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What Ram/CPU specs VPS is necessary for 24/7 headless selenium?
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What Ram/CPU specs VPS is necessary for 24/7 headless selenium?

adeta9adeta9 Member

What Ram/CPU specs VPS is necessary for 24/7 headless selenium? What would be considered the minimum/ also what would be comfortably stable with some headroom? Also do hosts care if you do selenium scraping on their VPS?

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  • vpsgetvpsget Member

    Selenium Web-Driver uses jdk and chromedriver. So guess you need to start from 2GB RAM , with mostly any provider you able to upgrade your VPS package anytime w/o data loss and dowtime.
    Well we able to configure the environment for you free of charge if you host with us.

  • danielhmdanielhm Member

    Well we able to configure the environment for you free of charge if you host with us.

    Be careful, you're not a provider here so trying to solicit business could get you banned.

    What Ram/CPU specs VPS is necessary for 24/7 headless selenium? What would be considered the minimum/ also what would be comfortably stable with some headroom? Also do hosts care if you do selenium scraping on their VPS?

    The biggest problem with 24/7 headless is CPU, which is a shared resource on most VPS providers. Chrome is really intensive and if you review most ToS, they prohibit sustained use of CPU or high load averages - both of which headless Chrome cause.

    RAM you can get away with 1.5 - 2GB.

  • vpsgetvpsget Member

    The biggest problem with 24/7 headless is CPU, which is a shared resource on most VPS providers.

    Yes this may be a problem if providers oversell or use old openvz6 [where cpu limit not working properly for all cases] but with openvz7 providers have more cpu limit control.
    However for such case better to select KVM Virtualization.

    Be careful, you're not a provider here so trying to solicit business could get you banned.

    Tank you . I'm not sharing any links and registered here since 2016. Wonder why we have lost provider status [ticket already submitted]

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