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Do you have a speed test?

Posted July 2, 2012 59.3k views

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You can also use my webapp that runs all digitalocean speedtests on one page. The project is open source at https://github.com/marcomontalbano/speedtest-for-digitalocean

Below are links to test the speed of our US and AMS network: New York1 Download file NY1 Speedtest NY1 Amsterdam1 Download file AMS1 Speedtest AMS1
We have new speed test files up:

NEW YORK: http://198.211.116.146/
AMSTERDAM: http://198.211.119.108/
Do you have one for california?
@sa00 Yes -- please see our FAQ page: https://www.digitalocean.com/faq
Just for the record:

http://speedtest-ny1.digitalocean.com/
http://speedtest-nyc2.digitalocean.com/
http://speedtest-ams1.digitalocean.com/
http://speedtest-sfo1.digitalocean.com/

:)
I'd like to check the latency of your servers but I can't ping them. How can I check them?
@ryanyam: Are you sure that pinging the hostnames "admin" posted right above your post doesn't work?
Add http://speedtest-sgp1.digitalocean.com

if you want to test all of digitalocean servers in one go, you can try my simple bash script or my nakama’s ZacharyDuBois’s

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