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What do you use your VPS's for?

24-06-2016, 11:19
For me, honestly a dedicated server makes no sense for my scale of operation. A VPS was the obvious choice, especially since it's really not that much more expensive than shared hosting - the increased flexibility is well worth the extra few bucks in my opinion. I'm curious though, those of you using a VPS as a test environment, are you using dedicated servers otherwise? What necessitated that jump up?

24-06-2016, 08:53
To test environments .

02-06-2016, 17:08
I use mine for an anti ddos proxy for competitive gaming.

28-05-2016, 07:38
I really only ever use my VPS as test environments these days. I used to host a voice server there for a long while though.

10-05-2016, 15:40
Where are your visitors located?

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10-05-2016, 13:30
Is it revelant for the latency?

10-05-2016, 13:29
my websites are working without problem. But i realize that websites open pages with latency sometimes.

10-05-2016, 07:58
Lost visitors day by day ? Do you mean visitors not able to access your site ?

10-05-2016, 04:38
I am using ovh france dedicated server but I lost visitors day by day. I do not know what to do? any one want to help me?

11-04-2016, 08:23
VPS are mostly not that powerful as dedicated servers are . So the use of VPS are limited in terms of resources. Many users buy vps to cut down cost since they cannot afford a dedicated server because of the competitive hosting market. So the use of VPS depends on the user itself as to what he is looking to run.

07-04-2016, 13:52
I configure my own seedboxes for fun. Got 15 GB hard drive, 1 TB bandwidth, 128 MB ram

05-04-2016, 14:25
Some websites, testing environments, other small services such as voice servers.

Although now I've tended to just purchase a Dedicated Server and setup virtualization on it, more control and it generally works out cheaper.

05-04-2016, 13:06
Although strictly not a Datahoarder post I'm interested in learning as to what you do with your VPS's. I've had one for a while now but don't use it for anything other than webhosting.