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#1 ckarea

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Posted 01 May 2011 - 08:57 AM

i have check the download rate

it's about 1.5mbits per user to run the video smooth

so for 1g port, it can support about 666 online user at one time

for 100tb, it means it support 222 online user

(100tb/1g port is always better than unmeter 1G due to off peak)

as my hosting experience, you can get a good CPU/RAM with 100tb at about $200

that means about $1 per online user

am I right about all this?

#2 imissyouar

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Posted 01 May 2011 - 10:30 AM

1G port doesnt mean u can max it easily.

it is related to your hard disk speed and ram capacity

#3 ckarea

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Posted 01 May 2011 - 10:51 AM

yea sure will get enough config

just saying about the bandwidth

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Posted 19 February 2012 - 08:39 PM

In a lab environment:
10Mbit port - 15 users simultaneous.
100Mbit port - 180 users simultaneous.
1000Mbit port - 1850 users simultaneous.

But, as bigger the port you have loose more users:
1. HD('s) bottleneck.
2. You still running a website on this server so you have tons of other files (Mysql querys, php files, and etc, for example - log files and thumbnails are nightmare for huge websites) being requestd.
3. Network problems/packet loss.
4. Your 1Gbit port is not really 1Gbit.

#5 migell06

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Posted 03 November 2012 - 06:44 PM

In a lab environment:
10Mbit port - 15 users simultaneous.
100Mbit port - 180 users simultaneous.
1000Mbit port - 1850 users simultaneous.

But, as bigger the port you have loose more users:
1. HD('s) bottleneck.
2. You still running a website on this server so you have tons of other files (Mysql querys, php files, and etc, for example - log files and thumbnails are nightmare for huge websites) being requestd.
3. Network problems/packet loss.
4. Your 1Gbit port is not really 1Gbit.


this is very true. yeah!!!!!

#6 dsou

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 12:17 PM

nice topic. its all good to know information all useful in practice.