The VPS with SSD cached is much faster than normal HDD. Servermania had a email to me last week. It said there is a upgrade of the hardware on the host of my VPS. From normal HDD storage to SSD Cached HDD.
Here is a benchmark report for the new one.
UnixBench score: 2456.6
I/O rate: 139.0 MB/second
Bandwidth rate: 37.5 MB/second
It is 4 core CPU.
Continue reading “Benchmark Report of 4GB Servermania VPS with SSD Cached”
I just update the system through yum update command.
After that, I reboot the VPS, then, lost the connection to this VPS and web site.
- Can not access the web site on it from browser.
- Can not access the VPS through ssh
- Can not access the VPS through Serial Console.
I create a ticket on servermania support. The support team replied in 20 minutes.
After two conversation between Andrew and me.
He told me that the problem is:
The yum update had broken the iprouting on the OS which caused the venet to not come up.
Continue reading “Site is down due to the network issue”
It is reported yesterday noon. Site is down. I can not access WEB, FTP, and even the control panel of this VPS @ServerMania .
Nothing I can do from my side.
I created the ticket. Based on the reply from support staff of ServerMania, it is a DDOS attack from somewhere.
I wait until this morning about 2AM. The VPS is back online. and I can access my VPS.
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It is a very popular service on web application and mobile apps. I like its server service.
The servers New Relic supported includes Linux, Windows.:
- Centos / Red Hat
- Ubuntu / Debian
- Other Linux
- Windows 2003, 2008
I followed the instruction of Centos to install the service on my ServerMania VPS.
Step 1: SSH to VPS as Root
Step 2: Add the New Relic yum repository
rpm -Uvh http://download.newrelic.com/pub/newrelic/el5/i386/newrelic-repo-5-3.noarch.rpm
step 3: Install the Server Monitor package
yum install newrelic-sysmond
Step 4: Configure & start the Server Monitor daemon
Add license key to config file: (See /etc/newrelic/nrsysmond.cfg for other config options)
nrsysmond-config --set license_key=your_own_key
Start the daemon:
Step 5: Done!
The data is update just in minutes.
Continue reading “Implement New Relic server service on Centos 6.4 64bit”
It is a hard decision. When you saw this post, this blog is moved to new VPS. It is changed from MovableType to WordPress.
First of all. I like changes. Changes make us better.
It took me about two days to test and merge the site to new place. Let me put the list of all the changes.
- Moved from Dreamhost to ServerMania VPS ( It is in Dreamhost more than five years)
- Server location is moved from Los Angeles, USA to Niagara Falls, Canada
- Replaced MovableType by WordPress ( I use MovableType from 2004)
- Blog is moved to the top level and re-structure the blog
Continue reading “Huge changes of David Yin’s Blog”