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Awesome Performance Website Benchmarking For Linux Server (based on metrics)

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by Emp1!, Oct 9, 2013.

  1. Emp1!

    Emp1! Junior Member

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    Hi,

    Today Google help me found : http://serverbear.com !

    As title say, this is a Performance Benchmarking Website For Linux Servers.

    "BearScore" is a very fast way to have a value/cost idea of any offer.

    If you are wondering, is Linode better then VPS.net and better than DigitalOcean... you have a real benchmarking website for linux server.


    jazzc already mentioned this website in a post, but since it is truly awesome, I wanted to make a thread about it, to let people knows.

    Disclaimer: no affiliation with serverbear, linode, vps.net or digitalocean.
     
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  2. mazgalici

    mazgalici Supreme Member

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    I don't know how good are this tests, the performance varies a lot from node to node. If you got a vps on a node with a few vps they aren't accurate at all
    But the site is very good
     
  3. Emp1!

    Emp1! Junior Member

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    Hi,

    Good point. it is better to watch benchmark with a lot of report to reduce variation and get more accurate data.
    There is TONS of variation (e.g. http://serverbear.com/1988-512mb-ssd--1-cpu-digitalocean).

    But basically, by comparing the previous page and this one: http://serverbear.com/589-1-vps-node-vps-net#benchmarks, you can see that $5 VPS@DigitalOcean is not inferior to $20 VPS@VPS.net

    And the only difference is the number of location available and the number of IP you can have by VPS...

    Bonus, if you are looking for...

    Cheap & Efficient VPS ==> http://serverbear.com/compare?Sort=...ost=-&HDD=-&RAM=-&BearScore=-&Virtualization= (just change the min RAM settings according to your need)