Until now I was using a windows vps for my hosting.
Everything is still on there. IIS, MySQL, AwStats, SmarterMail and SmarterStats.
That VPS has 5Gb space, 200Gb transfer and 256Mb of ram.
Everything is working fine as it is, but yesterday I found a great deal that I just could not pass.
10Gb space, 400Gb tranfer and 640Mb of ram. Also on widows 2003.
So I just grabbed it
And now I'm not sure what to do.
Migrate everything to the new vps? Transfer mysql, mail and stats to the new vps and keep only IIS on the first one? or reverse that?
Perhaps somehow have the exact same stuff on both, perfectly balanced?
Keeping in mind I only do about 100gb of tranfer per month, what would be the best solution here?
First, test the 2nd offer for stability before you trust it with your site/s. If the deal is too good, sometimes it can't be true
If you are happy at your current VPS provider I don't see a reason to change it immediate. However if you want to load balance you can do some file syncing between the two and do a very basic failover soleution with a service like DNS Made Easy, it is not load balance so much as it is failover.
you will have problems with "load balancing" when they two VPSes are not part of the same network, you won't keep sessions, variables, etc.