The df utility displays the disk space usage on all mounted filesystem. The -T option prints the filesystem type as well. By default, df measures the size in 1K blocks, which could be a little difficult for a desktop user to decipher. Use the -h option to get the more understandable output: The VPS system
It is very strange that I can not use my private/public key pair to connect my VPS on Google Computer Engine. Although I can SFTP to the same VPS with same keys in Filezilla client, and PuTTY client. I did a lot of try. At the last I found it is because I make the
I have the .bashrc file, but it is not loading when I connect my VPS through SSH. The content of .bashrc looks like below: It provides a colorful terminal look. How to fix the problem of .bashrc not loading?
When you saw this post, it means the blog is moved to a new server at Linode. New server is a little bit better than the old one at DigitalOcean. Here is how old server looks like: Operating system Ubuntu Linux 14.04.4 Kernel and CPU Linux 3.13.0-88-generic on x86_64 Processor information Intel(R)
I am customer of CloudatCost, which is a VPS service provider at Ontario, Canada. I saw the Ads on twitter, or just someone make a tweet. The most interesting thing is the one time payment and no more recurring invoice. Only one time setup fee. It also has monthly plan. For example, the very basic
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.
It is the first time Linode announced $10 plan in the past 11 years. They call it Linode 1G Linode 1G – a $10/mo ($.015/hr) entry into our Linode plan lineup. This new Linode runs on the same 40 Gbps network, SSDs, and processing power as our larger plans. Likewise, inbound traffic is free and restricted
I am using Advanced Web Statistics(Awstats) for many years. I haven’t upgrade my installation for a long time. Last time, I upgrade my Awstats to 7.1, is almost two years ago. Now it is 7.3. Let’s have a look at the changes since Awstats 7.1 ***** 7.3 ***** New features: - Add command line
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
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