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    how many traffic per month can 4GB RAM and 10 TB BANDWITH of Dedicated server gives me?

    Hi
    please who can tell me how many traffic per month can 4GB RAM and 10 TB BANDWITH of Dedicated server gives me?

    Thanks

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    • NomadNomad Member
      edited August 2015

      Exactly 10TB.
      Roughly 10000 GB. Or 10240 GB...

      /arsemode

      Well, depends on your content, site, coding.
      Can be millions or thousands.

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    • ClouviderClouvider Member, Provider

      @exponent22 said:
      10 TB BANDWITH

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    • You've answered your question

    • Is this a serious question?

    • 10TB. Will be easily reached if it's static files or big files, might bottleneck on CPU, RAM or HDD speed if you plan to host a dynamic website, depending on the site, coding etc as @Nomad already said...

    • @camjac251 said:
      Is this a serious question?

      Is this question legit?

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    • rm_rm_ Member

      camjac251 said: Is this a serious question?

      Never underestimate how dumb some people can be.

    • Maybe this person asks about visitors (traffic = visitors, not bandwidth), eg. 100 uv / day, means 3,000 uv per month. I am not sure.

    • @JRTech said:
      Maybe this person asks about visitors (traffic = visitors, not bandwidth), eg. 100 uv / day, means 3,000 uv per month. I am not sure.

      Duh

      I'm here to collect your heart

    • @JRTech said:
      Maybe this person asks about visitors (traffic = visitors, not bandwidth), eg. 100 uv / day, means 3,000 uv per month. I am not sure.

      yes thats exactly what i mean.

      thanks

    • exponent22 said: yes thats exactly what i mean.

      If so it depends on your site, what the coding is like, if pages are cached or php with heavy mysql query on a huge database for each page... It's impossible to tell without knowing more about the server (CPU? HDD type? etc) and your website (CMS? custom code? heavy DB query? 50GB database? etc).

    • ClouviderClouvider Member, Provider
      edited August 2015

      That's impossible to tell without heaving all server metrics regarding this website and external metrics of uniq visitors in the same timeframe.

      Without the above its just more or less educated guessing.

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    • it is a wordpress viral site

    • @exponent22 said:
      it is a wordpress viral site

      That is still little to no information, could support 10 visit, or could support 10,000.

    • As people said above, it mostly depends on what your website does, if its dynamic or static content, what webserver you're using, how the website is coded and what it exactly does... it's impossible to guess.
      Hire someone with skills to do it, or grab an small server and then upgrade if it isn't enough.

    • Maybe @Traffic can help

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    • @exponent22 said:
      it is a wordpress viral site

      How many KB's is an avarage page size?
      Do you use a CDN?
      Do you offload your images to a third party site?
      Do you have opcache, memcache.
      Do you host your own videos?
      How good is your template?
      Et cetera...

      Thanked by 1ATHK

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    • ClouviderClouvider Member, Provider

      And the above will still not give you even close to accurate figures.

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    • No one can answer but you, why not use cloud? Scalable

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    • @rokok said:
      Maybe Traffic can help

      Thanks for the mention! Of course I can.

      10 TB = 10240 GB BW

      And now let's do the obvious math

      4096/10240=0.4

      (10240/0.4)*2015=51584000

      And if you pay yearly, you can serve

      51584000/12= ~4298666.6666 visitors every month

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    • ClouviderClouvider Member, Provider

      Ha! ;)

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    • @Traffic said:
      51584000/12= ~4298666.6666 visitors every month

      Whoa 666.6666 easy up there satan.
      /sarcasm

      We need at least a little bit of information @OP, have you got ANY stats for the webpage that'll be hosted on that machine?

      Thanked by 2Traffic netomx
    • NyrNyr Member

      rokok said: why not use cloud? Scalable

      And way more expensive.

    • agoldenbergagoldenberg Member, Provider

      Roughly 20 traffic.

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    • BG32BG32 Member

      Treefiddy

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      Thanked by (44)

    • ClouviderClouvider Member, Provider

      @Nyr said:
      And way more expensive.

      That depends actually :)

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    • About tree fiddy traffics.

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    • FlamesRunnerFlamesRunner Member
      edited August 2015

      Calculate the file size with all the files being loaded on one page and use metrics to determine this.

      Multiply the file size of the web directory and multiply by the amount of visitors you anticipate. The end result is in the same unit as the total space used in your web directory. (probably MB)

      Now, I'd write a better method, but I'm lazy.

      wget https://s.flamz.pw/dl/bench.sh && bash bench.sh

      curl https://s.flamz.pw/analytics/bench/stats.php

    • 42

      Have I mentioned how much I hate auto correct recently?

    • ben78ben78 Member
      edited August 2015

      42x4x1024x10x1024

    • This is roughly 200GB traffic, the main site has a size of ~700kb:

      tsdns.io - free, redundant, DDoS-protected TSDNS

    • I think it's either 1 or 0. Depending on whether if @Traffic visits your site or not.

      Thanked by 3Traffic ATHK mint

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    • Typically you'll want to take the 10 and multiple it by your ram, then find the square root of a banana and times it by pie.

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    • @sc754 said:
      Typically you'll want to take the 10 and multiple it by your ram, then find the square root of a banana and times it by pie.

      47?

    • If you are talking about load, how many at once it can handle, bandwidth isn't the factor, cpu power is. Bandwidth only measures how long you can handle them not, not if.

    • netomxnetomx Member, Moderator

      I'd say 42

    • @Nomad said:
      I think it's either 1 or 0. Depending on whether if Traffic visits your site or not.

      Only correct answer, I'm afraid :)

      No traffic like Traffic's.

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    • Having a site myself that has 2.5 million page requests per day and is generating ~6TB a month. YMMV.

      Thanked by 1netomx
    • 1,000 visits a day, or 30,000 per month, 25 pages served each visit x 1,000 = 25,000 per day, 750,000 per month with page size 50000 bytes or 50 kb would cost 35 gigs bandwidth per month. The bigger the web page, graphics, database, coding, more bandwidth will be used to serve the page(s).

      10tb should be more than enough with a 1 gbps uplink

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