2017-04-16, 2:16:38 am
(This post was last modified: 2017-04-16, 2:23:12 am by Zizion. Edited 2 times in total.)
Do you guys know how to fix slow VPS and make it into fast VPS i have problems with my slow VPS i can't access internet properly it have low speed in my vps specs it says 100 MBps i started to have this vps since last week ago or two weeks ago is there any way to solve this problem if so i would be appreciated to help me out. i didn't get this vps from this forum and i got this VPS from other website.
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Where do you notice it is slowing down? Does it respond less quickly? Perhaps you can try to save some RAM if you are using almost all of it?
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i am not sure it is responding less quickly i have 1 GB RAM on it . do you have any other way to fix it?
A few suggestions:
-if you have a KVM VPS server then change to VirtIO network adapter
-change your DNS server address to Google's DNS servers: 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 (they have DNS for IPv6 too)
-if you don't use IPv6 then disable it (I couldn't access Ubuntu's update servers over IPv6 while over IPv4 worked immediately but this happened only once)
2017-04-16, 3:36:47 am
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i don't have control panel for my slow VPS how can i change VirtIO Network adapter please tell me about it and it is KVM VPS Server.
I think the best thing to do in this case that if you do not have a control panel is to contact your hosting provider. There is nothing we can do here.
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2017-04-16, 3:04:15 pm
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Who's your provider? You might be running into an overselling issue. If you nuke the VPS with a bare minimum install (of several distributions) and run a benchmark that doesn't yield results to match at least 50% of what was promised. Then the only fix I have for you is to buy from somewhere else.
You haven't given us specs and/or usage/purpose of the VPS and as such the question is as dumb as it can get. If I had asked you this question with the amount of information that you gave me. What would your answer be? Seriously now. What conclusion would you reach?
If you can't put the effort into asking a question properly then you shouldn't expect someone else to put the effort into giving a proper answer.
I think earlier I used a vps from this host, I think you received this vps from a post2host community, I think you can do nothing except change to any other VPS with having a connection of 1 GB/s.