Thinking about purchasing, question.

Discussion in 'General' started by MustangV10, Aug 29, 2011.

  1. MustangV10

    MustangV10 Member


    cPanel VPS Optimized 3;
    WHM 11.30.2 (build 1);
    CENTOS 5.6 i686 virtuozzo on server
    Memory: 1 GB
    Burst: 2 GB
    Space: 50 GB
    Bandwidth: 1000 GB

    Server information:


    There's my server information, so hopefully you can help me with my question better now.


    I was wondering would I be ok purchasing the 'VPS Lease LSWS Enterprise' product (500 concurrent conditions is by FAR enough, I assume '2G Memory' means '2GB memory', if so, that will be fine as well.

    Or would I need to purchase the 8-CPU Lease License since the server has 8 processors.

  2. anything

    anything Well-Known Member

    You only need to buy as much cpu support as you need.

    with those sort of numbers I'd assume you aren't doing millions of visitors / day /etc?
    so I would suggest you will easily get away with a normal VPS license.
  3. MustangV10

    MustangV10 Member

    Not a lot of visitors, it's a hosting business and has 30 cPanel accounts on (not overally active sites).
  4. MustangV10

    MustangV10 Member

    Can a LiteSpeed support member please reply to confirm this will be ok before I purchase?
  5. Lauren

    Lauren LiteSpeed Staff Staff Member

    Yes, you can start with a vps license. see What License to Choose

    You can upgrade and downgrade at any time with no set up needed. So you can upgrade later when needed.
  6. redstrike

    redstrike Well-Known Member

    I wonder about the owned fees of 1 CPU lisence for 1 commodity server. It cost me 1200 USD to buy a commodity server with 4 CPU, 4 GB RAM. And the cost of 1 CPU lisence is 500 USD. What happen if my infrastructure is bigger. Should i save nearly 3 times of 500 buck to buy a new server?

    What difference between max connections 150 vs 500 and UNLIMITED? Is there any server performances impact?
  7. NiteWave

    NiteWave Administrator

    when web server get busier, more connections(between web sever and client) will be established. if your sever is not busy, it's no performance difference between different max connections limit. if fail to create new connection when max connection limit reach, the new requests are queuing there and not be served at once, then you may feel the slowness. if the queue is full, new requests may be lost.

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