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kkalfun

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I signed up for a Dual Xeon E5, 480GB SSD, 32GB server for $59 a month. Sucks that it won't support hardware transcoding but I am very interested to see the difference in reliability. I am going to give this server a try for a couple of weeks. I can report back here for any who are interested in finding a North American host.

FYI, my speeds to Hetzner are very good this evening with 175Mbps down.
I know it hasn't even been a week yet (lol), but how is it so far? How many remote streams do you normally do? Just thinking if I want to get the i7 6700k for HW transcoding or not.
 

UncleBuck

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I know it hasn't even been a week yet (lol), but how is it so far? How many remote streams do you normally do? Just thinking if I want to get the i7 6700k for HW transcoding or not.
I have not fully migrated to the WholeSaleInternet. I installed and configured PG. Speedtests are great but speeds to the tdrive are horrible. Speedtest shows 800Mbps upload but when uploading a file to the tdrive I get around 2Mbps. Usnet download speeds are also less then desired at around 30Mbps. I have tried reinstalling PG and tried a different OS. No matter what I do I get the same results.
 

sixshooterz

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Speedtests are great but speeds to the tdrive are horrible. Speedtest shows 800Mbps upload but when uploading a file to the tdrive I get around 2Mbps. Usnet download speeds are also less then desired at around 30Mbps. I have tried reinstalling PG and tried a different OS. No matter what I do I get the same results.
I was with wholesaleinternet years ago. I had to run my Usenet and torrents thru VPN as I did get a warning once for my Usenet usage. I’ve been looking into getting a Hetzner machine in Finland but these speed issues worry me a bit, even if they are intermittent.

Be careful what you do on wholesaleinternet as they will shut ya down. Route thru a VPN and save yourself any headaches.
 

kkalfun

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I was with wholesaleinternet years ago. I had to run my Usenet and torrents thru VPN as I did get a warning once for my Usenet usage. I’ve been looking into getting a Hetzner machine in Finland but these speed issues worry me a bit, even if they are intermittent.

Be careful what you do on wholesaleinternet as they will shut ya down. Route thru a VPN and save yourself any headaches.
I was thinking of just running plex on wholesaleinternet, and hetzner as the feeder. Even if the speeds were inconsistent - I wouldn't be too concerned.
 

UncleBuck

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I never had problems with wholesale. I ran a dedicated so I'm unsure why unless a vps was used.
I am running a dedicated with Dual Xeon processor and 480GB SSD. No matter how I set things up I have a few issues.

As noted my downloads speeds vis sabnzbd are less than expected but not horrible.

When I run the Blitz command here are my results. On hetzner I would normally see around 30M/s upload and you can see here I am getting 3.5M/s. Also there is an error reading the log files. I have been running a stable Hetzner Dedi for months now so I thought maybe I am doing something wrong since I had not installed from scratch in a long time. I went and got me a Hetzner VPS for testing. Set that up the exact same way and no issues what so ever. I then had WSI reload my OS. Did the install again and same exact issues. So something is up with WSI.

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mobo

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It seems I fixed my network issue on the hetzner server. I am not sure if all of them or only one fixed it or if it is fixed permanently. I have 2 nights without issues now. Had issues every night for 2 weeks before.

Thats what i did:

* Perform speed test from Hetzner support (they didn't find issues)
* Moved BGBlitz from Ubuntu to Debian
* Moved BGBlitz from v8.5.6 to v8.6.5
* Routing all traffic over cloudflare network
 

eclipseserena

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It seems I fixed my network issue on the hetzner server. I am not sure if all of them or only one fixed it or if it is fixed permanently. I have 2 nights without issues now. Had issues every night for 2 weeks before.

Thats what i did:

* Perform speed test from Hetzner support (they didn't find issues)
* Moved BGBlitz from Ubuntu to Debian
* Moved BGBlitz from v8.5.6 to v8.6.5
* Routing all traffic over cloudflare network
Probably that 4th one fixed it
 

Alex55

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I have the same terrible speed and i change it with a German data center and now everything its perfect.
 

UncleBuck

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Probably that 4th one fixed it
I think most of us having the issue were already using cloudflare. I know I was. The only thing @mobo did that would be different from my setup is switching to Debian. A while back I remember someone saying that the Hetzner Ubuntu image had some issues.

Either way I have not had any issues for the last two days myself and nothing changed on my end. So whatever the issue was I think it may have been fixed.
 
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H1f0x

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The issue is not fixed apparently :( I still got issues last night.. terrible ones too.
 

sudomonkey

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It's been ongoing for me as well, pretty frustrating when for once it wasn't because I decided to "tweak" something. I'm testing out a incero now to see how that works out. I'm at the same $40 price point but on a weaker system in comparison but with a much closer data center. What I learned was man it's easy to restore my data, plex had virtually no down time.
 

pb1051

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I switched to a server in Hetzner's Germany data center. Been testing for two days and so far my speed tests are faster than they ever were on the Finland data center.
Can you tell me how you made the switch? Did you send in a complaint that your performance was low and request a server with the same build in Germany?
 

astroshare

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I have a EX62-NVM in Finland and although it's not the fastest speeds to the US, it's working fine and stable.

Code:
 Benchmark started on 04-Sep-2019 12:38:50

 ## System Information

 OS Name     : Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS (64 bit)
 Kernel      :  / 4.15.0-58-generic
 Hostname    : zeus
 CPU Model   : Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-9900K CPU @ 3.60GHz
 CPU Cores   : 16 cores @  1924.500 MHz
 CPU Cache   : 16384 KB
 Total RAM   : 64332 MiB (Free 58005 MiB)
 Total SWAP  : 65471 MiB (Free 65124MiB)
 Total Space : 6.1PB (1% used)
 Running for : 7days - 19hrs 27min 21sec


 ## CDN Speedtest

 CacheFly :  78.19 MiB/s |  625.49 Mbps  | ping  27.972ms
 CDN.net  :   1.01 KiB/s |    0.01 Mbps  | ping   8.983ms

 ## North America Speedtest

 Softlayer, Washington, USA :       0 B/s |      N/A       | ping error!
 SoftLayer, San Jose, USA   : 386.93 KiB/s |    3.02 Mbps  | ping 168.985ms
 SoftLayer, Dallas, USA     : 447.26 KiB/s |    3.49 Mbps  | ping error!
 Vultr, New Jersey, USA     :  19.36 MiB/s |  154.91 Mbps  | ping 103.966ms
 Vultr, Seattle, USA        :   9.65 MiB/s |   77.21 Mbps  | ping 161.841ms
 Vultr, Dallas, USA         :   8.35 MiB/s |   66.79 Mbps  | ping 145.725ms
 Vultr, Los Angeles, USA    :   9.75 MiB/s |   78.02 Mbps  | ping 162.001ms
 Ramnode, New York, USA     :   1.51 MiB/s |   12.06 Mbps  | ping 101.349ms
 Ramnode, Atlanta, USA      :   1.09 MiB/s |    8.72 Mbps  | ping 123.424ms
 OVH, Beauharnois, Canada   :   1.01 MiB/s |    8.09 Mbps  | ping 104.811ms


 ## Europe Speedtest

 Vultr, London, UK            :  59.70 MiB/s |  477.61 Mbps  | ping  36.090ms
 LeaseWeb, Frankfurt, Germany :  31.29 MiB/s |  250.31 Mbps  | ping  28.184ms
 Hetzner, Germany             :  39.78 MiB/s |  318.22 Mbps  | ping  23.540ms
 Ramnode, Alblasserdam, NL    :  32.69 MiB/s |  261.55 Mbps  | ping  51.664ms
 Vultr, Amsterdam, NL         :  68.45 MiB/s |  547.57 Mbps  | ping  29.627ms
 EDIS, Stockholm, Sweden      :   2.35 KiB/s |    0.02 Mbps  | ping   8.861ms
 OVH, Roubaix, France         :  37.06 MiB/s |  296.52 Mbps  | ping  36.697ms
 Online, France               :  24.91 MiB/s |  199.25 Mbps  | ping  45.211ms
 Prometeus, Milan, Italy      :  24.40 MiB/s |  195.22 Mbps  | ping  35.739ms


 ## Exotic Speedtest

 Sydney, Australia     :   1.16 MiB/s |    9.25 Mbps  | ping 322.376ms
 Lagoon, New Caledonia :  98.95 KiB/s |    0.77 Mbps  | ping 375.116ms
 Hosteasy, Moldova     :  31.22 MiB/s |  249.77 Mbps  | ping  61.987ms
 Prima, Argentina      : 107.40 KiB/s |    0.84 Mbps  | ping error!


 ## Asia Speedtest

 SoftLayer, Singapore : 352.16 KiB/s |    2.75 Mbps  | ping 182.680ms
 Linode, Tokyo, Japan :ping: speedtest.tokyo.linode.com: Name or service not known
       0 B/s |      N/A       | ping error!
 Linode, Singapore    :   6.62 MiB/s |   52.95 Mbps  | ping 178.077ms
 Vultr, Tokyo, Japan  :   4.06 MiB/s |   32.45 Mbps  | ping 275.591ms


 ## IO Test

 CPU Speed:
    bzip2 512MB -   191 MB/s
   sha256 512MB -   305 MB/s
   md5sum 512MB -   839 MB/s

 Disk Speed (512MB):
   I/O Speed  - 2.9 GB/s
   I/O Direct - 100 MB/s

 RAM Speed (1024MB):
   Avg. write - 5597.9 MB/s
   Avg. read  - 8430.9 MB/s

 Benchmark finished in 120 seconds
 

UncleBuck

Senior Member
Staff
Can you tell me how you made the switch? Did you send in a complaint that your performance was low and request a server with the same build in Germany?
Hetzner had free server setups in July so I just purchased a new server, migrated my setup over to it and then cancelled my old server.
 

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