Hosthatch: Neat storage and NVMe KVM offers (4 GB RAM - 40$/2y, 16 GB RAM - 100$/2y)

edited March 29 in Must See Deals

Some fresh offers from @hosthatch posted on OGF. Quite tempting since they don't just double your bandwidth but also your RAM if you pay bi-annually.

I know that some people had bad experiences with them, especially after last year's BF orders. I'm using Hosthatch for three years now and neither had any outages besides some IPv6 shenanigans courtesy of M247, nor any issues with their support.

> 1 CPU core (12.5% dedicated, burstable up to 100%)
> 2 GB RAM
> 15 GB NVMe
> 2 TB bandwidth
> $2.5 per month, or $20 per year
> Pay for 2 years upfront for 2x RAM and 2x bandwidth
> 
> 2 CPU core (50% dedicated, burstable up to 200%)
> 8 GB RAM
> 40 GB NVMe
> 5 TB bandwidth
> $5.5 per month, $50 per year
> Pay for 2 years upfront for 2x RAM and 2x bandwidth
> 

Available in: Los Angeles, Stockholm, Madrid, Milan, New York, Warsaw

Multiple packages can be stacked.

> 1x 2.4+ GHz
> 512 MB RAM
> 250 GB usable storage
> 3 TB bandwidth
> $18 per year
> 

Available in: Amsterdam, Stockholm, Los Angeles, London and Chicago

These will be available for one week, unless they are extended. If they are sold out, the links will stop working.

They cannot be changed/modified with old VMs. We also offer BGP sessions in all of our locations for customers spending at least $180/year or $25 per month in total account spend.

IPv6 is available in all of our locations.

Need a free NAT LXC? -> https://microlxc.net/

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  • hosthatchhosthatch Hosting Provider

    Thanks for sharing them, much appreciated :)

  • hosthatch is prem

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  • @hosthatch said: Thanks for sharing them, much appreciated :)

    So how about posting here directly? Any bigger storage plans available in LA?

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  • cybertechcybertech OGBenchmark King

    goooooooooooooood stuff.

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

  • @Brueggus said:
    Some fresh offers from @hosthatch posted on OGF. Quite tempting since they don't just double your bandwidth but also your RAM if you pay bi-annually.

    I know that some people had bad experiences with them, especially after last year's BF orders. I'm using Hosthatch for three years now and neither had any outages besides some IPv6 shenanigans courtesy of M247, nor any issues with their support.

    Sounds nice to me. Thanks!
    BTW, What is OGF?

  • cybertechcybertech OGBenchmark King

    @willie said:

    @hosthatch said: Thanks for sharing them, much appreciated :)

    So how about posting here directly? Any bigger storage plans available in LA?

    yeah exactly, @hosthatch show some love over here please

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

  • @fallinsky said: BTW, What is OGF?

    Maybe Other Green Forum?

  • @willie said: Any bigger storage plans available in LA?

    You can stack them

  • hosthatchhosthatch Hosting Provider

    @cybertech said:

    @willie said:

    @hosthatch said: Thanks for sharing them, much appreciated :)

    So how about posting here directly? Any bigger storage plans available in LA?

    yeah exactly, @hosthatch show some love over here please

    Will likely post here on 11th April, which will mark our 10th year in business :)

  • mikhomikho AdministratorHosting ProviderOG

    @hosthatch
    I'm missing 3 of those locations for my NAT world dominance plan.
    Any objections to running a NAT node on any of these locations?

    Get 4 or more NAT servers (mix/match between packages) and get a 20 % recurring discount. https://clients.mrvm.net

  • hosthatchhosthatch Hosting Provider

    @mikho said:
    @hosthatch
    I'm missing 3 of those locations for my NAT world dominance plan.
    Any objections to running a NAT node on any of these locations?

    We don't have anything against that :)

  • mikhomikho AdministratorHosting ProviderOG

    @hosthatch said:

    @mikho said:
    @hosthatch
    I'm missing 3 of those locations for my NAT world dominance plan.
    Any objections to running a NAT node on any of these locations?

    We don't have anything against that :)

    Cool!

    I’ll put together what I need and send you a PM about it. ;)

    Get 4 or more NAT servers (mix/match between packages) and get a 20 % recurring discount. https://clients.mrvm.net

  • ehabehab Content Writer

    mikho - NAT world dominance plan.

    now i know what turns mikho on NAT

  • mikhomikho AdministratorHosting ProviderOG

    @ehab said:
    mikho - NAT world dominance plan.

    now i know what turns mikho on NAT

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  • ehabehab Content Writer

    @hosthatch said:

    i sent u a pm, send me some love

  • @mikho said:
    NAT world dominance plan.

    CPU is severely underpowered on these plans.
    If you nest 32 containers in the 8GB plan, each container gets 1.6% core.
    I wouldn't want to use a NAT container with so little CPU.

    I have five ≥1GB, ≤$16/year KVM servers. Are you jealous?

  • @yoursunny said:

    @mikho said:
    NAT world dominance plan.

    CPU is severely underpowered on these plans.
    If you nest 32 containers in the 8GB plan, each container gets 1.6% core.
    I wouldn't want to use a NAT container with so little CPU.

    IMHO it all boils down to a "don't be a dick"-policy. I use my Hosthatch VPS normally and according to my monitoring I exceed my 12.5% "limit" quite often. Still I have neither got any message from them nor was my VPS suspended.

    Need a free NAT LXC? -> https://microlxc.net/

  • @yoursunny said:

    @mikho said:
    NAT world dominance plan.

    CPU is severely underpowered on these plans.
    If you nest 32 containers in the 8GB plan, each container gets 1.6% core.
    I wouldn't want to use a NAT container with so little CPU.

    Reminds me of that old joke.

    "A man went to see his doctor and said, "Doctor, every time I move my arm like this it hurts. What do you recommend?" The doctor said, "Don't move your arm like that."

    Maybe don't nest 32 containers then?

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  • mikhomikho AdministratorHosting ProviderOG

    @skorous said:

    @yoursunny said:

    @mikho said:
    NAT world dominance plan.

    CPU is severely underpowered on these plans.
    If you nest 32 containers in the 8GB plan, each container gets 1.6% core.
    I wouldn't want to use a NAT container with so little CPU.

    Reminds me of that old joke.

    "A man went to see his doctor and said, "Doctor, every time I move my arm like this it hurts. What do you recommend?" The doctor said, "Don't move your arm like that."

    Maybe don't nest 32 containers then?

    Or perhaps use a larger plan?

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  • @Brueggus said:

    @yoursunny said:

    @mikho said:
    NAT world dominance plan.

    CPU is severely underpowered on these plans.
    If you nest 32 containers in the 8GB plan, each container gets 1.6% core.
    I wouldn't want to use a NAT container with so little CPU.

    IMHO it all boils down to a "don't be a dick"-policy. I use my Hosthatch VPS normally and according to my monitoring I exceed my 12.5% "limit" quite often. Still I have neither got any message from them nor was my VPS suspended.

    Not every provider uses the suspension hammer.
    Oracle Cloud Free Tier and EUserv VS2-free do not publish any CPU limits.
    When I encode push-ups, they just get throttled automatically.

    I prefer throttling to suspension hammer, so that I would not get into any hosting trouble if my app suddenly becomes popular (it happened twice so far, with 500+ readers coming in 3 hours).
    Nowadays, I set CPU limits on Docker container, so that they can never exceed the limit.

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    I have five ≥1GB, ≤$16/year KVM servers. Are you jealous?

  • hosthatchhosthatch Hosting Provider

    We generally throttle to the dedicated limit as well (but in very extreme cases, because usually there's plenty of free CPU).

    I cannot remember when we had to last suspend a customer for this reason.

  • ehabehab Content Writer

    i did get love from hosthatch..

    Thanks a lot

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  • @yoursunny said:

    @mikho said:
    NAT world dominance plan.

    CPU is severely underpowered on these plans.
    If you nest 32 containers in the 8GB plan, each container gets 1.6% core.
    I wouldn't want to use a NAT container with so little CPU.

    CPU upgrades to be expected soon (for new plans ofc)?

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