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Jul
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comment Mongodb/Redis setup
Commented on the answer below that relates to this, if you dont mind looking. Thanks
Jul
14
comment Mongodb/Redis setup
With that amount of ram I think I'd have plenty of headroom to do what you're suggesting (instead of virtualizing just run as seperate processes). Is consumer hardware not robust enough for this kinda thing? I've tracked mongodb's cpu usage and its rarely above the single digits on my core2duo macbook, so I figured I could easily run 2 instances with a redis on something like this newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819117185. Although, its probably not close to on par with what you guys deal with, its still better then those virtualized vpses they sell online, right?
Jul
14
comment Mongodb/Redis setup
I guess this site isnt for my kinda needs, it seems you guys do expensive/blade builds. $500 'desktop server' is likely plenty suitable for my needs, A solid cpu + 16gb + a ssd shouldnt come out to way more than that especially considering all are non cpu intensive databases. People pay $5000 for 16gb setup?!?
Jul
14
comment Mongodb/Redis setup
Thanks! I have already set up mongodb (with replica sets) and redis on 3 cheap vpses with backups to s3 and what not. Thing is with openvz I have the issue of limited ram/bad virtualization etc. I figured I can setup a 'desktop server', but I get the feeling from the comments made that this website is designed more for the professional blade server kinda thing. I figured I'd get a 16gb i7 desktop and vm it up to run 4 instances of mogodb/redis since they arent that cpu intensive (more ram intensive).
Jul
13
asked Mongodb/Redis setup
Aug
11
comment Safely granting users apache/php access?
Cool thank you!
Aug
11
asked Safely granting users apache/php access?