Will Buying More RAM Speed Up My Site?

Aug 25, 2007

I run an online flash game website, which gets between 20000-40000 unique visitors per day. The website basically just hosts flash games which I upload myself. I have no forum, do not run any databases or have any major scripts running or anything; the site is just plain html and php includes (with images and flash [.swf] files also)

I currently have 512MB of RAM on my VPS. If I decide to upgrade to a similar plan on a Dedicated Server, but instead with either 1GB or 2GB of RAM, would that make my website faster, particularly loading time? (As some games are 5 to 10 MB in size).

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Speed Of My Site

Aug 22, 2007

I just bought a hosting on one of the American servers providers, so I am interested how fast my site loads at different locations around the world. Mainly I am interested in US, Europe and Australia. I am from Europe but, my connection is not so great
I want you input on how fast does it load on your end, and maybe how high ping is from your provider.

I hope there are some people who want to help me. I want post a link here because then people will complaint that I am advertising the site...

So if it is not a problem just post a message on this topic and I will send you a link true private message.


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I have a website on bluehost and i have a major problem in downloading speed from my site. for ex. if you went to any game page on my site "that download the game to play" the download time for the game "flash file" take DOUBLE the normal time.

I am on shared hosting, i know it may be less perfect but not to that level of slowness.

I have no errors in the log file .

When i searched for the server i found it has 1260 web sites.

My site www.samargames.com and you may check for game page.

how to solve the slow of downloading the flash files from my BH account.

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I am looking for a long-term host and was wondering:

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My requirements are:

- min. 24 Ports (4 SFP ports) 10/100/1000

- Layer 3 routing

- Low latency is more important than high throughput

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What used servers and software would be a great setup for what I want to do? I program websites using XHTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT AND PHP.

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I also do internet facing bgp routing.

I was thinking something like this:

1 x C6509-E Chassis
1 x VS-S720-10G-3CXL 720 with 2 ports 10GbE MSFC3 PFC3C XL
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1 x WS-C6509-E-FAN Fan tray
2 x WS-CAC-3000W

I will probably add on the forwarding card to the 6724 once my traffic levels rises more.

Additionally I would probably be getting one more identical box a little later.

Could I get any feedback on this setup, is there anything I've missed?

Also, if you have bought a similar setup before I would love to to be given an idea of what I should expect for pricing?

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I'm wondering what kinds of hardware we would need to make this happen. If I were to setup a box with a quad core CPU, 4-8GB of RAM, and a few 15K RPM drives would that be able to handle file serving and PHP/mySQL? Would multiple processors be required? What about RAID?

I guess the real question is what kind of hardware requirements are involved with setting up a file server. I'm guessing running PHP and mySQL is not really an issue but I don't want the site to slow down because of the file serving. I'm sure some of you have experience with this sort of thing so if anyone knows please let share your thoughts.

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I have heared a lot about hostgator and saw many persons praising it, but when i was going to buy it, i accidently saw a few sites on google giving bad remarks about the HostGator.

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Do I need to transfer the doamin into HostMonster?

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I find the plans to be ok.

I would like to clear a few doubts before I buy a VPS.

Here are some of them:This is the kind of setup I am looking for. Debian/Ubuntu + Webmin + Virtualmin + Usermin (maybe) + LAMP + RoR (upgradability).

I want to host multiple websites.

I would appreciate if ServeAxis can set this up for me to start with. Atleast, OS + LAMP + Webmin + Virtualmin LAMP should be setup the with default options provided by most of the shared hosts (eg: Dreamhost). Virtual host, etc. should be enabled.

Is there a knowledgebase (wiki) where I can read up on how to do this. I am okie with managing a linux system (ui, terminal) but haven't had core experience using live server. I can follow instruction through manual etc. but I have no clue of best practices.

No Community for ServerAxis users? Is there a forum etc. for Serveraxis.com users?

I can't find information regarding installation etc. on your website. Please give me any pointers if there are on the website or a handbook for administration.

This post would have been apt in the ServerAxis forum (if there was one), if not then from what I have figured out here is where I can get a good response.

I have put up a request for the same at support & sales @ SA. Will post up updates when I receive them.

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I intend to run:

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-Some game servers

However my main intention is to run some Team Fortress 2 game servers on the dedi.

How many Team Fortress 2 game servers do you think I could run with these specifications?

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I'd like a switch that specifically isn't meant for home use, because a big part of the reason for purchasing it is to get experience configuring, using, and troubleshooting a production-quality switch that has anywhere from 8-32 ports.

For those of you that actually network 32 devices together in production, do you have one mega 32-port switch, or multiple smaller (e.g. 8-port) switches? What setup, in your experience, have you determined to be ideal?

What criteria are very important to consider when purchasing a switch that, as a newbie to this area, I may not have otherwise considered? Most resources on this topic give pretty basic information, but don't highlight the real 'gotcha' areas.

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For once we'd just like a little server ourself. We are located in the UK.

We're hoping to spend max 110. So far we ain't been able to get a good deal for that much.

(tried ebay)

To make a pc - it would cost us more than that pricewise. To buy an old one and do few upgrades.. it would still cost us a bomb.

Do you know where I can purchase cheap pre-built webservers direct? I can't seem to find any websites. There mostly 200+

Also I'm hoping to run windows platform (mainly due to near null experiance with Linux), what simple software can I install to get:


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I recently discovered the magic of Tuangou / group buying after a short stay in China. It made me wonder why this efficient method of purchasing things has yet to be popularised in the Western world. (See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuangou for more information.)

I think that this is quite interesting when you look at the economics of server resources, in particular online data storage. I have been looking for around 100GB of cheap, reliable FTP space for a while now, but it seems that truly cheap storage is only available if you have terabytes of data to store. This has always prevented me from storing my data in 'the cloud'.

However, if the Tuangou principles are applied to this situation a lot of cheap storage could be realised so long as there were enough people to cover the yearly cost.

Which moves me on to the crux of my post...

As a home user or small business owner, would you be willing to wait longer for an online storage service to be provisioned and pay in advance if there were significant cost savings to be had?

(By significant cost savings I mean cheaper than Amazon's S3.)

I'm currently looking to set up a company offering just this, but do not wish to enter the market until I can substantiate my own views and until I can be sure that my target market does not solely consist of me.

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Furthermore I have other servers with FDC which are 100mbit which perform better than my 1 Gbit one. There are no server bottlenecks (CPU/RAM/HDD), since I've closely monitored them (PRTG) and they aren't even heavily utilised. So the problem is with the network at some point.

Speed Test : [url]

where abouts you are downloading from, your ISP and net connection. Wget's from servers are also welcome as are traceroutes.

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I emailed 3 companies 3 days ago. One replied within 6 hours with a quote, and the other two still have yet to respond, guess which company I am most likely to go with?

So do you get put off by a lack of a sales team / delays? To me its like they don't want my service.

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The site to the right, is network which runs a windows 2003 server as the router for the network.

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The good news: If I simply allocate an IP resource of 1 to a subscription it is pulled from the pool, assigned to the service node, assigned to the web site, DNS is updated, and the site is automatically changed to using a Dedicated IPv4 and Dedicated IPv6.

The bad news: visitors land on the default web site of the service node, with the default SSL certificate.

Other info: I can't ping the new IP, even though it shows in "ip a l" and /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0:0. [edited]

After the IP assignment, it is still installed, and /etc/httpd/conf/plesk.conf.d/ip_default/domainname.conf shows the new certificate is being used.

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Setting the SSL cert to None, changing to a dedicated IP, and enabling SSL results in the server being inexplicably inaccessible...browsers no longer connect to either the default site or the correct site, and I don't see any entries in the vhosts's logs.

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