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Volumedrive


Kode
30-08-2014, 12:33
I spent an hour yesterday reading through part of the volumedrive thread before i decided to skip to the end and saw it was still in 2013, came back and realised a spammer had resurrected an old thread, doh

Jasgriff
29-08-2014, 23:16
Lol trapper.

Took me about an hour to realise that I think you replied to a spammer

Trapper
29-08-2014, 11:50
Quote Originally Posted by momal12
The TOS states that any illegal filesharing is not allowed, there is nothing against using torrents for legal purposes, but where in the hell do you find those :O The monitoring software is what OVH uses to monitor the state of your RPS, so you're fine.
Legal Torrents, just the first two off the top of my head...

https://bundles.bittorrent.com/
http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/



~Trap

momal12
28-08-2014, 11:11
The TOS states that any illegal filesharing is not allowed, there is nothing against using torrents for legal purposes, but where in the hell do you find those :O The monitoring software is what OVH uses to monitor the state of your RPS, so you're fine.

macole111
26-08-2013, 20:32
One thing that annoys me about OVH at the moment is a couple of Kimis is better than one more expensive server, but now with forum only support this is a less valid option.

-macole11

JakeMS
26-08-2013, 19:25
Quote Originally Posted by LawsHosting
Off-Topic a bit, but, one thing I dislike about WHT (although I do frequent, it's a good laugh to read) is the amount of people asking for $1 hosts, or complaints about losing thousands in income when their site is down, then say they went for the cheapest price of a host.
To be fair, some small businesses simply cannot afford to pay a premium price.

And bare in mind some people say the same thing about OVH.

I think the primary problem is not so much the issue of it being a cheap host, but more the fact they always seem to have no backup.. which means they had no disaster recovery plans which in it's self is their main problem.

At least with one of those, if the worst happens, you can accept your losses and move on rather than end up with nothing.

LawsHosting
26-08-2013, 18:51
Off-Topic a bit, but, one thing I dislike about WHT (although I do frequent, it's a good laugh to read) is the amount of people asking for $1 hosts, or complaints about losing thousands in income when their site is down, then say they went for the cheapest price of a host.

jonlewi5
26-08-2013, 18:51
Yeah i've had the thread open all weekend catching up occasionally.

Bloody concerning for their end users

JakeMS
26-08-2013, 18:35
Thanks for headsup, never used them before, but reading some of that, plan to avoid :-P.

rickyday
26-08-2013, 17:54
Doesn't look good.

Havent read the whole thread yet will get there soon, but hope no one on these forums have been effected.

http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1296858