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    I moved to a VPS as well, but with WiredTree. Would be interesting to see how the VPS comparison is, but these guys have been fantastic. Ticket response time is measured in minutes, not hours. I suspect they are quite a bit more expensive than WHB but, hey, you get what you pay for, right?

    I learned that the hard way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt R View Post
    Hello All,


    Platinum VPS - $129.95 per month
    • 200GB Disk Space
    • 2500GB Bandwidth
    • 1024MB Guaranteed RAM
    • 8 Dedicated IP Addresses
    • Equal Share CPU
    • 30 Day Money Back Guarantee
    • Carrier servers are Dual Xeon 5410s, 12GB RAM, RAID10
    Out of curiosity, what is "equal share cpu"?

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    Oh, one other thing. I'm not sure what equal share cpu is, but I like how WiredTree does their hybrid VPS, which is what I've got. WHB should look into something like this.

    For $99/mo, you get a guaranteed CPU core (IOW, on a quad-core box you share it with four other people *max*). These are xeons, BTW. You also get 1GB guaranteed RAM, 120GB drive space, 1.2TB data transfer, fully hardened (and managed) system/updates, 8 dedicated IPs, and WHM/cPanel included free.

    That's a pretty good deal. How does the WHB VPS stack up?

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    Our pricing is on our site. Go ahead and try it
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    I wasn't asking about pricing. I was asking about "equal share cpu". That's a pretty vague term to use when it comes to a) how much cpu you're guaranteed and b) how many other VPS's are on the same physical machine.

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    Our servers have approx 20Ghz of CPU power (8x2.5Ghz). This is shared equally between all the VPSes on a server (around 20). Of course, not all VPSes will need the CPU at the same time, so this is the best method for getting maximum performance.
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    Cool. That was the answer I was looking for. Thanks.

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    I have had a VPS server with WHB for awhile now and I can honestly say I have had no trouble with it at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twiztid View Post
    I have had a VPS server with WHB for awhile now and I can honestly say I have had no trouble with it at all
    what about now? and how long have you had it in approx. months? Just asking for reference for others so they can see how nice of a job WHB does.

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    I am still with WHB been about a year now, I can say I have never had a peoblem with my server being down or anything , great company to host with.

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    Thanks Twiztid.
    We'll keep doing our best to provide the highest level service.

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    After upgrade from bronze to gold VPS package, I'm experiencing a problem which is quiet annoying my earnings The server seems slower and I see server load at this time is around 23-26. Yesterday, I can't access WHM due to problem. I had been in ticket and it worked fine but the server still seems slower.

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    What's your ticket ID please?

    I'll investigate and get back to you.
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    My ticket id is SAH-455932, it's been closed already since the server is running. But at specific time, it's very slow (slower than when i took bronze package, i think), I've been parking 3 domains within the VPS that likely make the server busy but it still happens. I'm now looking for tutorials about server load and CPU usage on VPS including PHP-mysql performance.
    Last edited by Abry75; 05-18-2010 at 09:30 PM.

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    I am not sure this is a Ticket/ Helpdesk for WHB, but I am sure Matt will see this and respond , he is that kind of person, he care's about the customer, as far as learning the VPS is basically the same as a stand alone server , except for a few things ( can not change Kernal ect.) I also have a VPS plan and have for over two years now, the PHP version I would say keep it up to date 5.3 I think is the newest, for load balence and CPU usage it is a hit or miss type thing untill you figure it out, I am sure you can find stuff online if noe send me a pm and I will find it for you.

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