RackNerd – KVM and OpenVZ plans, outside the new facilities! From $ 17.65 a year!

RackNerd sent a new agreement for the community, with plans for its latest installation that has incredible network connectivity, one that they say leaves customers excited.

For this new year, they are running a sale in 2 KVM and 1 OpenVZ packages.
The OpenVZ package is provisioned from our DC-01 data center location, while KVM specials are provisioned at its new DC-02 data center location.

Another fun gift is that RackNerd is giving away free RackNerd pens to anyone who orders and opens a ticket requesting that one be sent (must be based in the US).

Your WHOIS is public and you can find your ToS / Legal Documents here. PayPal, credit cards and Alipay are accepted as payment methods.

As always, if you order from them, we encourage our readers to share their thoughts below in the comments section.

This is what they had to say:

“RackNerd presents infrastructure stability and provides dedicated servers, private cloud solutions, DRaaS (disaster recovery as a service), flexible placement, virtual private servers and advanced DDoS mitigation services, maintained by a team with decades of experience in managed services , data center operations and infrastructure as a service. With an intrinsic focus on customer success and growth, RackNerd has grown steadily while continuing to offer high quality hosting services at competitive prices. "

Here are their offers:


  • 3x vCPU Core
  • RAID-10 storage in 25 GB SSD cache
  • 2048 MB of RAM
  • 3000 GB premium bandwidth
  • 1 Gbps public network port
  • Full root administrator access
  • 1 dedicated IPv4 address
  • KVM / SolusVM control panel: restart, reinstall, rDNS administration and much more
  • LOCATION: Los Angeles DC-02
  • $ 21.80 / year

LEB NEW YEAR – 2.5GB KVM Flash Sale

  • 3x vCPU Core
  • RAID-10 storage in 40 GB SSD cache
  • 2560 MB of RAM
  • 5000 GB of premium bandwidth
  • 1 Gbps public network port
  • Full root administrator access
  • 1 dedicated IPv4 address
  • KVM / SolusVM control panel: restart, reinstall, rDNS administration and much more
  • LOCATION: Los Angeles DC-02
  • $ 27.80 / year


  • 1x vCPU Core
  • RAID-10 storage in 60GB SSD cache
  • 2048 MB of RAM
  • 2500 GB premium bandwidth
  • 1 Gbps public network port
  • Full root administrator access
  • 1 dedicated IPv4 address
  • OpenVZ 7 / SolusVM control panel: restart, reinstall, rDNS administration and much more
  • LOCATION: Los Angeles DC-01
  • $ 17.65 / year


CoreSite Alameda LA2 (RackNerd DC-01) – Los Angeles, CA, United States

IPv4 test:

Test file: http://lg-lax.racknerd.com/1000MB.test

Aon Center Building (RackNerd DC-02) – Los Angeles, CA, United States

IPv4 test:

Test file: http://lg-lax02.racknerd.com/1000MB.test

Host node specifications:

KVM nodes

– 2x Intel Xeon E5-2650v2

– 256 GB of RAM

– 4x 4TB Enterprise HDD

– LSI Hardware RAID10 with SSD caching

– Dual 1 Gbps uplinks

OpenVZ nodes

– 2x Intel Xeon E5-2620v2

– 256 GB of RAM

– 4x 4TB Enterprise HDD

– LSI Hardware RAID10 with SSD caching

– Dual 1 Gbps uplinks

Let us know if you have any questions / comments and enjoy!

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Background: I just updated from xenial to bionic using do-release-upgrade. It was a bit of an adventure, due to the update procedure that corrupts my sources.list. Some crucial packages were not installed because apt no longer knew them. I passed that and now I have a functional system, but I would like to know if something else is missing. If I could find a list of bionic facility packages by default, I could make a comparison.

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According to me, if you want to lead a comfortable commercial life, you must first choose the broker that does not restrict any commercial techniques with speculation and coverage. In my business career, since my first trading day, I have been using LQDFX, which always guarantees the best trading environment to use any trading technique by providing lower trading margins and minimum margin requirements. So, my commercial life is very comfortable.

As a Forex trader, you must use risk and money management in your operations with the right trading agent. An appropriate commercial broker may provide correct business services. A correct trading broker is ForexOne. They have a good relationship with their clients. Your customers are very satisfied with your service and facilities. I have the best risk and money management in my negotiation. My trade is going well.

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Kafka mirror for aggregation of records at AWS ELK facilities

I need to pump all my records to AWS ELK from local servers (via direct connection). For that I will use Kafka to store messages. We are planning to apply the QoS rules and ensure that these log messages consume a given percentage of the network bandwidth (to avoid affecting the other important messages; it is okay to have some delay in the synchronization of the log between the facilities and AWS ), therefore, I am thinking of having a Kafka mirror between the facilities and AWS to allow log messages to synchronize slowly with the given bandwidth

My question is whether it is a good idea to use a Kafka mirror for this. Is that an exaggeration?

Appreciate any comments about the overall architecture too

Thank you

Commercial facilities

It would be excellent if we obtained a wide range of negotiation facilities from our brokers, such as superior execution for negotiation, security of funds in any type of deposit, lower negotiation differentials to use any type of negotiation techniques, high leverage, requirements Minimum margin, low transaction cost, easy withdrawal system and much more that are of great help to lead a comfortable business life safely.

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To negotiate a perfect broker is important. I know a broker that has the best negotiation facilities. That is why I got into the XeroMarkets broker. It has a trading platform with exhibition development. It does not influence the impostor candles so that they like other brokers. It does not quote again when filing the claim even at peak time. In addition, it has enabled the robot trade on its platform. I am really happy with the broker.

Google Play Store – No application could be installed – How to find out what was blocking the facilities?

I couldn't update / install any application today, using Play Store, F-Droid or Play Store on my work partition, even though I had more than 500 MB free on my phone (Pixel XL with Android 9.0).

I have 2 theories about why this happened, and I would like more low-level information to try to find out definitely why it happened. I think it has also happened before.

Theory 1 is that the flash memory in the device is being leveled by wear, and part of it has become unusable because it has been written too many times and is "dead", but for some reason Android, or perhaps the underlying Linux kernel , keep reporting unusable blocks as "free space". So, although it seemed that I had 500 MB free, I really had less.

Theory 2 is that Play Store in my work partition somehow silently makes the installations in my personal partition fail until it "gets away with it" and manages to install the updates it wants to install. (This seems very unlikely to be intentional, if so, there was no warning about this in any of the terms and conditions I subscribed to when I created a work partition, to my memory. Also, it doesn't explain why even 500 MB free is not enough to install a relatively small update).

When I released even more space (by uninstalling 2 applications on my work partition) Play Store on my work partition was able to update the 5 applications that had to be updated, when I manually pressed update on them. Then F-Droid was able to update the applications again. It seems that I'm fine, for now … oh wait, I talked too soon, it's happening again.

The two work applications that were uninstalled were automatically introduced into my device and reinstalled, which for me casts doubt on the theory that it was a lack of unusable space / space (theory 1).

I uninstalled them again, and now I can install applications again … for now.

Can I get additional information about what was happening with adb or something?

I have already tried df in termux and it doesn't show me anything useful: it's just changing the free space of a partition. I have read the text wall of previous solutions, but they don't seem to be relevant or don't make much sense to me.

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