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    Recomendation for 5000 ips/day

    Hi.
    My site is a PHPNuke CMS and i have 5000-7000 uniques ips/day.
    I need help to choose hosting for my site.
    Hostings, VPS (Which?) or Dedicated (Expensive for me)

    Wait your response.

    Thanks you.
    Greetings.

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    Get a large semi-dedicated account or a managed VPS - ideal for what you need.



    Kind Regards,

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    Where are you getting those reports? The hit counter in nuke logs page hits not unique. How many members are on your site at one time?

    What is the size of your database? How much bandwidth is the site using?

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    Hi.
    Hit counter Google Analitycs.
    Members online/one time = Depend of hour (20-30, moments high 50-60)
    My database is 16 mb large
    Bandwidth = 200 mb /day

    Thanks you.
    I need sitenames for buy vps... (reccomendation)

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    I think that you'd better visit Vps offers section there. And If I were you I'd stay at shared account.
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    I use WiredTree and love the service and performance. If you use the search function you can find the current deal they are running in the offers section. A VPS server will meet your needs.

    Right now you can get the 256mb plan with 128mb free memory and that will support your site without any issues.

    Other managed VPS providers I like from my research and reviews here are KnownHost and SteadFast.

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    I'd go with either Servint or Liquidweb for a VPS.
    Tektonic would suffice if you're fine with completely unmanaged.
    David
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    Quote Originally Posted by David View Post
    I'd go with either Servint or Liquidweb for a VPS.
    Tektonic would suffice if you're fine with completely unmanaged.
    You know Tektonic has managed plans also, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by daejuanj View Post
    You know Tektonic has managed plans also, right?
    Sure do. Thanks, tips!
    David
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    Quote Originally Posted by David View Post
    Sure do. Thanks, tips!
    Just thought it would make more sense to clarify for the OP benefit.

    Any my name is not "tips".
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    I think you can stay with shared host. PHPnuke is not resource intensive like some modern modular CMS.

    And 200 MB/day is quite low for 5000-7000 unique ip/day. If I do a calculate, 5000 visits take you only 200 MB, so 40 KB per visit. Don't you use any graphic ?

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    try 8mbps or 16 mbps

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    VPS is good for you but does your traffic increasing, remember some of your traffic might came from bots of search engines.

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