512MB RAM 50GB DISK 2TB BW $15/yr | Native IPv6 | Crissic Solutions LLC

SkylarM

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Verified Provider
About Crissic: Crissic Solutions, LLC is a fast growing hosting company based out of Springfield, Missouri. We have our own ARIN allocation (AS62639). We are located within the GoRack datacenter in Jacksonville Florida, with over 50Gbps of capacity utilizing nLayer/GTT, TeliaSonera, Atrato, and peering in the Atlanta Internet Exchange AND the Jacksonville Internet Exchange.

Our Promise: We promise to provide our customers with the best possible level of service with the highest grade hardware. In fact, we are so confident that you will love our services and exemplary support that we offer a 10 day money back guarantee.

Quick AUP: We do not allow IRC, Bittorrent, P2p, Warez, spamming, or anything illegal in the state of Florida or the United States of America. PRIVATE proxies are allowed. Runescape bots & Gameservers are NOT allowed. Personal IRC Bouncers are Permitted.

Bandwidth Overage Policy: We NEVER charge for overages! If you hit your cap, your service is throttled to 10Mbps for the rest of the month. You can also purchase additional bandwidth at $2.50 per 1TB

Speed Test: Check out our brand new looking glass page at http://lg.crissic.net/

Native IPv6: You want it? We got it! Native IPv6, up to 200 individual IPs FREE. rDNS INCLUDED! (Submit Ticket)



OpenVZ Plans

OVZ512:
Cores: 3
Dedicated RAM: 512 MB
vSwap: 512 MB
Disk: 50 GB
Bandwidth: 2000 GB
IPs: 2 (additional IPs available)

Price: $15/year

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OVZ1024:
Cores: 4
Dedicated RAM: 1024 MB
vSwap: 1024 MB
Disk: 75 GB
Bandwidth: 3000 GB
IPs: 2 (additional IPs available)

Price: $28/year

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OVZ2048:
Cores: 4
Dedicated RAM: 2048 MB
vSwap: 2048 MB
Disk: 100 GB
Bandwidth: 5000 GB
IPs: 2 (additional IPs available)

Price: $50/year

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Available Operating Systems (32 and 64 bit):
Debian 6.0.5, 6.0.6, 7
Fedora 17, 18, 19
Centos 5, 6.3, 6.4
Ubuntu 12.04, 12.10, 13.04

Don't see a template you need? Open a support ticket and we'll add it!

Addons:
1TB Bandwidth: $2.50/m
Additional IPs: $0.50 per IP per month (or $6 per IP per year)
Direct Admin: $5/m
cPanel: $14.95/m



 

SkylarM

Well-Known Member
Verified Provider
Please share serverbear bench.
I ran a bench but the results are pretty weird on DISK IO. We have a ticket open with nLayer regarding their network issues, no response back yet unfortunately. http://serverbear.com/benchmark/2013/09/19/pInmKTsr9UjcTNZ8

As far as Network speeds specific to Softlayer, we pick them up via TELX and I'm pretty confident Softlayer only runs a 100mbps line to TELX. Pre-TELX it was giving us much better results.

Host node itself:

[[email protected] vz]# dd if=/dev/zero of=test bs=64k count=16k conv=fdatasync; unlink test 16384+0 records in 16384+0 records out 1073741824 bytes (1.1 GB) copied, 5.67928 s, 189 MB/s
 

thuvienvps

New Member
I ran a bench but the results are pretty weird on DISK IO. We have a ticket open with nLayer regarding their network issues, no response back yet unfortunately. http://serverbear.com/benchmark/2013/09/19/pInmKTsr9UjcTNZ8


As far as Network speeds specific to Softlayer, we pick them up via TELX and I'm pretty confident Softlayer only runs a 100mbps line to TELX. Pre-TELX it was giving us much better results.


Host node itself:


[[email protected] vz]# dd if=/dev/zero of=test bs=64k count=16k conv=fdatasync; unlink test 16384+0 records in 16384+0 records out 1073741824 bytes (1.1 GB) copied, 5.67928 s, 189 MB/s
Please run this bench http://freevps.us/downloads/bench.sh on your 512OVZ

Thanks for fast reply!
 
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SkylarM

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Verified Provider
Again just as a reminder nLayer is being wonky for results, which is producing significantly reduced speeds where we normally get much better.

[[email protected] /]# wget freevps.us/downloads/bench.sh -O - -o /dev/null|bash

CPU model : Intel® Xeon® CPU L5520 @ 2.27GHz

Number of cores : 3

CPU frequency : 2268.000 MHz

Total amount of ram : 512 MB

Total amount of swap : 512 MB

System uptime : 1 day, 9:01,

Download speed from CacheFly: 50.2MB/s

Download speed from Coloat, Atlanta GA: 49.0MB/s

Download speed from Softlayer, Dallas, TX: 5.79MB/s

Download speed from Linode, Tokyo, JP: 2.04MB/s

Download speed from i3d.net, NL: 1.29MB/s

Download speed from Leaseweb, Haarlem, NL: 2.42MB/s

Download speed from Softlayer, Singapore: 1.24MB/s

Download speed from Softlayer, Seattle, WA: 1.79MB/s

Download speed from Softlayer, San Jose, CA: 3.27MB/s

Download speed from Softlayer, Washington, DC: 7.95MB/s

I/O speed : 147 MB/s

Our network: http://bgp.he.net/AS19531. We pick up HE, RETN, FloridaNet, City of Thomasville Utilities, BroadRiver Communication Corp, Internet Systems Consortium, and Softlayer via TELX or JXIX - as well as a bunch of others not listed there -- total capacity to TELX is 10Gbps if memory serves right.
 
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DalComp

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Yeah disk latency is pretty high, not so good for my databases. Still usable for something else, though. If disk issues could be solved I wouldn't mind getting few more boxes.

Anyhow, couldn't complain for their support. First time I received a same minute response.

DVv3d89.png
 

SkylarM

Well-Known Member
Verified Provider
Yeah disk latency is pretty high, not so good for my databases. Still usable for something else, though. If disk issues could be solved I wouldn't mind getting few more boxes.

Anyhow, couldn't complain for their support. First time I received a same minute response.

DVv3d89.png
Is it a performance issue real-world use or did you run a benchmark? VPSMON is setup to limit benchmarks ran to prevent excessive load that isn't real-world applications.
 

DalComp

New Member
Using ioping script. As shown by your posted serverbear link, low iops and varied latency.

That is being limited? Have not really tested with real-world apps yet.
 
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SkylarM

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Verified Provider
Using ioping script. As shown by your posted serverbear link, low iops and varied latency.

That is being limited? Have not really tested with real-world apps yet.
It's possible. I'm going to see what I can figure out relating to the serverbear benchmark, not sure why it's so bad.
 
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