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redline (redline187)
May 15 2010 at 22:48
29 posts
i dont use vps
vps is bad they can reboot many times the server
just use an dedicated server only couple bucks more:)
i use dedicated server hivelocity.net great support :)
but im searching for cheaper windows dedicated server. anyone knows cheaper?:P

Yonex
May 15 2010 at 23:18
88 posts

redline187 posted:
    i dont use vps
vps is bad they can reboot many times the server
just use an dedicated server only couple bucks more:)
i use dedicated server hivelocity.net great support :)
but im searching for cheaper windows dedicated server. anyone knows cheaper?:P


What server do you use from hivelocity.net, and what OS?
Intel Atom 330 Dual-Core 1.6GHz + Windows 2008 Web = ~70 USD/month ? 😐

Whoever said money can't buy happiness didn't know where to shop.
redline (redline187)
May 15 2010 at 23:45
29 posts
Main Package Intel Atom 230 1.6 Ghz:
  1-Month @ $49.00 + Setup: FREE
Memory:
2 GB
Hard Drive:
160 GB SATA
RAID Controller:
None
Bandwidth:
2000GB w/10Mbps Port
IP Addresses:
6
Operating System:
Windows 2008 web 64 bit $10.00

redline (redline187)
May 15 2010 at 23:46
29 posts
i dont like providers specializing in forex vps maybe they can steal your code's logic's

Yonex
May 16 2010 at 00:30
88 posts
How is the latency to European brokers? Since hivelocity.net is located in Tampa, Florida, USA, how is the latency to, for example, Alpari UK?

It is nice that the server have lots of ram (2 GB), but is the CPU fast enough to handle multiple MT4?
Do you have any experience with running Dukascopy's JForex? JForex requires a lot of ram, like ~140 MB.

Whoever said money can't buy happiness didn't know where to shop.
redline (redline187)
May 16 2010 at 00:57
29 posts
well its running good for me i self live in the netherlands was just searching for cheap dedicated servers in usa im running now 4 mt4's and 1 mirc bot on it and an ftp server. no experience with other forex software.

chamchoun
May 16 2010 at 02:13
99 posts
Relax CPU is NEVER a problem; most of the time, I run out of memory first.

Fortenova (fortenova)
Jun 01 2010 at 21:07
35 posts
I am with commercialnetworkservices and have had 6 VPS systems running. Since they have moved to Hyper-V I have not had a reboot (6 months now). Memory space and processor space are allocated. Hyper-V is more reliable than a dedicated server as it can be run across multiple servers.

Virtuozo is different and one user heavy user on the VPS can badly affect performance of others.

Trading should be boring otherwise you are losing money.
Elkart (Elkart)
Jul 23 2010 at 18:20
941 posts
Well my VPS is down for 5 hours already, so I'm looking.

What about this one? https://www.vpswebserver.com

Can't find anything bad on google, maybe someone more into this stuff can have a look?

netearnings
Jul 23 2010 at 18:28
2 posts

Elkart posted:
    Well my VPS is down for 5 hours already, so I'm looking.

What about this one? https://www.vpswebserver.com

Can't find anything bad on google, maybe someone more into this stuff can have a look?


Do you know FOREXVPS ??

I always used them and no problems untill now.

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