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[Help] How many file uploading in the same time?

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by bhatav, May 3, 2017.

  1. bhatav

    bhatav Registered Member

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    Hello...

    Can someone explain how many file uploading in the same time with this specification

    Disk Space : 1GB
    Bandwidth : 20GB
    Virtual Memory : 1GB
    Physical Memory : 1GB
    Entry Processes : 50
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    I've handled a website with +-300 users

    And in the next two weeks
    The users need to uploading 4 documents image into the website (+- 600KB Max per doc.)

    And they have 48 hours to send documents into the website

    The question is...
    With that our hosting specification, could my server processes this?
    How much file uploads on the same time?

    Thank you very much for your time & replies everyone :)
     
  2. CenTex Hosting

    CenTex Hosting Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    There is a lot of other factors that go into play here. The nice thing about being on a VPS if it looks like you need more resources you can bump it up some.

    To me if this is going to be an on going deal look like you will need more than 1 GB diskspcae. I would also bump the cores and ram up a little. I would rather have more than I need than not enough and my site crash. After you get going and you really see what resources your site takes you can either bump down the config or take it up a little higher.
     
  3. bhatav

    bhatav Registered Member

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    Thank you very much
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    Im going to upgrade my hosting to 2GB

    Is it enough to handle those capacity?
     
  4. mikoyan

    mikoyan Newbie

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    If you can code, or if you have a developer friend, why not simply write a a code to link your file upload script to your personal dropbox(dropbox uploader is availale as a dropin widget) or an amazon S3 bucket? That way you dont have to worry about either bandwidth, or RAM or storage