XFileSharing Pro - Remote mysql server to help reduce cpu overload?

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Remote mysql server to help reduce cpu overload?

#1 Postby shareitall » Feb 17, 2012 3:37 pm

My server is running in the 73% server load area.

I have seen here on the forum that a remote mysql server will help to reduce CPU overload.

What type of server specs will I need for the remote mysql server to accomplish this for now and for future growth?



Disk Size?

Uplink Port Speed?


Anything else I should be looking at that I haven't mentioned?

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#2 Postby PowerChaos » Feb 19, 2012 11:09 pm

just a normal webhost is fine for you

put there your website , and keep the file server on the dedicated server

the webserver spects basicly depends on the amount of users you have (visitors) that generate a certain load on the server

depending on that load you need to choose betwean webhosting , vps server or dedicated server ( dual / single core @ 4GB ram should be fine for a single website )

hopely this can help you

Greetings From PowerChaos