SharedClub Performance hosting - 256MB Ram - 500GB B/W - 8GB SSD - Cpanel - First month FREE

Ruchirablog

New Member
Hello,

First of all let me introduce about us, SharedClub is not your average shared hosting company. SharedClub is created to address an issue that we faced ourselves after all these years that we have been hosting web sites and managing servers on customers. 

 

Like I said Sharedclub is not a average shared hosting host. Its all about performance. We have a promise, Every customer gets 256MB of ram. To put it simple, we put 4 or less clients per 1GB of Server RAM. With other providers its at least 4X more than us. Dont get us wrong, we are running a simple setup. There are no "Cloud Linux" like limits on what you can do. 

 

Servers are on Seattle United States and connected to the internet at 1Gbps. 

 

We like to keep everything simple, there is only 1 plan at the moment. You are more than welcome to host your blogs here, and if you need assistance on further speeding up your blog just open a ticket and ask us, we are happy to help for free. 

 

Here is the plan

 

Disk - 8GB SSD RAID10 (>1GB/s speeds)

RAM - 256MB Dedicated

Processor - Intel E3-1240V2 3.4Ghz 

Bandwidth - 500GB ( If you need more, just ask us politely and there wont be any additional cost )

Cpanel 

Apache 2.2.14

PHP 5.3

 

Regular price - $8.99 per month

 

First month free! No rules just signup and you dont have to pay for verification or anything! After the first month just cancel the service if you dont like or stay with us at 40% off recurring than our regular price! 

 



Coupon Code - VPSBOARD

Free migrations from other hosting providors

Free wordpress performance tuning

 

Order here at - https://clients.sharedclub.com/cart.php?a=add&pid=1

 

Please keep in mind that we are manually processing the orders of this offer to prevent fraud.

 

For any questions regarding the plan please email us at [email protected] or file a support ticket on our secure clients portalhttps://clients.sharedclub.com/contact.php
 

Chronic

New Member
Regular price - $8.99 per month
 

First month free! No rules just signup and you dont have to pay for verification or anything! After the first month just cancel the service if you dont like or stay with us at 40% off recurring than our regular price!
The recurring price ends up being $8.99. Do we have to open up a ticket for the 40% off discount?
 

BK_

New Member
I don't like your misleading title. :/

SharedClub Performance hosting - 256MB Ram - 500GB B/W - 8GB SSD - Cpanel - FREE
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SharedClub Performance hosting - 256MB Ram - 500GB B/W - 8GB SSD - Cpanel - First Month FREE
 
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Ruchirablog

New Member
The recurring price ends up being $8.99. Do we have to open up a ticket for the 40% off discount?
If you decide to stay with us after the trial term, I will apply the discount for you at the end of the first month :)
 
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Marc M.

Phoenix VPS
Verified Provider
Is that 256MB RAM limit for PHP or for the user's account? I assume that you're running CloudLinux?
 

Ruchirablog

New Member
Is that 256MB RAM limit for PHP or for the user's account? I assume that you're running CloudLinux?
Nah. We keep it really simple. No CloudLinux I dont really like sites getting slow when you are getting reddited or something so no. Actually its just that we place 4 clients per 1GB of server ram. We don't actually have anyway of proving this to the masses for now except showing up the WHM logs so yes one can say we are just lying about this but no :) We hope to write some code to illustrate this to the customer as time goes on. 
 

Marc M.

Phoenix VPS
Verified Provider
Nah. We keep it really simple. No CloudLinux I dont really like sites getting slow when you are getting reddited or something so no. Actually its just that we place 4 clients per 1GB of server ram. We don't actually have anyway of proving this to the masses for now except showing up the WHM logs so yes one can say we are just lying about this but no :) We hope to write some code to illustrate this to the customer as time goes on.
@Ruchirablog We've tried running shared hosting like that. The problem was that some clients really like their WP or Drupal plugins allot, especially those poorly written PHP backup plugins and when they run they will cause high CPU usage. All good so far. So we disabled the PHP functions that those plugins were using. Well, then customers got upset. Then customers wanted to be able run more than 1 PHP version on cPanel and control their PHP settings in more detail. I have not liked CloudLinux for a very long time, but I must say that since 2011 it came a very long way. So we deployed CloudLinux on our shared hosting nodes, gave customers a good amount of resources and now they are happier than ever. They can run anything from PHP 5.2 all the way up to 5.5, they have no PHP functions disabled, I/O is better controlled per account and so on. If you haven't tried CloudLinux in a while, give it another shot, you might like it.
 

Ruchirablog

New Member
@Ruchirablog We've tried running shared hosting like that. The problem was that some clients really like their WP or Drupal plugins allot, especially those poorly written PHP backup plugins and when they run they will cause high CPU usage. All good so far. So we disabled the PHP functions that those plugins were using. Well, then customers got upset. Then customers wanted to be able run more than 1 PHP version on cPanel and control their PHP settings in more detail. I have not liked CloudLinux for a very long time, but I must say that since 2011 it came a very long way. So we deployed CloudLinux on our shared hosting nodes, gave customers a good amount of resources and now they are happier than ever. They can run anything from PHP 5.2 all the way up to 5.5, they have no PHP functions disabled, I/O is better controlled per account and so on. If you haven't tried CloudLinux in a while, give it another shot, you might like it.
Yeah that's true. Running different PHP versions can be a advantage but average users really doesn't know about it. And yeah to be honest I haven't tried CloudLinux in a while, and I know that it helps to isolate the problems from spreading through the whole server but when it comes to performance it might not help. Since our model is about performance hosting and the price tag its a serious thing to consider :)

But thanks for the advice. I will look in to CloudLinux again and see what we can adopt to improve the service :)
 

vanarp

Active Member
Actually its just that we place 4 clients per 1GB of server ram
 

I am little confused. So assuming your server has 8GB RAM and 32 clients (as you suggested), any client can consume up to 8GB RAM (or as much available) for having no limits set?
 

Ruchirablog

New Member
I am little confused. So assuming your server has 8GB RAM and 32 clients (as you suggested), any client can consume up to 8GB RAM (or as much available) for having no limits set?
We are placing 32 clients per 8GB RAM yes you are right. And there aren't any hard limits of what you can consume it just means that we pack 4 clients per every 1GB of server RAM.  But practically if you need 8GB RAM worth of resources you probably need a dedicated server :)
 
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