Web Development Thread, Dedicated hosting in Coding and Web Development; Originally Posted by localzuk
That spec seems a bit light if you are expecting the previously mentioned traffic levels...
1st March 2008, 11:29 AM #31
We'll see i suppose We can add bits later. As planned, starting small (and affordable) and if it takes off, we can expand.
Originally Posted by localzuk
Going with Debian.
Originally Posted by FN-Greatermanchester
1st March 2008, 03:29 PM #32
just FYI as I know you have gone with something but 1.8 million visitors a year would not take much bandwidth or much of a server to run.
It depends on the site really but unless its very complicated php then it should be a simple.
1.8 million visitors is only about 5000 per day and thats a sinch to handle on a much lesser server. Also unless people are going to download large files you wont really need to much data transfer to be included either.
I hope the edugeek is going to get a sneaky link for the google bots to link
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