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  1. elohkcalb

    1 gigabit per second internet connection?

    Home connection is cheap, commercial connections are marginally higher, but both are usually provided on a best-effort basis with a slight difference in the contention ratio. The real expensive ones are the bandwidth at DC, especially those with good regional peering/upstreams. Although the...
  2. elohkcalb

    Instant Windows RDP @ $3.5/m Linux Servers @ $2/m - 50% off - FREE Trial Available

    It is not possible to get Windows 8 (in fact all MS client OS) properly licensed on VPS, not with SPLA at least. And SPLA is the only licensing model for hosting providers.
  3. elohkcalb

    GreenValueHost outsources customer support to India.

    Well, this thread reminds me of this clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2g0XMx1sFEA
  4. elohkcalb

    Hostigation down?

    Looks like it's back online now. And yeah I do have a VPS with them at LA, which was unreachable a while ago.
  5. elohkcalb

    Hostigation down?

    Anyone experiencing difficulties in reaching the hostigation website? There appears to be massive packet losses from the traceroute result.
  6. elohkcalb

    Understanding IP Block allocation

    Well, I prefer the cheat sheets from Packet Life @ http://packetlife.net/library/cheat-sheets/
  7. elohkcalb

    123systems dd on new node.

    I for one, still can't figure out why dd result matters when it comes to VPS. Unless I'm doing a lot of writes to the disk all day long, I'm not going to do this dd test any time. However, if I'm doing that much of I/O to the HDD, most likely I will get an abuse warning before anything.
  8. elohkcalb

    What happen to ShardHost?

    Saw this posted on LET and received the email too. Anyone know what happen to them?
  9. elohkcalb

    Kernel update without reboot?

    Read this the other day, has anyone tried it before on production? http://korovamilky.tumblr.com/post/16460518079/running-new-linux-kernel-without-rebooting
  10. elohkcalb

    Spam/Replica Friendly Providers?

    Keep getting their promotional emails, and then I did some checks on where the emails were blasted and where the sites were hosted. The owner with the email address ([email protected]) holds quite a number of domains, including but not limited to loveutiffany.com, tiffanycrown.com...
  11. elohkcalb

    Adaptec RAID Card with Lost SN and WWN

    Tried to upgrade the firmware of a 5405Z the other day using arcconf. The upgrade failed, and that leaves me with a card that refused to show up on the boot screen. I then tried to do the upgrade using mode 0, but received a complaint instead, saying firmware I have on the USB drive doesn't...
  12. elohkcalb

    Openvz 45% Off for life | Jacksonville | IPV6 | Crissic Solutions LLC

    Hmm... just received a notification saying LA nodes are going to be removed. This is no good... :huh:
  13. elohkcalb

    Install and configure KVM to your dedicated server

    Hmm... there's something that I always forget until I restart the node. :) virsh autostart [name of vps].
  14. elohkcalb

    Kevin Hillstrand is a fraud

    It is not only Cantonese, there are more than one dialect groups that use the surname "Ng".
  15. elohkcalb

    How does KVM CPU work?

    Hmm... where did you get that idea from? In general CPU resources are limited and therefore shared by all virtualized containers, by default. So unless the provider specifically mention that it's a dedicated resource, otherwise I'd take it as shared.
  16. elohkcalb

    HighPoint RocketCache 3240x8/3244x8

    Does anyone have any experience in using these cards from Highpoint? It looks interesting, reviews look good on desktop, and most importantly it's not tagged with a sky-high price. Now what I'm not sure is whether they are suitable to be installed on a server that runs a couple of virtual...
  17. elohkcalb

    Should we migrate to discourse forum software?

    Hmm, visiting http://try.discourse.org/ with Opera 12.15 gets me a blank page. Serverbear forum does work fine though.
  18. elohkcalb

    Software RAID vs hardware RAID

    Hmm... this reminds me of an article that I/O Flood posted on their blog last year. "Hardware raid or software raid? Our take on the great religious debate" (http://blog.ioflood.com/?p=26)
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