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Can a VPS be upgraded to a larger size without destroying it and creating a new one?

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Can a VPS be upgraded to a larger size without destroying it and creating a new one?

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  • Pinkman

    reply 0 5 months ago

    Hello,

    You can resize/upgrade your VPS to a higher plan at your service page. Click on 'Manage' at your VPS, then click on 'Resize' and select the desired plan.

  • reply 0 5 months ago

    Upgrading to a larger plan does not provide better single-thread performance or faster disk I/O or faster networking. On your home page you make the claim of being "The world's best and fastest NVMe VPS. Guaranteed the best I/O performance!" when you are nowhere near having average performance let alone the best performance. Scam!

    vpsserver benchmark results

    benchmark timestamp: 2020-03-29 17:47:07 UTC

    Processor: QEMU Virtual CPU version 2.5+ CPU cores: 3 Frequency: 2599.996 MHz RAM: 3.8Gi Swap: - Kernel: Linux 5.3.0-26-generic x86_64 Disks: loop0 54.9M HDD loop2 67M HDD loop3 89.1M HDD loop4 91.4M HDD vda 100G HDD CPU: SHA256-hashing 500 MB 5.288 seconds CPU: bzip2-compressing 500 MB 8.985 seconds CPU: AES-encrypting 500 MB 5.493 seconds ioping: seek rate min/avg/max/mdev = 76.3 us / 167.0 us / 25.2 ms / 860.2 us ioping: sequential read speed generated 7.72 k requests in 5.00 s, 1.88 GiB, 1.54 k iops, 385.8 MiB/s dd: sequential write speed 1st run: 179.29 MiB/s 2nd run: 186.92 MiB/s 3rd run: 197.41 MiB/s average: 187.87 MiB/s IPv4 speedtests your IPv4: 45.61.49.xxxx Cachefly CDN: 72.05 MiB/s Leaseweb (NL): 5.35 MiB/s Softlayer DAL (US): 33.80 MiB/s Online.net (FR): 8.01 MiB/s OVH BHS (CA): 40.58 MiB/s

    No IPv6 connectivity detected

    linode benchmark results

    nench.sh v2019.07.20 -- https://git.io/nench.sh

    benchmark timestamp: 2020-03-29 18:00:59 UTC

    Processor: AMD EPYC 7501 32-Core Processor CPU cores: 2 Frequency: 1999.994 MHz RAM: 3.8Gi Swap: 511Mi Kernel: Linux 5.3.0-40-generic x86_64

    Disks: sda 79.5G HDD sdb 512M HDD

    CPU: SHA256-hashing 500 MB 3.627 seconds CPU: bzip2-compressing 500 MB 7.506 seconds CPU: AES-encrypting 500 MB 1.121 seconds

    ioping: seek rate min/avg/max/mdev = 87.3 us / 356.3 us / 3.63 ms / 211.9 us ioping: sequential read speed generated 20.0 k requests in 5.00 s, 4.89 GiB, 4.00 k iops, 1000.5 MiB/s

    dd: sequential write speed 1st run: 1049.04 MiB/s 2nd run: 1144.41 MiB/s 3rd run: 1144.41 MiB/s average: 1112.62 MiB/s

    IPv4 speedtests your IPv4: 172.105.19.xxxx

    Cachefly CDN:         93.55 MiB/s
    Leaseweb (NL):        18.67 MiB/s
    Softlayer DAL (US):   22.38 MiB/s
    Online.net (FR):      24.32 MiB/s
    OVH BHS (CA):         149.03 MiB/s
    

    IPv6 speedtests your IPv6: 2600:3c04::xxxx

    Leaseweb (NL):        21.82 MiB/s
    Softlayer DAL (US):   30.53 MiB/s
    Online.net (FR):      24.68 MiB/s
    

    OVH BHS (CA): 182.48 MiB/s

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