Server specs for high speed?

Johnlemon

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Hello, i need help to know what sort of server the script would need.
For example, to have say, 300 users downloading simultaneously a big file and for all of them to maintain a speed of 10 MBytes/s.
What Port would i need? 1Gbit, 10 Gbit?, 100 Gbit?

how about CPU, and RAM?
Would a Quad Core Xeon X3430 with 16GB RAM would cut it?

Please advice.
 

Johnlemon

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Is this thing still for sale of you had enough buyers already? I sent request from the site and nobody replies for days. I doubt i'll buy at this rate.
One would expect sales to be fast but there's no interest, it's all unmanned. :roll:
 

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Hi Johnlemon,

I've just responded to the ticket you raised, feel free to respond there if you need anything else.

I don't always monitor these forums as they're community driven so the ticketing system is the best way to contact us.

Thanks
Adam.
 

Johnlemon

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Sorry i didn't know. Google decided to put the response under spam.
I'll answer there. Thanks.
 

enricodias4654

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Johnlemon said:
Hello, i need help to know what sort of server the script would need.
For example, to have say, 300 users downloading simultaneously a big file and for all of them to maintain a speed of 10 MBytes/s.
What Port would i need? 1Gbit, 10 Gbit?, 100 Gbit?

how about CPU, and RAM?
Would a Quad Core Xeon X3430 with 16GB RAM would cut it?

Please advice.
If you mean Mb/s (megabits per second): 300 users * 10Mb/sec = 3000Mb/sec. It's almost 3gbps, you would need a 10gbps port, a good connectivity and, a hardware raid array capable of reading at 3Gb/sec and some optimizations on the script to prevent small read requests and prevent the script from using 100% cpu.

In a more realistic scenario, 3 servers with 1gbps each using raid6 and the optimizations on the script. This would cost about 1000euros/month with ~300tb of bandwidth/month.

Cpu and ram will not make any difference, assuming you have enough to run the OS and the http server.


But if you are talking about MB, 10 megabytes per second for 300 users, forget it. No commercial server will be able to read and stream 30gbps. To accomplish this you would need 30 servers with 1gbps each and this will cost about 10k euros/month.
 

Johnlemon

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I thought reaching 10,000 Kbytes/s was easier.
What download speed can i expect with 300 users and 1 GBit port?
 

enricodias4654

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Johnlemon said:
I thought reaching 10,000 Kbytes/s was easier.
What download speed can i expect with 300 users and 1 GBit port?
It's 1gbps port. B = bytes, b = bits.
1 byte = 8 bits.

1gbps / 300 users = 3,4mbps each, 420KB/seg each.
 

Johnlemon

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Wow that is pretty terrible i think i'll need 10gbit port after all thanks.
 

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enricodias4654 said:
Johnlemon said:
Hello, i need help to know what sort of server the script would need.
For example, to have say, 300 users downloading simultaneously a big file and for all of them to maintain a speed of 10 MBytes/s.
What Port would i need? 1Gbit, 10 Gbit?, 100 Gbit?

how about CPU, and RAM?
Would a Quad Core Xeon X3430 with 16GB RAM would cut it?

Please advice.
If you mean Mb/s (megabits per second): 300 users * 10Mb/sec = 3000Mb/sec. It's almost 3gbps, you would need a 10gbps port, a good connectivity and, a hardware raid array capable of reading at 3Gb/sec and some optimizations on the script to prevent small read requests and prevent the script from using 100% cpu.

In a more realistic scenario, 3 servers with 1gbps each using raid6 and the optimizations on the script. This would cost about 1000euros/month with ~300tb of bandwidth/month.

Cpu and ram will not make any difference, assuming you have enough to run the OS and the http server.


But if you are talking about MB, 10 megabytes per second for 300 users, forget it. No commercial server will be able to read and stream 30gbps. To accomplish this you would need 30 servers with 1gbps each and this will cost about 10k euros/month.

Hi,
Thank you very helpful for the answer