BuyVM – Review 7 years

I've been using BuyVM for seven years this month, so I thought it was time to write a review

In 2010, an article on WebHostingTalk caught my attention. $ 5.95 per month for VPS with 512 MB RAM and IPv6 support? Unbelievable! I needed a virtual virtual server for my secondary DNS and my mail servers after having problems with another provider. BuyVM was relatively unknown to me and I was a little afraid to try another "new" supplier after so many problems with the sudden disappearance of other suppliers, servers down for days, etc. However, I monitored them, and BuyVM continued to appear in surveys of leading LowEndTalk providers. I registered in March 2012.

As for the hosting providers, I think it is the best decision I have ever made. BuyVM was cheaper than other providers I had used, yet the servers were faster, the support was better and overall it was like better service. I liked the service so much that I ended up switching to an OpenVZ VPS with 1GB RAM ($ 13.95 per month at the time, I think) and I've migrated from a dedicated Hivelocity server.

I was even happier when "slices" were announced: for the same price, I could get 4 times more RAM (4 GB) and a dedicated processor on a VPS KVM, and the VPS was extremely fast and reagent!

@Francisco is absolutely fantastic to manage. I rarely needed to contact support, but when I did, Francisco was always informed and ready to help. Previously, a staff member called Aldryic was part of their support team, who was not always so friendly, but I think he's no longer in the company. I've never really had problems with him though.

That's not to say that they have been without problems. In December 2018, they had a major failure that resulted in corrupted data or even data loss for their bulk storage product (my slab was totally corrupted and I had to restore from backup), but they were very open about what was going on and the steps they would take to make sure it did not happen again. This is an open level that I have not seen at other vendors. They also had minor network problems (sporadic outages), but they have been quite resilient since about 2015 and I have not seen any other problems in the last few years.

Overall, I would definitely recommend BuyVM as the first choice for a VPS provider. They have stood the test of time and have a number of advantages over many other LowEndBox style providers. Other suppliers may have declined over the years, but BuyVM easily surpasses them in terms of overall quality and commitment to innovation and the provision of a high quality service .

Advantages

  • BuyVMs are very innovative. They have a lot of features that I have not seen at other providers:
    • Stallion, their internal control panel, is great. Although less powerful than some other control panels, it is fast, responsive and contains all the essential features you expect – VNC (only accessible from Stallion, which is an interesting security feature), mounting ISOs, an inverted DNS IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.
    • Block the "slabs" storage, which allows you to add additional storage to your VPS for $ 1.25 per 256 GB per month. I have not seen any other vendor offering anything similar near this price level.
    • Free Anycast IP address if you have VPS at all three locations (Las Vegas, New Jersey and Luxembourg).
    • Free DirectAdmin with all VPS.
    • Dedicated processor for Slice 4096 ($ 15 / month) and higher plans. You can use 100% of the processor all the time and it's quite fine. I do not totally control the processor, but it is still very useful, when performing full system backups, to know that they will not complain about the use of my processor.

  • All the hardware belongs, as well as the IP range. The fact that they own their range of IP addresses was very useful when transferring from San Jose to Las Vegas because all the IP addresses remained the same.
  • Traffic not measured at 1 Gb / s on all VPS
  • Great support who really knows what they're doing
  • Free Windows Server 2008/2012/2016 Licenses

The inconvenients

  • Stock is sometimes difficult to find. The most popular plans are often out of stock and you have to wait until they are replenished. By the way, I'm glad that they do not over-sell their services massively and limit the number of customers per node.
  • The stallion still lacks some features
    • No two-factor authentication
    • No ability to download custom ISOs – Need to create a support ticket

Specifications

  • CPU: Intel E3-1270 v3 at 3.50 GHz
  • Own IP addresses: Yes, AS53667 FranTech Solutions (BuyVM is a trading name of FranTech)
  • Use their own services: Yes, buyvm.net and frantech.ca are hosted on their own servers (some hosts use other hosting providers for their own websites).
  • IP Example: 209.141.56.135, 2605: 6400: 0020: 0078 :: 1
  • Data Center: VegasNAP. Network mix of Hurricane Electric and Cogent, and Voxility for optional protection against DDoS attacks

Note: The above details are for Las Vegas because it is the place that I use

Also note: I am not paid by BuyVM to post this, it's entirely my own opinions I do not even use their affiliate program or anything of the sort.

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drivers – An apparent random pattern of PKCS # 7 errors in dmesg

The error appears explicitly when launching the nvidia card with the help of bumblebee and when launching the realtek driver. And I remember well, also with the wifi driver. I have no strange behavior with the machine, it seems to work well. I have degraded the driver and kernel multiple times and the error persists. Currently, I have the latest and APT is up to date:

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I leave here a big part of the output of dmesg:

[   11.320704]    snd_hda_codec_realtek hdaudioC0D0: mono: mono_out = 0x0
[   11.320705] snd_hda_codec_realtek hdaudioC0D0: entries:
[   11.320706] snd_hda_codec_realtek hdaudioC0D0: Headset = 0x19
[   11.320707] snd_hda_codec_realtek hdaudioC0D0: Mic for headphones = 0x1a
[   11.320708] snd_hda_codec_realtek hdaudioC0D0: Internal Micro = 0x12
[   11.348139] Unsigned PKCS # 7 signature with trust key
[   11.358876] Unsigned PKCS # 7 signature with trust key
[   11.359416] Unsigned PKCS # 7 signature with trust key
[   11.399690] Bluetooth: hci0: Intel firmware fix completed and enabled
[   11.439431] Unsigned PKCS # 7 signature with trust key
[   11.447720] Unsigned PKCS # 7 signature with trust key
[   11.450533] nvidia-uvm: Loading the UVM driver in mode 8, major device number 238
[   11.474240] support: Linux support interface: v0.10
[   11.480096] Linux video capture interface: v2.00
[   11.628784] uvcvideo: UVC Camera 1.00 detected - Integrated webcam (0bda: 568a)
[   11.629867] uvcvideo 1-12: 1.0: The type of entity for the entity The extension 4 has not been initialized!
[   11.629886] uvcvideo 1-12: 1.0: The type of entity for the entity The extension 7 has not been initialized!
[   11.629887] uvcvideo 1-12: 1.0: Type of Entity for Entity Processing 2 has not been initialized!
[   11.629888] uvcvideo 1-12: 1.0: The type of entity for the entity Camera 1 has not been initialized!
[   11.629982] input: Integrated webcam: W integrated under /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:14.0/usb1/1-12/1-12:1.0/input/input19
[   11.630058] usbcore: new interface driver registered uvcvideo
[   11.630058] USB Video Class Driver (1.1.1)
[   11.787465] input: HDA Intel PCH headset microphone under /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1f.3/sound/card0/input20
[   11.975100] Added Exchange 8000508K on / dev / sda7. Priority: -2 Extents: 1 out of: 8000508k FS
[   11.997623] EXT4-fs (sda9): mounted file system with ordered data mode. Opts: (null)
[   12.196930] audit: type = 1400 audit (1552787830.489: 2): apparmor = "STATUS" operation = "profile_load" profile = "unconfined" name = "/ usr / sbin / cups-browseed" pid = 896 comm = "apparmor_parser"
[   12.197360] audit: type = 1400 audit (1552787830.489: 3): apparmor = "STATUS" operation = "profile_load" profile = "unconfined" name = "/ usr / lib / snapd / snap-confine" pid = 894 comm = "apparmor_parser"
[   12.197362] audit: type = 1400 audit (1552787830.489: 4): apparmor = "STATUS" operation = "profile_load" profile = "unconfined" name = "/ usr / lib / snapd / snap-confine // mount-name-capture-space- capture "pid = 894 comm =" apparmor_parser "
[   12.197569] audit: type = 1400 audit (1552787830.489: 5): apparmor = "STATUS" operation = "profile_load" profile = "unconfined" name = "/ snap / core / 5145 / usr / lib / snapd / snap-confine" pid = 888 comm = "apparmor_parser"
[   12.197572] audit: type = 1400 audit (1552787830.489: 6): apparmor = "STATUS" operation = "profile_load" profile = "unconfined" name = "/ snap / core / 5145 / usr / lib / snapd / snap-confine // mount- namespace-capture-helper "pid = 888 comm =" apparmor_parser "
[   12.197950] audit: type = 1400 audit (1552787830.489: 7): apparmor = "STATUS" operation = "profile_load" profile = "unconfined" name = "/ sbin / dhclient" pid = 887 comm = "apparmor_parser"
[   12.197952] audit: type = 1400 audit (1552787830.489: 8): apparmor = "STATUS" operation = "profile_load" profile = "unconfined" name = "/ usr / lib / NetworkManager / nm-dhcp-client.action" pid = 887 comm = "apparmor_parser"
[   12.197954] audit: type = 1400 audit (1552787830.489: 9): apparmor = "STATUS" operation = "profile_load" profile = "unconfined" name = "/ usr / lib / Network Manager / nm-dhcp-helper" pid = 887 comm = "apparmor_parser "
[   12.197956] audit: type = 1400 audit (1552787830.489: 10): apparmor = "STATUS" operation = "profile_load" profile = "unconfined" name = "/ usr / lib / connman / script / dhclient-script" pid = 887 comm = "apparmor_parser "
[   12.198833] audit: type = 1400 audit (1552787830.489: 11): apparmor = "STATUS" operation = "profile_load" profile = "unconfined" name = "/ usr / sbin / tcpdump" pid = 921 comm = "apparmor_parser"
[   12.722282] Bluetooth: BNEP (Ethernet emulation) version 1.3
[   12.722283] Bluetooth: BNEP Filters: Multicast Protocol
[   12.722286] Bluetooth: initialized BNEP plug layer
[   12.972202] IPv6: ADDRCONF (NETDEV_UP): enp2s0: the link is not ready
[   12.981785] hdaps: supported laptop not found!
[   12.981785] hdaps: init init of the driver failed (ret = -19)!
[   13.031013] r8169 0000: 02: 00.0 enp2s0: link down
[   13.031113] IPv6: ADDRCONF (NETDEV_UP): enp2s0: the link is not ready
[   13.034813] IPv6: ADDRCONF (NETDEV_UP): wlp3s0: the link is not ready
[   13.036681] applesmc: supported laptop not found!
[   13.036682] applesmc: driver init failed (ret = -19)!
[   13.102774] acer_wmi: Acer Laptop ACPI-WMI Extras
[   13.102780] acer_wmi: WMI interface unsupported or unsupported, unsupportable
[   13.131412] IPv6: ADDRCONF (NETDEV_UP): wlp3s0: the link is not ready
[   13.597882] nvidia-uvm: Discharge the UVM driver in mode 8
[   13.611821] IPv6: ADDRCONF (NETDEV_UP): wlp3s0: the link is not ready
[   13.712205] [drm] [nvidia-drm] [GPU ID 0x00000100]    Unloading driver
[   13.732227] nvidia-modeset: Unloading
[   13.757402] nvidia-nvlink: Nvlink kernel registration override, main device number 241
[   13.781284] bbswitch: disable discrete graphics
[   15.694575] Bluetooth: TTY RFCOMM layer initialized
[   15.694579] Bluetooth: initialized RFCOMM socket layer
[   15.694582] Bluetooth: RFCOMM version 1.11
[   18.098078] Non-volatile memory driver v1.3
[   18.934574] wlp3s0: authenticate with f8: 98: b9: 19: b9: 0c
[   18.937159] wlp3s0: send authentication to f8: 98: b9: 19: b9: 0c (try 1/3)
[   18.939361] wlp3s0: authenticated
[   18.940022] wlp3s0: associates with f8: 98: b9: 19: b9: 0c (try 1/3)
[   18.943841] wlp3s0: RX AssocResp of f8: 98: b9: 19: b9: 0c (capab = 0x1411 status = 0 help = 5)
[   18.949994] wlp3s0: associate
[   18.985699] IPv6: ADDRCONF (NETDEV_CHANGE): wlp3s0: the link is ready
[   19.014024] wlp3s0: Limitation of the transmit power to 30 (30 - 0) dBm as announced by f8: 98: b9: 19: b9: 0c
[   98.270124] bbswitch: enable discrete graphics
[   98.568294] Unsigned PKCS # 7 signature with trust key
[   98.580196] nvidia-nvlink: the Nvlink kernel is being booted, major device number 241
[   98.580508] nvidia 0000: 01: 00.0: vgaarb: VGA decoding changed: olddecodes = none, decodes = none: owns = none
[   98.679985] NVRM: loading the NVIDIA UNIX kernel module x86_64 415.27 Thu. 17:25:03 CST 2018 (use of threaded interrupts)
[   98.682947] Unsigned PKCS # 7 signature with trust key
[   98.693213] Unsigned PKCS # 7 signature with trust key
[   98.694008] nvidia-modeset: Loading NVIDIA Driver in Kernel Mode for UNIX Platforms 415.27 Thu 20 Dec. 17:06:08 CST 2018
[   98.784287] Unsigned PKCS # 7 signature with trust key
[   98.793090] Unsigned PKCS # 7 signature with trust key
[   98.793562] Unsigned PKCS # 7 signature with trust key
[   98.795220] [drm] [nvidia-drm] [GPU ID 0x00000100]    Driver loading
[   98.795222] [drm]    Nvidia-drm initialized 0.0.0 20160202 for 0000: 01: 00.0 on minor 1
[   98.893338] Unsigned PKCS # 7 signature with trust key
[   98.902801] Unsigned PKCS # 7 signature with trust key
[   98.904910] nvidia-uvm: Loading the UVM driver in mode 8, major device number 238
[  129.503090] nvidia-uvm: Discharge the UVM driver in mode 8
[  129.521886] [drm] [nvidia-drm] [GPU ID 0x00000100]    Unloading driver
[  129.561445] nvidia-modeset: Unloading
[  129.585510] nvidia-nvlink: Nvlink kernel registration override, main device number 241
[  129.614159] bbswitch: disable discrete graphics
[  129.633411] pci_raw_set_power_state: 25 reminders deleted
[  129.633414] pci 0000: 01: 00.0: Refused to change the power state, currently in D0 mode

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Under the hook_preprocess_page function, added a custom js file used to add a chart to the page.

                drupal_add_js (drupal_get_path (theme, # ****). js / loader.js, array (& # 39; type & # 39;) & # 39; ; => & # 39;; & # 39; scope & quot; => & quot; header & quot;);
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I have a query on a website that usually generates significant traffic.

Problem: The site has had two occasions with different errors.

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