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Does Your VPS lag/slow down over time?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by BlackSeng, Aug 18, 2013.

  1. BlackSeng

    BlackSeng Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Yeap, and I'm NOT referring to any providers but just your experience with any VPS.

    My first VPS was initially fast then started to slow down (in terms of lagging).
    I switched to another provider because I kept getting suspended from spamming.

    So this new VPS suffered the same fate... it was fast initially but within weeks, it started to lag.

    So switched to another VPS provider... same thing. Fast at first, but it started to lag after several weeks. When it gets restarted, it could take 10-15 mins to get booted up to the welcome screen. When it is finally at the desktop, I launch GSA Search Engine Ranker and Captcha Breaker or Captcha Sniper... it took nearly 3-5 minutes to get it up. But when I run the program, it is running as normal and it didn't affect the performance at all (average LPM as others, .etc).

    Used CCLeaner to clear up old files and clean its registry, and even windows defragmentation hoping to speed things up. But still the same.

    Do you have the same problem?
     
  2. ikaMedia

    ikaMedia Newbie

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    Ya , I got the same problem with ALL my previous VPS providers. I will try vps providers with datacenter located in my hometown soon.
     
  3. blackhat777

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    As per my experience, my VPS needs a restart after 5-7 days. I run Zennoposter continuously and after 5-6 days, I feel because of Memory issues, my VPS starts lagging and becomes extremely slow.
    Usually, restarting my VPS helps me in getting it back to the normal state.