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TS3 Sever on microCloud


Neil
21-01-2011, 17:53
Quote Originally Posted by elvis1
This means there is a chance of having RPS discontinued?

I guess OVH is only making things in order not to provide any moar 100 mbits for cheap .. What a pity man: they grew up on something and they are now cutting it :S
Hi, we have customers with servers from 2005, nice old models. If you search back you can find the reasons why we are not planning to offer it in the future, its not just bandwidth but the stability of the RPS.

marks
21-01-2011, 16:48
In the french website , there is no RPS , so ...

http://www.ovh.com/fr/index.xml

elvis1
21-01-2011, 15:49
Quote Originally Posted by Myatu;37243[B
]RPS do not have this restriction, though OVH seems to be considering the an "End Of Life" product in favor of their Cloud products[/B] (at least according to the Cloud mailing list).


This means there is a chance of having RPS discontinued?

I guess OVH is only making things in order not to provide any moar 100 mbits for cheap .. What a pity man: they grew up on something and they are now cutting it :S

Myatu
19-01-2011, 20:27
Quote Originally Posted by Razakel
Why not have an opt-in system like the IRC port blocking?
That's exactly what I had suggested to Oles, but alas.

Razakel
19-01-2011, 19:48
Quote Originally Posted by Myatu
The main reason is excessive UDP-based attacks. The underlying reason is that it is too expensive for OVH to invest in adequate protection against these whilst keeping the prices where they are at now.

he choice was, protect against UDP attacks and increase the cloud prices, or disable UDP and cloud prices stay the same. There was a half-hearted attempt to "discuss and vote" for it on the mailing list, which resulted in what we have now.
Why not have an opt-in system like the IRC port blocking?

Myatu
18-01-2011, 18:28
Quote Originally Posted by Mattie
Thanks for the help, does an RPS have the same restriction by any chance?

And I assume there's no chance they'll be changing back and allowing UDP again?
RPS do not have this restriction, though OVH seems to be considering the an "End Of Life" product in favor of their Cloud products (at least according to the Cloud mailing list).

Quote Originally Posted by Razakel
What was the reason given?
The main reason is excessive UDP-based attacks. The underlying reason is that it is too expensive for OVH to invest in adequate protection against these whilst keeping the prices where they are at now.

he choice was, protect against UDP attacks and increase the cloud prices, or disable UDP and cloud prices stay the same. There was a half-hearted attempt to "discuss and vote" for it on the mailing list, which resulted in what we have now.

yonatan
18-01-2011, 13:05
If you would like an OVH based VPS on my servers you can contact me directly at yonatan@mymsn.eu ill hook you up
no limitations on the HG network ...

Razakel
18-01-2011, 01:38
Quote Originally Posted by Myatu
Yes. Unfortunately, OVH has disabled UDP on all mC Cloud products. This will also be the case with their upcoming VPS products.

This was announced on the Cloud mailing list, but not on any of the forums or by personal e-mail to those of us who use the cloud products.

I've had a bit of a tough word about it, but it boils down to a "minority vote".
What was the reason given?

Quote Originally Posted by Mattie
Thanks for the help, does an RPS have the same restriction by any chance?
To my knowledge, you should be fine on an RPS.

Mattie
18-01-2011, 00:48
Quote Originally Posted by Myatu
Yes. Unfortunately, OVH has disabled UDP on all mC Cloud products. This will also be the case with their upcoming VPS products.

This was announced on the Cloud mailing list, but not on any of the forums or by personal e-mail to those of us who use the cloud products.

I've had a bit of a tough word about it, but it boils down to a "minority vote".
Thanks for the help, does an RPS have the same restriction by any chance?

And I assume there's no chance they'll be changing back and allowing UDP again?

Myatu
17-01-2011, 23:54
Yes. Unfortunately, OVH has disabled UDP on all mC Cloud products. This will also be the case with their upcoming VPS products.

This was announced on the Cloud mailing list, but not on any of the forums or by personal e-mail to those of us who use the cloud products.

I've had a bit of a tough word about it, but it boils down to a "minority vote".

Mattie
17-01-2011, 23:46
Hi,

I've been running a TS3 server on your cloud for the last six or so months, towards the end we've been pushing about 350GB a month of traffic, but still barely using the resources allocated on the lowest end VPS: let's face it VoIP is just a posh relay.

However, early this month we had a crash. Everyone disconnected from the server. I first thought it was a simple crash, or a switch had collapsed as sometimes happens. In ten minutes nothing had happened. I ssh'd in and saw the server still running, so I restarted it.

Upon restarting it the log comes up as normal, except nobody can connect. Indeed, it seems that there are no problems with the server itself except that no clients can connect. The port used is UDP 9988.

Code:
GNU nano 2.0.7 File: logs/ts3server_2011-01-09__10_18_19.565029.log

2011-01-09 10:18:19.567349|INFO |ServerLibPriv | | Server Version: 3.0.0-beta31-pre [Build: 13154], Linux
2011-01-09 10:18:19.568548|INFO |DatabaseQuery | | dbPlugin name: SQLite3 plugin, Version 2, (c)TeamSpeak Systems GmbH
2011-01-09 10:18:19.568605|INFO |DatabaseQuery | | dbPlugin version: 3.7.3
2011-01-09 10:18:19.571353|INFO |DatabaseQuery | | checking database integrity (may take a while)
2011-01-09 10:18:20.940337|INFO |SQL | | pruning old database log entries where timestamp is older than 90 days
2011-01-09 10:18:20.991754|INFO |SQL | | updated permissions to version 11
2011-01-09 10:18:21.010280|INFO |SQL | | updated permissions to version 12
2011-01-09 10:18:21.391827|INFO |Accounting | | Licensing Information
2011-01-09 10:18:21.391908|INFO |Accounting | | type : Non-profit
2011-01-09 10:18:21.391976|INFO |Accounting | | starting date : Fri Aug 27 00:00:00 2010
2011-01-09 10:18:21.392011|INFO |Accounting | | ending date : Sat Aug 27 00:00:00 2011
2011-01-09 10:18:21.392038|INFO |Accounting | | max virtualservers: 10
2011-01-09 10:18:21.392063|INFO |Accounting | | max slots : 512
2011-01-09 10:18:21.418852|INFO |FileManager | | listening on 0.0.0.0:30033
2011-01-09 10:18:21.476568|INFO |VirtualServer | 1| listening on 0.0.0.0:9987
2011-01-09 10:18:21.571094|INFO |VirtualServer | 2| listening on 0.0.0.0:9988
2011-01-09 10:18:21.571969|INFO |CIDRManager | | updated query_ip_whitelist ips: 127.0.0.1,
2011-01-09 10:18:21.573322|INFO |Query | | listening on 0.0.0.0:10011
Any ideas at all? I'm on a backup provider at the moment but would really like to get back to ovh as they were serving us so well.