So I’ve used both services over a year now and have decided to write about my experiences.
Paying for your Droplet with Digital Ocean is fairly straight forward, payment is taken at the end of a billing cycle. Pricing is impressive!
After some investigation I found a simple reason why Apple Time Machine couldn’t find the newly created (and re-created) volume.
If you map other shared folders with another username then you will soon notice you can no longer see the volume, simply add the username that has already mapped drives with Read Access and you will see the Time Machine Volume!
Adding multiple IPs to a NIC can be pretty laborious, the easy way of doing this is to use the NETSH command.
Update: I am no longer with ServInt;
So I have been with Servint for a while now and have always had good support and up-time, the network seems stable and never really had any problems with the service. Today I decided I am moving our server to Servint‘s EU datacentre over the next couple of days. Continue Reading →