Xen virtual servers can be treated as if they were a dedicated server. It's complete isolation.Hmm I never used Xen before. Does Xen have virtio drivers supported? or is it like automatic installed?
What's the CPU model?
Doesn't mean they are. The cores will get equal share or what have you where as the OP needs dedicated cores for long running encodes.Xen virtual servers can be treated as if they were a dedicated server. It's complete isolation.
We use Xeon E3-1240v2 CPUs.
@willie We only have one of these in stock, sorry.
yes video encoding is CPU heavy but there are a few vps providers that allow video encoding. One example would be buyvm but they only have 2 coresIsn't Video Encoding really CPU heavy task? I really (personally) would not recommend anyone to encode video on a vps. Not at least on a vps that is <=50$/mo.