Server Space In Russia? 2-5 Gb/s Bandwith. For My Own Server.
Aug 25, 2008
Does anyone know some russian company that rents out space in their serverrooms with more or less unlimted bandwith? I need about 2-5 gb/s for streaming. And prefereably some company thats not 2 friendly to USA...
I have a dedicated server with godaddy. Yesterday it went down. I sent a trouble ticket to their support. In 4 hours I got reply saying that everything is fine and server is just experiencing high bandwith. I was able to login to control panel (which is available through different IP address, and I have noticed that my usual 8 gigs a day bandwidth increased to 160 a day for yesterday. I cannot SSH to my server. I cannot access my website via http. I cannot FTP to my server. I cannot do anything. I have submitted another ticket and waiting fro reply.
Any suggestions? Is this an attack? (I feel it is, but not sure) What kind of attack can bring server down, if I have CISCO firewall installed? I am little upset with godaddy, because so far, my server has been down for over a day. Any providers out there, who are more rapid in terms of helping their customers? FYI: I pay them $150 a month.
im running out of space on one of my sites but i have more then plenty of data transfer.
Unfortunately my hosting packaged it weird where they provide not enough hd space. Im trying to figure out is there a way where i can use another server or hosting company that can provide space only and use their servers just for space?
i think amazon.com offered this but wasnt sure how exactly this works.
I'm looking for a server with 3-4 TB of disk space and moderate traffic requirements (1.5-2 TB a month will suffice).
CPU, RAM do not really matter. Location: EU or US. Price: ~100 USD a month with some setup fee or ~120 USD without.
So far I found OVH's SP Storage (http://www.ovh.co.uk/individual/products/superplan_storage.xml) which offers 4 x 1.5 TB RAID0/1 drives for a total of 3 TB disk space. However I can't register with them and their sales did not react quickly enough yet to help me.
Is there anyone else with similar offerings with whom you have personal experience?
Disk /dev/hda: 80.0 GB, 80026361856 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 9729 cylinders Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes
Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/hda1 * 1 26 208844+ 83 Linux /dev/hda2 27 288 2104515 82 Linux swap / Solaris /dev/hda3 289 9729 75834832+ 83 Linux phpSysInfo Output: [url]
The HD is: hda: WDC WD800BB-00DKA0 (Capacity: 74.53 GB)
As you can see, I have used approximately 1.4GB of the 74GB, but regardless what kind of funky math I do, I seem to be missing about 3.5 GB or so. I know there might be 2GB as swap (which I'm not seeing listed, but it should be on a different partition not listed so it should be fine), even then, where's the remainder 1.5G
We are going to offer web space to our students and we want to build a new server just for this purpose. We were looking at buying a storage array, a RAID card, and a server. I have no problems building a server; however, I have never built anything with an external enclosure. I am thinking about buying this storage array:
In light of whats happened at the Planet in Houston we are moving up our plans to have an external DNS nameserver (with failover) and emergency website to alert customers in the event of our data center (C4D in Dallas) ever goes down.
From all the forum messages reagrds this event its apparent that a lot of hosting companies are suffering the worst from having their support websites at the DC where they host their customers and have no way of notifying their customers of whats going on.
Looking to trade 1U of rack space and 1 ip address anywhere in US (Dallas preferred) with someone else who is looking for the same thing.
While we are extremely happy with C4D and have faith in their DC, you can never be 100% prepared for things beyond your control.
when i try to Terminate an Account this message appears
The /var partition on this server is running out of disk space. WHM operation has been temporarily suspended to prevent something bad from happening. Please ask your system admin to remove any files not in use on that partition.
When I had apache my server would die and you couldn't even SSH. Now I have Litespeed my site loads but SUPER SUPER slow.
Last night I was SYN Flooded with 125mbps. Though they consumed nearly all my bandwidth and I owe the DC tons of cash in bandwidth now. I managed to block Russia and the load halved to about 50 and the site was still functional but intermittent.
I have been running Deflate DDoS etc to block IPs.
I'm wondering if I get a load balancer with another box, would this fix my problems?
I heard you can modify the settings somewhere to identify syn attacks and auto block them.
My company is conducting an investigation against an unidentified entity which I currently believe to be Russia Business Network ( [url]
On at least two occasions we have had customers with only minor DDoS issues (let us say 100 - 1000 Mbps at peak) suddenly experience 2 - 4 Gbps attacks which require a $100 to $500 service to jump to roughly $2000 - 5000 per month depending on exact specifications. Naturally this type of issue is not good for the business of our customers and subsequently not healthy for ours.
On each occasion an unnamed individual (I know who they are but I will reserve judgment at the moment) will come forward offering to let our customer try a "special new" protection product they developed that can protect against 10 Gbps for only $2000 which is sometimes a fraction of what my company or any other respected mitigation provider would be forced to charge.
Here is the network they end up on: [url]query=SBL62147 .. and up goes another red flag. When you take a look at this network it routes to ELTEL in St. Petersburg, Russia ( [url] which based on some basic analysis I very seriously doubt has any form of mitigation capabilities, much less multi-Gbps.
Essentially what is happening is they're buying "protection" for $2000.00 per month from the "company" who is actually committing the attacks when in reality that end user has no significant DDoS issues.
I'm actually sitting on a lot more data than this but I need to collect some more data and opinions on whether or not this is linked to RBN. Once my investigation is complete I will issue a full report.
I am not sure if this is a dumb question or not but here it is anyway, if there is a website and some of the images are hosted on a third party site (ie. photobucket), does the bandwith for those loaded from the third party site count as the sites hosting bandwith?
In my opinion I do not believe it does because it is making a call to the image on the other hosting server, but a friend of mine who manages a forum said that once the users started using more animated signatures that the site bandwith went up by almost 40%, but all signatures are hosted on other sites.
i launched my site 1 month ago on host gators shared hosting plan and grew very quickly, and now am going to pass the 2 TB limit any hour / day so im freaking out. I dont know what to do i need to find a hosting company that offers a lot of bandwith and moderate HD space i need somehwere around 4 TB a month bandwith and 100 GIG HD my budget is from 100 -150 dollars a month.
Also i was approached by someone offering colocation services to host my files on their services is this good as well i have no idea? my site is a music sharing website where people upload and listen to music.
dedicated host provider [url] and trying to determine the options from them in regards to bandwith. If I decide to go with them I will be using them to host a youtube clone site
has any body had experience with them?
Here is their deal Core 2 Quad Q6600 CPU 1 GB PC2-5300 DDR2 Ram 250 GB SATA300 Drive Unmetered Bandwidth I'm planning to ugrade the ram to 4gb at 300.00 one time extra.
They claim Free 24 hr On-Site Support so I called them up last night at 3:30am their time and did get a technition on the line. They also refer to themselves as being "fully managed" and describe in detail what that means in their faq.
Their BW is unmetered and unshared 10mbps = 3,285 gigs/mo or 4mbps 1,314 gigs/month burstable to 100 mbps going over this limit the charge is 49.00 for each 328.5 gigs
So because I'm a start up and have no idea what will be required in terms of BW. here is the question
If I had a limit on uploads of 200 mb and the average size of the videos being downloaded were 20 mb how many people could be online at the same time?
I'm not even sure if that's the right way to look at it.