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I would be awesome if we could deploy small server with 256mb and 0,5 core.
Anyway to get custom plans?
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Because IPv4 exhaustion, abuse and support pressure. No custom plans.
@ DO mod: Could an IPv6 only VPS be cheaper in cost?
They don’t offer that.
Yeah i know that friend :)
I am just wondering whether there would be a noticeable difference of a IPV6 only VPS and one with ipv4.
The costs to implement something like that would probably outweigh the savings.
Vultr can do it.
I've just taken a new snapshot of a $5 droplet, and transferred it from LON1 to AMS3. I've checked, and the snapshot is showing as having transferred to AMS3.
I've created a new, identically-sized, droplet in AMS3 and gone to "Snapshots" in order to restore from it, only to see the message "Currently you do not have any snapshots for this droplet to restore from."
Does it take a long time for the actual transfer to happen or has something gone wrong?
Given that RHEL is free (updates and support being what costs money form Red Hat), when will Digital Ocean offer it as a supported droplet OS?
I know that CentOS is very similar, but it's not *exactly* the same, and being able to run "real" RHEL (putting in my own RHN credentials for updates) would be very nice.
It would be nice to be able to spin-up a bare droplet/VM and drop an otherwise unsupported (eg RHEL or SuSE) OS onto it.
Does DO have this on the roadmap?
Hi, if i want to transfer a droplet to someone else the IP address will remain same?
I've read in 2014 that wasn't possible, now works?