[Hosting] Iniz 2015 Review

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by Mun, Oct 8, 2015.

  1. Mun

    Mun Administrator

    Things started off miserably. I had to ticket the providers over a few nights after I noticed massive issues and random Kernel errors about the disk. After a bunch of tickets they finally took a look and found that the RAID controller was bad and needed to be replaced. After that things were running ok. Outage here and there, and finally a realization about Psychz. Psychz whom is Iniiz's provider was having massive issues with my GRE session that I was using it for. After realizing this and coming to the conclusion that this was the reason for most of the outages I moved my service to another server. After that I have left it idle hoping to find another usage and waiting for a fix from Psychz, which has supposedly happened. Reports have come out recently that there is great issues under the hood and multiple day outages, but I haven't experienced it personally. Generally tickets are answered quickly and they keep there twitter up to date on any issues.

    I wouldn't suggest them without caution as of the recent week + outage issue. However, before that they would have been suggestible. I give them a 3/5.

    Usage:
    Idle.

    Observium:
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    Proof of Ownership:

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    Stats:
    Code:
     ##System Information
    
     OS Name:  Debian GNU/Linux 8.0 (jessie) (64 bit)
     Hostname:  gsnla2
     Public IP:  162.217.xxx.xxx
     CPU Model:  QEMU Virtual CPU version (cpu64-rhel6)
     CPU Cores:  2 core @  2659.996 MHz
     CPU Cache:  4096 KB
     Total RAM:  494MB (Free 83MB)
     Total SWAP: 1.0GB (Free 1.0GB)
     Total Space: 49GB (3% used)
     Running for: 51days - 12hrs 50min 17sec
    
    
     ##CDN Speedtest
     CacheFly:  92.9MB/s
     Internode: 8.54MB/s
    
    
     ##North America Speedtest
     SoftLayer, Dallas, USA: 40.1MB/s
     ReliableSite, Piscataway, USA: 12.7MB/s
     OVH, Beauharnois, Canada: 19.1MB/s
     Softlayer, Washington, USA: 19.3MB/s
     SoftLayer, San Jose, USA: 94.4MB/s
     Vultr, Dallas, USA: 37.5MB/s
     Vultr, New Jersey, USA: 17.0MB/s
     Vultr, Seattle, USA: 45.7MB/s
    
    
     ##Europe Speedtest
     RedStation, Gosport, UK: 932KB/s
     EDIS, Stockholm, Sweden: 158KB/s
     OVH, Roubaix, France: 7.77MB/s
     Prometeus, Milan, Italy: 8.34MB/s
     LeaseWeb, Frankfurt, Germany: 8.93MB/s
     Interactive3D, Amsterdam, NL: 1.98MB/s
     Vultr, London, UK: 6.61MB/s
     Vultr, Amsterdam, NL: 8.60MB/s
    
    
     ##Asia Speedtest
     SoftLayer, Singapore, Singapore 7.79MB/s
     Linode, Singapore, Singapore 8.71MB/s
     Linode, Tokyo, Japan: 10.3MB/s
     Vultr, Tokyo, Japan: 11.3MB/s
    
    
     ##IO Test
     I/O Speed :  307 MB/s
     I/O Direct :  114 MB/s
    
    
     

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