As I do alot of Centmin Mod test installs on VPSes, finding a fast VPS web host is important. For a few months now I have been testing theskyspace.com with their Los Angeles located VPSes and i am finding their unmanaged bare metal OpenVZ VPS servers very fast for Centmin Mod installations. So thought I'd share these findings and experience with other Centmin Mod users. I'd like to thank @Steve Tozer from theskyspace.com for all his support for my Centmin Mod testing as well Fast Centmin Mod Installs They're even faster than Vultr's old 3.4-3.6Ghz CPU servers for Centmin Mod install times - most likely due to less contention! Their Xen VPS are a bit slower - partly due to the fact that Centmin Mod installs do install additional stuff if non-OpenVZ VPS servers are detected as some stuff isn't supported in OpenVZ virtualization platform. How fast ? theskyspace.com OpenVZ VPS allows latest Centmin Mod .08 beta03 to install in around 720-850 seconds with Clang compiler or around 900-915 seconds with GCC compiler (Centmin Mod .08 beta03 now supports both Clang and GCC with Clang the default for Nginx compilation part). TheSkySpace VPS Plans They have server locations in North Carolina and Los Angeles. unmanaged bare metal OpenVZ VPS unmanaged bare metal Xen VPS Testing Methodology: I ran the new installnbench.sh file at centminmod/centminmodbench · GitHub which I wrote specifically for this testing. It basically does 2 tasks when run installnbench.sh via curl command line on a fresh CentOS 6.x or 7.x OS server: install latest Centmin Mod .08 beta03 LEMP stack ~ 15-30 mins time then (note .08 beta03 unlike previous benchmarks has now included some of the source downloads as part of the installer so you can not directly compare Centmin Mod .08 beta03 install times with previous and earlier .08 betas) installs and runs centminmodbench.sh (UnixBench enabled) ~ 30-60 mins time Code: curl -sL https://github.com/centminmod/centminmodbench/raw/master/installnbench.sh | bash Server Intel CPU Clock Speed: OpenVZ VPS uses Intel Xeon E3-1230v2 clocked at 3.3Ghz.