New Plans, New Prices!

Thursday, March 16, 2017


We are excited to announce our new plans and prices! VDS RamNode now offers a Virtual Dedicated Server option! You can now get dedicated CPU cores on one of our super fast SSD KVM servers! See plans and prices here . Stock is limited! SKVMS Our Standard KVM SSD (SKVMS) VPSs are now HALF price! Get a 1GB RAM / 20GB SSD VPS for just $5/mo! This new pricing applies for existing customers...

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Atlanta Data Center RFO (February 24)

Monday, February 27, 2017


The following was sent to us by our Atlanta colocation provider (Cyber Wurx): Valued Cyber Wurx Customer, Please see below for RFO related to the utility power outage on February 24th, 2017. RFO (Reason for Outage) Report Event Description: Utility Power outage on 800A 16.E1 Event Start Time: February 24th, 2017 11:30 am EST End Time: February 24th, 2017 11:45 am EST...

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Seattle Network Maintenance - December 17

Friday, December 16, 2016


We will be performing brief network maintenance December 17 on a portion of Seattle. One of our switches there requires a firmware upgrade in order to stabilize it after recent connection issues. The maintenance will begin at 7 PM and should not last longer than 5 minutes. We will post any additional updates on Twitter @NodeStatus.




LIMITED TIME BLACK FRIDAY DEAL

Thursday, November 24, 2016


-- THIS DEAL IS NOW EXPIRED -- LIMITED TIME BLACK FRIDAY DEAL! Coupon: BLACKFRIDAY25 25% OFF NEW ORDERS OF THE FOLLOWING SERVICES: New York City Standard SSD KVM ( NYC SKVMS ) New York City Premium OpenVZ ( NYC SVZ ) Los Angeles Standard SSD OpenVZ ( LA SVZS ) Seattle Standard SSD OpenVZ ( SEA SVZS ) Seattle Premium SSD OpenVZ ( SEA SVZ ) Seattle Premium SSD KVM (...

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Netherlands Network Maintenance - October 13

Tuesday, October 11, 2016


This is an announcement of upcoming network maintenance in our Netherlands location. We will be reconfiguring parts of our network to prepare for our forthcoming transition to a new OpenStack system. The maintenance will begin on Thursday October 13 at 11:30 PM CET. Downtime per server may be between 5 and 15 minutes. No servers will be rebooted during this maintenance - only network...

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Seattle Network Maintenance - Sept. 8

Monday, August 29, 2016


(The following email is going out to existing Seattle customers today.) This is an announcement of upcoming network maintenance in our Seattle location. We will be reconfiguring parts of our network to prepare for our forthcoming transition to a new OpenStack system. The maintenance will be performed on Thursday, September 8 during the following window: Start: 10 AM PDT (UTC -7) End:   12 PM...

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Staminus Maintenance

Saturday, June 18, 2016


The following was sent to us by Staminus yesterday evening: At approximately 10:42 PDT, June 14, 2016 a bug in a vendor's software caused an Ethernet Lag to discard incoming traffic following a LAG port-membership change in the Los Angeles Pop. A workaround to the issue was implemented at 12:22 PDT. During this incident customer traffic entering the Los Angeles scrubbing platform...

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128MB Plan Retirement (Updated June 1)

Wednesday, April 6, 2016


We will soon be retiring our 128MB OpenVZ plans (SVZ, CVZ). Global IPv4 exhaustion unfortunately makes it difficult to continue offering these small VPSs at our current price point. The option to order one of these VPSs will be removed from our website soon. This will not impact customers with existing 128MB VPSs, only new orders. Update: 128MB SVZ plans are available again for a limited time...

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PayPal IPN Issues

Tuesday, March 8, 2016


It appears PayPal may be having some IPN issues. Please contact us via support ticket if your PayPal payment doesn't reach us properly.




KVM Node Reboots (Dec. 25)

Friday, December 25, 2015


A recent KernelCare patch has caused kernel panics on multiple KVM hosts. We have rebooted these hosts to restore service. If your VPS does not boot up, please remove any CDROMs / ISOs you have mounted in the SolusVM CP and reboot from there. KernelCare is the rebootless security patch system we use across our fleet. This is a very rare occurrence and one we'll be having them investigate to...

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