On Thu, Sep 6, 2012 at 5:07 PM, George Herbert <george.herbert(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Thu, Sep 6, 2012 at 2:36 PM,
Let's say I have 20 medium sized wiki pages. Medium sized defined by
wikipedia definitions, normal articles, not too much.
I expect having 10 to 100 viewers and maximum 5 editors at the same
How much RAM am I going to need?
At the moment I have a VPS with debian and apache with 256 RAM. I am
still testing. When I open three different wiki pages in three different
browser tabs this takes ~128 MB RAM and the server RAM is full, thus no
other pages can be served.
So how much RAM am I going to use per wiki site? Doesn't have to be uber
correct or proven, just tell me your experiences. How many users you
have at a time and that the server still works. If you have some numbers
I can upgrade my server plan.
Given how cheap RAM is now ($5/GB for typical server RAM, $10/GB for
high quality ECC, $15/GB for 16 GB DIMMs... crucial.com
prices on all) ... why on earth stick with 256 MB for the server?