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max. domain number ?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by troubler, Sep 18, 2004.

  1. troubler

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    Hi all,

    Has anyone an idea what is or should to be a good avarage of max. number of domains at a server like :

    OS : 2003 Enterprise
    CPU : P4 1.7 Ghz
    RAM : 512
    CP : Plesk7

    Thanks for realistic answers....
     
  2. troubler

    troubler Guest

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    Nobody any idea ?
     
  3. Mertz

    Mertz Guest

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    If you pick an unlimited domain license you're pretty much limited at that point by your hardware and how many sites IIS 6.0 will support by default, which I believe is up in the thousands.

    With your hardware I would say 60 to 90 domains max. I'm running a dual opterons with 2GB of RAM for a target of 300 domains per server and I'm considering upping the RAM to 4GB before it's all said and done.
     
  4. LithiuM

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    It depends the sites you host.. If you host low traffic corporate sites I think it can easily serve 500-600... If you feel uncomfortable you'll add some ram later.. But I never recommend on any server over 500 sites whether its a P4 or dual xeon...
     
  5. girly

    girly Guest

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    Is 300 sites limit for server with:

    3GHz CPU
    512MB RAM
    72GB HD

    (with unlimited domains license)?
     
  6. usbusi

    usbusi Guest

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    100

    I'd say 100.

    Unless they are heavy traffic sites and/or heavy storage sites.
     
  7. superm0nk

    superm0nk Guest

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    You really can't tell until you start filling up the server. Don't try to set some superficial limit that you can't maintain or underutilizes your server.

    When you notice a degredation in performance and/or service, it's time to look into another server. To start filling in the new server, you'll probably want to move several customers from the old server to load balance.
     
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