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  1. #1
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    VPS host has a question for customer.. need your help

    I'm curious.. could anyone please tell me what you think, why or why it wouldn't be a good deal.. here we go..

    1000 Gigs of transfer
    200 mb ram dedicated
    5 gigs of hard disk space.

    cost $59.99

    this would be running FreeVPS on CentOS 3.5, i'm still learning how HSphere and FreeVPS work.. but would like users input...

    VPS Would be located in Los Angeles on Hurricane Electric + Local Peering...

    Thanks!

    j

  2. #2
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    The only downside to it is it may be slightly lacking in ram, although for people looking to host files this would be an exellent deal, 1000GB transfer for that price will be a really big seller IMO.

  3. #3
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    thanks for the response.. how many customers do you think would fit on a 3ghz xeon with 2 mb cache? i'm trying to fill a niche here.. where need bandwidth more than processing power.. i'm hoping atleast 10 users?

    thanks.

    j

  4. Up the space and lower the BW. Up the RAM a lil for that price.
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  5. #5
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    thanks for your response.. maybe i could up the ram.. but this will be for users who need little space and a lot of bandwidth, i know there are those kinds of people.. =)

    j

  6. #6
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    Don't forget though if you're serving files, the more Apache threads you open up, the more ram it'll take ... so yes a nice transfer limit is good, but it's no good if the customer doesn't have enough ram to use it all!

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