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Is VPS stable for a long time with high load performance?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by lowhigh, Jul 7, 2011.

  1. lowhigh

    lowhigh Active Member

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    in the future, i'm going to deploy 2 Cpanel VPS, each runs on a VPS Xen citrix. Now, i'm using 2 dedicated Cpanel server, i actally pleasant with the stability of this edition
    Anyone who has much experiences can suggest me: VPS Cpanel or dedicated cpanel? Is VPS Cpanel stable for a long time with high load performance?

    Thanks!
     
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    garrettp Well-Known Member
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    The answer to your question is yes, cPanel is very stable in a (properly configured) VPS environment. It does sound to me however like you may need to do some reading on hypervisors, and specifically Xen if that is what you are planning to use. Migrating to a virtualized environment isn't just a drop-in replacement and there are a number of factors to consider before diving in.
     
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    This really depends on how much you will be providing for the VPS container for memory and what type of machine it will be on. A dedicated machine typically doesn't have to worry about other virtual servers causing any possible issues. For example, even under Xen environment, a DoS attack on the network for one of the other virtual containers on the same machine would cause a disruption for your own VPS node, so a dedicated machine that you aren't sharing would always be a better choice in some ways.
     
  4. lowhigh

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    Thanks all!

    I know the stability depend on many factors. But it seem that, in a normal environment, VPS Cpanel can working well in any virtualized OS
     
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