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Using VPS with Vagex, SYV, Tube Toolbox etc...

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by snurper, Oct 6, 2012.

  1. snurper

    snurper Junior Member

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    Hey there!

    I wanted to use a VPS to run Tube Toolbox, Vagex and SYV. I just bought the $40 dollar package at Hostamus with some extra bandwidth too. It's running very slowly and I can't get any of the software to work. TTB keeps crashing and the Vagex and SYV viewers get jammed on the download bar.

    As you can tell, I'm very new to all this, but I assumed I could at least run an instance or two of TTB.

    Do you think it's something I'm doing wrong? Do I need to set anything up on the VPS to get it working properly? I've contacted Hostamus, but I'm waiting for a reply so I thought I'd ask about here.

    I would really appreciate the help.

    The specs of the package I bought are:

    2.66 Ghz CPU
    1024MB DDR3 Ram
    60 GB Hard Disk
    6TB Bandwidth *UNLIMITED INBOUND TRAFFIC*
    $40 Monthly
    Windows 2008 Standard Edition
    Hosted in France
     
  2. walandio

    walandio Senior Member

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    I use these on my vps.. and it works great.. You may also try to configure your RDP for faster connection.. Or you can use teamviewer..
     
  3. snurper

    snurper Junior Member

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    Thanks for the reply!

    Do you think there's something wrong with my VPS then? I've literally just logged onto it around half an hour ago, and I never changed any settings or anything as I don't know what to do. All I've done is downloaded TTB, and tried to download Vagex and SYV.
     
  4. snurper

    snurper Junior Member

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    I changed the configuration on the RDP, but it still hasn't helped. TTB still keeps crashing.
     
  5. LatteGrande

    LatteGrande Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I have no issues running those tools on my vps with the same spec even with higher performance. :)
     
  6. DarkMeta

    DarkMeta BANNED BANNED

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    i have same specs and vps works flawless...
     
  7. snurper

    snurper Junior Member

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    Cheers for the replies!

    Did you guys have to set anything up to get it running smoothly, or was it smooth from the get go?

    Also, do you guys manage to run different programs at the same time on it?
     
  8. scottledeuce

    scottledeuce Junior Member

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    Dude you don't need anything like those specs, I could set that up running flawless on an a $8 per month windows 2003 vps.
    Server 2008 just eats up unnecessary amounts of ram and cpu

    Pm me and I'll send you on the details
     
  9. nickk

    nickk BANNED BANNED

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    Rdp configuration has nothing to do with vps performance
    I have many clients running the same programs with you on their vps flawlessly
     
  10. snurper

    snurper Junior Member

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    Anybody got any ideas why mine's going so slow then?

    I'm just going to get a refund and try elsewhere I think. I'll send you a PM Scott!

    If anybodies got any suggestions or advice, I'd love to hear it.

    Thanks!
     
  11. darkheart1723

    darkheart1723 Registered Member

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    This guy know's what he's talking about. His VPS help actually works.