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10G uplink vs 1G uplink

In which cases 10G uplink is needed? Even for colocation hetzner offers 1G uplink

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  • Ever download linux ISOs before?

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  • @Chievo said:
    In which cases 10G uplink is needed? Even for colocation hetzner offers 1G uplink

    Yes, you should use 10G uplink for your wordpress site..

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  • @CyberneticTitan said:
    Ever download linux ISOs before?

    Yes i am. The only case that could consider it is for streaming

  • @chocolateshirt said:

    @Chievo said:
    In which cases 10G uplink is needed? Even for colocation hetzner offers 1G uplink

    Yes, you should use 10G uplink for your wordpress site..

    Irony .i am not streaming anything

  • there is only 1 case: when a 1Gbps port cannot handle the traffic

  • If you want to share very large potassium research datasets, for example, then 10 gigabit is 10 times the potassium transmission speed. 100 gigabit would cause the potassium to explode, so be careful with potassium.

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  • 10G is ten times faster then 1G. the more the better! as always!

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  • @tgl said:
    there is only 1 case: when a 1Gbps port cannot handle the traffic

    The only case is when you can afford it.

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  • @hyperblast said:
    10G is ten times faster then 1G. the more the better! as always!

    Sure.....irony catched

  • Sometimes just over killed. there is a limit in IO anyway and other peering factors. Good to have in place for burst not for real world usage of streaming or static file download if not dedicated 10Gbps.

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  • @Chievo said:
    In which cases 10G uplink is needed? Even for colocation hetzner offers 1G uplink

    10G is needed when you want to use your server to serve files such as a mirror or a filehost (think of mega.co or uploaded.net). Those need high uplink as a lot of users will be downloading files from there at once, so you don't want the bottleneck to be from your server's uplink.

    Another use can be for the speedtest host server or even video sharing site like youtube clone (also falls under file sharing site).

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    Don't be so serious. It's just a forum. No one cares what you think anyway.

  • JordJord Moderator, Provider

    Well, as they say, bigger is better.

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  • @Jord said:
    Well, as they say, bigger is better.

    They also say, good things comes in small packages

    Disclaimer: Above rule does NOT apply to body parts.

    Don't be so serious. It's just a forum. No one cares what you think anyway.

  • DelongDelong Member, Provider

    I think this could get tossed in the if you need to ask you don't need it bucket.

  • JordJord Moderator, Provider
    edited November 2019

    @somik said:

    @Jord said:
    Well, as they say, bigger is better.

    They also say, good things comes in small packages

    Disclaimer: Above rule does NOT apply to body parts.

    The bigger the pipe, the more you can fit down it.

    Disclaimer Above rule DOES apply to body parts.

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  • @Delong said:
    I think this could get tossed in the if you need to ask you don't need it bucket.

    Sir, here on LET, we are going to need a bigger bucket...

    Don't be so serious. It's just a forum. No one cares what you think anyway.

  • JordJord Moderator, Provider

    @somik said:

    @Delong said:
    I think this could get tossed in the if you need to ask you don't need it bucket.

    Sir, here on LET, we are going to need a bigger bucket...

    Oh, I'm sure you can find a BIG BUCKET near KFC sir ;) I heard a few hang around there.

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  • If you're using your server mirror files, files hosting. You maybe should think use 10Gbps, but if you are only using for wordpress site, you know the answerrrrr.

  • JordJord Moderator, Provider

    @HostinganID said:
    If you're using your server mirror files, files hosting. You maybe should think use 10Gbps, but if you are only using for wordpress site, you know the answerrrrr.

    Still 10Gbit right?

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  • PUSHR_VictorPUSHR_Victor Member, Provider

    @Jord said:

    @HostinganID said:
    If you're using your server mirror files, files hosting. You maybe should think use 10Gbps, but if you are only using for wordpress site, you know the answerrrrr.

    Still 10Gbit right?

    At least, sir.

  • rly?

  • JordJord Moderator, Provider

    @kalipus said:
    rly?

    Yes really...

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  • @Jord said:

    @kalipus said:
    rly?

    Yes really...

    can't take anything here seriousliy

  • when it is available as free add on :lol:

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  • JordJord Moderator, Provider

    @kalipus said:

    @Jord said:

    @kalipus said:
    rly?

    Yes really...

    can't take anything here seriousliy

    If you have the option for 10Gbit, go for it :)

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  • edited November 2019

    In times where home connections reaches 1Gbit/s and above you might consider 10G to avoid that a single client an saturate your service.

  • cazrzcazrz Member
    edited November 2019

    For wp sites rather than considering 10gb try cdn and convert your wp site into static. Then offload your media files to object storage.

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  • I like to serve my "Welcome to nginx!" page on at least 10gbps speed.

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  • WiredBladeWiredBlade Member, Provider

    @Chievo said:
    In which cases 10G uplink is needed? Even for colocation hetzner offers 1G uplink

    The default option for dedicated servers is 1G uplink. The upgrade to 10G uplink costs like $30 more. The default connectivity for VPS is already 10G.

    The 10G uplink is suitable for video streaming as well as network heavy file sync between servers at different locations.

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  • 1gservers1gservers Member, Provider

    We have seen most of our customers utilize 10Gbps uplinks on their dedicated servers primarily for video & audio/radio streaming. Having said that, there are many other reasons to have a 10Gbps uplink. In fact, as it becomes more of the norm as hardware & bandwidth prices fall, you will start to see 10Gbps uplinks coming standard on dedicated servers. At the present time though, it does generally cost more to get a server with a 10Gbps uplink.

    The majority of customers still tend to go for servers with 1Gbps uplinks, as the need for higher capacity 10Gbps uplinks isn't necessarily required for the most common of scenarios.

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  • seems everyone is focused on bandwidth capacity for 10Gbps vs 1Gbps but forget to mention the better latency as well :)

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