User Pentium44 on Lowendtalk offered the community to test out the
Tiny VM Specs: CPU: .25 Xeon E5649 core RAM: 384MB Vdisk: 25GB, KVM Debian 7.11.0
In Part I of the review, I mentioned my reasons for testing these VPS’es. Also posted the results from bench.sh test. In this Part II, I will post the resutls from YABS and bench.sh. In addition, we will also see how the dd and speedtest-cli perform.
In this post, I will do a quick review of VPS by Nexusbytes. Below I am posting the results from two test setups that user @seriesn from Nexusbytes provided. They are a provider out of Middlebury, Connecticut and they contacted me through LowEndTalk requesting for my review. While I am still a learner and a beginner, I cannot let go of a chance to test out a VPS, with some new learnings (as always) along the way. Let us dive into the review right away.
As I write this post, we are two weeks away from Black Friday
Last week, Cloudflare released its WARP plus for android and iOS devices. I signed up for WARP Plus, the paid version of WARP, for my iPhone (INR 69 per month for unlimited bandwidth). Posting the restults from speedtest on my Jio LTE connection taken on September 30th, 2019 at 7 AM IST.
This is the final set of benchmark tests on VPS’es. Starting next week, I will put them to the intended use. One quarter of idling nearly eight VPS’es is enough 🙂
A discussion on Lowendtalk forums introduced me to a new script on running benchmarks. I promptly tried it this morning and got some interesting results:
In this post are the results of running a few more benchmarking tests on the KVM VPS’es machines. In particular, running the dd test and also a failed attempt at running bench.sh.
Over the past few months thanks to LowEndtalk (and the frown of my spouse), I have managed to gather a collection of Virtual Private Servers (VPS’es). Ten at the last count. Till April this year, I did not even know what a VPS was. Five months later, I am writing a post comparing the performances of different VPS’es, some of which are KVM, others OVZ and the rest are NAT devices.