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Old 02-27-2005, 03:50 AM
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High End VPS vs Low End Dedicated


I want to know the server performance, High End VPS vs Low End Dedicated, what do you think? Which Better?
I want to offer Shared Hosting or Reseller Hosting to my client, and I plan to host 100 - 200 simple website (static, low traffic).
My shared hosting plan are 50M space/1G bandwith, 100M space/2G bandwith, and 250M space/5G bandwith. I'm currently using reseller account.
Can this server below handle my needs?


Example:
ServInt VPS ($49) vs LayeredTech Cheapest Server ($69) or ServerMatrix Super Celeron ($89)

Servint VPS Spec:
10G Space
200G Bandwith
Guarantee RAM 256 -> Burst 1G
Dual Xeon 3,06
8GB EEC DDR RAM
RAID 5
Linux
CPanel
Fully Managed

Layered Tech Server
80GB Hardisk
1000G Bandwith
AMD SEMPRON 2600
512 DDR RAM
Linux
CPanel (Additional Cost)
100% Self Managed

ServerMatrix spec:
80GB Hardisk
1200GB Bandwith
2,4G Celeron
1024M RAM
Linux
CPanel (Additional Cost)
Managed


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Old 02-27-2005, 07:28 AM
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I think you've posted this in two places. Please stick to one thread.

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Old 02-27-2005, 11:26 AM
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OK, I think I will continue in the dedicated forum.... how to delete this thread?

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Old 02-27-2005, 03:22 PM
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You can't easily compare a VPS to a dediated machine. But take for example if you purchase a cheap dedicated server, it probably has a single proc, small amount of memory and single disk. It might perform ok, but if that hard disk ever failed, you're out of luck.

Whereas, if you site doesn't require a dedicated server (ie. can run on shared or VPS), you would hopefully benefit because your provider should be using some type of RAID setup with multple procs and a high amount of memory.

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Old 02-27-2005, 03:41 PM
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I personally really like the idea of VPS the fact that they take care of the security stuff really helps reduce to cost of hiring server techs and what not. The software is also very secure so it helps prevent DDoS,etc

That is also a big bonus.

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