On Sunday 03 December 2006 14:16, Adrien Laurent wrote:
we have one centos64 guest running and judging by that one, all idle doing
nothing, loading nothing other than requirements to boot, my guess is
150-200.. but if activity/applications get loaded that may drop to 100 or so.
these are just rough guesses on my part.. i am sure someone has a more
scientific method to determine this, or maybe has something similar they can
quote from experience.
> I have a project of giving away free voip servers using vserver.
> Each servers will be a minimal centos installation with few
> additionnal packages.
> They will all have a public ip - no firewall.
> Considering that all the servers are idle - how many of them can a
> regular server (Pentium 3.0Ghz - 2go ram) handle ?
> Adrien Laurent
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