[Scowebhosting.club] | KVM VPS | 40% LIFETIME DISCOUNT

Hello

SCO HOSTING LTD is a new hosting company and we will like to offer 40% lifetime discount for those 2 packages VPS1GB and VPS2GB.

VPS 1GB
  • 1 vCore CPU (Intel Xeon-E 2136)
  • 1 GB DDR4 RAM (SWAP 1GB)
  • 15 GB NVMe SSD Storage
  • 2TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Connection (Shared)
  • 1 IPv4 & 1 Private IP & /112 IPv6
  • DDoS Protection
  • KVM Virtualization Type
  • Virtualizor Control Panel
  • Location: France (Roubaix)
    Order now(€3.60/mo. Discount applied at checkout)
VPS 2GB
  • 2 vCore CPU (Intel Xeon-E 2136)
  • 2 GB DDR4 RAM (SWAP 2GB)
  • 25 GB NVMe SSD Storage
  • 4TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Connection (Shared)
  • 1 IPv4 & 1 Private IP & /112 IPv6
  • DDoS Protection
  • KVM Virtualization Type
  • Virtualizor Control Panel
  • Location: France (Roubaix)
    Order now(€7.20/mo. Discount applied at checkout)

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https://lg-eu.scowebhosting.club/

All plans include:

Instant Setup
14 Days Money Back Guarantee
KVM Virtualization
Virtualizor control panel.
DDoS protection.
Full root access.

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Welcome!

Welcome! Straight in with the offers!

There’s 3 different names before I even get past your banner.

Is not hard to change the banner but i can’t change the domain

Or… CAN YOU!?

Darl McBride?? Are you here?

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Who is Darl McBride ??

Here is a nench.sh script result for 512 MB plan

bash nench.sh

nench.sh v2019.07.20 – https://git.io/nench.sh
benchmark timestamp: 2019-09-25 13:10:27 UTC

Processor: Intel® Xeon® E-2136 CPU @ 3.30GHz
CPU cores: 1
Frequency: 3312.000 MHz
RAM: 481M
Swap: 510M
Kernel: Linux 4.15.0-64-generic x86_64

Disks:
vda 7G HDD

CPU: SHA256-hashing 500 MB
3.682 seconds
CPU: bzip2-compressing 500 MB
5.837 seconds
CPU: AES-encrypting 500 MB
1.301 seconds

ioping: seek rate
min/avg/max/mdev = 44.0 us / 209.1 us / 40.5 ms / 1.65 ms
ioping: sequential read speed
generated 22.3 k requests in 5.00 s, 5.44 GiB, 4.46 k iops, 1.09 GiB/s

dd: sequential write speed
1st run: 953.67 MiB/s
2nd run: 906.94 MiB/s
3rd run: 848.77 MiB/s
average: 903.13 MiB/s

IPv4 speedtests
your IPv4: 5.135.199.xxxx

Cachefly CDN:         68.31 MiB/s
Leaseweb (NL):        107.15 MiB/s
Softlayer DAL (US):   10.52 MiB/s
Online.net (FR):      108.74 MiB/s
OVH BHS (CA):         17.47 MiB/s

IPv6 speedtests
your IPv6: 2001:41d0:203:xxxx

Leaseweb (NL):        53.46 MiB/s
Softlayer DAL (US):   10.76 MiB/s
Online.net (FR):      107.40 MiB/s
OVH BHS (CA):         18.13 MiB/s

I never heard of this company, but that bench seems interesting. I like offers, even from possible summer hosts.

Reminder to keep things friendly and civil here. There’s no need to try and discredit a host that’s doing similar things to another provider at a different pricepoint.

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Fair enough about the civil part, I just got tired of seeing the same offer via multiple providers. While I do apologise for my behaviour, I believe that my previous comment should be kept intact for posterity. I can see how that might be contentious, so I’ll be fine with whatever you decide. Cheers!

No worries. It’s not like you came across as overly aggressive or anything like that. Just wanted to keep it tame before it festered into something else.

I just don’t want every offer thread turning into “well you can get it here cheaper”, etc. Not saying that you’ve done that here, but it’s a slippery slope if it’s not nipped in the bud before it ever has a chance to get to that point :slight_smile:. Unless another admin feels differently, I’ll keep the comment hidden for now.

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I agree. Thanks for your understanding @ac_fan :slight_smile:

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Darl McBride lawsuit happy former CEO of SCO Group who started the still ongoing lawsuit against IBM and Linux for misappropriation of their code.

SCO is a old set of initials in the unix/linux community. Santa Cruz Operations.

Caldera anyone?

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Added.

You wouldn’t happen to be running Unixware 7 would you?

We are not affiliated with SCO Group or with the former CEO of SCO Group Darl McBride. I never used Unixware 7, this is the first time when i heard about it.

I had Xenix on 5-1/4" floppies somewhere; I also had CBM SysV for Amiga 3000 on tape. Not sure if that helps, but it was a trip down memory lane.

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I have the entire set of Xenix manuals sitting on my shelf just as a memento.

I threw out my 2.6 5/98 Sparc/Intel sets last year. Hopefully someone with a Tadpole 3GX will find them in the dump some day and make use of them.