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DigitalOcean Who is using/used DigitalOcean for Centmin Mod install ?

Discussion in 'Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting' started by eva2000, May 30, 2014.

  1. eva2000

    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    So who uses DigitalOcean's KVM based VPS for installing Centmin Mod ?

    Which KVM VPS plan are you using ?

    Which region do you have your droplets ?
     
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    All Centos except for one Debian apache server for easy .htaccess redirects. One a dedicated ES server and the others web servers.

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    Had quite a few with DO, this is where I first started using it. My original setup for my live sites was as a 2GB droplet running nginx/php-fpm, and a 2GB droplet running MariaDB, with private networking in AMS2.
     
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    Just one, 512MB plan for my personal blog, location Singapore :).
     
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    Just 1GB plan only for Centminmod tests :)

    I had 6 of them as i was testing Haproxy and SQL clustering :)
     
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    I'm using 3 simple droplets with Centmin Mod, enough to host each simple blog/apps
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    I am using 512MB droplet for a small xenforo gaming forum with XenPorta as a "home" page.
     
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    How about DO, what cpu model they are using?
     
  9. eva2000

    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    Don't recall exactly some form of Xeon E5-26xx IIRC. But not as fast as Linode.
     
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    So maybe Vultr < DigitalOcean < Linode ? :)
    I haven't tried Linode though.
    Still worried about ddos.
     
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    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    depends on what you're testing single threaded test versus multi-threaded

    single threaded, yes Vultr has higher base and turbo boost frequencies

    multi-threaded, Linode is king with more cpu core offerings at higher end. Only one provide i know has faster cpus and that is wable.com with OpenVZ VPS plans and Xeon E5-2690v2 cpus
     
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    But as you stated before wable has some issues and not good for production?
     
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    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    yeah wable has their own internal firewall of sorts and initially it conflicts with CSF firewall, they fixed it but sometimes I loose access to SSH with connection refused and need to wait a while before logging in again. The public front end of sites still works when I don't have SSH access though.
     
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    I got the same error from Softlayer sometimes when site is under high load.

    I finally move to DO, so my setup now is:
    1x haproxy 1GB ram
    1x nginx-fpm 2GB ram [ exclusive to torrents updates ]
    4x nginx-fpm-glusterfs 2GB ram [ site ]
    2x MariaDB (master to master cluster) 8GB ram

    Now I need to optimize them :D
     
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    I am leaving from that since my apps run a lots of php and his servers are about 60% of performance of Vultr on mine tests.
    I have tested both with same centminmod and tweaks in kernel, nginx and php-fpm (with and without pools) and I got same proportional results in req/s, about 60% of vultr servers.
    Well, I like of DO but them need to improve their servers.
     
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  16. eva2000

    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    yeah DO's lower clock speed on E5-2630L will be slower than Vultr and Linode !
     
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    Used to use DO for the first time 1GB, the uptime was more than expected, nearly one year without reboot :)
    However, due to failed project, I need to stop it :(
     
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