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  1. #1
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    Server Matrix and Excessive Usage

    I'm planning on running a DB server with them. Problem is that while it'll fall well within the allocated 1200 GB monthly usage, it would be used in infrequent but very intense bursts. Every so many hours several gigabytes of data would have to be transferred at 100Mbps...

    Are they going to yank it if it's transferring at 100Mbps for 20 min straight? (20 GB of data)

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    i doubt they will cut you but i would check with them to make sure
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  3. #3
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    2 things

    1) Servers at SM come with 10mbps port, so it can't go at 100mbps
    2) they shouldn't yank it
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    Originally posted by ewhost
    2 things

    1) Servers at SM come with 10mbps port, so it can't go at 100mbps
    2) they shouldn't yank it
    YOu can order a 100mbit port
    Steven Ciaburri | Industry's Best Server Management - Rack911.com
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  5. #5
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    I posted on their support forums.

    1) Servers at SM come with 10mbps port, so it can't go at 100mbps
    They've an option to upgrade to 100Mbps for $10/mo.

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