ProfitServer – KVM VPS Plans and Dedicated Servers! Low prices! Different places!

ProfitServer contacted us to make offers for the LEB community. You have a lot of choices: VPS hosting and dedicated servers at low prices, many locations for the same price.

You can find your terms and conditions / legal documents here. You accept VISA / MasterCard, PayPal, WebMoney, Qiwi, UnionPay and Bitcoin as a form of payment.

They had to say the following:

"We started in 2015. Now we are VPS server hosting provider with more than 9 worldwide locations (Russia, Europe, USA, Singapore). We offer KVM servers ex works with different operating systems. We also have cheap dedicated servers based on i3 and i5 CPUs. "

Here are the offers:

VPS Plan 1

  • 512 MB RAM
  • 1x vCPU
  • 15 GB SSD storage space
  • Unlimited transfer
  • 1 Gbps uplink
  • 1x IPv4
  • 1 IPv6
  • KVM
  • 3.74 USD / month or 26.40 USD / year
  • (ASSIGNMENT)

VPS plan 2

  • 1024 MB RAM
  • 2x vCPU
  • 25 GB SSD storage space
  • Unlimited transfer
  • 1 Gbps uplink
  • 1x IPv4
  • 1 IPv6
  • KVM
  • 5.08 USD / month or 36.96 USD / year
  • (ASSIGNMENT)

VPS Plan 3

  • 2048 MB RAM
  • 4x vCPU
  • 50 GB SSD storage space
  • Unlimited transfer
  • 1 Gbps uplink
  • 1x IPv4
  • 1 IPv6
  • KVM
  • $ 10.15 / month or $ 73.80 / year
  • (ASSIGNMENT)

VPS plan 4

  • 4096 MB RAM
  • 6x vCPU
  • 75 GB SSD storage space
  • Unlimited transfer
  • 1 Gbps uplink
  • 1x IPv4
  • 1 IPv6
  • KVM
  • 21.66 USD / month or 220.90 USD / year
  • (ASSIGNMENT)

Dedicated Server 1

  • 4 GB RAM
  • Intel G1610T CPU
  • 1x 1TB hard drives
  • Software RAID
  • Transfer without counter
  • 1 Gbps uplink
  • 1 IPv4
  • 1 IPv6
  • IPMI: on request
  • $ 36 / month
  • (ASSIGNMENT)

Dedicated Server 2

  • 8 GB RAM
  • Intel i3 3.1 GHz CPU
  • 1x 1TB hard drives
  • Software RAID
  • Transfer without counter
  • 1 Gbps uplink
  • 1 IPv4
  • 1 IPv6
  • IPMI: on request
  • $ 39 / month
  • (ASSIGNMENT)

Dedicated Server 3

  • 8 GB RAM
  • Intel i5 2.7GHz CPU
  • 1x 1TB hard drives
  • Software RAID
  • Transfer without counter
  • 1 Gbps uplink
  • 1 IPv4
  • 1 IPv6
  • IPMI: on request
  • $ 40 / month
  • (ASSIGNMENT)

Dedicated Server 4

  • 8 GB RAM
  • Intel Xeon E3-1220v2 CPU
  • 1x 1TB hard drives
  • Software RAID
  • Transfer without counter
  • 1 Gbps uplink
  • 1 IPv4
  • 1 IPv6
  • IPMI: on request
  • $ 59 / month
  • (ASSIGNMENT)

Dedicated Server 5

  • 16 GB RAM
  • x2 CPU Xeon X5650
  • 1x 1TB hard drives
  • Software RAID
  • Transfer without counter
  • 1 Gbps uplink
  • 1 IPv4
  • 1 IPv6
  • IPMI: on request
  • $ 129 / month
  • (ASSIGNMENT)

Dedicated Server 6

  • 16 GB RAM
  • x2 CPU AMD Opteron 6274
  • 1x 1TB hard drives
  • Software RAID
  • Transfer without counter
  • 1 Gbps uplink
  • 1 IPv4
  • 1 IPv6
  • IPMI: on request
  • $ 154 / month
  • (ASSIGNMENT)

NETWORK INFORMATION:

VeliaNet – Strasbourg, Grand Est, France

Test IPv4: 134.119.191.11

Test file: http://lg.strasbourg.profitserver.ru/100MB.test

Novoserve – Doetinchem, Gelderland, Netherlands

Test IPv4: 89.105.202.105

Test file: http://lg.netherlands.profitserver.ru/100MB.test

DataPro – Moscow, Moscow, Russia

Test IPv4: 80.85.155.162

Test file: http://lg.moscow.profitserver.ru/100MB.test

ProfitServer – Chelyabinsk, Chelyabinsk, Russia

Test IPv4: 185,203,236,106

Test file: http://lg.chelyabinsk.profitserver.ru/100MB.test


Host node specifications:

– 2x Intel Xeon X5650 CPU

– 128 GB RAM

– 4x 2 TB SDDs

– Hardware RAID10

– 1 Gbps uplink

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

Java – How is the output in Netbeans set to two decimal places?

This is one of my first projects in my "Introduction to Java" class and I've been trying to figure out how to adjust the output from a large number of decimal places to three decimal places.

I successfully ran the program while ending in "94.4600000000001". However, after trying to set the correct decimal places, I continue to run a NON-SUCCESS program and can not figure out how to work properly.

import java.util.Scanner;

public class LabAssignment2 {

    public static void main(String() args) {
        // Coding Begins Here

        double Celsius, Fahrenheit;
        Scanner Math = new Scanner(System.in);
        System.out.print("Enter a temperature in Celsius: --> ");
        Celsius = Math.nextDouble();
        Fahrenheit = (9 / 5.0) * Celsius + 32;
        System.out.printf(Celsius +" Celsius is " + Fahrenheit + " Fahrenheit %,0.3fn, Fahrenheit");

    }

}

The expected result for the output should be

Enter a temperature in Celsius: --> 34.7
34.7 Celsius is 94.460 Fahrenheit

Import small decimal places from CSV file (SQL Server import task)

I try to import data from a CSV file into my database (using the Task Import Wizard), but always get a data loss error ("The value could not be converted due to possible data loss"). The error is from a decimal column in the source file with the value of -1.99999999495049E-05 & # 39 ;.

The target column has the type decimal (38,6) and when I fill the file with values ​​like & # 39; 12 .58462 & # 39 ;, it works really well and imports the file without error. Here is a preview of the CSV file:

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I tried to force ignoring in the event of an error, but only null values ​​are retrieved

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When I try to import it with string type, it works and then I can convert. But I'm dealing with huge files, and to avoid wasting time, I'd like to know if there's any way to force the conversion into

select cast('-1.99999999495049E-05' as real)

Many thanks

HostBRZ – OpenVZ and KVM plans for sale! Different places!




HostBRZ is back with an attractive range of different VPS products. They offer 2 different KVM VPS plans and 2 different OpenVZ VPS plans.
As usual, all that HostBRZ provides is SSD, only for the fastest possible speeds.

HostBRZ has already been featured in LowEndBox and has received positive reviews from users. You can find your terms and conditions / legal documents here. You are now also accepting Alipay as an available payment method along with its other payment methods (PayPal, Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum ZCash and all major credit cards).

They had to say the following:

"HostBRZ is an SSD hosting company eager to build long-term partnerships with our customers through unmatched service and customer service. Our goal is to serve customers at the highest level and to accept nothing less than that.

All our servers are powered by SSDs that are protected by RAID technology to provide the highest levels of performance and redundancy. With HostBRZ, your websites load faster than your competition due to our enterprise hardware and Samsung's fast SSD performance! "

Here are the offers:

4 GB KVM VPS

  • 4 CPU cores
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 40 GB SSD
  • 5 TB bandwidth
  • 1 Gbps uplink
  • 1 x IPv4
  • KVM / SolusVM
  • Linux or Windows operating system
  • Docker supports
  • 40 USD / year
  • (ASSIGNMENT)

6 GB KVM VPS

  • 4 CPU cores
  • 6 GB RAM
  • 60 GB SSD
  • 10 TB bandwidth
  • 1 Gbps uplink
  • 1 x IPv4
  • KVM / SolusVM
  • Linux or Windows operating system
  • Docker supports
  • 79 USD / year
  • (ASSIGNMENT)

3 GB SSD VPS

  • 2 CPU cores
  • 3 GB RAM
  • 40 GB SSD
  • 5 TB bandwidth
  • 1 Gbps uplink
  • 1 x IPv4
  • OpenVZ / SolusVM
  • API friendly
  • 29 USD / year
  • (ASSIGNMENT)

4 GB SSD VPS

  • 4 CPU cores
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 60 GB SSD
  • 10 TB bandwidth
  • 1 Gbps uplink
  • 1 x IPv4
  • OpenVZ / SolusVM
  • API friendly
  • 35 USD / year
  • (ASSIGNMENT)

NETWORK INFORMATION:

Los Angeles, California, USA

Test IPv4: 107.175.180.6

Test file: http://107.175.180.6/100MB.test

Buffalo, New York, United States

Test IPv4: 192.3.180.103

Test file: http://192.3.180.103/100MB.test

Chicago, Ill., USA

Test IPv4: 66.225.198.198

Test file: http://66.225.198.198/100MB.test

Dallas, Texas, USA

Test IPv4: 192.3.237.150

Test file: http://192.3.237.150/100MB.test


OpenVZ node:

– Intel Xeon E3-1240v3 to E3-1240v6

– 32 GB to 64 GB RAM

– 4x 1TB RAID10 Samsung SSD drives

– 1 Gbps uplinks

KVM node:

– Dual Intel Xeon E5

– 256 GB RAM

– Samsung SSD drives with 8 x 2 TB RAID10

– 1 Gbps uplinks

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




Greece – Nightlife in Athens, places and situations animated by locals

I will spend the night from 16 to 17 September 2019 in Athens (at least Monday night).

I would like to get to know all the districts, streets or areas of the Greek capital, whose nightlife is animated by locals.

My girl and I will spend one night only in the city and the idea is to have a local dinner and a glass of wine and later go for a walk and sample some local beers that jump from bar to bar. No clubs, no dress code, no crowds of tourists to entertain. We are only looking for real scenarios where you can spend an evening in Athens in a simple and discreet way. Suggestion!

8 – Same module with different versions in several places

This is the directory structure of my Drupal 8 installation:

├── composer.json
├── composer.lock
├── drush
├── LICENSE
├── load.environment.php
├── phpunit.xml.dist
├── README.md
├── scripts
├── vendor
└── web
    ├── autoload.php
    ├── core
    ├── index.php
    ├── modules
    │   └── custom
    │       └── xyz (version 1.0)
    ├── profiles
    │   └── custom
    │       └── qwer
    │           └── modules
    │               └── custom
    │                   └── xyz (version 1.1)
    ├── robots.txt
    ├── sites
    │   └── example.com
    │       └── modules
    │           └── custom
    │               └── xyz (version 1.2)
    ├── themes
    ├── update.php
    └── web.config

Which version of xyz Module "win" in this structure? For example:
– A site installed with qwer Profile (sites / example.com).
– One page without installed qwer Profile (sites / example.com).
– Other option?

I would like to know what preference Drupal has when it has the same module with different versions in several places

finder – Increases the number of Recent places in the Preview.app NSNavPanel drop-down list

I often use the Quick Save drop-down area of ​​Preview.app and want to increase the number of Recent Places from the default of 5. I usually use it to drop downloaded documents to the correct folder on my computer. I probably do not use the right name for it, so here's a screenshot:

Quick memory dropdown area in Preview.app

What I often use is the Recent Places section. I would absolutely love it if I could have 10 or more seats there, so I did not have to use "Other …" and rummage around with a nasty NSNav window.

I tried a few approaches.

  1. System Preferences> General> Last Items drop-down menu. Set to 30. This seems to affect only the last elements of the Apple main menu in the upper left corner, so no luck.
  2. More involved: with the defaults Command that I found in this random forum:

    defaults write .GlobalPreferences NSNavRecentPlacesLimit -int 20

    This seems to affect the number of recently viewed places when you use the File> Save As … dialog in Preview.app, but that's not what I'm aiming for.

So my question is:

Is there a setting that I can change specifically for Preview.app? Or does this have something to do with NSNavPanels? How can I find out? Maybe there's a way to get a log of what an app is trying to access defaults Business? Where else can I find documentation for NSNav or NSNavPanel? So, learn what values ​​they use.