VPS per Server

Discussion in 'Pre-Sales Questions' started by dgoddard, Jun 21, 2006.

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  1. dgoddard

    dgoddard New Member

    I have a quick question, how many VPSs do you put per server? Do you have a different amount on a server for each plan? Thanks
     
  2. KH-Jay

    KH-Jay Administrator Staff Member

    This varies per server. We have some with 15 VPS's and some with more. This all depends what plans are selling more. We keep a very good balance though as we leave room for growth, upgrades, etc.

    -Jay
     
  3. Skyview

    Skyview Member

    Based on your server specs, it seems as though 32 would be the max possible (assuming all 256MB accounts) on one server, but I guess that wouldn't leave any room for growth or upgrades.

    David
     
  4. KH-Jay

    KH-Jay Administrator Staff Member

    All servers are different in terms of the number of VPS's we put on them. We always leave room for growth. One thing to make note of is with Virtuozzo we can move customers from server to server on the fly with no downtime. We have our infrastructure built for all our servers to do this. So IP's can be used transparently.

    -Jay
     
  5. Skyview

    Skyview Member

    That is a huge plus and shows good planning on your part. So as a real-world example, if I had a VPS on a server that was having periodic performance issues (for whatever reason) it could be moved to another server without a great deal of effort.

    David
     
  6. KH-Jay

    KH-Jay Administrator Staff Member

    Yes, if we have servers available (which we do) this is the process. :)

    -Jay
     
  7. Caleb

    Caleb McDonald's Drywall Expert

    I know this is kind of a weird question, and TBH I wouldn't care if the answer is like 4 or 5, but how many virtuozzo machines does KH currently run?

    -Caleb
     
  8. KH-Jay

    KH-Jay Administrator Staff Member

    I'd rather not say on the forum but we do have more then 4-5. :) I can say we add quite a few per month as well. A couple new ones were just fired up yesterday.

    -Jay
     
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