Hosting Features

Sirinhgpole the best Hosting Opensim Service

Register your avatar on a grid opensim:

If you don’t have an OSgrid account, you can register here:create account
If you don’t have an Metropolis-grid account, you can register here: create account
If you don’t have an SirinHGpole-Grid account, you can register here: create account
If you don’t have an Francogrid account, you can register here: create account
Easy and free. If you were on Secondlife, you can choose the same first and last names.

Groups

Groups are usually used to distribute informations to the members. The owner of a group is able to give different roles to the members. He can control parcels’ permissions and objetcs’ permissions. They are different types of groups: the open and the closed ones. The closed groups do not allow anyone to add theirselves on their own to the group. They need to be invited by an owner or someone in charge of the recruitement. You have to keep in mind that it’s important to control the access rights of your group to avoid strangers to enter the group.

HyperGrid

Hypergrid is a technology that allows teleportations between different opensim grids and stand alone regions. The region you come from must be hypergrid enabled, such as the region you want to go to.For HyperGrid teleports the destination’s HyperGrid URL is specified as region name.

While visiting another virtual world, users take their appearance with them and they can access their inventory. The only restriction is that inventory items can only be deleted at the home grid. People can go shopping on other grids , unless the grid owner disabled copying assets.
Some grid owners do that to protect local contents from being transferred to other places.

OAR Files (Backup)

Your OpenSim regions can be saved in the form of OAR files. These files include region terrains and all the objects, textures and scripts located in those regions. They’re a great way to export or import your entire build. The size of the file depend on the number of objects in the region.
OAR files can  be downloaded on your demand.

 

Offline Messages

Instant messages to users that are offline are stored. When that user logs in again, these messages get delivered. Instant messages are not sent to the email address of that user.

PayPal Money

Rent your OpenSim via PayPal.
PayPal Money is the only money solution that works for payments to rent a sim.

Physics Engine

The OpenSim physics engine simulates physical movements of objects and avatars. Currently the following physics engines are supported:
     ODE
     Bullet
Only one physics engine can be active for an OpenSim region. Currently nearly all OpenSim regions use ODE, you can demand to use Bullet, but it’s experimental.

Prim Limit

Prim limits can be enforced. Because our pricing is based on memory usage and the given number of prims is just an average of what can be rezzed with that memory, we do not enforce prim limits by default. But users can request switching on prim limit enforcement. In that case only a defined number of prims can be rezzed on a parcel of land.

Profiles

This option allows detailed user profiles: about text, interests, picks, classifieds, real life text and notes about users.

Scripting

Our OpenSim regions support in-world scripting using the XEngine script engine and the LSL scripting language. C# scripting can also be enabled on request.
In general, Second Life scripts can run in OpenSim, the chief exception being scripts that deal with Second Life’s physics engine or vehicles. In addition, there are also a large number of functions, called OSSL functions, that are unique to OpenSim. For example, OpenSim has a set of functions to put text or drawings on the face of a prim, which are not available in Second life.
Phaze Demesnes has a nice collection of free Second Life scripts, most of which can be used as in in OpenSim.

Search

Search provides a grid wide search function for users, parcels, groups, objects, etc. Such items need to be marked to be included in the search data collection process that runs regularly. This means that such items appear in search with some delay.

Servers

We use dedicated, high performance servers for OpenSim to offer our hosting services. These servers run with Intel Quad-Core processors .
The fact that we are using powerful dedicated servers and that each region runs on its own Opensim process guarantee top quality of our OpenSim hosting services.
Most of our competitors use virtualization technologies, Virtual Private Servers (VPS) or Cloud Computing, which are unsuitable for massively computing and memory intensive real time applications like virtual worlds. Or they run many regions on the same OpenSim process, to simplify their administrative tasks, which usually trigger lower quality service and less stability.

Service Management

Service management also consists of manual tasks, like updating OpenSim to the latest stable OpenSim versions. All this is done regularly in the background.
In seldom cases it can be necessary to restart your OpenSim region manually. For this purpose you can contact in world or by email sirin Peccable.

Update Strategy

You can select the update strategy for your OpenSim regions and grids:
     Defaut -Always use the latest OpenSim version,available on OSgrid, including the latest features and perhaps bug
     Standard – A lways use the latest stable OpenSim version, including the latest features and bug fixes
     Conservative – I prefer to use older OpenSim versions, that have proven to be very reliable
This way you can choose if you prefer regular updates versus even more stability and reliability.

Viewers

In general OpenSim supports Second Life® compatible viewers. In practice some viewers work better than others. For example some viewers do not allow changing parcel media and voice settings.
     Second Life 2.x compatible viewer (old):  Use the latest Imprudence Viewer
     If you need 3D meshes or web-on-prim: We recommend to use :
  •  Kokua Viewer Provided by the Kokua Development Team
Support available at http://kokuaviewer.org
  •  Singularity Viewer Provided by Siana Gearz
  • Cool VL Viewer
Viewer of the first generation that is still being actively developed. A special feature of this viewer is the ability to display mesh objects. In the Linux version mesh objects can already be uploaded. The viewer is compatible with the Second Life TPV. 
Download:  Windows/Linux 
Maintainer: Henri Beauchamp
  •  Radegast Metaverse Client Provided by Latif Khalifa
Support available at http://radegast.org/wp/
  • METAbolt Open source. Virtual world text client.

This software is provided by the METAbolt Development Team.

http://www.metabolt.net/download.aspx

Voice

Voice implementations:
     Vivox Voice
Only one voice system can be active for an OpenSim region. Vivox is the most popular voice system, either in its free or licensed version, which guarantee a top service level.

Web-on-Prim

With viewers that support web-on-prim, you can use this functionality to display web contents on sides on objects. This functionality works like in Second Life®.

 

Sale a region at SirinHGpole

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Region rental at absolute lowest prizes!

The rental of a SirinHGpole-region is a low-cost, high-performance alternative to a locally hosted OpenSim simulator. The OpenSim software will be installed, hosted and maintained by the SirinHGpole-Team. Also updates to newer versions will be done by the Team. Your simulator is available 24 hours, 365 days a year.

Your rented region at SirinHGpole – the low-cost alternative to SL!

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The Features

  • hosted on Quad-Core-Servers

  • 256m x 256m = 65.536 qm

  • 15.000 Prims

  • fullperm region- and estate-rights

  • Group-Management

  • HyperGrid-Connection

  • VoiceChat

  • HighSpeed-Connection

  • permanent accessible * 24 Hours * 365 Days

  • Automatic Backups last 10 days

  • pre-installed and adjusted Simulator-Software OpenSim

  • Personal support by sirin Peccable

  • no Setup Fee

  • Ready in 1 hours

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OSGrid ,Metropolis-Grid,SirinHGpole-Grid, Francogrid

Make and live your Dream with SirinHGpole !

OSgrid or Metropolis-Grid is a free OpenSim based virtual worlds network. Avatars can move through virtual worlds to meet others in 3D or to explore the objects and creations from other citizens. The members of the OSGrid or Metropolis-Grid can create their own worlds, without any limits. The access to the OSGrid or Metropolis-Grid, the management of the regions and estates (also the handling with objects, assets, etc.) is very close to the handling in SecondLife.

OpenSim based virtual worlds network which is based on the BSD-licensed Open Simulator Project . The current functionality is almost complete compared with the available functions in Second Life.

In addition, Open Simulator offers additional functions, which are not included in the standard of Second Life. These include, for example, the mega-regions (multiple regions combined to one giant region), the hyper-jumping in Hypergrid (Teleporting between OpenSim grids) and the rezzing of oversized prims (up to 256 mtr.), as well as building up to 10,000 meters.

OSGrid or Metropolis is based on the Simulator-Software OpenSim, an open source project.

Why SirinHGpole ?

With SirinHGpole, hosting your Land for only monthly fees of 20 USD or 15 Euros.

The buy of an own SirinHGpole region is the unrivaled low-cost alternative to Second Life. Safety, performance and additional services at an  price of  20 USD or 15 Eur fees per month (incl VAT). Features: 15,000 Prims, 20 concurrent avatars. There are no additional costs or setup fees !

Servers

We use dedicated, high performance servers for OpenSim to offer our hosting services. These servers with Intel Quad-Core processors .

That we use powerful dedicated servers and that each region runs on it’s own OpenSim process guarantees top quality of our OpenSim hosting services.

Most of our competitors use virtualization technologies, Virtual Private Servers (VPS) or Cloud Computing, which are unsuitable for massively computing and memory intensive real time applications like virtual worlds. Or they run many OpenSim regions on the same OpenSim process, to simplify their administrative tasks on the cost of lower service quality and less stability.

Service Management

Service management also consists of manual tasks, like updating OpenSim to the latest stable OpenSim versions. All this is done regularly in the background.

In seldom cases it can be necessary to restart your OpenSim region manually. For this purpose you can contact in world sirin Peccable or by email sirin.peccable@gmail.com.

Why OSGrid, Metropolis,SirinHGpole-Grid,Francogrid ?

Free, independent and open grid !

The significant difference of OSGrid, Metropolis-Grid, compared to Second Life is that there are no restrictions regarding the construction of buildings (prims, sculpties, etc.) on the OSGrid or Metropolis-Grid. Because OSGrid or Metropolis is absolutely free of any charge! Consequently, there are no Linden$ or similar virtual currencies. On the contrary: the grid operators, as well as the residents, give a lot of buildings, furnishing items, clothes etc. as freebies to other citizens. Thus, a new resident can rapidly build its own inventory. There are many freebie shops available on different regions, which are accessible via teleporting.