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May 9, 2013MultiMinecraft posted a message on MultiMinecraft | $9.99/GB | 5+ Locations! | E3V2's & SSD's! | ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY! | Best Hardware Available!We've just announced our $9.99/GB promo! Contact our sales team to get hooked upPosted in: Other hosts
May 7, 2013MultiMinecraft posted a message on MultiMinecraft | $9.99/GB | 5+ Locations! | E3V2's & SSD's! | ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY! | Best Hardware Available!We are now offering some very crazy deals on our Standard packages in select locations. Please submit a sales ticket for more information!Posted in: Other hosts
Dec 21, 2012MultiMinecraft posted a message on MultiMinecraft | $9.99/GB | 5+ Locations! | E3V2's & SSD's! | ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY! | Best Hardware Available!Some crazy specials available for Philadelphia, Chicago and Buffalo !Posted in: Other hosts
Premium in LA also has some special offers available as well. Please do contact our sales staff!
Dec 7, 2012Posted in: Other hostsQuote from Hawkman1297
I would like to buy a server, and, because my friends and I all live in the southeast, I would like to have the server hosted in Atlanta, GA. I understand that it isn't out yet, but on your website, the option to have the server hosted there is available. If I purchase a server with the option for Atlanta, GA selected, is this just like pre-ordering it? Also, does the month start when hosting starts in Atlanta or right when I buy it?
Thanks in advance; I've heard and seen lots of great reviews for MultiMinecraft, so I'm excited to buy a server from you guys!
I apologize for the slow response on forums. This isn't our main method of contact regarding sales question. I also believe you have submitted a ticket regarding this? if not, then it was a similar case that we have taken care of.
When you select Atlanta, GA, your order will not be provisioned until it is all ready. We can also have your service provisioned in another location first, then put you on our prioritized waiting list for Atlanta, GA, and once it is live, we can have your server transitioned over with little to no downtime.
Let us know if you have any further questions
Nov 22, 2012MultiMinecraft posted a message on [Looking for host] Skyland Wars Server [100% custom coded!]Responded to your ticket =)Posted in: Hosting Requests
Nov 15, 2012Posted in: Hosting RequestsQuote from lele0108
1. Our network, has a 99.999% uptime (stated in our SLA), and has not been down yet. We use HE, nLayer, AND Level(3), and we have NOT had a network downtime since we moved in our DC.
2. This a full node, so less than 75% is good. What's the point if you only use 50% of your CPU? These graphs are 1 week long usage graphs, so they show that we do not have CPU and RAM issues on our nodes. Nor do we oversell. Since we put all of our servers in VPSs, we can easily control CPU usage on abusing servers, and delegate vCore's around the server.
3. Don't have time to do this, but we can confirm that we run on one of the best networks.
4. We tested these locations to the same DC and IP, so you can be assured that it is accurate.
Also, he is no longer a client.
1) You keep saying YOUR network, and you have a 99.999% Uptime SLA. What is the AS number, and do you mind doing a BGP show route? Having HE, nLayer, and LEVEL3 in a mix is only so useful. I hope that you practice proper route engineering procedures, as many times routes will be forced through HE / nLayer due to preferences by the end-user ISPs.
2) I'm pretty sure you did not read my statement. Please read it again. 50% of usage on a AMD processor based on that arcitecture would mean that each module is under close100% load, as 2 cores share one module. Same goes with Intel processors, however the ramifications of loading over 40-50% is even higher.
3) Once again, you say you "run". Please provide the ASN.
4) I'm going to re-iterate what I've stated earlier "While it contains some relevance, you are not stating which locations you are testing to. Different datacenters or POP's will have different network carriers, and different /24 will also contain different routing rules as well."
Which datacenters are you testing from, or testing to?
PS: I have nothing against you, or your company. However, I just want to clear up certain things for the public, as well as what this ex-client was stating.
Nov 15, 2012Posted in: Hosting Requests
You might want to work directly with that client off the forums.
Just our one cent-
1) Uptime looks good, but it does not determine if there was a fault with the network causing downtime. ( Network loss is still considered downtime )
2) I really hope that you aren't using the new bulldozer or piledriver architecture, none the less CPU based on hyperthreading. An average of 57% is REALLY high. I wouldn't even dare go over 40% on a Intel processor with Hyperthreading. With AMD processors built on the bulldozer / piledriver architecture where 2 cores will sure one module, I would try to keep it below 55% at all times.
3) Try a speed test to various locations, than just using cachefly which is anycasted to the nearest location to your server. That should be able to prove your actual network throughput
4) While it contains some relevance, you are not stating which locations you are testing to. Different datacenters or POP's will have different network carriers, and different /24 will also contain different routing rules as well.
Nov 12, 2012Hello All,Posted in: Other hosts
Celebrating our one year anniversary, we're doing some CRAZY promotions to fill up the remainder of our space in anticipation for Atlanta, GA. These promotions are too good, so we aren't able to advertise them publicly.
Just CONTACT our sales staff for more information!
Nov 12, 2012Posted in: Hosting RequestsQuote from [email protected]
There is a reason that most good server providers don't go close to ovh's prices, the reason is because its impossible.
Then again most of us don't cut corners like they do, and actually use networks that are designed for gaming.
I concur. OVH's network may seem fitting for people that have "bursty" traffic. But for services that require guranteed bandwidth, and no saturation through OVH's not so awesome peering fabric, you will have to look elsewhere and raise your budget.
Nov 7, 2012MultiMinecraft posted a message on BeastNode vs. McProHosting vs. ExodusHosting vs. DaddyCheese HostingI would check out BestMinecraftHosts.com you can find intuitive reviews of customers from the companies on there!Posted in: Hosting Requests
Oct 31, 2012MultiMinecraft posted a message on Looking for the best connection to Australia (from west US)Imjay1,Posted in: Hosting Requests
We have our own cabinet in LA with E3-1240v2's with 32GB of ram and 2x 128GB SSD's + 1TB drive on 1G connections to our 10G commit. Almost none of our Australian clients lag on our shared hosting, and we would love to supply you with some IP's and quotes if you come onto our support ticket section. If you are willing to sign a 1-2 year contract we can get you very good pricing, which is up to you. Time isn't an issue, and we can build you a custom server if you sign a contract as well.
We look forward to working with you!
Oct 27, 2012Posted in: Hosting RequestsQuote from mikeambrose3
- An avatar that's not of a female of somebody that's not you
Aw c'mon we could only dream. How do you know its not a picture of that said person?
In terms of dedicated servers, we can get you great deals whether your looking to build then collocate or rent. Just come talk to our support and we can get you a quote.
Oct 26, 2012MultiMinecraft posted a message on ☆Tonic Sky Hosting☆ - [Coming Soon] Minecraft Server HostingPosted in: Other hostsQuote from TonicSkyHosting
Here is reply made by a user with this listing on another forum. I believe it's important for every other website and forum this is on to see this too:
Thank you for your suggestions, but we are going to address some of the misconceptions that many people may believe.
Actually, some of the best known hosts charge more than that. You're only going to get cheap services that suck and crappy support for the prices you stated. Case and point:
https://multiminecra.../cart.php?gid=7 - $19.99/mo for 1024MB
As for the unlimited resources you mentioned, we DO offer TRULY* UNLIMITED bandwidth. As for HDD space, we limit it. Why, you may ask? Most other hosts advertise unlimited HDD space, but what you don't know is, is that there's a catch. It's only unlimited until you use too much. Each host has a "fair use" policy stating that they can limit your HDD if you consume too much of it. So, it's not really unlimited HDD space you're getting.
Just so you know, we run SSD's on any of our packages, and our space is in fact unlimited. We have clients using up 20-30GB with no issues on our SSD arrays. Our bandwidth is no doubt unlimited as well.
Our standard packages which start at $13.99/mo for 1GB run on E3-1240V2's, which is actually better than what you state above.
If you want to compare our premium packages, then you better be running Dual Xeon E5 sandybridge-EP's, eg E5-2640's, E5-2670's, or even E5-2690's.
Oct 21, 2012Posted in: Hosting RequestsQuote from LokuCraft
Hello! My server has been growing alot lately, and it's time for an upgrade!
I currently use MultiMinecraft (1gb or so of ram, fast support tickets, works good, but the prices..)
But I was looking at Beastnode and they have some good features (dedicated IP, BuyCraft, etc.) But I heard Beastnode has bad support times and service.
So, which should I go with?
Loku, Contact our sales team, I'm sure they can provide you with a discount =)
Are you currently on Premium or standard?
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