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  1. #1
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    please give shared hosting server suggestion. thanks!

    Hi,


    i doubt how to get a "suitable" hardware for the shared hosting server.

    suitable? i mean:

    1> i know the high level cup,the more ram,the higher speed hdd will get best performance.

    2> but the ram may give too much,the cpu spec. may too high,...etc.




    my shared hosting servers runs whm/cpanel with centos,

    the websites on it are general,php/mysql service(forum、cart...etc),

    those are sata hdd only,

    and i feel that it looks likely the hdd is the bottleneck of the speed,

    because there are high io problem,i think it may too many mysql connection cause.


    i wonder if more ram will improve it,if yes,how many gb ram is enough?

    i know the more ram is better,but too much will be waste.


    i think the cpu is important,too.

    but if too high spec. cpu may be wasted,too.



    so,i wonder how to build a economical server and do not waste the resource of any part.

    or can you share the spec. of your servers now?


    thanks

  2. #2
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    i believe you must try the Reseller Hosting Forum
    Sam
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  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by activelobby4u View Post
    i believe you must try the Reseller Hosting Forum
    Hi,

    How to say ?


    thanks

  4. #4
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    The most vague and commonly asked question, the server specifications depend on your needs and on your sites.

    It is possible to have a server with 1 site on it with the load averages sky high and the same one with 500 other sites with low load averages, there are a lot of variables into this, including the budget, so I would do my own research and see how everything works out. I also suggest that once you get a setup that works for you (CPU, HDDs, RAM, etc), stick with it for new servers until it's starting to get old.
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