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Poll: Should we add Xen servers?

Yes 82% (32)
No 17% (7)

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Well, our provider will soon be introducing windows VPS servers (Yes, it's no secret who our provider is). So once they release them, our website will be updated so that you can get windows VPS as well as Linux.

Also, our provider has recently introduced Xen VPS, they are a tad more expensive than the ones we currently use (OpenVZ), but some people may prefer them. You can easily find out what the difference between OpenVZ and Xen is by googling "Difference between OpenVZ and Xen VPS". It's not a massive difference, but there is a difference. So please answer the poll above, thank you.

Lastly, a new design for the website is coming soon, so be on the lookout for that.

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Laim Howe what's Xen VPS? I NO UNDERSTAND.
Avainer1 wrote:
Laim Howe what's Xen VPS? I NO UNDERSTAND.

Do you seriously have nothing better to do than sit around, pointlessly making the most stupendously bad comments known to man?

GreatFisher wrote:
Avainer1 wrote:
Laim Howe what's Xen VPS? I NO UNDERSTAND.

Do you seriously have nothing better to do than sit around, pointlessly making the most stupendously bad comments known to man?

NO

GreatFisher wrote:
Avainer1 wrote:
Laim Howe what's Xen VPS? I NO UNDERSTAND.

Do you seriously have nothing better to do than sit around, pointlessly making the most stupendously bad comments known to man?


He asked a legitimate question, although the Liam "Hoe" thing was really not needed and stupid/rude.
Exactly making the comment stupid, If you asking someone a question and want an answer then you don't try and be funny with their name or act in other way childish. Alternatively he could follow the instructions in the post that would him to his answer...
GreatFisher wrote:
Exactly making the comment stupid, If you asking someone a question and want an answer then you don't try and be funny with their name or act in other way childish. Alternatively he could follow the instructions in the post that would him to his answer...

Does it matter? I personally believe it should be answered no matter how its asked, but of course that's my opinion
And yet Liam provided a means of getting the answer to that question in the post.
Themain reason that I have found is that Xen is more like a dedicated server, whereas OpenVZ edges towards OS behaviour. That's what I've learned through google.

As for the joke, I don't really care about it, you can all call me whatever you like I'm not really interested in what I'm called. Call me plum face or something for all I care lol. You'd get the same reply to what I would give if you call me Liam.
If you add xen server, maybe you will lose some clients.. but, the good part of it is that Teka CoHost will have higher host quality.

I prefer a better quality host, then a cheap and lower quality one.
Liam.ManPoints+=10
Atol, we would still keep the OpenVZ servers, Xen servers would be getting added, not replacing lol.
Liam Howe wrote:
Call me plum face or something for all I care lol.

And then you were forever known as Plum face to me.
Liam Howe wrote:
Atol, we would still keep the OpenVZ servers, Xen servers would be getting added, not replacing lol.

Oh lol xD..

It think its a good idea to add Xen servers then.
NO!

ADD PLUTO SERVERS!
I don't really see a big deal with it, they're both -almost- the samething, but some performance improvements (Xen).

Also, are you working on the forums already? If not, I could of help with that, if needed.