[NEW LOCATIONS] LQHosting – KVM & OpenVZ VPS offers from $ 18 / year in Los Angeles and Dallas!

Thomas, from LQHosting, has recently moved to new data center locations and is here to share some OpenVZ and KVM VPS deals with the community! Everything here is SSD powered. For those who want minimal overhead, the OpenVZ VPS plans are perfect. Those who want to run Docker or want more control over their server environment can consider the KVM VPS offerings. As always, we hope you like the promotions and if you have any comments / feedback please let them know in the comments section below.

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# KVM deals in Los Angeles:


  • 20 GB SSD memory
  • 2048 MB RAM
  • 5 TB bandwidth
  • 2 CPU cores
  • 1 IPv4 address
  • 1 Gbps port
  • KVM / SolusVM (Docker supported)
  • New data center in Los Angeles
  • 25 USD / year
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  • 40 GB SSD memory
  • 3072 MB RAM
  • 10 TB bandwidth
  • 3 CPU cores
  • 1 IPv4 address
  • 1 Gbps port
  • KVM / SolusVM (Docker supported)
  • New data center in Los Angeles
  • 39 USD / year
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  • 60 GB SSD memory
  • 6144 MB RAM
  • 15 TB bandwidth
  • 4 CPU cores
  • 1 IPv4 address
  • 1 Gbps port
  • KVM / SolusVM (Docker supported)
  • New data center in Los Angeles
  • 79 USD / year
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# OpenVZ offers in Dallas:


  • 25 GB SSD memory
  • 2048 MB RAM
  • 3 TB bandwidth
  • 2 CPU cores
  • 1 IPv4 address
  • 1 Gbps port
  • OpenVZ / SolusVM
  • New Dallas Datacenter
  • 18 USD / year
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  • 40 GB SSD memory
  • 3072 MB RAM
  • 5 TB bandwidth
  • 3 CPU cores
  • 1 IPv4 address
  • 1 Gbps port
  • OpenVZ / SolusVM
  • New Dallas Datacenter
  • 22 USD / year
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  • 80 GB SSD storage
  • 6144 MB RAM
  • 10 TB bandwidth
  • 4 CPU cores
  • 1 IPv4 address
  • 1 Gbps port
  • OpenVZ / SolusVM
  • New Dallas Datacenter
  • 40 USD / year
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– Intel Xeon E3-1230v2
– 32 GB RAM
– 4x 1TB Intel Enterprise SSDs
– Hardware RAID 10
– Dual 1 Gbps network uplinks

KVM VPS nodes:
– Dual Intel Xeon E5-2650v2
– 192 GB RAM
– 8 x 1TB Intel Enterprise SSDs
– Hardware RAID 10
– Dual 1 Gbps network uplinks

Please let us know if you have any questions / comments and have fun!

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Deployment – Best Practice for Deploying VUI Programs in Multiple Locations?

I do not know if this belongs here … But I've written a custom Alexa for Business Skill for my organization. They are happy with how "hq" works. But now we are developing the same skill for about 10 different locations. The capabilities of each site should be able to respond, for example, to dining facilities within that particular facility.

What is the best practice here? I suggested that we create a new skill for each location. That's what I thought up:


Targeted code for specific use cases

More reusable pieces of code to accelerate future development

Avoid writing code to avoid unwanted / inappropriate functions and AWS resources
(Reduction of the central code base) *

Improved readability / writability / maintainability

More detailed control of access to various AWS resources across the enterprise

All errors in updates affect only one place


All similar updates
need to be replicated via skills

Possible misinterpretation of the call name
(Could be fixed by fixed naming convention)

Every advice is appreciated.

2d – Where should I start? Simple website with map and real-time tagged player locations

I am looking for ways to create a simple 2D map on a web page (eg, the layout of a building) and to display "data points" (eg, user locations) on the map using a colored icon or the like.

To achieve this goal, look for suggestions or examples of how others have achieved the same goal.

Like a site map of your building with a point where each user is currently located … nothing too complex.

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– 2 GB RAM
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– IPv6: / 112
– Connection: 1 Gbit / s
– 1.5TB bandwidth

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– 250 GB SATA RAID-10
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– Connection: 1 Gbit / s
– 1 TB bandwidth


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Java – Google Maps API – Reading locations from files and displaying markers on the map

I work with Google Maps and want to read site objects into the map. I load them from a CSV file and create shelter objects for each location that I store in an ArrayList. To actually add them to the map, I go through this ArrayList and create tag objects with the data of each object. Each actually created marker object is also stored in another ArrayList, so that I can reference it later (show / hide on the map if desired). I feel like I am doing something wrong. I have given the relevant methods below.

private ArrayList shelter objects;
private ArrayList shelter markers;

// Generate the shelter objects from the CSV file and add them to the ArrayList.
private void generateShelterObjects ()
shelterObjects = new ArrayList <> ();

Log.i ("SHELTER_TEST", "METHOD generateShelterObjects () STARTED");

InputStream is = getResources (). OpenRawResource (R.raw.shelters_csv_file);
BufferedReader reader = new BufferedReader (
new InputStreamReader (is, Charset.forName ("UTF-8")));
String line = "";

To attempt {
while ((line = reader.readLine ())! = null) {
// Divide the line into different tokens (with the comma as separator).
string[] tokens = line.split (",");

String address = token[0];
double latitude = Double.parseDouble (token[1]);
double longitude = Double.parseDouble (token[2]);
int numberOfOccupants = Integer.parseInt (token[3]);

ShelterObject object = new ShelterObject (address, latitude, longitude, number of participants);
shelterObjects.add (object);


} catch (IOException e1) {
Log.e ("MapsActivity2", "Error" + line, e1);
e1.printStackTrace ();
Log.i ("SHELTER_TEST", "The size of the array after reading objects:" + shelterObjects.size ());

// traverses the ArrayList of Shelter objects and adds a tag to the map with data from that object. The markers are stored in another ArrayList so that they can be referenced later.
private void addShelterMarkersToMap ()
shelterMarkers = new ArrayList <> ();

for (ShelterObject obj: shelterObjects) {
LatLng latLng = new LatLng (obj.getLatitude (), obj.getLongitude ());
Marker marker = mMap.addMarker (new MarkerOptions ()
position (latLng)
.title (obj.getAddress ())
.snippet ("Antal platser:" + obj.getNumberOfOccupants ()));
shelterMarkers.add (marker);

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Windows Server 2008 R2 – Is it possible that the AD forest has different versions of AD in different locations?

I am faced with another problem when planning the next AD upgrade (from 2008R2 to 2019): we have AD Forest, which consists of several sites, each based on AD 2008R2. As we update a Site AD version from 2008R2 to 2019, other sites will stay in place until 2008R2, until the Schema 2019 works well and no problem occurs. And now I doubt if the whole forest is functional and no problem occurs if one site is on 2019 and other sites on 2008R2 AD versions.

So the question is: in practice (that is, in real life) becomes the forest still be functional and as one site (and eventually all other sites in turn) be usable while the remaining sites are still on a lower AD version? In general, the forest had to have cross-site authentication, so no sophisticated features are required. I should ask anyway, before you jump into the water 🙂