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How many accounts on your server?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by awsol, Jul 17, 2002.

  1. awsol

    awsol cPanel Test Bitch

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    How many accounts do you have on your servers? Just trying to get an idea how many webmasters are using cPanel nowadays.
     
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    400+ .. dual 1GHZ 1GB ram. 150GB trans/mo.
     
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    HI STEVE.

    roughly 350-450 per server....
    usually close to the low-end.

    all on RH 6.2 / 7.0 (GASP) / 7.1 / 7.2 / 7.3 boxes

    perhaps a RH 6.0 straggler still running cpanel 3.2, but who's asking?

    :p
     
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    :p Thanks for the input guys. BTW I have 400 on mine right now.
     
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    we get lucky if we can put alittle over 200 on a dual 1.26 PIII with 2GB ram and IDE raid 5.
     
  6. Seven77

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    We do have 600 account on dual xenon 4 Ghz, 2 GB RAM, RAID 5 with 60 GB Disk - Do say that we use Dell Servers.

    All the machines work smooth.

    Seven
     
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    Hey Awsol, is that penguin enjoying himself?
     
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    About 250-300

    Seems to be a good number on a single CPU 1.3 with the account types we are using. The key seems to be to keep an eye on the usage to see that no poorly written scripts are running and hogging up the server. Ours stay way under capacity and work great! All Dell servers 1U 1550s
     
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    Yes I'm running a 850mhz with 512 ram. Only time loads go over 1 is when logs are running. And they stop until load goes down. Works wonderful :p
     
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    How would you know what script or what user that is causing the high load? When you look at 'top', it only shows HTTP as nobody or MySQL as mysql, etc..
     
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