VPS 14 Ultimate slow
I have opened a ticket with NodeBlade and I will post updates here when I receive them.
Update from the provider. They sent me the following information.

1. The VPSs are set to a low IO priority (so their paying customers will get priority for disk access if they need it)
2. In their testing they got 120MB/s on the host node, and 58MB/s on a couple of containers they tested.

Everyone having this issue, please test again, and if it is below 50MB/s, let me know here and I will pass that information on in the ticket.
@cw1998 , It's working slow than ever, doing a bensh.sh it's stuck there for years, and Only got 1 i/o result at first which is 20.3mb
I have done at debian installing centos , will test it on there.
UPDATE: I Tested it on Centos , and the result is 8.8MB ,-,
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Ran this test on a newly installed CentOS 6.7 x86_64 minimal:

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Thank you for the feedback guys. I have let NodeBlade know about this, and I have also provided them with a link to this thread to see your screenshots and test results.
For a more meaningful diagnostics it would be better to verify disk speed results with a tool that is specifically designed for hard drive and SSD diagnostics including benchmarking and S.M.A.R.T data analysis.

Such a program would be hdparm ran with its -t parameter for a disk speed benchmark directly from the disk.
Man page of hdparm Wrote:Perform timings of device reads for benchmark and comparison purposes. For meaningful results, this operation should be repeated 2-3 times on an otherwise inactive system (no other active processes) [...] This displays the speed of reading through the buffer cache to the disk without any prior caching of data. This measurement is an indication of how fast the drive can sustain sequential data reads under Linux [...]
Source: https://linux.die.net/man/8/hdparm

Don't quote me on that thought because I haven't got any clues on how hdparm will handle OpenVZ container "disks". dd is not really seen as a real tool for disk benchmarking althought it can also be used to do a real direct speed test without any RAM caching. Such tests would show the real speed and in case of a slow drive you would see real slow results. In fact the bench.sh script is running a direct disk test without RAM caching. Still doesn't seem to be much of value for a lot of folks.
I'm doing a disk test on my VPS 14. I'll update as soon as it is done.

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OS is Debian 8.0
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Unfortunately no good news to tell as I have not heard from NodeBlade today. I will keep you up to date if anything changes. Did anyone try the suggestion made by @Hidden Refuge ?.
@cw1998 , I'm not good at linux, I tried writting hdparm . and hdparm -t no command was found on centos.
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You may need to install it first:
yum install hdparm

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