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We are using a VPS server in our company and we're moving our clients' sites to our new server. The resources usage looks fine now, but I assume it will get higher when we move more sites into the server. We have 2 static IP addresses and we mostly use only one of them.

I was wondering if we migrate more sites to the 2nd IP address, would it help reduce resource usage?
What are the ways to reduce the resource usage?

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No, logical changes like that will have no impact on physical resource usage.

You can reduce resource usage in all the typical ways:

  • Efficient code/queries
  • Caching
  • Separate static and dynamic content
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ok. thanks a lot – Onur Nov 30 '11 at 14:30

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