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    VPS OR Dedicated Server?

    Hi there,

    Does anyone prefer VPS/Dedicated Hosting?
    My sites use heavy CPU Resources which cause my host to suspend my accounts.

    Should I go dedicated Server OR VPS?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincentas View Post
    Hi there,

    Does anyone prefer VPS/Dedicated Hosting?
    My sites use heavy CPU Resources which cause my host to suspend my accounts.

    Should I go dedicated Server OR VPS?
    Do you have any load stats?
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    A VPS would probably fit your needs however as connected mentioned some load stats and general resource figures would help but I appreciate you're currently on shared hosting and probably don't run a real world copy on your local machine.

    If you don't have these figures perhaps you could tell us what your website is doing to cause this CPU load which might help is estimate the resource usage - you could try starting out with a medium style VPS and then monitor it's usage and decide later if you would like to increase the resources (which is easier on a VPS than a dedicated server).

    Billy
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    Can you post your load stat s . What is your current load average? Do you have SSH Access ?
    Last edited by Jon-RackSRV; 27th January 2013 at 08:15 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bytesrack View Post
    Can you post your load stat s . What is your current load average? Do you have SSH Access ?
    I'm no moderator but it's a good idea to read the rules first
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoxSRV-Jack View Post
    I'm no moderator but it's a good idea to read the rules first
    Please use the report button so we don't miss any rule breakers Jack
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    Quote Originally Posted by markstylor View Post
    hello
    linux virtual private server or dedicated server is provided by us.
    Clearly you have yet to learn from your mistakes so perhaps a WHC issues holiday is in order, come back!
    Jon Roberts, M.D of RackSRV Communications Ltd
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    I suggest to use dedicated server, because it is individual server with dedicated RAMs. In VPS if your neighbours are using server intensive, yours server will be slow and sometimes unreachable at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jash View Post
    In VPS if your neighbours are using server intensive, yours server will be slow and sometimes unreachable at all.
    That's entirely down to the VPS technlogy being used - our VDS clients can use 100% of their allocated CPU & Memory all day long without any impact to other tennants on the same hardware

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    In my opinion VPS is cheaper, but a dedicated server is more reliable. The details about the difference between these two types of servers are well described on the following site
    Last edited by Bobz; 5th March 2013 at 08:44 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobz View Post
    In my opinion VPS is cheaper, but a dedicated server is more reliable. The details about the difference between these two types of servers are well described on the following spam
    Why do you continue to bother to spam your links here?
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    Sorry, but that was not spam. I wanted the users to see the difference between VPS and dedicated as this theme is described by other hosting clients.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincentas View Post
    Hi there,

    Does anyone prefer VPS/Dedicated Hosting?
    My sites use heavy CPU Resources which cause my host to suspend my accounts.

    Should I go dedicated Server OR VPS?
    You go with dedicated server. Dedicated server is best.

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    It actually depends on your budget - you can find powerful VPS plans with much cheaper price then a dedicated one.
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    First you should optimise your site to not cause unnecessary load. THen ask your host for load details to identiffy scrtipts which cause it.
    Then you might get an idea if VPS will be sufficing.
    Last edited by slrslr; 7th April 2013 at 07:18 PM.

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