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Development DB server with dedicated hardware [duplicate]

I'm planning to move one of my development database servers to its own machine. I'm currently running it on my laptop, which is not very convenient. DB Servel is PostgreSQL 9.0.1, OS is Gentoo. ...
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Web server and mail server on same machine? [duplicate]

I just purchased VPS from DigitalOcean and installed LAMP but stuck at mail server. We get 5000+ visits/day and we do sent newsletters to our 10000+ subscribers 2 to 3 times a week and want about 20+ ...
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What are the optimal Java Memory Settings for Railo 4.x / Tomcat 7? [duplicate]

I'm currently running Railo 4.0.4.001 final on an Amazon 64-bit Linux m1.medium cloud instance which has 3.75Gb of memory. My setenv.sh script is currently starting Railo / Tomcat with ... ...
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Backupchain bandwidth calculation [duplicate]

we have 7 servers being backed up right now using backup chain locally for about a year now. I have tried the FTP backup on one of our financial number crunch VMs to move it offsite to our other ...
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Single CMS site on dedicated server [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can you help me with my capacity planning? We're about to launch a huge website, expecting a HUGE traffic especially in the first few weeks. It will be a Joomla CMS ...
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Server optimization for long running script [duplicate]

I have a system running on a remote VPS whose main feature is a long running script (it could run for about 10 hours, depending on the user input). The following are some of its features: Database ...
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Stop server crash [duplicate]

I run my python scripts and Scrapy framework for web scraping project on my Ubuntu 12.04 precise server. These scripts run whole day. This project is under developing/testing stage. So i dont know ...
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Recommended Nginx Configuration for High Traffic Website on Wordpress [duplicate]

We have a Wordpress based website that gets about 1.5 million pageviews per day. Maximum concurrent sessions reach up to 5000 users per minute at times. We have one web and one database server. Specs ...
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Centos 6.4 Installed in System X3750 M4 IBM Server [duplicate]

We have installed Centos 6.4 in System X3750 M4 IBM Server. But the server is not showing the performance of at-least a normal Desktop Configuration. We haven't done any performance tuning in the ...
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Which server OS to use for intensive computations and high incoming HTTP traffic on desktop PC? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can you help me with my capacity planning? I'm writing a highly computationally-intensive system that crawls Web-pages, processes them and dumps results into MongoDB. ...
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Resource requirements for cloud OpenVPN server [duplicate]

I am building a proxy server for a client of mine. My platform of choice is Amazon EC2 with Arch Linux and Squid running. For the encryption part I have chosen OpenVPN for simplicity and large ...
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Optimize nginx/php-fpm/postrgresql [duplicate]

I've got: a CPU E5-2407 (quadcore Xeon 2.2GHz) 16GB of memory DDR3 RAID1 Intel520 SSD 240GB My homemade applications are using a permanent PG connection on 7 pages (one called by customers as API, ...
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Running two Magentos installations, one of which has 3 stores set up as multi-store. Which server? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can you help me with my capacity planning? I want to run 4 Magento stores in 2 different installations. 1 is a standalonne installation with 3 languages. The other is a ...
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How can I find the bottle neck? [duplicate]

I have a EC2 m1.large Ubuntu 13.04 Instance runs PHP 5.5, PHP-FPM and NGINX. Cache is handled by Elastic Cache using Redis and the database connects to a separate m1.large MongoDB server. The content ...
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High-traffic, low disk utilization AWS solution [duplicate]

I've got a high-traffic (imagine tracking server) node.js server that's going to run on AWS EC2. There is no disk operation involved, but a lot of DynamoDB requests (in same zone), ElastiCache usage ...

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