8 thoughts on “Webthumb server move”

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  2. Can you tell me hardware specifications of new server?
    and monthly bandwidth usage?

  3. Your thumbnail generator is the first one I found to actually work for my site, and within a few seconds!

    I’m so happy!!! 😛

    My site is commercial, so I’ll likely need to buy credits in bulk.

    What are the specs on your new server?

  4. Ali, Yonas:
    Dual quad-core i7 class processor with 8 gig of ram, and 2tb of storage

    Bandwidth is pretty hard to tell, but its quite a bit these days, i have 100mbit of unmetered so I haven’t looked it much but I’m commonly using 7-10mbit

  5. After scanning for various screenshots services I found that your webthumb service is the best solution for my needs (hey your service is the only one which actually captured a frame of the video from a youtube video page) but I got one problem…

    I need the thumbnails to be cached at your server but also to be custom sized… as far as I understood the custom size feature is only possible with the Standard API but caching option exist only at the Easythumb API…. is there anyway around this limitations?

  6. Hi :
    I just want to say , I’m happy with the service.
    You are one on the best about thumbnail services.
    Greeting from Chile
    The best : all is really easy. ( using and paying )

  7. The thumbnail for my blog don’t work. It’s like it won’t let the page finish loading and the thumb appears halffinish. How can I fix that? I leave my email of you have the time to answer me any day soon!

    Thanx, Linn

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