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Tomasz Grysztar
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Joined: 16 Jun 2003
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Location: Kraków, Poland
Hosting
I need to find a new hosting for entire flatassembler.net domain (with this forum and all other websites). The one we are currently on is a bit unreliable, but I chose to keep it for as long as it was donated to me. But this will come to an end in approximately three months and during this time I need to find some new place - hopefully more reliable one. If members of this board have any recommendations, I'm open for suggestions.


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Post 27 Jul 2016, 15:43
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HaHaAnonymous



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What kind of hosting are you interested in?

VPS, dedicated, shared, other?!
Post 27 Jul 2016, 16:16
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JohnFound



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Location: Bulgaria
If we are talking about good support and pretty stable hosting, I can suggest the hosting provider I use for http://asm32.info
It is the biggest Bulgarian hosting provider and they have all possible hosting plans.
My web site is on the cheapest one, but I never been even close to the limits. (But my home site is definitely not very popular - I have less than 3000 visits per month).

Here are the main hosting parameters of my plan and in brackets what I am actually using:

Price: 33€ per year
Disk space: 15GB (2.56GB - mainly my daughter files)
MySQL databases: 12GB (0GB)
Bandwidth: 150GB (400MB for July, 14GB for April, when I have been tested AsmBB on high load)
Server CPU time: 30 minutes per 24hours (average: 0.22 minutes per 24 hours)
Processes: max 60 simultaneously.

Let's encrypt certificates are supported only for the next plan: 57€ per year, (and approx double higher limits)

The only possible problem can be the connectivity from outside Bulgaria. I have my own information only from Germany and the speed from there is excellent.
Post 27 Jul 2016, 18:12
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redsock



Joined: 09 Oct 2009
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Location: Australia
I am happy to donate a dedicated (non-shared) virtual machine for flatassembler.net. If you are interested, message me and I'll set it up.

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Post 27 Jul 2016, 23:03
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cool!
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hi tomasz,

could you give us the roughly monthly bandwidth consumption and total disk usage + mysql db size at this moment and the roughly monthly increment?
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Post 02 Aug 2016, 03:55
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TmX



Joined: 02 Mar 2006
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Location: Jakarta, Indonesia

waqu3325 wrote:
https://www.digitalocean.com



+1 for digitalocean
I'm subscribing the $10/month package:
1 GB memory, 1 Core Processor, 30 GB SSD Disk, 2 TB Transfer

so for so good, and their support team is very responsive, IMO Smile
Post 02 Aug 2016, 04:40
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JohnFound



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The hosting is already donated by redsock. The transition will happen as soon as the whole bluehost data is successfully retrieved.
Post 02 Aug 2016, 04:56
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waqu3325



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My site is working on a home pc.
Post 02 Aug 2016, 05:39
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redsock



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All sorted as JohnFound said, would be interested to see performance/bandwidth/latency comparisons on my own donated VM versus digitalocean's lesser offerings.
Post 02 Aug 2016, 08:57
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Tomasz Grysztar
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We have already moved. I hope all works well.
Post 02 Aug 2016, 20:20
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JohnFound



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Tomasz Grysztar wrote:
We have already moved. I hope all works well.



DNS still not updated for me. But when set the IP in /etc/hosts everything seems to work.

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Post 02 Aug 2016, 21:28
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YONG



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Works fine on (i) Chrome on my Android phone, and (ii) Chrome on my Chromebook.

Does not work on Firefox on a public PC running Windows 7. Just shows the message "Sorry, but the board is currently unavailable. Please try again later." Could be using outdated DNS entries. Not sure.

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Post 03 Aug 2016, 05:43
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JohnFound



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It's the DNS - need up to 24h to update worldwide. On my mobile connections is already updated and works fine.
Post 03 Aug 2016, 06:00
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YONG



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BTW, take a look at TG's location "Kraków, Poland" and mine "22° 15' N / 114° 10' E".

I guess something went wrong in the moving process.

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Post 03 Aug 2016, 06:17
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JohnFound



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It is the character encoding. Should be UTF-8, but is Windows-1252;
Post 03 Aug 2016, 06:27
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JohnFound



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Quote:
It is the character encoding. Should be UTF-8, but is Windows-1252;


Fixed now.
Post 03 Aug 2016, 10:32
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YONG



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JohnFound wrote:

Quote:
It is the character encoding. Should be UTF-8, but is Windows-1252;

Fixed now.

Good job!

DNS entries must have been updated. Now, the website works fine on Firefox on public PCs running Windows 7.

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Post 03 Aug 2016, 13:03
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ManOfSteel



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Everything works fine here and maybe it's my connection but I feel it's faster than before. Congratulations on the move!
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