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  • ehabehab Content Writer

    nice to see this offer.

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  • got one (2c/4g), cheers

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  • Huh, that's weird. My VM IP changed and the data reverted to original state.

  • BochiBochi OG
    edited February 27

    @kuroneko23 said:
    Huh, that's weird. My VM IP changed and the data reverted to original state.

    Yeah, same for me...only once though and thought and I just misclicked somewhere in the Virtualizor.
    Well, technically it didn't change, but the interfaces file was overwritten with the default one, even though I installed from ISO. And as my interface is named differently, it broke the outside connectivity.

  • Is this in serverius? How do you handle torrenting n stuff?

  • @foxone said:
    Is this in serverius? How do you handle torrenting n stuff?

    My VM says it is in Dronten and this page says the DC in Dronten is called "Serverius DC1". So I guess: Yes, it is.

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  • @Groentjuh said:

    @foxone said:
    Is this in serverius? How do you handle torrenting n stuff?

    My VM says it is in Dronten and this page says the DC in Dronten is called "Serverius DC1". So I guess: Yes, it is.

    What's the problem with serverius? The fair use bandwidth? It's interesting that these offers have quite a lot of traffic.

  • @bibi said:

    @Groentjuh said:

    @foxone said:
    Is this in serverius? How do you handle torrenting n stuff?

    My VM says it is in Dronten and this page says the DC in Dronten is called "Serverius DC1". So I guess: Yes, it is.

    What's the problem with serverius? The fair use bandwidth? It's interesting that these offers have quite a lot of traffic.

    Serverius doesn't care much about torrents :P

  • @Bochi said:

    @kuroneko23 said:
    Huh, that's weird. My VM IP changed and the data reverted to original state.

    Yeah, same for me...only once though and thought and I just misclicked somewhere in the Virtualizor.
    Well, technically it didn't change, but the interfaces file was overwritten with the default one, even though I installed from ISO. And as my interface is named differently, it broke the outside connectivity.

    Interesting. I saw no such issue ... B)

  • @foxone said:

    @bibi said:

    @Groentjuh said:

    @foxone said:
    Is this in serverius? How do you handle torrenting n stuff?

    My VM says it is in Dronten and this page says the DC in Dronten is called "Serverius DC1". So I guess: Yes, it is.

    What's the problem with serverius? The fair use bandwidth? It's interesting that these offers have quite a lot of traffic.

    Serverius doesn't care much about torrents :P

    However, DC != network. Naranjatech has their own network and permits torrents only for ‘legal’ use.

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  • BochiBochi OG
    edited February 27

    @flips said:
    Interesting. I saw no such issue ... B)

    No idea what that was, as I said: was most probably me, who had no idea how to use Virtualizor.
    Otherwise the server is running quite well!

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  • Bochi said:

    Yeah, same for me...only once though and thought and I just misclicked somewhere in the Virtualizor.
    Well, technically it didn't change, but the interfaces file was overwritten with the default one, even though I installed from ISO. And as my interface is named differently, it broke the outside connectivity.

    I just reinstalled the OS from 18.04 to 20.04, got the VPS rebuilt email with IP x.x.x.139. Went to setting things up and leave it for an hour. Then when I want to login, it got rejected (Permission denied) so I look at the VPS info in the client zone and see the OS reverted back to 18.04 and the IP changed (x.x.x.14). Other than that, the performance and connectivity is great :)

  • cybertechcybertech OGBenchmark King
    edited February 28

    ISO mount / upload available? Centos 8 or Netboot.

    I bench YABS 24/7/365 unless it's a leap year.

  • vyasvyas OGContent Writer

    @cybertech said:
    ISO mount / upload available? Centos 8 or Netboot.

    Trying to answer the “Any bench” question ?

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  • cybertechcybertech OGBenchmark King

    @vyas said:

    @cybertech said:
    ISO mount / upload available? Centos 8 or Netboot.

    Trying to answer the “Any bench” question ?

    there's one or 2 on the YABS thread, have been pulling my hair out trying not not to click on this compelling deal

    I bench YABS 24/7/365 unless it's a leap year.

  • @cybertech said:
    ISO mount / upload available? Centos 8 or Netboot.

    They have ISO upload on the virtualizor panel. Also have CentOS 8.

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  • My YABS Bench 1 core 2gb Ram
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    # https://github.com/masonr/yet-another-bench-script #
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    Sun 28 Feb 2021 08:35:28 PM +07
    
    Basic System Information:
    ---------------------------------
    Processor  : AMD EPYC 7452 32-Core Processor
    CPU cores  : 1 @ 2349.992 MHz
    AES-NI     : ✔ Enabled
    VM-x/AMD-V : ❌ Disabled
    RAM        : 1.9 GiB
    Swap       : 255.0 MiB
    Disk       : 29.2 GiB
    
    fio Disk Speed Tests (Mixed R/W 50/50):                                           ---------------------------------
    Block Size | 4k            (IOPS) | 64k           (IOPS)
      ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ---- 
    Read       | 225.76 MB/s  (56.4k) | 1.78 GB/s    (27.8k)
    Write      | 226.35 MB/s  (56.5k) | 1.79 GB/s    (28.0k)
    Total      | 452.11 MB/s (113.0k) | 3.57 GB/s    (55.8k)
               |                      |                     
    Block Size | 512k          (IOPS) | 1m            (IOPS)
      ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ---- 
    Read       | 3.89 GB/s     (7.6k) | 4.79 GB/s     (4.6k)
    Write      | 4.10 GB/s     (8.0k) | 5.11 GB/s     (4.9k)
    Total      | 8.00 GB/s    (15.6k) | 9.91 GB/s     (9.6k)
    
    iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv4):
    ---------------------------------
    Provider        | Location (Link)           | Send Speed      | Recv Speed     
                    |                           |                 |                
    Clouvider       | London, UK (10G)          | 888 Mbits/sec   | 913 Mbits/sec     Online.net      | Paris, FR (10G)           | 819 Mbits/sec   | 792 Mbits/sec     WorldStream     | The Netherlands (10G)     | busy            | busy              Biznet          | Jakarta, Indonesia (1G)   | busy            | busy              Clouvider       | NYC, NY, US (10G)         | 743 Mbits/sec   | 232 Mbits/sec     Velocity Online | Tallahassee, FL, US (10G) | 759 Mbits/sec   | 466 Mbits/sec     Clouvider       | Los Angeles, CA, US (10G) | 532 Mbits/sec   | 213 Mbits/sec     Iveloz Telecom  | Sao Paulo, BR (2G)        | busy            | busy              
    Geekbench 5 Benchmark Test:                                                       ---------------------------------
    Test            | Value                         
                    |                               
    Single Core     | 1002                          
    Multi Core      | 1012                          
    Full Test       | https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/cpu/6731206
    
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  • @vyas said:

    @cybertech said:
    ISO mount / upload available? Centos 8 or Netboot.

    Trying to answer the “Any bench” question ?

    I did a YABS here!

  • @Bochi said:
    the interfaces file was overwritten with the default one, even though I installed from ISO. And as my interface is named differently, it broke the outside connectivity.

    Virtualizor at some providers will overwrite /etc/network/interface and /etc/resolv.conf and other similar files. It only happens if you boot/reboot the VM in Virtualizor, and doesn't happen if you use sudo reboot commands.

    SolusVM has a similar anti-feature, and it even overwrites the files when you execute sudo reboot.

    sudo chattr -i /etc/network/interfaces usually stops the problem, but you have to undo this when you try to edit it yourself.

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  • gleertgleert Hosting Provider

    @cybertech said:

    @vyas said:

    @cybertech said:
    ISO mount / upload available? Centos 8 or Netboot.

    Trying to answer the “Any bench” question ?

    there's one or 2 on the YABS thread, have been pulling my hair out trying not not to click on this compelling deal

    I wouldn't wait to long as it will end soon...

    Our VPSes (ask for a recurring coupon code) Mailchannels low volume plans

  • ehabehab Content Writer

    @cybertech if you didn't get one from gleert, then do he has been very patient with me.
    hey @gleert talk soon ;)

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  • edited March 1

    @yoursunny said:

    @Bochi said:
    the interfaces file was overwritten with the default one, even though I installed from ISO. And as my interface is named differently, it broke the outside connectivity.

    Virtualizor at some providers will overwrite /etc/network/interface and /etc/resolv.conf and other similar files. It only happens if you boot/reboot the VM in Virtualizor, and doesn't happen if you use sudo reboot commands.

    I find this "feature" of Virtualizor very annoying.

    SolusVM has a similar anti-feature, and it even overwrites the files when you execute sudo reboot.

    To be honest, I don't think that I've experienced this overwriting with SolusVM, but perhaps this is an accident of the SolusVM providers that I've used?

    sudo chattr -i /etc/network/interfaces usually stops the problem, but you have to undo this when you try to edit it yourself.

    To be frank, I don't like such workarounds -- it's better to try to fix the problem.

    "A single swap file or partition may be up to 128 MB in size. [...] [I]f you need 256 MB of swap, you can create two 128-MB swap partitions." (M. Welsh & L. Kaufman, Running Linux, 2e, 1996, p. 49)

  • flipsflips OG
    edited March 1

    Does virtualizor overwrite the files on plain reboot? (Not just "reset network" option or something? Which would make sense.)
    I haven't experienced this behaviour. Does it do that even if it doesn't have root credentials?

  • seriesnseriesn Hosting ProviderOG
    edited March 2

    @yoursunny said:

    @Bochi said:
    the interfaces file was overwritten with the default one, even though I installed from ISO. And as my interface is named differently, it broke the outside connectivity.

    Virtualizor at some providers will overwrite /etc/network/interface and /etc/resolv.conf and other similar files. It only happens if you boot/reboot the VM in Virtualizor, and doesn't happen if you use sudo reboot commands.

    It is optional and upto the provider to enable ;). We for one don’t. Cause ya know, super annoying.

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  • @seriesn said:

    @yoursunny said:

    @Bochi said:
    the interfaces file was overwritten with the default one, even though I installed from ISO. And as my interface is named differently, it broke the outside connectivity.

    Virtualizor at some providers will overwrite /etc/network/interface and /etc/resolv.conf and other similar files. It only happens if you boot/reboot the VM in Virtualizor, and doesn't happen if you use sudo reboot commands.

    It is optional and upto the provider to enable ;). We for one don’t. Cause ya know, super annoying.

    Confirmed nexus bytes doesn't touch your interfaces file.

    For everyone else: chattr +i /path/to/file

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  • @seriesn said:

    @yoursunny said:

    @Bochi said:
    the interfaces file was overwritten with the default one, even though I installed from ISO. And as my interface is named differently, it broke the outside connectivity.

    Virtualizor at some providers will overwrite /etc/network/interface and /etc/resolv.conf and other similar files. It only happens if you boot/reboot the VM in Virtualizor, and doesn't happen if you use sudo reboot commands.

    It is optional and upto the provider to enable ;). We for one don’t. Cause ya know, super annoying.

    Yes, I understand that it's an optional setting, but unfortunately, some (many?) providers who use Virtualizor enable it. :/

    "A single swap file or partition may be up to 128 MB in size. [...] [I]f you need 256 MB of swap, you can create two 128-MB swap partitions." (M. Welsh & L. Kaufman, Running Linux, 2e, 1996, p. 49)

  • Lucky for me:
    Virtualizor does not do "netplan", so Virtualizor can have fun writing to /etc/network/interface. It will not do anything.

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  • @Groentjuh said:
    Lucky for me:
    Virtualizor does not do "netplan", so Virtualizor can have fun writing to /etc/network/interface. It will not do anything.

    Yet another reason to use Ubuntu ;)

    "A single swap file or partition may be up to 128 MB in size. [...] [I]f you need 256 MB of swap, you can create two 128-MB swap partitions." (M. Welsh & L. Kaufman, Running Linux, 2e, 1996, p. 49)

  • cybertechcybertech OGBenchmark King
    edited March 8

    @ehab said:
    @cybertech if you didn't get one from gleert, then do he has been very patient with me.
    hey @gleert talk soon ;)

    thought i could escape this deal. god knows what happened. just got in. gonna play with it when time allows

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    I bench YABS 24/7/365 unless it's a leap year.

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