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Dedicated servers

Dedicated server or dedicated server- a type of hosting, in which the client is provided with a separate physical machine (as opposed to virtual hosting). Typically used to run applications that cannot coexist on the same server with other projects or that have increased resource requirements.

There are no dedicated servers available to order

The number of dedicated servers is limited, the server gets the one who pays for it first.

Benefits of renting dedicated servers

  • Direct connection to Ukrainian traffic exchange points (UA-IX, Giganet, DATA-IX, DTEL-IX), direct connection of Ukrtelecom clients (UKRTEL-IX), connection to the traffic exchange network with Russia (RETN, DATA-IX). The total throughput of our external channels is 120 Gbit / s.
  • All servers are connected at 1Gbit / s to the Internet.
  • We do not charge additional fees for excess traffic, but we reserve the right to limit the channel speed to 100 Mbps in the following cases:
    • the server uses more than 30Tb of traffic per month;
    • the ratio of outgoing traffic to incoming traffic is less than 4: 1 at any of the parities.
  • A dedicated server can be accessed within one to three business days after payment is received.
  • One IPv4 and one IPv6 address is provided for each server.
  • Full root access to the physical server.
  • Providing IP KVM on request.
  • 24/7 monitoring of server availability via https with notification via Telegram.
  • Remote reboot of servers through the control panel.
  • Management of reverse DNS records.
  • Ability to host domains on our name servers for free.
  • Backup space on a separate server - 100Gb.
  • Technical support within the framework of free replacement of failed hardware and reinstallation of the operating system.

When ordering a dedicated server for rent, you get

  • Pre-installed operating system CentOS, Fedora, Debian, Ubuntu or FreeBSD. If necessary, you can provide a link to the image of the operating system that you want to install, or install the operating system yourself using KVM (except for Windows).
  • Full root access to the physical server.
  • Basic technical support - free replacement of failed hardware and installation of an operating system image.

Recommendations when choosing a dedicated server

These points are written based on the requests that we receive on the server.

  • I have a database with important data, so I need RAID-1.
    The notion that RAID-1 guarantees data retention is very misleading. The reliability of the database is ensured by replication to a separate server, moreover, preferably with a time lag, for example, by an hour. And of course backups. And a RAID can become out of sync due to a failure on one of the disks and drop the main disk during recovery. In addition, few people know how to configure RAID on SSDs, which leads to their rapid wear.
  • Need HDD for database.
    For a long time, HDDs have been used to store only large amounts of data that are often overwritten. For example, for backups or video surveillance systems. In other cases, SSD should be preferred. SSD drives are more reliable and predictable since the drive controller contains information about its wear. Correctly selected disk model, correct partitioning and SMART observation will be more beneficial than using HDD.
  • Optimal amount of memory on the server.
    The optimal amount of memory on the server must be selected depending on the platform on which it is installed. For example, the desire to put 128Gb on a server with two Intel Xeon 5667 processors will lead to a decrease in server performance. The reason lies in the number of memory channels that the processor supports. You can determine the number of memory channels by looking at the processor specification. For each processor of this model, these are three memory channels. Therefore, the optimal amount of memory should be divided without a remainder by 6 (3 channels * 2 processors). 128/6 = 21.33, which is not an integer and the memory will not work in three-channel mode with this amount. But 96Gb / 6 = 16 and 192Gb / 6 = 32.