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ReadyDedis  VPS 7 - ReadiDedis - VPS Review
#1
Hello there,
A few days back i received a replacement VPS as there were many issues going on with the VPS 10. Here is my review for the amazing VPS 7! 

I have been using this for 4 days now and i can say the speed and the performance of the VPS is outstanding, The network speed and the SSD are just too good. Sadly, I'm currently using it for my personal Voice Server and the ping and latency is absolutely solid!


Specs : 

Disk Space : 25GB SSD
RAM : 1GB
Virtualization : KVM
Bandwidth : Unmetered
Location : Locations are multiple like US: AT LA NY but i chose Germany
Provided by : ReadiDedis

Benchmark : 

System Info
-----------
Processor       : AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core Processor
CPU Cores       : 1 @ 3593.250 MHz
Memory          : 992 MiB
Swap            : 0 MiB
Uptime          : 4 days, 14:18,

OS              : Ubuntu 16.04.6 LTS
Arch            : x86_64 (64 Bit)
Kernel          : 4.4.0-21-generic

System Info
-----------
Processor       : AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core Processor
CPU Cores       : 1 @ 3593.250 MHz
Memory          : 992 MiB
Swap            : 0 MiB
Uptime          : 4 days, 14:18,

OS              : Ubuntu 16.04.6 LTS
Arch            : x86_64 (64 Bit)
Kernel          : 4.4.0-21-generic

Speedtest (IPv4 only)
---------------------
Your public IPv4 is xxx.xxx.xxx

Location                Provider        Speed
--------        --------        -----
CDN                     Cachefly        86.2MB/s

Atlanta, GA, US         @sohamb03       16.1MB/s
Dallas, TX, US          Softlayer       12.2MB/s
Seattle, WA, US         Softlayer       10.0MB/s
San Jose, CA, US        Softlayer       9.94MB/s
Washington, DC, US      Leaseweb        12.1MB/s

Sao Paulo, Brazil       Softlayer       7.25MB/s

Singapore               Softlayer       10.1MB/s
Taiwan                  Hinet           4.99MB/s
Tokyo, Japan            Linode          4.84MB/s

Nuremberg, Germany      Hetzner         30.9MB/s
Rotterdam, Netherlands  id3.net         60.1MB/s
Haarlem, Netherlands    Leaseweb        91.3MB/s
Milan, Italy            Softlayer       60.1MB/s

Melbourne, AU           Softlayer       6.47MB/s

Speedtest-CLI Result :
Testing from Hetzner Online GmbH (148.xx.xx.xx)...
Selecting best server based on latency...
Hosted by Keyweb AG (Erfurt) [112.91 km]: 8.493 ms
Testing download speed........................................
Download: 785.92 Mbit/s
Testing upload speed..................................................
Upload: 322.04 Mbit/s

Disk Speed :

Buffered Sequential Write Speed
-------------------------------
I/O (1st run)   : 1.9 GB/s
I/O (2nd run)   : 2.1 GB/s
I/O (3rd run)   : 2.2 GB/s
Average I/O     : 2.06667 MB/s
HDParm : 
Direct : 
/dev/vda1:
Timing O_DIRECT cached reads:   3846 MB in  2.00 seconds = 1922.70 MB/sec
Timing O_DIRECT disk reads: 7840 MB in  3.00 seconds = 2612.88 MB/sec

/dev/vda1:
 Timing O_DIRECT cached reads:   3934 MB in  2.00 seconds = 1967.23 MB/sec
 Timing O_DIRECT disk reads: 8032 MB in  3.00 seconds = 2677.11 MB/sec

Cached : 
/dev/vda1:
Timing cached reads:   23816 MB in  2.00 seconds = 11918.81 MB/sec
Timing buffered disk reads: 3246 MB in  3.00 seconds = 1081.69 MB/sec

/dev/vda1:
 Timing cached reads:   22428 MB in  2.00 seconds = 11223.47 MB/sec
 Timing buffered disk reads: 3200 MB in  3.00 seconds = 1066.61 MB/sec

Geek Bench
1260
Single-Core Score

1277
Multi-Core Score

Usage/Pros/Cons
My Usage is usually hosting a TeamSpeak3 Server and hosting a small RankSystem for my TeamSpeak3 Server and some music bots. The pros of the VPS are the performance of the VPS is pretty solid, I have seen much much more worse performance in paid one, The connection speed is impressive and as promised. The VPS is available in multiple locations, I personally chose Germany and i usually get 110MS which is pretty decent for me. I haven't encountered anytype of issue right now with the VPS, I'm pretty happy with the VPS, The specs are decent, CPU is Ryzen 3700x!
I would like to thanks ReadiDedis and Post4VPS for this amazing VPS!
I hope you like my review as it is my first review, If there are any mistakes or is there something missing please do let me know!
Regards,
Thanks to ReadyDedis and Post4VPS for the amazing VPS 7!

#2
Woah, that CPU is really solid. If the RAM offered was 3-4 GB I am sure this VPS would've been a beast for CPU intensive tasks.

Also, May I ask which Geekbench version u performed on the vps?
Thanks to ShadowHosting and Post4VPS for my VPS 5!
#3
Yes, Indeed the CPU is really amazing and solid, The Uptime and performance is amazingly solid till now, It's almost a month now!
I performed GeekBench5
Thanks to ReadyDedis and Post4VPS for the amazing VPS 7!

#4
(07-23-2020, 03:24 PM)sAmI Wrote: Yes, Indeed the CPU is really amazing and solid, The Uptime and performance is amazingly solid till now, It's almost a month now!
I performed GeekBench5

Ah I see! That's a really really impressive score then. I personally have the VPS 16 which is an amazing vps too but Its CPU is really dated considering today's standards and it is only able to perform around 200 on Geekbench 5's Single core test, which clearly this CPU blows out of the water!
Thanks to ShadowHosting and Post4VPS for my VPS 5!
#5
It is a very nice VPS, the CPU is a Ryzen 3700X!
The VPS uses 1 core and 1GB of RAM, it is a bit unbalanced to put together a powerful core with that much ram, it could cause bottleneck, but it all depends on your usage.
I/O and network speed are amazing.
Why did you choose this ubuntu edition? Isn't it a bit old? Did you tune the VPS to get the most from its resources?

For example, I use a VPS sponsored NanoKVM with the same specs (1 core 1GB of RAM) on which I installed Alpine Linux to get the most of RAM available for my use: Alpine Linux runs on 40-80MB of RAM!

Think about it, if you can!
Thanks to Post4VPS and Bladenodefor VPS 14
#6
I agree with @LightDestory .. Ryzen is quite rare on this forum amongst the sponsored VPSes. It's really amazing to see that ReadyDedis is sponsoring a VPS with such a powerful CPU.

Besides amazing review @sAmI. It's quite detailed and I like the presentation in particular.

Talking about the CPU again, this VPS has a perfect use case in CPU intensive processes like Discord bots and framework like Django and Flask, which do not require much RAM as such. Smile

But yeah, even on a 1 GB RAM VPS, I'd rather use CentOS. It's lightweight, stable and moreover I'm quite used to it though I've used other OS too. All my VPSes run CentOS and I'm having fabulous performance from each one! Smile

Regards,
Sayan Bhattacharyya,

Heartiest thanks to Post4VPS and Virmach for my wonderful VPS 9!
#7
I'm interested in the disk I/O performance of the Post4VPS VPSs with NVMe SSD-backed storage (ie VPS-7, VPS-13, VPS-14.)

Thus can you please run the following commands on your VPS and share the output with us:
# Your block device details
lsblk --output "NAME,KNAME,MODEL,HCTL,SIZE,VENDOR,SUBSYSTEMS"

# Investigating the used kernel drivers (virtio vs nvme)
lsmod | grep virt
lsmod | grep nvm

# Disk Seek Rate:
ioping -R /dev/vda (or /dev/sda)

# Disk Sequential Speed:
ioping -RL /dev/vda (or /dev/sda)

Finally, I'm also interested in the results of the fio Disk Speed Tests (Mixed R/W 50/50), which is included in the "Yet-Another-Bench-Script" available on github:
https://github.com/masonr/yet-another-bench-script

To avoid running all the tests, you can restrict it to the disk speed with the ig flags:
./yabs.sh -ig

Thanks!
VirMach's Buffalo_VPS-9 Holder (Dec. 20 - July 21)
microLXC's Container Holder (july 20 - ?)
VirMach's Phoenix_VPS-9 Holder (Apr. 20 - June 20)
NanoKVM's NAT-VPS Holder (jan. 20 - ?)
#8
(04-27-2021, 04:59 AM)fChk Wrote: I'm interested in the disk I/O performance of the Post4VPS VPSs with NVMe SSD-backed storage (ie VPS-7, VPS-13, VPS-14.)

Thus can you please run the following commands on your VPS and share the output with us:
..........

# Your block device [email protected]:~# lsblk --output "NAME,KNAME,MODEL,HCTL,SIZE,VENDOR,SUBSYSTEMS"
NAME   KNAME MODEL HCTL SIZE VENDOR SUBSYSTEMS
vda    vda               25G 0x1af4 block:virtio:pci
└─vda1 vda1              25G        block:virtio:pci

These two commands did not gave any output
# Investigating the used kernel drivers (virtio vs nvme)
lsmod | grep virt
lsmod | grep nvm


# Disk Seek Rate:

32.9 k requests completed in 3.00 s, 11.2 k iops, 43.8 MiB/s
min/avg/max/mdev = 2 us / 89 us / 832 us / 77 us


# Disk Sequential Speed:
6.50 k requests completed in 3.00 s, 2.19 k iops, 547.1 MiB/s
min/avg/max/mdev = 86 us / 456 us / 5.45 ms / 171 us




Here is the Yet-Another-Benchmark Script!
Basic System Information:
---------------------------------
Processor  : AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core Processor
CPU cores  : 1 @ 3593.248 MHz
AES-NI     : ✔ Enabled
VM-x/AMD-V : ❌ Disabled
RAM        : 992.4 MiB
Swap       : 0.0 KiB
Disk       : 24.6 GiB

fio Disk Speed Tests (Mixed R/W 50/50):
---------------------------------
Block Size | 4k            (IOPS) | 64k           (IOPS)
 ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
Read       | 278.10 MB/s  (69.5k) | 2.33 GB/s    (36.5k)
Write      | 278.83 MB/s  (69.7k) | 2.34 GB/s    (36.7k)
Total      | 556.93 MB/s (139.2k) | 4.68 GB/s    (73.2k)
          |                      |
Block Size | 512k          (IOPS) | 1m            (IOPS)
 ------   | ---            ----  | ----           ----
Read       | 3.33 GB/s     (6.5k) | 3.42 GB/s     (3.3k)
Write      | 3.51 GB/s     (6.8k) | 3.65 GB/s     (3.5k)
Total      | 6.85 GB/s    (13.3k) | 7.08 GB/s     (6.9k)

Thank you  for your input!
Thanks to ReadyDedis and Post4VPS for the amazing VPS 7!

#9
Thanks! @sAmI

(04-27-2021, 11:34 AM)sAmI Wrote: (......)
These two commands did not gave any output
# Investigating the used kernel drivers (virtio vs nvme)
lsmod | grep virt
lsmod | grep nvm
(......)

Okay!.. Can you please submit the output of these commands -run as root- instead:
lshw -class storage
lshw -class disk
# for latency
ioping -c 15 /home/mysudoer
# needs root
ioping -c 15 /dev/vda


Edited!..
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#10
(04-27-2021, 02:43 PM)fChk Wrote: Thanks! @sAmI


Okay!.. Can you please submit the output of these commands -run as root- instead:
lshw -class storage
lshw -class disk
# for latency
ioping -c 15 /home/mysudoer
# needs root
ioping -c 15 /dev/vda


Edited!..

[email protected]:~# lshw -class storage
 *-ide
      description: IDE interface
      product: 82371SB PIIX3 IDE [Natoma/Triton II]
      vendor: Intel Corporation
      physical id: 1.1
      bus info: [email protected]:00:01.1
      version: 00
      width: 32 bits
      clock: 33MHz
      capabilities: ide bus_master
      configuration: driver=ata_piix latency=0
      resources: irq:0 ioport:1f0(size=8) ioport:3f6 ioport:170(size=8) ioport:376 ioport:c0a0(size=16)
 *-scsi
      description: SCSI storage controller
      product: Virtio block device
      vendor: Red Hat, Inc
      physical id: 5
      bus info: [email protected]:00:05.0
      version: 00
      width: 64 bits
      clock: 33MHz
      capabilities: scsi msix bus_master cap_list
      configuration: driver=virtio-pci latency=0
      resources: irq:0 ioport:c000(size=64) memory:febd6000-febd6fff memory:fe004000-fe007fff
[email protected]:~# lshw -class disk (This didnt gave anyyy outpuT)
[email protected]:~#

# for latency
[email protected]:/home# ioping -c 15 /home/
4 KiB from /home/ (ext4 /dev/vda1): request=1 time=216 us
4 KiB from /home/ (ext4 /dev/vda1): request=2 time=341 us
4 KiB from /home/ (ext4 /dev/vda1): request=3 time=307 us
4 KiB from /home/ (ext4 /dev/vda1): request=4 time=221 us
4 KiB from /home/ (ext4 /dev/vda1): request=5 time=247 us
4 KiB from /home/ (ext4 /dev/vda1): request=6 time=264 us
4 KiB from /home/ (ext4 /dev/vda1): request=7 time=271 us
4 KiB from /home/ (ext4 /dev/vda1): request=8 time=267 us
4 KiB from /home/ (ext4 /dev/vda1): request=9 time=423 us
4 KiB from /home/ (ext4 /dev/vda1): request=10 time=274 us

# needs root
4 KiB from /dev/vda (block device 25 GiB): request=1 time=111 us
4 KiB from /dev/vda (block device 25 GiB): request=2 time=432 us
4 KiB from /dev/vda (block device 25 GiB): request=3 time=122 us
4 KiB from /dev/vda (block device 25 GiB): request=4 time=582 us
4 KiB from /dev/vda (block device 25 GiB): request=5 time=628 us
4 KiB from /dev/vda (block device 25 GiB): request=6 time=300 us
4 KiB from /dev/vda (block device 25 GiB): request=7 time=142 us
4 KiB from /dev/vda (block device 25 GiB): request=8 time=102 us
4 KiB from /dev/vda (block device 25 GiB): request=9 time=528 us
4 KiB from /dev/vda (block device 25 GiB): request=10 time=111 us
4 KiB from /dev/vda (block device 25 GiB): request=11 time=131 us
Thanks to ReadyDedis and Post4VPS for the amazing VPS 7!



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