CNS sucks. I received this email from them. Guess what? They were unable to recover all my data, costing me much downtime in potential lost trades.
'It has come to our attention that your VM has not come back online after routine maintenance this weekend. We believe the virtual disk of your VM has become corrupted, resulting in the VM unable to resume. I wanted to alert you to the situation and let you know what we are doing to get you back online as quickly as possible.
We are working with your virtual disk to try and repair the corruption and/or restore the data. This process can potentially be very time consuming, lasting well after markets open. And so I also wanted to check with you to see if you had enabled VM backup? If you have enabled VM backup then a restore will be very easy, requiring just a couple clicks. (You may remember it is an application that opens when you log into the VM.) VM backup data is encrypted with the password you would have entered when it was setup, and so we will need you to enter your password so the data can be restored. CNS cannot decrypt your backup without your VM Backup password. Please let me know if that is an option.
We are going to provision a new VM for you as soon as possible. If we are able to recover the corrupt data then we should be able to load it in your virtual disk to resume normal operation.'
not sure what the trading community would do without CNS VPS service. They actually are one of the cheapest windows VPS providers that focus on active traders and use their own dedicated equipment (not subleasing from Amazon). look at all of what is included with their service and compare.
Too expensive and too many tools killing your RAM. I used them twice and in 2012 they were okay, but in 2017 the autoboot tool was catastrophic. Support is answering with senseless text modulars to increase the costs of theri clients without increasing any real value. Maybe it is better for power users, but the standard package cannot be recommended.
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