tmzVPS allows VPS users to add additional RAM, CPU and bandwidth at any time, but the following limitations apply.
- Any resource included in OpenVZ VPS cannot be upgraded individually, so you have no choice but to upgrade the entire plan when the storage, CPU, RAM or bandwidth is running out.
- For KVM VPS, disk storage cannot be upgraded individually, and you need to upgrade the plan in the case of insufficient storage.
tmzVPS guarantees 99.9% uptime for network connectivity, and it maintains an SLA that if the uptime in a single month falls below 99.9%, SLA credits will be issued to your account. A credit of 5% monthly hosting fee is given for each 0.1% uptime below 99.9%, but the credit is no more than 50% of the total fee paid in the month.
Our monitoring shows that tmzVPS seldom does well in uptime. In the past 30 days, there were 2 downtimes, and the total uptime was 99.76% only.
Sometimes, it takes a long time for the company to resolve a server problem. For example, in April, a high load issue occurred to an OpenVZ node, and the troubleshooting took 12 hours, which means nearly 12-hour downtime on that day.Stable but not-fast speed
Besides uptime, we have also been keeping an eye on tmzVPS server response speed. In most months, the response time averages approximately 700ms, which is a little bit bad for virtual servers. The only good thing is the speed is quite stable. Below is the server response speed in the past 24 hours.