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DedicatedPros
15-08-2009, 13:45
Silly monkey

freshwire
15-08-2009, 13:45
Flashing lights! Disco

DedicatedPros
15-08-2009, 13:17
Quote Originally Posted by monkey56657
Do I get to use a calculator ?
Yes, but its this little pink thing my youngest sister used to play with It makes very pretty sounds when you press the buttons, and the lights come on too

freshwire
15-08-2009, 04:12
Quote Originally Posted by DedicatedPros
How would you like the job of senior math dude at my new company?
Do I get to use a calculator ?

DedicatedPros
14-08-2009, 23:55
Quote Originally Posted by monkey56657
To get the circumference of your forum topic you multiply the # of answers by PI then double it.
You, kind sir, are a very smart man!

How would you like the job of senior math dude at my new company?

Myatu
14-08-2009, 21:55
Rofl...!

freshwire
14-08-2009, 21:18
To get the circumference of your forum topic you multiply the # of answers by PI then double it.

Myatu
14-08-2009, 03:08
So if I multiply the number of answers to my questions by PI, I still end up with 3.1415926535897932384626433832795?

DedicatedPros
14-08-2009, 00:23
O rly

Than I guess all those super computers calculating the number are wrong too o0

freshwire
13-08-2009, 23:34
Noooo you must be wrong. Google says its as above

DedicatedPros
13-08-2009, 22:14
Quote Originally Posted by monkey56657
PI is 3.14159265
PI is never ending

freshwire
13-08-2009, 21:27
PI is 3.14159265

Myatu
13-08-2009, 20:07
LOL! That's true... So spell out the whole thing then

gigabit
13-08-2009, 20:05
Could still be a typo for "IP Address"

Myatu
13-08-2009, 20:03
Aha! "PI" = "PI Address", that clears it up. Perhaps a good thing add "address" on the website as well, so one knows it's not a typo

derchris
13-08-2009, 15:30
But, AFAIK, this would only be usefull If you run your own BGP network?

S0phie
13-08-2009, 10:54
Quote Originally Posted by derchris
Must be a typo, should be IP
No, it's correct. PI refers to this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Provide..._Address_Space

derchris
12-08-2009, 21:21
Must be a typo, should be IP

Myatu
12-08-2009, 20:08
Quote Originally Posted by Myatu
- Is the site correct that IPs > 30 is 90 per month? Or is this a one-time fee?
Okay, so far this has been answered. The website has changed to better explain these:

*** Request a block of IPs to close RIPE (with GSE): 4,8,16 IPs: 49; 32,64,128,256 IPs: 99; 512.1024, + IPs: 199, PI: 49. Monthly Cost: 0

So, what's "PI" and what about the rest of my Q's?

Myatu
11-08-2009, 20:11
Yeah I did... But I was looking at both the main page and server information pages, and they had the links to http://www.ovh.co.uk/items/framework...ve_hosting.xml still active... Hence I figured I'd ask before I assumed

gigabit
11-08-2009, 20:07
You've probably already read Oles other posts about infrastructure - its gone! Well it will stay on your existing servers but the new range of "unmetered" doesnt have infrastructure limits. The traffic servers do have 1Gbit outgoing but are limited to 5/10/15TB etc.

Myatu
11-08-2009, 19:54
Okay, with the new changes, I need to rethink a few things. So here's some Q's regarding the Pro lineup (not Kimsufi) for OVH to start with:

- Can I order a /24 (or smaller) RIPE IP Block and have it split individually or in blocks of 4?

- Is the site correct that IPs > 30 is 90 per month? Or is this a one-time fee?

- What's the cost involved with splitting your IP block?

- Can I get a 2nd NIC in SP, EG or MG?

- Does the +TB extra traffic purchased apply to one server (as with Kimsufi's) or to your infrastructure (as it ought to be)?

- Are the previous "Premium" bandwidth infrastructure limitations still in place (ie, 1 server = 200 Mbps, 2 servers = 100 Mbps), or is this now a guaranteed minimum (ie., a server with 1 Gbps NIC and switchport is guaranteed a minimum of 200 Mbps but can do more if bandwidth / switchport permits, 2 servers have a guaranteed minumum of 100 Mbps, etc).

- Is it possible to add more FTP Backup space per server, not exceeding the capacity of the HDs uncompressed? (I don't want managed backup).