i have almost no idea how much more it would cost to go unmetered, i currently use about 1TB per month which is spread over 3 servers currently (these are realllllly low end) but i expect this figure to go up.
the reason i need to change is because at peak times (if a new file comes out that lots of people want) the servers just cant cope (there capped at 2GB up each)
so if going from 3 servers down 1 one unmetered server is cheaper then yes, but as i said, i dont quite understand how the ammount of space on the line is alocated? this is what im having trouble with.
The only way to know, is to find out for yourself, by downloading testfiles on different moments of the day. Provider stats don't mean much if they put you with 200 on one switch. The only problem is, that available bandwidth depends on both ends and what is in between. So in order to test, you will need sufficient bandwidth on your end too.
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