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      Current state of vpsBoard   02/04/2017

      Dear vpsBoard members and guests:

      Over the last year or two vpsBoard activity and traffic has dwindled. I have had a change of career and interests, and as such am no longer an active member of the web hosting industry.

      Due to time constraints and new interests I no longer wish to continue to maintain vpsBoard. The web site will remain only as an archive to preserve and showcase some of the great material, guides, and industry news that has been generated by members, some of which I remain in contact to this very day and now regard as personal friends.

      I want to thank all of our members who helped make vpsBoard the fastest growing industry forum. In it's prime it was an active and ripe source of activity, news, guides and just general off-topic banter and fun.

      I wish all members and guests the very best, whether it be with your business or your personal projects.

      -MannDude

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  1. "The beta period taught us that the requirements of a large object storage cluster and a cloud computing storage cluster were quite different. ... "The racks have two 60-amp, 3-phase, 208-volt power strips installed. To give you an idea how much power that is, we can redundantly power about 250 60W bulbs (or 3,000 LED bulbs) per rack " https://www.dreamhost.com/blog/2016/09/12/dreamhost-builds-cloud/
  2. Importance of A+B Power?

    Would anyone want this or pay more for it? It applies to dedicated servers, but also VPS that comes out of it. Especially seeing that a power failure could possible destroy RAID cards and the data etc causing a huge mess as well.
  3. As always the first thing that I want to say is "Thank you" to our clients. I know a lot of you are here and we really appreciate the opportunity to serve you. I've said this in the past, and I want to repeat myself. A goal that we all have agreed on at Catalyst is that every step we take be executed with more power and precision than the previous. Our passion for this can be seen in our progression as a VPS provider. As we have grown, so have our products. From L5420 to E5-2620. From single power to A+B. From 4 drive RAID to 8 drive RAID. Every step was an indication of how we've grown and learned more about you and your needs. Today I want to announce that we are launching our new KVM services and a new standard for nodes moving forward: SSD cached RAID. The benefit to you is even more of a buffer between you and your neighbors. The more abuse or unfortunate circumstances that the node requires before a performance hit effects you, the more consistent the quality of your services. Allow me to introduce you to our new node, TaylorSwift. 2x E5-2620 128GB ECC RAM 6x 2TB SATA in HW RAID10 2x 240GB SSD in HW RAID1 for cache. 1Gbps network (CoreXchange Dallas) A/B Power and Network Redundancy Enough rambling. Here's our offer! 50% Off Any KVM Plan for LIFE, During the first 12 hours of this post. [KVM50] 40% Off Any KVM Plan for LIFE, During the first 24 hours of this post. [KVM40] 35% Off any of our OpenVZ or KVM Plans for LIFE [VPSB35] EACH PLAN COMES WITH SolusVM Control Panel Free DNS Hosting Weekly Off Site Backup Instant Setup 1Gbps Fair Share Port Test IP: http://192.211.54.101/test/ -------------------------------------------------------- Tall KVM RAM: 256MB Cores: 1 CPU Core @ 2.0GHz+ 15GB RAID10 Storage with SSD Cache 600GB Bandwidth 1 IPv4 Address Price: $10.00/month $5.00/month ORDER NOW (KVM50) First 12 Hours Price: $10.00/month $6.00/month ORDER NOW (KVM40) First 24 Hours Price: $10.00/month $6.50/month ORDER NOW (VPSB35) 35% for LIFE ------------------------------------------------------ Grande KVM RAM: 512MB Cores: 2 CPU Core @ 2.0GHz+ 30GB RAID10 Storage with SSD Cache 800GB Bandwidth 1 IPv4 Address Price: $20.00/month $10.00/month ORDER NOW (KVM50) First 12 Hours Price: $20.00/month $12.00/month ORDER NOW (KVM40) First 24 Hours Price: $20.00/month $13.00/month ORDER NOW (VPSB35) 35% for LIFE -------------------------------------------------------- Venti KVM RAM: 1024MB Cores: 3 CPU Core @ 2.0GHz+ 60GB RAID10 Storage with SSD Cache 1TB Bandwidth 1 IPv4 Address Price: $30.00/month $15.00/month ORDER NOW (KVM50) First 12 Hours Price: $30.00/month $18.00/month ORDER NOW (KVM40) First 24 Hours Price: $30.00/month $19.50/month ORDER NOW (VPSB35) 35% for LIFE -------------------------------------------------------- Trenta KVM RAM: 2048MB Cores: 4 CPU Core @ 2.0GHz+ 120GB RAID10 Storage with SSD Cache 1.2TB Bandwidth 1 IPv4 Address Price: $50.00/month $25.00/month ORDER NOW (KVM50) 50% for LIFE First 12 Hours Price: $50.00/month $30.00/month ORDER NOW (KVM40) 40% for LIFE First 24 Hours Price: $50.00/month $30.00/month ORDER NOW (VPSB35) 35% for LIFE -------------------------------------------------------- Check out our website for a listing of our OpenVZ Plans https://www.catalysthost.com