[VPS] NoUptime - Community VPS - Review
#11
@rudra I had no idea that "overselling friendly" was a thing,
I remember that while creating the next virtualization software Tongueout.

KVM is harder to oversell compared to OpenVZ
(2017-02-20, 9:04:07 pm)rudra Wrote: i dunno why ppl say stuff likekvm is hard to oversell. these are more resource hungry. so may be not overselling friendly. butpossible.

IMHO, you shouldn't get a host that oversells.
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#12
overselling is overselling, there is no overselling friendly in any kind of way. Because the QoS will drop down in a few days a lot. Now I will send my monthly ticket to extend my usage on NoUptime VPS, I have to make it before 28th.
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#13
lol. happy to know that i have wrote a new word pairing , no matter how dumb Tongueout

Now it is upto posterity whether I will be .. HA HA

anyway. What I mean is both can be configured to oversell. A provider can charge more and not oversell with both openvz and kvm. Or they may decide to go cheap and seem attractive to users ( may be mostly to new and learning users who possibly wont be putting much load ). Then they can oversell both openvz or kvm. But KVM being more resource hungry will support less number of individual containers on the same amount of resource. Also they might perform worse together during periods of heavy load. Thats why i said openvz was overselling friendly.

In essence both can be oversold.
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#14
(2017-02-23, 7:54:15 pm)rudra Wrote: lol. happy to know that i have wrote a new word pairing , no matter how dumb Tongueout

Now it is upto posterity whether I will be .. HA HA

anyway. What I mean is both can be configured to oversell. A provider can charge more and not oversell with both openvz and kvm. Or they may decide to go cheap and seem attractive to users ( may be mostly to new and learning users who possibly wont be putting much load ). Then they can oversell both openvz or kvm. But KVM being more resource hungry will support less number of individual containers on the same amount of resource. Also they might perform worse together during periods of heavy load. Thats why i said openvz was overselling friendly.

In essence both can be oversold.

Sadly we won't be able to oversell as we provide No Uptime. Tongueout
#15
(2017-02-20, 2:38:51 am)The Man Who Can Wrote: Just want to throw in that on my No Uptime VPS, Server 2008 does not go to setup and Server 2012 cannot install because it needs virtio drivers.

Windows Templates are not listed in first post so maybe OP is not offering these ?

Anyway finally I have finished my office work and found time to complete posts and also to signup for this. Hope I will be approved soon. Smile
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