What is the story with VirMach and how is their KVM quality
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I saw they announced moving from OpenVZ to KVM a few years ago, is that 100% converted now or some of their servers are still OpenVZ in some cases?
what is your experienceGabrielGuest
I thought this was a German company based on the name, but it’s in California lolChristineGuest
KVM vs. OpenVZ – A quick comparison of two popular VPS types
KVM is more versatile and will generally work better for your needs, as long as the VPS has enough resources. Go with OpenVZ if you have basic requirements on a VPS with low resource level provided (such as a small 128MB virtual server.)LawrenceGuest
I mean, I guess they’re kinda right here.
Are the KVM fanatics just throwing up 5-page WordPress sites and doing full site caching on Cloudflare? pretty sure OpenVZ is okay for that if the datacenter is well managed.AnnGuest
Their pricing doesn’t match on these 2 pages:
NVME1G $5 /Month 1GB DDR4 RAM 1 Core Ryzen CPU 30GB NVMe SSD 2TB @ 1Gbps
NVMe1G $ 5 /Month 1GB DDR4 RAM 1 Core Ryzen CPU 25GB NVMe SSD 2TB @ 1GbpsRalphGuest
pricing could be a typo, but I find this strange
Our Cheapest VPS Packages
Previously OpenVZ Container Virtualization, Upgraded to KVM Lite* Virtualization. Multiple flavors of Linux. Pure SSD.
“KVM Lite” ??
Did they just create this out of thin air, because there is no such thing and even checking their website doesn’t have any explanation of what it means
still impressive though:
Value+ LITE $ 1.50 /Month 512MB RAM 1 CPU vCORE 10GB Disk Disk Not Expandable 1 Dedicated IP 500GB @ 100Mbps Bandwidth Limited Features (See Below)TerryGuest
VirMarch is not German
He is Iranian American I think, based in California.ChristopherGuest
Even after reading this thread, I still don’t know what is KVM Lite, something about smaller disk space? I think it’s KVM but maybe has an attached block storage that is not KVM or something like that for customers upgrading from OpenVZ.
imma start saying their name like German now just cuz