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GSA Bandwidth

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by partymarty4870, Jan 11, 2013.

  1. partymarty4870

    partymarty4870 Elite Member

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    Anyone have a good idea of the approx GSA bandwidth usage when using lets say 100 threads and 50 tasks with captcha sniper. I just can't seem to manage to keep it and senuke running without crashing on my VPS, but only have 200GB to play with per month at home?
     
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    Im running it with around 40 projects at 100 threads with captcha sniper and im using around 20-25 gigs a day. Hope that helps

    I should also add that each project is building between 100-150 links a day.
     
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  3. partymarty4870

    partymarty4870 Elite Member

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    I'm gonna need another VPS then
     
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    I am pretty sure 90% of bandwith usage is due to posting comments on auto-approve blogs, because they usually have thousands of comments.
     
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    from the bottom bar in GSA SER, there is something called LPM this mean links per minute
    actually, we all converting it to VPM (verified links per minute)
    with right click, you will find something called (DPM) it referring to download per minute
    this will actually give you a very good measure to count your per minute/daily bandwidth

    it is depending on much factors, such as search, or identifying the sites platforms and so on!