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pc8multifx (pc8multifx)
Dec 11 2009 at 00:25
879 posts
Did i say i go with them?? No, i didn't! I m way to long in the business to get fooled by such a offer... U don't know them obviously, so whats your point?

U still owe us the name of your VPS....

Elkart (Elkart)
Dec 11 2009 at 01:05
941 posts
I owe you nothing.

And I don't know them. Quite right, but I do see they target forex, so that means they understand what you want to run and the value of it.

My point is avoid that, don't even consider it. But hey, whatever blows your hair back...

Elkart (Elkart)
Dec 11 2009 at 01:17
941 posts
Go to godaddy.com

They are reputable, specialise in websites and not to expensive.

And here is an Alexa list of similar sites:

https://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/godaddy.com

pc8multifx (pc8multifx)
Dec 11 2009 at 01:55
879 posts
Why should i go to godaddy? Im quite happy with CNS so far... time will tell

Thx for the link, the last recent reviews there on godaddy are a nightmare LOL

Elkart (Elkart)
Dec 11 2009 at 01:58
941 posts
Doesn't have to be godaddy, but you want someone big who has more to lose in terms of reputation if there's a security breach than they have to gain by nicking your EA.

A company that starts with 4x is not that company....

Fulltime247
Dec 12 2009 at 03:28
131 posts
OMG!! VPSLand Sucks - Since I switched to ForexVPS (and am quite happy) - My VPSLand server went down and stayed down for DAYS!! - came up for a few minutes then went down again!! - came up for air then went down AGAIN!! and is still down even as I write this. Its basically been down for the past week almost non-stop. I just couldnt take it anymore and told them to kill the service - refund me for the rest of the month and pro-rate me the down days. They absolutely suck!! - If you're a client login to your server and goto speakeasy.net/speedtest and test the NY transfer speed. You'll be shocked!! - What's up with these guys? - are they on DSL? - Absolute worst speed, terrible VPS uptime but decent service. If you're with them you should get a site24x7 FREE account so you can be alerted by email when the service goes down - You'll need it!!! (its actually a good idea for everyone.) - Boy, am I glad I left these jerks!!

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pc8multifx (pc8multifx)
Dec 12 2009 at 14:20
879 posts
Unbelievable!! How can they stay in business with such a bad performance?

Thanks for the site 24/7.com hint. Good idea!

x x (smarttrader)
Dec 16 2009 at 06:27
4 posts

pc8multifx posted:
    Unbelievable!! How can they stay in business with such a bad performance?

Thanks for the site 24/7.com hint. Good idea!

They collect new customers only ( who don't do their homework ). Even I gave them the benifit of the doubt - after all, how hard can it be to run a data center in one of the biggest data center centers in the US? If I were them ( and I m glad I m not ) I would find the best vps service and just white label the whole shebang.

nothing ventured nothing gained
bizWiz
Dec 16 2009 at 11:56
397 posts

smarttrader posted:
  If I were them ( and I m glad I m not ) I would find the best vps service and just white label the whole shebang.



it's a good idea. maybe that's what they're doing already..

Sleep is for the weak.
Jason Mills (JazzmanWA)
Dec 19 2009 at 08:59
15 posts
As I am new to all this I just have one or two quick questions about VPS...

1) Can you pretty much do anything on the VPS that you can on your own computer? For instance back testing and so forth. I assume the answer is yes but, want to make sure. I've got an older (not ancient) computer and it takes a few hours to do 1 year back tests.

2) How much RAM is good for just one MT4 with an EA robot?

3) Do I need to put safety software on the VPS? Anti-Spy, Anti-Virus, Anti-Malware...

Thanks!

Carpe Diem or No regrets
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