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DedicatedPros
29-08-2009, 19:56
Quote Originally Posted by elvis1
http://74.63.66.114/1GBtest.zip is from Internap(Chicago) from fdcservers which have a tremendous speed

many thanks to you my friend!
No problem

elvis1
29-08-2009, 19:50
http://74.63.66.114/1GBtest.zip is from Internap(Chicago) from fdcservers which have a tremendous speed

many thanks to you my friend!

DedicatedPros
24-08-2009, 07:26
Quote Originally Posted by elvis1
can someone please test the speed from an rps?

http://76.73.0.5/1GBtest.zip

and this also please

http://74.63.66.114/1GBtest.zip


thanks
Tested, both connections keep going up and down (speed wise), and the second one is definitely better.

On http://76.73.0.5/1GBtest.zip I got about 100-300KB/s (on an unmetered kimsufi)

On http://74.63.66.114/1GBtest.zip I got a slower speed at first, but then it maxed out to 11.2MB/s

elvis1
24-08-2009, 07:10
can someone please test the speed from an rps?

http://76.73.0.5/1GBtest.zip

and this also please

http://74.63.66.114/1GBtest.zip


thanks

Myatu
15-06-2009, 22:47
It's luna.nl - I only get 1.92M/s max from them. Using the same server during the same timeframe, I was getting 11M/s from Debian's mirror in Germany.

james2k9
14-06-2009, 23:41
suppriseingly my last rps actually had okay speed
this time just crap

i am considering moving to ovh's kimsufi servers, actually the best option in most cases

until i see an improvement the rpa isnt worth it

specially when you can get loads of disk space, double ram and better connection for just a few quid more.

Seedbox Paradis
08-06-2009, 14:46
Where are you located (country and city) and which provider do you use?

Mattz0r
08-06-2009, 12:26
Well, It's been like this, ever since i got the rps....

Ashley
08-06-2009, 12:21
Quote Originally Posted by Mattz0r
Talking of RPS and not a success, I've bought an RPS,

However, The network speed is absolutely unnacceptable... and I'm talking sub 5Kb/s

mail:~# wget ftp://ftp.luna.nl/test/1024MByte.bin
--2009-06-08 13:18:35-- ftp://ftp.luna.nl/test/1024MByte.bin
=> `1024MByte.bin'
Resolving ftp.luna.nl... 217.77.137.78
Connecting to ftp.luna.nl|217.77.137.78|:21... connected.
Logging in as anonymous ... Logged in!
==> SYST ... done. ==> PWD ... done.
==> TYPE I ... done. ==> CWD /test ... done.
==> SIZE 1024MByte.bin ... 1073741824
==> PASV ... done. ==> RETR 1024MByte.bin ... done.
Length: 1073741824 (1.0G)

0% [ ] 20,272 3.85K/s eta 3d 13h


This needs to get sorted, Or I would like some compensation for this.
Getting a healthy 8.7mb/s here on my SP best of.

Mattz0r
08-06-2009, 12:13
Talking of RPS and not a success, I've bought an RPS,

However, The network speed is absolutely unnacceptable... and I'm talking sub 5Kb/s

mail:~# wget ftp://ftp.luna.nl/test/1024MByte.bin
--2009-06-08 13:18:35-- ftp://ftp.luna.nl/test/1024MByte.bin
=> `1024MByte.bin'
Resolving ftp.luna.nl... 217.77.137.78
Connecting to ftp.luna.nl|217.77.137.78|:21... connected.
Logging in as anonymous ... Logged in!
==> SYST ... done. ==> PWD ... done.
==> TYPE I ... done. ==> CWD /test ... done.
==> SIZE 1024MByte.bin ... 1073741824
==> PASV ... done. ==> RETR 1024MByte.bin ... done.
Length: 1073741824 (1.0G)

0% [ ] 20,272 3.85K/s eta 3d 13h


This needs to get sorted, Or I would like some compensation for this.


EDIT:

Rack space: 23A24
Number: 72406
Version: 1
iSCSI server: iscsi65.rps.ovh.net
System (OS): debian50

^ If that helps...

marks
08-06-2009, 10:41
we take note of your comments, though with the new offers coming in soon, we'll have to wait and see more feedback before considering changing it again.

But thanks for your feedback, we really discuss about your proposals periodically.

james2k9
06-06-2009, 00:27
in total 45 minutes setuptime
RPS1 with 512mb 30gb hd

kool.

james2k9
06-06-2009, 00:03
My last RPS wasnt a success..
long wait time, none existant support, but its okay for a play server
its a good thing that you upgraded the disk space, cause before it was quite tight.
but ive given it another go and see what its like when things have cooled down.

btw..

It would be a good idea to maybe charge for hard disk space like this..

First extra 2GB = 0.75
Next 3 x 2GB = 1/2GB
5th 2G B = 1.25
add more than 5 x 2GB = 2/each

that would greatly inporve sales, but.. that would mean the servers are used more and they would cost more in bandwidth maybe? so they might not be so cheap..

but oh well would just maybe make it affordable and more practical for customers

maybe this offer could be brauht in say after your first 3 months of service..?