servers look mathematically to pay off better in the end but I am thinking that they may bottleneck easier.

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Firewall In Front Of VPS Hardware Nodes

Apr 4, 2009

We are interested to know how many VPS providers.. ( not resellers ) have hardware firewalls in front of their VPS hardware nodes?

If so, Do you find this impacts customer vps's?

What kind of hardware firewall do you use?

If not, how do you protect your hardware nodes from attack?

After some research I seem to find most providers do not in fact have any hardware firewalls in front of their VPS hardware nodes. Mostly they say it causes too many problems and tickets due to port blocking, etc... and customers complain about being restricted..

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Good Place To Colocate VPS Nodes

Jun 10, 2008

Where's a good place in North America to colocate VPS nodes and can provide me the resouces to run effective VPS nodes? (bandwidth, power, etc.)

I live in Toronto, Canada (East coast).

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Backups On Apache Web Server Nodes

Jun 18, 2015

I have set up a backup node in PPA, and set it to be ready to provide, however backup tasks are saving the backups to the apache web server nodes? How do I find the cause of this?

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Plesk Automation :: Nginx On Web Nodes?

May 26, 2014

Is here any way to get nginx running on the web nodes and be able to manage it from the CP like standalone Plesk servers?

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Excess Bandwidth Charges For Traffic Between 2 Nodes On A Lan

Oct 7, 2008

Should excess bandwidth charges apply for traffic that occurs between 2 nodes on a lan?

We have 2 self service dedicated servers. One of them runs our production environment and the other is used for development and backups. We have a cron job which copies backup data from the production server to the development box. A few months ago a bug in our backup script resulted a $700 excess bandwidth charge from the hosting provider.

An analysis of the network stats showed this to be $350 for outbound traffic from the production server and $350 for inbound traffic to the development box. Internet traffic for the period in question was negligible. I disputed the charge but was unable to obtain a refund. I'm trying to decide whether to switch providers as a result.

Based on the information listed above what do you think most hosting providers would have done:

1. Exactly the same. The terms of service make the customer liable for all excess bandwidth.
2. Offered a $350 refund to avoid billing twice for the same traffic.
3. Refunded the full amount because the excess traffic did not touch the public wan.

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/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 Of One Of Your Nodes

Dec 3, 2008

I am having network issues, local servers in the /24 are unable to connect to VPS's.

If I make the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 too especific by adding a netmask then Nodes with assigned IPs on a different /28 will stop working/ping.

Right now it works, but it doesn't allow local servers to connect to VPS's (a problem) as one of those nodes is a VPS backup center.

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Plesk Automation :: PPA - Restrict Service Nodes For Subscriptions

Feb 26, 2014

I'm testing PPA and have now a questions. How can restrict a subscription to a service node? I have try that over the subscriptions and custom atribute's. That work for the most thinks (Apache/Postfix) but not for MySQL, all customers can by a create to choose the database server (all database servers). How can i customer don't allow to choose the database server?

For a example (web1, mail1 only -> db1) (web2, mail2 only -> db2)

And for the DNS settings to create automaticly a DNS for the database service? (as a sample: db.domain.de -> database service node)....

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Plesk Automation :: Choosing Hostnames For Service Nodes?

Mar 23, 2015

I can't seem to find if there is a way to specify what hostname is used for a service on a service node. For instance, if one creates a service node named web01, and makes it a DNS service node, is web01 what will be used when creating NS records in zone files, or is there a way to change that?

The ppademo.com site is offline (and was unlicensed again last week).

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Plesk Automation :: How To Change Hostname Of Service Nodes In PPA

Mar 18, 2014

after learning that server aliases are not available for PPA, we are needing to rename our service nodes. We have looked through the documentation, and did see the ppa.hostname command for the management node but there does not seem to be an equivalent for service nodes.

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Plesk Automation :: Unable To Set Up Service Nodes - Single IP Address

Jun 30, 2014

I'm attempting to run PPA on Azure but I only have one IP to work with, the public IP address. It's not possible to communicate between servers using the internal IP addresses as they are not necessarily on the same sub net. How can I get PPA and service nodes running on a single IP address per machine?

An example of the error I get when setting up a service node is

Failed to execute command 'cscript /Nologo http_download.js http://<private ip address>/tarballs/Win32Bin/support.cab'. Check logs in 'c:POA_Deploy' at host '<public ip address>' for more details about the reasons of failure.

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Plesk 12.x / Linux :: API Create Subdomain Errors And Missing Nodes

Nov 6, 2014

I'm trying to create a subdomain using API but get this as the response:

[result] => Array
(
[status] => error
[errcode] => 1002
[errtext] => ProtDir_Apache::update() failed: Unable to create user protection directory:Service node is unknown for sysuser with id=0

[code]....

how do you set the hosting type for the subdomain?! I don't see this in the docs.

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Plesk Automation :: Adding Nodes - Installation Task Fails

Aug 11, 2014

I am working on a new install of PPA, and after installation on the management node Im trying to add the other nodes. Ive tried to add a Apache, Postfix, DNS & DB node, and they all have the same issue. The installation task fails with the following error:

Destination host 'node.domain.com' (#3), IP '192.168.1.*' : The operation can not be completed because the following component is missing or is not running: pleskd (sc_name '', sc_id #45)

(domain and IP are removed here, correct in the original error. The IP is a backchannel IP, and the public IP was properly set in the management node).

I've verified that pleskd was installed and is running on each node:

Code:

24710 ? S 0:00 /usr/local/pem/sbin/pleskd --props-file /usr/local/pem/etc/pleskd.props --send-signal
24712 ? S 0:00 /usr/local/pem/sbin/pleskd --props-file /usr/local/pem/etc/pleskd.props --send-signal
24714 ? S 0:00 /usr/local/pem/sbin/pleskd --props-file /usr/local/pem/etc/pleskd.props --send-signal
...

I've verified that my management node can connect to the nodes in question via 8532:

Code:
]# telnet 192.168.1.* 8352
Trying 192.168.1.*..
Connected to 192.168.1.*.
Escape character is '^]'.
^]
telnet> quit
Connection closed.

So there shouldn't be any firewall or other networking issues.

What else can I try to get this running?

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Plesk Automation :: SMTP Rate Limit For Receiving Mail On Service Nodes?

May 5, 2014

Is there a KB (I couldn't find one) - to implement rate limiting for receiving mail on our service nodes?

Just had another customer account compromised (not a very weak password either) - and that meant > 250,000 emails - a LOT of cleanup.

Not only do we need rate limiting, but we also need notification of potential abuses.

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Fast EU Peering

May 13, 2009

on a .eu hosting company with good routing/peering around europe. I have customers all over europe but still wanna save money and centralize to one hosting company.

I am looking for a gigabit uplink but nessesarily i dont need flatrate traffic since we only hit peaks a few times a day..

What are your thoughts on companies providing this kind of service at a fair price?

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Fast Uploads

May 25, 2009

i have moved my hosting to a new provider and i was wondering what is the quickest way to upload my 500MB files to the new server? Is there anyway i can speed this up like have a dedicated uplink port to my server, or via VPN or something, cos at the moment i have an upload speed of around 10KB/s,

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Fast Host

Feb 5, 2009

anyone know or can recommended a good and fast host? for share plan

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Fast Hositng

Apr 18, 2008

Does there are a site that compare hosting companies by fast (fast respond and explore)?

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Is There A Fast Web Host Out There

Dec 14, 2008

Is there a webhost fast enough for providing large files (2.5GB +, going up to 10GB + larger) on my website to users worldwide?

At the moment my website is hosted in the UK and it seems to deliver download speeds of around 650kbps if only one person is downloading at a time. I have tried other web hosts, and their download speeds are never advertised, but have turned out to be even less in practise (e.g. 150kbps)

As I'm hosting large files (e.g. 1GB - 2.5GB - 8.5GB or more) on my website, I need something with unlimited speed. i.e. so that the download speed is limited only by the end user's connection.

Is there anything like this out there? I realise the files are very large in size, but I'd rather keep the process electronic than mail out hundreds of DVDs all the time.

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Fasthosts ~ Or Rather Not So Fast

Apr 2, 2008

I have recently closed my Linux Developer account with fasthosts due to intermittant latency problems, and rubbish support query turn around, always over 48hours if replied to at all (most of my support queries were never answered unless I actually phoned in about them!)

So is mine an isolated incident or are others out there having the same problem?

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Leaseweb Fast

Aug 19, 2008

I'm probably going to buy a dedicated server at leaseweb.com but I wanted to know from peopl who have experiences if they have fast servers?

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Fast DNN Hosting

Jan 3, 2008

I'm planning to host about 10 websites, most of them will be developed on Dotnetnuke (latest version). The most important issue is the speed of the web sites. The pages need to be opened fast. The target audience is located in Istanbul/Turkey, therefore I think the EU-based companies will be better for my requirements.

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What Is Best Cheap And Fast VPS

Aug 2, 2007

I have a friend that has a VPS to run a few teamspeaks, he pays good prices,

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KVM Easy And Fast

Apr 7, 2007

What's the latest KVM technologies that's easy to use and have fast response time?

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FDC 1GB Pipe - Anyone Know How Fast It Really Is

Jun 15, 2007

FDC Co-location packages include a $600/month package for a 1gp pipe
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It's shared bandwidth, so does anyone know how fast it really is?

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PHP 5.2.4 Fast CGI Not Working

Sep 10, 2007

I run lighttpd as my webserver, and 5.2.1 worked perfectly. I upgraded to 5.2.4 but when I checked my version, it said "cli". I ran the exact same configure command that I did with 5.2.1, but for some reason it says "cli". I then just ran this config:

'./configure' '--enable-fastcgi' '--enable-discard-path' '--enable-force-cgi-redirect'

And got this error:

collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [sapi/cgi/php-cgi] Error 1

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Fast..Zend Opt. Is Gone.

Aug 7, 2007

When I type php -v from ssh

PHP 4.4.7 (cli) (built: Aug 7 2007 10:12:20)
Copyright (c) 1997-2007 The PHP Group
Zend Engine v1.3.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2004 Zend Technologies
with Zend Extension Manager v1.2.0, Copyright (c) 2003-2006, by Zend Technologies
with Zend Optimizer v3.3.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2007, by Zend Technologies

but from web site phpinfo, there is no zend Opt installed and non of my vbulletin site getting error page that I need to install zend.

I tried reinstall, rebuild but it did not work..

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Fast Hosting Worldwide?

Dec 27, 2008

I need to provide an 8gb file download (split into 1gb parts) that will be downloaded by 80+ people worldwide, simultaneously. I'm talking for example, they will be each downloading at 1.2megabytes per second each (this is the average speed of their home connections), simultaneously.
What are the specs or things I should be looking out for in a website hosting provider?
One service I'm looking at is advertised as 0.5Mbps in bandwidth and 100Mbps in transit, for ã40 a month. The service I'm looking at is sensical.net's colo business service (http://www.sensical.net/). What does this mean and is it fast enough? What is the difference between these two figures - 0.5Mbps bandwidth and 100Mbps transit?

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Surpass Hosting - Are They Fast

Mar 30, 2009

I'm in the process of switching my host provider and Im leaning towards Surpass Hosting.

I've already contacted them for a few question and their support seems expectational as they respond my tickets thoroughly in less then 20 minutes.

Just a few questions to those that do use surpass or have used them. How fast are their servers for PHP like Wordpress and Invision Power Board and are are your sites stable (always fast, or are they slow at times and then fast) with them.

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Server Slows Down Fast

Jun 6, 2009

The server I have running has LAMP and some other related services running. It's on a 100Mbit shared port. Whenever the server has been running for 30-90mins, the pings start to become very high (+2000ms). Problem exists with ftp, ssh, http etc, and restarting named, httpd, mysqld doesn't affect anything. The only thing that gets the pings back down and the speeds up again is to reboot the system, which takes about a minute. The MRTG graphs show that there isn't any significant traffic which cause the pings go down, in fact, the traffic goes close to 0 when the pings start sky rocketing. CPU load is < 0.1 and memory usage low as well.

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