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    [ask]server capacity


    My server specification (note, this is not a built-up server --buy from dell or IBM-- , I built this server on my own):
    1 Mother Board Intel VA Sata
    2 Processor Intel Xeon E 5404
    8 Corsair FBdimm 2 GB PC 5300
    1 Seagate Hard disk 250 GB 7200 rpm
    1 Chenbro casing
    1 Power Supply Epsilon 900 watt

    I'm not an expert in this field, therefore I humbly ask for your assistance
    I use this server to host a website.
    The website itself is quite heavy, which requires certain part of the page auto-refresh every second

    My Questions :
    1. What's the maximum number of online user / visitor for my server?
    2. Is it better for me to buy a built-up server instead (With built up server, I will get lower specification with the same price)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nenensakti View Post
    The website itself is quite heavy, which requires certain part of the page auto-refresh every second

    You should worry about your bandwidth more than hardware.
    Never make any misteaks.

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    Due to my country's limited bandwith
    I only got 100 Mbps connection
    Is it enough?
    How about my server spec.?

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    Hi,

    100 MBPS is enough .. what about the monthly bandwidth ?
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    David Anand
    -->Success is the list of failures ...!!!

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    It just cant be guessed perfectly. dependant on what web server is being used. and what hit counting technique is in use.
    Never make any misteaks.

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