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Discussion in 'Dedicated server hosting' started by eva2000, Aug 5, 2014.

  1. eva2000

    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    Guess what I also enable defer js on pagespeed, so that helps :D
     
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    Off topic: Transferring another server doesn't need to re-issue new cert, csr and key?
     
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    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    nope as long as you transfer the /usr/local/nginx/conf/ssl/yourdomain.com/* contents and use same nginx vhost paths to those crt and keys etc
     
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    I thought it matters if the server has different openssl version.
    Old server is using floren, new server using default version of centos 6.5.
     
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    doesn't matter :)
     
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    In my 2 days using Versaweb very badly I was DDOS again this morning and they null route my IP :(
    On SoYouStart I don't have this problem, ouch :(
    And they ask me additional $35 USD per month to have the ddos protection added.
     
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    yeah DDOS protection costs extra, i thought you already paid for that upgrade ?
     
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    Nope, I still don't have that protection.
    I thought null route works good but NOT :(
    I'm thinking of using back SYS, haizt!
     
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    on versaweb site DDOS protection seems to be reduced to $20/month

    shame, guess it depends on how much value you place in a west coast USA location for your visitors in Asia... if +$20/month extra is worth it i.e. you don't need cost of a CDN with a closer location
     
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    What is this red line mean?
    upload_2014-10-12_20-55-26.png
     
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    maybe ask Versaweb support
     
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    I already did, all they answer is I'm being attack.hm
     
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    so port downtime ??? maybe ask on WHT forums for other web hosts input on the interpretation of the graph
     
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    I don't have this problem on SYS.
    Why are they limiting me to 2mb? ouch!
     
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    don't think it's a limit it's just your outbound numbers see out for 95% percentile = 2.24Mb/s
     
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    What happened if I reach that?
    Additional bandwidth charge cause I reach the limit?
     
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    You'd have to as Versaweb for the specific bandwidth policy but I think that is just info for your to know and not overage charges. It isn't a limit, it's just your current 95% percentile calculated bandwidth out numbers
     
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    very enough to vanish versaweb.
    Time to go back to SYS.
     
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    did he read that wrong as 56.43 TB not GB ??? you have 50TB bandwidth server right ? I'd get them to clarify this as 56.43GB can't be right for your limit