MaxKVM has returned to Singapore!

MaxKVMMaxKVM Hosting Provider
edited September 24 in Offers

Hello LES!

We are happy to announce that Singapore, SG is now back in stock!

To celebrate, we have re-enabled our Saturday Limited $7/mo Plan in all locations: Los Angeles, Dallas, New York, Amsterdam, and Singapore.

This offer is limited to 5 uses.


SKVM-4G-4CPU

4x CPU 
4GB ECC RAM
75GB NVMe SSD RAID 10
3TB Transfer @ 1Gbps
1x IPv4 & IPv6 /64

$7/mo or $70/yr Add to Cart


EDU50, SAVE30, HOSTLOC50, and ADD35 are still valid! Please check on our other promotions!
https://www.maxkvm.com/promotions/

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SKVM-4G-4CPU in Singapore:

# ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## #
#              Yet-Another-Bench-Script              #
#                     v2020-09-21                    #
# https://github.com/masonr/yet-another-bench-script #
# ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## #

Tue Sep 22 20:27:04 UTC 2020

Basic System Information:
---------------------------------
Processor  : AMD EPYC 7302P 16-Core Processor
CPU cores  : 4 @ 3000.000 MHz
AES-NI     : ✔ Enabled
VM-x/AMD-V : ✔ Enabled
RAM        : 3.7G
Swap       : 1.0G
Disk       : 73G

fio Disk Speed Tests (Mixed R/W 50/50):
---------------------------------
Block Size | 4k            (IOPS) | 64k           (IOPS)
  ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
Read       | 234.29 MB/s  (58.5k) | 2.07 GB/s    (32.4k)
Write      | 234.91 MB/s  (58.7k) | 2.08 GB/s    (32.6k)
Total      | 469.21 MB/s (117.3k) | 4.16 GB/s    (65.0k)
           |                      |
Block Size | 512k          (IOPS) | 1m            (IOPS)
  ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
Read       | 2.77 GB/s     (5.4k) | 2.78 GB/s     (2.7k)
Write      | 2.92 GB/s     (5.7k) | 2.96 GB/s     (2.8k)
Total      | 5.69 GB/s    (11.1k) | 5.74 GB/s     (5.6k)

iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv4):
---------------------------------
Provider        | Location (Link)           | Send Speed      | Recv Speed
                |                           |                 |
Clouvider       | London, UK (10G)          | 801 Mbits/sec   | 306 Mbits/sec
Online.net      | Paris, FR (10G)           | 842 Mbits/sec   | 389 Mbits/sec
WorldStream     | The Netherlands (10G)     | 619 Mbits/sec   | 401 Mbits/sec
Wifx            | Zurich, CH (10G)          | 76.2 Mbits/sec  | 402 Mbits/sec
Biznet          | Jakarta, Indonesia (1G)   | 942 Mbits/sec   | 920 Mbits/sec
Clouvider       | NYC, NY, US (10G)         | 691 Mbits/sec   | 130 Mbits/sec
Velocity Online | Tallahassee, FL, US (10G) | 396 Mbits/sec   | 89.8 Mbits/sec
Clouvider       | Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) | 816 Mbits/sec   | 262 Mbits/sec
Iveloz Telecom  | Sao Paulo, BR (2G)        | busy            | 332 Mbits/sec

iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv6):
---------------------------------
Provider        | Location (Link)           | Send Speed      | Recv Speed
                |                           |                 |
Clouvider       | London, UK (10G)          | 825 Mbits/sec   | 434 Mbits/sec
Online.net      | Paris, FR (10G)           | 825 Mbits/sec   | 425 Mbits/sec
WorldStream     | The Netherlands (10G)     | 795 Mbits/sec   | 342 Mbits/sec
Wifx            | Zurich, CH (10G)          | 74.6 Mbits/sec  | 446 Mbits/sec
Clouvider       | NYC, NY, US (10G)         | 617 Mbits/sec   | 274 Mbits/sec
Clouvider       | Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) | 799 Mbits/sec   | 447 Mbits/sec

Geekbench 5 Benchmark Test:
---------------------------------
Test            | Value
                |
Single Core     | 1011
Multi Core      | 3732
Full Test       | https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/cpu/3869235

Los Angeles Network Looking Glass: http://lg.lax.maxkvm.net/

Dallas Network Looking Glass: http://lg.dfw.maxkvm.net/

New York Network Looking Glass: http://lg.nyc.maxkvm.net/

Amsterdam Network Looking Glass: http://lg.ams.maxkvm.net/

Singapore Network Looking Glass: http://lg.sin.maxkvm.net/


Our current users will tell you that we are incredibly responsive to support and monitor our systems very closely. Many of you have heard from us and/or had your system interrupted due to potential resource abuse. Please understand the resources in these plans are fair share and although you can always burst to use 100% of your allocated resources, using 100% of your CPU, Disk I/O, and/or Network 100% of the time means you need a dedicated server. These rules and procedures are in place to ensure uptime for all services - including yours.


Payment Options:
In addition to the new locations, we have also added a few new payment options for local and international customers, namely: Stripe, Alipay, India Netbanking, QIWI, SOFORT, Webmoney, Yandex.Money, Banamex, Bancomer, Bancontact, Boleto, DOKU, eNets, EPS, Globe GCash, iDeal, MyBank, Multibanco, Onecard, OXXO, PayU, and Przelewy24 (P24). PayPal and Bitcoin are still proudly accepted!


About Us:
We are a small group of devs and sysadmins in San Diego, California with more than a decade of experience managing VOIP and other IT infrastructure for local small businesses in Southern California. We have upgraded our own backend infrastructure, incorporated, and now offer "low end" virtual servers to the same community we have been buying from since 2010.

Send a PM anytime if you have questions or are looking for something custom.

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  • @MaxKVM said:
    Singapore Network Looking Glass: http://lg.ams.maxkvm.net/

    Copy-paste error here.

    Many of you have heard from us and/or had your system interrupted due to potential resource abuse. Please understand the resources in these plans are fair share and although you can always burst to use 100% of your allocated resources, using 100% of your CPU, Disk I/O, and/or Network 100% of the time means you need a dedicated server.

    What percentage of sustained usage is permitted?
    Can you permanently limit a box to the acceptable percentage from the hypervisor? I'd rather get a slower box than having to install complicated control scripts or getting warnings.

    https://yoursunny.com/ stallion coder; push-up specialist
    Using boxes from SmartHost, Gullo, Evolution Host, MaxKVM, Virmach, summer-host.

  • MaxKVMMaxKVM Hosting Provider

    @yoursunny said:

    @MaxKVM said:
    Singapore Network Looking Glass: http://lg.ams.maxkvm.net/

    Copy-paste error here.

    Many of you have heard from us and/or had your system interrupted due to potential resource abuse. Please understand the resources in these plans are fair share and although you can always burst to use 100% of your allocated resources, using 100% of your CPU, Disk I/O, and/or Network 100% of the time means you need a dedicated server.

    What percentage of sustained usage is permitted?
    Can you permanently limit a box to the acceptable percentage from the hypervisor? I'd rather get a slower box than having to install complicated control scripts or getting warnings.

    Thanks for your feedback, sunny. There is no exact percentage we can provide as a limit for sustained usage. Just don't be an idiot.

  • miumiu
    edited September 22

    Good title, GREAT OFFER!

    Thank u

    (i am one of 5 happy)

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  • Just waking up :'( and too late again!

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  • vyasvyas OGContent Writer
    edited September 23

    Good promo !
    Maybe. I will bump up my Existing plan instead.

    Thanked by (1)MaxKVM
  • Would have jumped on this, had I not already bought the previous 4core special at NL a couple of days ago :tongue:
    Regardless, a good offer.. and as Borat would say - strong on plow!

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  • Thanked by (2)bdl MaxKVM

    Mostly lurking for now.

  • @yoursunny said:
    What percentage of sustained usage is permitted?
    Can you permanently limit a box to the acceptable percentage from the hypervisor? I'd rather get a slower box than having to install complicated control scripts or getting warnings.

    I prefer flexibility. If I foresee that I may run afoul of fair-use policy, I will normally ask providers in advance about my use case and expected load so that we can both come to some agreement on whether what I plan to do is acceptable or not. I haven't seen a provider that I have asked in advance been unwilling to accommodate. If you prove to be a socially responsible person, I think most providers will be happy to make exceptions for reasonable requests.

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  • Wow.. that is great tempting offer..

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    @vyas said:
    Good promo !
    Maybe. I will bump up my Existing plan instead.

    This offer got to 5 uses fairly quickly this time. You might see it again soon. ;)

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  • Time to put my 3month old 50% discounted 512MB KVM to some latency-sensitive use.

    Burn in period is over.

  • edited September 23

    Could you ask upstream to figure out why Leaseweb SGP is still 34-60 ms away.
    I love to use mirror.sg.leaseweb.net for package repos

    mtr -rw  mirror.sin11.sg.leaseweb.net
    Start: 2020-09-23T09:01:07+0000
    HOST: cream                               Loss%   Snt   Last   Avg  Best  Wrst StDev
      1.|-- 107.155.ab.cd                        0.0%    10    4.3  21.2   4.3 102.1  28.6
      2.|-- 117.121.uvw.xyz                      0.0%    10   18.7   6.1   0.2  20.0   9.1
      3.|-- ae10.cr2-sin1.ip4.gtt.net            0.0%    10    1.8   1.4   0.3   8.1   2.4
      4.|-- 141.136.110.158                      0.0%    10    1.5   6.6   0.9  28.2   9.9
      5.|-- 16265.sgw.equinix.com                0.0%    10   34.8  34.7  34.7  34.8   0.0
      6.|-- ae-101.br01.sin-10.sg.leaseweb.net   0.0%    10   34.8  34.8  34.8  35.0   0.1
      7.|-- ae-1001.br01.sin-01.sg.leaseweb.net  0.0%    10   35.4  35.4  35.3  36.3   0.3
      8.|-- po-1.ce01.sin-01.sg.leaseweb.net     0.0%    10   35.2  35.1  35.1  35.2   0.0
      9.|-- mirror.sin1.sg.leaseweb.net          0.0%    10   34.6  34.6  34.6  34.6   0.0
    
  • @vimalware said:
    Could you ask upstream to figure out why Leaseweb SGP is still 34-60 ms away.
    I love to use mirror.sg.leaseweb.net for package repos

    As far as I can see, the problem is on the other side. There’s only so much MaxKVM/HVLC can do about this.

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  • Here is a forward path from a Leaseweb vps.
    Is there something that OP can do to influence this one?

    [email protected]:~# mtr -rw my_MAXKVM_ipv4
    Start: 2020-09-23T09:38:26+0000
    HOST: leasewebVPS                               Loss%   Snt   Last   Avg  Best  Wrst StDev
      1.|-- 209.58.xx.yyy                      0.0%    10    0.3   0.3   0.2   0.5   0.1
      2.|-- xxxx.ce01.sin-11.sg.leaseweb.net    0.0%    10    0.4   0.4   0.3   0.6   0.1
      3.|-- ae-1.br01.sin-10.sg.leaseweb.net    0.0%    10    1.1   1.2   1.0   2.0   0.3
      4.|-- po-101.bb01.sin-10.leaseweb.net     0.0%    10    0.9   1.1   0.9   1.6   0.2
      5.|-- xe-0-2-0.bb11.hkg-12.leaseweb.net   0.0%    10   32.2  32.4  32.2  33.2   0.3
      6.|-- telstra4-lacp-100g.hkix.net         0.0%    10   33.2  33.3  33.1  34.0   0.3
      7.|-- 202.84.157.38                       0.0%    10   33.9  34.4  33.7  35.4   0.5
      8.|-- i-0-5-0-5.hkth12.telstraglobal.net  0.0%    10   33.4  33.7  33.4  33.9   0.2
      9.|-- unknown.telstraglobal.net           0.0%    10   35.7  35.6  35.6  35.7   0.0
     10.|-- tge10-4.fr4.sin.llnw.net            0.0%    10   35.7  36.0  35.5  38.9   1.0
     11.|-- 107-155-xx-xxx.static.hvvc.us       0.0%    10   50.8  61.0  48.5  69.5   7.1
     12.|-- my_MAXKVM_ipv4                      0.0%    10   36.1  35.8  35.7  36.1   0.1
    
  • MaxKVMMaxKVM Hosting Provider

    @vimalware said: 6.|-- telstra4-lacp-100g.hkix.net

    It looks like we're going to HK on the way to Singapore from Singapore. Completely normal. :p

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  • @vimalware said:
    Here is a forward path from a Leaseweb vps.
    Is there something that OP can do to influence this one?

    So, Leaseweb prefers routing over Telstra in Hong Kong over routing through GTT directly in Singapore. Probably because it's a cheaper route for them. This is also what makes the RTT higher. As you can see the routing from HVLC stays in Singapore.

    What @MaxKVM can ask HVLC or LLNW to do is trying to make this route a bit worse for AS16265. So prepending the Telstra Global AS for a few times. This would make it a worse route for Leaseweb and they will default to another route.

    However: This doesn't work if Leaseweb happens to have set a higher priority for routing through Telstra. And it won't guarantee a direct route to Singapore either. Might even be that routing goes through the US if you make this route worse for instance.

    As you're a customer of Leasweb, might be better of with asking them directly.

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  • vyasvyas OGContent Writer
    edited September 23
  • @MaxKVM said:

    @vyas said:
    Good promo !
    Maybe. I will bump up my Existing plan instead.

    This offer got to 5 uses fairly quickly this time. You might see it again soon. ;)

    Yes, I need a bump one mine too..

    A simple uptime dashboard https://upy.baubus.uk
    Currently using VPS from BuyVM, HostHatch, HostSailor, HostSolutions, InceptionHosting, LiteServer, MaxKVM, MrVM, ServaRICA, VirMach.

  • vyasvyas OGContent Writer

    Me! Me!!

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  • Was waiting for a restock, it's my lucky day :)

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  • Me no money, but me feel this is good and fragrant, what can me do

    "Everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about. Be kind. Always."

  • what is this sorcery

    [[email protected] ~]# curl -sL yabs.sh | bash -s -- -i4
    # ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## #
    #              Yet-Another-Bench-Script              #
    #                     v2020-09-21                    #
    # https://github.com/masonr/yet-another-bench-script #
    # ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## #
    
    Thu Sep 24 16:17:28 UTC 2020
    
    Basic System Information:
    ---------------------------------
    Processor  : AMD EPYC 7302P 16-Core Processor
    CPU cores  : 4 @ 3000.000 MHz
    AES-NI     : ✔ Enabled
    VM-x/AMD-V : ✔ Enabled
    RAM        : 3.8Gi
    Swap       : 1.0Gi
    Disk       : 73G
    
    fio Disk Speed Tests (Mixed R/W 50/50):
    ---------------------------------
    Block Size | 4k            (IOPS) | 64k           (IOPS)
      ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
    Read       | 235.21 MB/s  (58.8k) | 1.92 GB/s    (30.1k)
    Write      | 235.83 MB/s  (58.9k) | 1.93 GB/s    (30.3k)
    Total      | 471.05 MB/s (117.7k) | 3.86 GB/s    (60.4k)
               |                      |
    Block Size | 512k          (IOPS) | 1m            (IOPS)
      ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
    Read       | 2.85 GB/s     (5.5k) | 2.86 GB/s     (2.7k)
    Write      | 3.00 GB/s     (5.8k) | 3.05 GB/s     (2.9k)
    Total      | 5.86 GB/s    (11.4k) | 5.91 GB/s     (5.7k)
    
    Geekbench 4 Benchmark Test:
    ---------------------------------
    Test            | Value
                    |
    Single Core     | 4664
    Multi Core      | 15586
    Full Test       | https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/15776907
    
    [[email protected] ~]#
    
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  • @cybertech said:
    what is this sorcery

    Damn, I got ripped off on mine vs. yours :(

    CPU cores  : 4 @ 2999.998 MHz
    
  • @bdl said:

    @cybertech said:
    what is this sorcery

    Damn, I got ripped off on mine vs. yours :(

    > CPU cores  : 4 @ 2999.998 MHz
    > 

    0.008 MHz is too much!

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  • Postmark is a benchmark designed to simulate the behavior of mail servers. It differs from dd in that it deals with many small files instead of a large file. Postmark is available in standard Ubuntu repositories. I trust the classics more than random potentially-malicious bash scripts.
    MaxKVM Singapore is current fragrant in terms of I/O according to this benchmark.

    MaxKVM Singapore 512MB:

    PostMark v1.51 : 8/14/01
    pm>set number 50000
    pm>set transactions 50000
    pm>run
    Creating files...Done
    Performing transactions..........Done
    Deleting files...Done
    Time:
        5 seconds total
        4 seconds of transactions (12500 per second)
    
    Files:
        75138 created (15027 per second)
            Creation alone: 50000 files (50000 per second)
            Mixed with transactions: 25138 files (6284 per second)
        24905 read (6226 per second)
        25084 appended (6271 per second)
        75138 deleted (15027 per second)
            Deletion alone: 50276 files (50276 per second)
            Mixed with transactions: 24862 files (6215 per second)
    
    Data:
        136.54 megabytes read (27.31 megabytes per second)
        428.74 megabytes written (85.75 megabytes per second)
    

    My other NVMe VPS, SmartHost Los Angeles 2GB:

    PostMark v1.51 : 8/14/01
    pm>set number 50000
    pm>set transactions 50000
    pm>run
    Creating files...Done
    Performing transactions..........Done
    Deleting files...Done
    Time:
        19 seconds total
        9 seconds of transactions (5555 per second)
    
    Files:
        75138 created (3954 per second)
            Creation alone: 50000 files (7142 per second)
            Mixed with transactions: 25138 files (2793 per second)
        24905 read (2767 per second)
        25084 appended (2787 per second)
        75138 deleted (3954 per second)
            Deletion alone: 50276 files (16758 per second)
            Mixed with transactions: 24862 files (2762 per second)
    
    Data:
        136.54 megabytes read (7.19 megabytes per second)
        428.74 megabytes written (22.57 megabytes per second)
    

    A dedicated machine with Intel Pro 760p NVMe drive:

    PostMark v1.51 : 8/14/01
    pm>set number 50000
    pm>set transactions 50000
    pm>run
    Creating files...Done
    Performing transactions..........Done
    Deleting files...Done
    Time:
        2 seconds total
        1 seconds of transactions (50000 per second)
    
    Files:
        75138 created (37569 per second)
            Creation alone: 50000 files (50000 per second)
            Mixed with transactions: 25138 files (25138 per second)
        24905 read (24905 per second)
        25084 appended (25084 per second)
        75138 deleted (37569 per second)
            Deletion alone: 50276 files (50276 per second)
            Mixed with transactions: 24862 files (24862 per second)
    
    Data:
        136.54 megabytes read (68.27 megabytes per second)
        428.74 megabytes written (214.37 megabytes per second)
    

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    Using boxes from SmartHost, Gullo, Evolution Host, MaxKVM, Virmach, summer-host.

  • edited September 25

    0.002 Fragrance lost to hot steamy neighbors

    Edit: @yoursunny That is a cool concept benchmark. 👍

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  • vyasvyas OGContent Writer

    @cybertech said:

    @bdl said:

    @cybertech said:
    what is this sorcery

    Damn, I got ripped off on mine vs. yours :(

    > > CPU cores  : 4 @ 2999.998 MHz
    > > 

    0.008 MHz is too much!

    Scam!!! Run for cover!!

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  • @vimalware said:
    0.002 Fragrance lost to hot steamy neighbors

    I know all my hot steamy neighbours are posters on this thread B)

  • edited September 25

    Dafuukk I missed the deal..

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