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    Hi,

    I have 2,500 members, 50GB bandwidth per month, 60-100 average online (max 200), 250 post per day and growing rapidly.

    I am thinking about going dedicated on VO, but don't know what to choose. I have two options.

    First, VP's dedicated

    http://www.venturesonline.com/hosting/113ghz.html

    1.13 GHz Pentium III SCSI
    256 MB SDRAM
    18 GB SCSI Hard Drive
    50 GB Monthly Transfer
    8 IPs
    $199 (+cpanel option $30= $229)

    or VO's dedicated specials

    http://www.venturesonline.com/hosting/specials.php

    Pentium III 933
    256 MB SDRAM
    40 GB IDE Hard Drive
    50 GB Monthly Transfer
    8 IPs
    $160 (+cpanel option $30= $190)

    My question is,

    Is 256MB memory enough for my forum? Or should I go for 512 instead?

    SCSI worth it?

    Any comment?

    Thanks in advance.

  • #2
    I have no opinion on whether the SCSI is worth the extra cost, but definitely go for as much RAM as you can afford.
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    • #3
      yes scsi is worth it as it lessens cpu usage and is alot faster for database intensive purposes
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      • #4
        you have 2,500 members and use 50-GB of BW per month?
        is that just the vb?
        MCSE, MVP, CCIE
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        • #5
          Yes, just vb nothing else.

          It's growing too fast

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          • #6
            SCSI and as much memory you can afford, no point in in 256RAM.

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