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A new VPS service provider – Vultr

I  just ordered a new VPS from Vultr.com.

It has All SSD. Maybe the lowest price per memory. Pay $0.007/hr, you get 768MB RAM, 3GHz CPU and 15GB storage. It is about $5/month.

And more datacenters than other VPS service providers. There are 14 locations worldwide, right now.

I did following test though Benchmark Serverbear.

The simply results as below.

UnixBench score: 2242.1

I/O rate: 409.0 MB/second

Bandwidth rate: 97.4 MB/secon

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Linodes New SSD VPS performance test

Yes, I just upgraded my VPS from old plan to new platform. Actually my old VPS at Linode is SSD cached system. They called it SSD Beta. I used it from last September.  I did a performance test at that time.

SSD Cached Linode

UnixBench

  • UnixBench (w/ all processors) 2086.0
  • UnixBench (w/ one processor) 324.3

IOPS

  • Read IOPS  28016.0
  • Read Bandwidth  112.0 MB/second
  • Write IOPS  12494.0
  • Write Bandwidth  49.9 MB/second

 

Now, after upgrading my VPS, I did a new test through ServerBear.com

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Bench test result of DigitalOcean Singapore Datacenter (SGP1)

DigitalOcean announced Singapore Datacenter (SGP1)  vi. It is a new node physically in Asia. A lot of Chinese webmasters rushed to it.

I created a new droplet at SGP1. Just minimum size droplet.

  • 512MB/1CPU
  • 20GB SSD Disk
  • 1TB Transfer
  • Singapore Region
  • CentOS 6.5 x32
  • $5/month

sgp1-droplet

Go to ServerBear site and get the testing command and paste into the terminal window. The command will update the system and install the necessary packages, then run the bench tasks.

The result as below: Continue reading “Bench test result of DigitalOcean Singapore Datacenter (SGP1)”

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