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Supplier that allows the cloning of VPS?
We have VPS with multiple vendors, at varying prices, but none of the more economical ones allow us to clone a VPS. Does anyone know a supplier other than Digital Ocean that allows the cloning of a VPS?
If that counts, we pay <$ 5.00 per VPS, and we need a 16.04 (64-bit) Ubuntu Dual-Core CPU, 2GB of RAM and <20GB in HD.
If you can start it in a backup / iso system, you can clone it yourself with dd.
I mean, if I have a VPS model with a provider, I want to click and get 5 of these, based on the same template. A different IP address of course, but otherwise the same thing. Via the supplier control panel if possible.
I have not seen many VPS vendors suggest this as part of their service, but if you make a request, I do not see why a vendor would not be able to answer that. Just configure a VPS according to your needs and your configuration and ask them to create x number of clones.█ Kushal || Host4Geeks || Operating wholly-owned infrastructure on 4 global data centers (US / UK / India)
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some providers allow it, and it costs more than $ 5 to store additional data because unlimited hard drives and hardware are cheap.
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