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  1. #1
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    Question Which processor to use?

    Hi,
    I'm looking for Windows dedicated servers... So I'd like to know which processor (with 1Gb ram) to use to host 350+ domains in a server, having a good performance. What is the minimum?

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    With 350+ domains, I'd actually upgrade your RAM to 2GB first, and then go for maybe Dual Xeon processors.

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    I normally put a Xeon Dual 2.4 or 2.8 Ghz. For Windows it is correct better put the RAM more about 2 GB.

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    Dual Xeon P4 (2.4 GHz or better) with atleast 1.5GB+ ram.

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    P4 3.0 HT

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    p4 2.8 Ghz, 1Gb RAM (more if needed in task mgr)

  7. #7
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    What about hosting 60 domains ??

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    386, 32 megs edo ram, rhl 3.2

    or whatever the distro was 8 years ago

    depends on the size of the sites.. maybe a p4 3.0, maybe a dual xeon.. maybe a cluster?! I hate these damn questions!

    It's the same as asking.. 'how many miles can I get out of a car made in 2000?'

    sortove hard to tell you.
    I specialize in neck beards
    Latest: Reach for Android

  9. #9
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    It's not the number of domains but how resource hungry they are - that counts in hardware selection
    http://www.nirmani.net
    [Managed Linux servers, reseller plans & shared web hosting]

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    Hey mg-, I think that you had not study probability with possible deducible data.... It's so easy!!! hahahahahaha

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