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    Hello everybody. I just want to know is there any difference between VPS or VDS. I have heard a lot about both. So please anyone can point out the difference between them.
    Thanx in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mastermind View Post
    Hello everybody. I just want to know is there any difference between VPS or VDS. I have heard a lot about both. So please anyone can point out the difference between them.
    Thanx in advance.
    Well, there isnt any difference between both, VPS stands for "<a href="http://www.bodhost.com/" target="_blank" title="virtual private server"style="color:#000000;text-decoration:none">virtual private server</a>" and VDS stands for "<a href="http://www.bodhost.com/" target="_blank" title="virtual dedicated server"style="color:#000000;text-decoration:none">virtual dedicated server</a>".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mastermind View Post
    Hello everybody. I just want to know is there any difference between VPS or VDS. I have heard a lot about both. So please anyone can point out the difference between them.
    Thanx in advance.
    VPS and VDS are same. A virtual server means you have access to the server and it is setup as if it's a dedicated server just the hardware is shared. They are more Resources dependent than Hardware .

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    I dont think there is a difference between Virtual dedicated server(VDS) and Virtual private server(VPS). They are one and the same. Interesting to see what others suggest. :

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    IMO, VPS is based on hosting multiple domains whereas VDS is related to dedicated or semi dedicated hosting. VPS has more support for multiple domain hosting.

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    VPS and VDS is one and the same. They are used by the hosting companies to designate root access.

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