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    posted a message on Looking for a 1GB dedicated memory VPS. Need trial first.
    Reposting this, since the silly mods had deleted it for some odd reason.

    I can vouch for MCLayer for Minecraft VPSes. Burstable RAM is usually a sign of possible attempt of overselling a server, and those VPSes run on OpenVZ. That's why burstable RAM is generally bad practice. However, OpenVZ works well when it's not oversold.

    1024MB burstable + 1024MB dedicated is... well, you get nothing extra, only 1024MB dedicated or the whole 1024MB is shared with everyone. o_O If you'd like to have 2GB RAM, then you'd refer it as "1GB dedicated and 2048MB burstable RAM".

    PS: I can also recommend AstoundingHost as well if you manage your own VPS. Good luck with your search.
    Posted in: Hosting Requests
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    posted a message on Minecraft won't work, no matter what I try. HELP PLEASE!
    Update your Java. Post your "java -version" here from command line (Win + R -> Type "cmd" on Windows).
    Posted in: Legacy Support
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    posted a message on Need a host for a server
    What is your budget, required slots and preferred location?
    Posted in: Hosting Requests
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    posted a message on Hosting my Server
    It's unlikely you'll find a reliable free host from here, as most are commercial, but my recommendation is to throw in a few dollars ($2-4) per month for hosting. If you can't pay it yourself, ask your friends or parents to help you out. 256MB may be able to hold 4 players, but go with 378MB or 512MB to be on the safe side. Good luck with your search.
    Posted in: Hosting Requests
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    posted a message on In need of a decent server host
    Sorry to hear about your experiences.

    To be exact, companies do not need to provide support after buying a VPS, especially if they're unmanaged (which I believe you bought). You need to setup your own Linux system on it. i5 or i7 isn't qualified server hardware either, but performs decently.

    3GB should be fine. I'll vouch for Elpis Host above, they got a great reputation and friendly support. JJServers is considered a budget host, but they may also work for you. Good luck with your search!
    Posted in: Hosting Requests
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    posted a message on Looking for a good server host
    What's your budget, slot requirement estimation and preferred location?
    Posted in: Hosting Requests
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    posted a message on Looking for cheap/free server host to run a server for a week max so that I can run a survival games.
    That's probably going to cost $15/month minimum, it's very unlikely you'll find a free reliable server from here. Good luck with your search.
    Posted in: Hosting Requests
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    posted a message on Need A New Server Host
    Quote from zachoooo

    Lol, I'll give MPServ a call tomorrow. Thanks for pointing me to them.


    No problem, and good luck. Add me on Skype if you have any questions: GamingJuze
    Posted in: Hosting Requests
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    posted a message on Need A New Server Host
    I'm not entirely sure about MPServ locations in the USA, but they have at least New York and probably a few more. New York is great for European players too.

    Elpis Host only offers Texas at the moment. The location is not really ever an issue for Minecraft though.

    But yeah, if you have a high budget for it, pick one of those two. MPServ actually has been here since Minecraft Alpha, so I'd bet you'd like their USA hosting. I could also mention AllGamer, but it may get out of your budget...

    If you want to discuss with me on Skype, just PM me and I'd be happy to help you choose a host.
    Posted in: Hosting Requests
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    posted a message on Need A New Server Host
    What's your max budget you're looking for and a preferred location?

    I think MPServ or Elpis Host would be probably your best bet for that. If you're up for budget hosting though ($10/GB), check out NeuronHosting, JJServers or Max's MC Servers.
    Posted in: Hosting Requests
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    posted a message on Looking for a free server host!
    Chip in a few dollars per month for hosting, ask your friends or parents to help. It's unlikely you'll find a free host from here reliably, since most are commercial, but 3 slots doesn't seem bad to host for some companies for a good reason.
    Posted in: Hosting Requests
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    posted a message on 40-100Slots server needed, With teamspeak3 and domain!
    Quote from mikeambrose3

    I can recommend ExodusHosting though :D Their support is great from experience ( ;) ) and they own their hardware.


    Why not mention the other hosters like NeuronHosting, JJServers or Max's MC Servers too? Most specifically, at least NeuronHosting has their own colocated hardware.

    On related note, OP hasn't got a single reply in his numerous server spam threads which should be nuked by moderators, and he's got some previous threads:

    http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/1181024-free-20slot-2gig-ram
    http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/1208682-250-400-slot-server

    Also spamming his server in wrong sections, hosters beware.
    Posted in: Hosting Requests
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    posted a message on Cheap 128MB Ram Minecraft Server!
    Your CPU is going to stress out under the load. I don't recommend running more than 2-4 servers on it, unfortunately.

    Also, you can change your title in the advanced editor.
    Posted in: Other hosts
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    posted a message on 40-100Slots server needed, With teamspeak3 and domain!
    You're not going to find that price anywhere reliably, unless you build your own server and colocate it in a datacenter. Good luck with your search.

    Also, Hosting Requests, please.
    Posted in: Hosting Requests
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    posted a message on Public Server Needed For CodeFilmsNodigit Fans
    Quote from CodeFilmsNodigit

    Yeah I Will Take 20. I Want a Free One So I Might Consider This


    Remember, it's "pay for what you get", you might be getting a low-quality experience with free hosts from an unreliable host (not a company).
    Posted in: Hosting Requests
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