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I can't speak for all vpn providers, but I've been using digital ocean for a few years now. Digital Ocean allocate a certian number of cpu cores, memory and, disk space to your server. This means that those resources are only used by your server. Meaning that if you wanted to you can run on 100% cpu and ram for as long as you wish. I'd imagine thats how ...


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Some providers do explicitly offer dedicated CPU cores (Hetzner for example). That means physical CPU cores on the host machine are allocated to your VPS only. These instances cost substantially more for good reason. In all other cases, assume that you're sharing and beware the "noisy neighbour" effect. Yes, you can always run a vCPU at "100%". Just don't ...


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