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What type of VPS or ********* Server would I need for several instances of SB?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by krzysiekz, Oct 31, 2010.

  1. krzysiekz

    krzysiekz Senior Member

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    Hi guys,

    I am thinking of eventually (soon) providing a service for ScrapeBox.

    I want to test out a ********* or VPS to see how it works out.

    I will be doing a lot of harvesting of URL's, chopping through some good bandwidth and then also doing a fair bit of commenting.

    How much ram will I need per each instance of SB? My task manager is showing my SB using about 250mb which is alarming, as most VPS only come with 1GB or 2GB of ram (which is fine for now, but if I expand the service I would likely need more than 4-8 instances running).

    Should I go for a Dedi or will a VPS be good to muck around with for ScrapeBox?

    Where are some reliable hosts that offer decent prices?

    Thank you!
     
  2. zappys

    zappys Junior Member

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    Depends what are you doing with your SB. If you are commenting to 40 000 blogs(in one blast) , i'm sure that your VPS of 1GB RAM will crash.
    Even with blog analyzer , if you have more then 40 000 blogs in your list will crash if you have 2 GB ram.

    I would choose a ********* server and i would make several virtual servers from it.
    You might want to structure a bit your workload per scrapebox.

    For example :
    VPS 1 - harvesting (this will not need a lot of RAM , so you can configure your VPS will not so much RAM)
    vPS 2 - blog analyzer (this will need a lot of RAM)

    Also you will have some other advantages if you structure your workload in the right way, you can work more organized. Also if one VPS will crush this will not affect the other process in the other VPS.

    A good ********* server might cost from $130 to 400-700$ , depending on the internet speed also and the server performance.

    if you need some good ********* server companies , pm me , i know some.
     
  3. krzysiekz

    krzysiekz Senior Member

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    Hi,

    Thanks for your info! I was a little impatient so I went ahead and bought a VPS from spamahost.com (a guy on here owns it I believe) for $100 a month, 100mb line with 200gb monthly allowance.

    It only has 1GB of ram but I will try to run several instances of SB. It can't possibly crash with 40K blogs in there, otherwise I am in big trouble because my potential business will not work!! :p
     
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    ┼blackrat┼ Senior Member

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    2ghz/1gb of ram is more than enough to run a few instances of SB.

    go for the largest bandwidth if you plan on taking it hard on the number of connections.
     
  5. altschule

    altschule Regular Member

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    That's what I was thinking... @Zappy: You make no sense, because I definitely run scrapebox on a box w/ 1GB Ram daily and have no problems with "crashing"?
     
  6. krzysiekz

    krzysiekz Senior Member

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    Well, I'm using this VPS now but, I was thinking:

    I could invest $1000 or so and build a pretty damn powerful box here at home, and I have a 6mb down line / 1mb up line unmetered, and I can just have the PC running 24/7 itself. At least then I don't have to pay extra fees for Windows and all those monthly fees for it, the only thing is that the net would die...

    But for $60 a month I can get another connection to my home ... so I would have all of that bandwidth available for just scrapebox... so my actual home connection wouldn't screw up?