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  • I have big Problems with vBB 2.0 final

    I have a dedicated server with
    - Pentium III 600 MHz
    - Unix
    - 128 KB cache
    - 64 MB RAM
    - 30 GB ATA/100
    - 100 MBps Bay Networks Ethernet Card

    Since 01.01.2001 runs my vBB 1.1.x perfect. I have 15.000 visitors/day and 200 visitors at once


    Now i update my vBB to 2.0 final and it crashes over and over again when more that 30 visitors at once are on it.

    - I tried to set the "persistant connections" in config.php to "0"
    - The PM's are disabled
    - The forumjumps are disabled.
    - The avatars are disabled
    - Calendar disabled
    - html disabled
    - Birthdays disabled

    I am dissperate... What should I do more ?
    Thanks for your help.
    Last edited by Silvia; Sat 26th May '01, 8:12am.

  • #2
    64 MB of RAM?!?! Yikes. That's the reason right there.

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    • #3
      How much RAM do I need?

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      • #4
        This is just my opinion, but I wouldn't have less than 128. If you can afford it, go 256.

        CDitty

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        • #5
          Originally posted by cditty
          This is just my opinion, but I wouldn't have less than 128. If you can afford it, go 256.

          CDitty
          Yes,256 is the minimum!!

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          • #6
            Ram is so cheap now why not just get more. Heck right now you can get some good crucial ram cheap with free 2 day shipping.

            http://www.crucial.com/webpromo

            Click something in the box at right and get 15% off At around 60-$65 for a 256mb stick, why not get some.
            PC help forums

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            • #7
              Windows 2000 on a home PC can't even cope well with 64MB of RAM, let alone a server that's trying to handle an extremely demanding database.

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              • #8
                I am running a dell poweredge that handles everything. 256 MB of ECC PC133 was the bare minimum.
                ...

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                • #9
                  I know that RAM is cheap at the Moment, but my Server is by CI Host http://www.cihost.com/?zone=products...d_hosting_unix , and they want $75/month and $50/setup for 256 extra RAM.

                  That is over my budget :-/

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                  • #10
                    CIHost sux, just as an aside.

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