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What are the server specs that my VPS's are running on?

How much RAM? CPU make/model/speed?


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I find peoples deeply skeptical view I tend to see of DigitalOcean a small bit disheartening. I’ve been using DigitalOcean for about six months, I’ve never had a problem or a ‘hoggish neighbor’ as people say. I’ve never had lag, or any problems. I host Minecraft and various other gaming servers which are resource intensive and have never experienced a problem with CPU Load or RAM Usage. <br> <br>I don’t understand the consistent skepticism in regards to DigitalOcean. They are providing a reliable product and a much fairer price, why is it so hard to believe someone would offer the same as say Amazon or Rackspace for cheaper? Undercutting is a economic tactic that has existed for hundreds of years.

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@dustinkrejci.primerica Overselling in a VPS is frequent in the low-price side of the industry, and decent performance/reliability over the course of 1 year is no definite indicate of long-term performance. It is not at all uncommon for providers to begin ratcheting up the server population only after they have gained some customers. <br> <br>To be clear, I don’t think this is what DO is doing. However, a little more transparency would help. Certainly they can give more detail than, “It varies, a scheduler handles it”. They set the scheduler parameters, they can tell us if they allow the load average to stay around 10% utilization, 20%, 30%, etc., an average tenant load across all systems, and so on.