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Old 05-14-2019 , 11:20   buying a vps
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buying a VPS
hey guys, so I decided to buy a VPS based on Linux centos 7
and I'm not sure how much cs: go servers I will be able to run
all of my server going to be 128 tickrate.

so that is the VPS:

2 Cores
4GB DDR4 ECC
250GB SSD


so how much server's I can run with the VPS?
I know there is no exact answer
I'd love you to estimate the amount
Tnx!
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Old 05-15-2019 , 01:54   Re: buying a vps
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You didn't say how fast the cores are
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Old 05-15-2019 , 02:04   Re: buying a vps
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You didn't say how fast the cores are
what do you mean about speed cores? Do you mean Bandwidth?

if that's the case I got 20 Mbps for my VPS
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Old 05-15-2019 , 02:26   Re: buying a vps
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No, it is about the used CPU for your vps,like Intel or AMD and the frequency they are running.
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Old 05-15-2019 , 09:10   Re: buying a vps
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No, it is about the used CPU for your vps,like Intel or AMD and the frequency they are running.
ok:

DELL PowerEdge R430
Xeon® E5-2630 v4
Intel SSD RAID 10
REG ECC DDR4
1GBPS per server / 10GBPS per rack
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Old 05-15-2019 , 09:26   Re: buying a vps
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The system itself needs some resources as well, just to be able to operate:

- You have a very low CPU frequency

- A VPS is not a pizza, but simply a "pizza slice". You're sharing the pizza with others.

- With a bad provider (e.g. "overselling"; none of the providers in the business are obviously going confirm that they do so, to protect and help generating their profits), other people's activities on the "full pizza" will affect your things.


I suggest only running 1 x 128 (10 slots) tick server there, if you want things to run somehow stable.

If you really want to run more than one single server, I suggest dedicated servers, as you're the only one with access to the "pizza", meaning that only your own things can affect your stuff.

I'd say you've been filled both with luck as well as a miracle, if you're able to run 2 x 128 tick (10 slots) servers "stable" on a shared pizza.

Cheap $1/month things isn't going to get you anywhere in this business, especially not with 128 tick.
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Old 05-15-2019 , 11:03   Re: buying a vps
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The system itself needs some resources as well, just to be able to operate:

- You have a very low CPU frequency

- A VPS is not a pizza, but simply a "pizza slice". You're sharing the pizza with others.

- With a bad provider (e.g. "overselling"; none of the providers in the business are obviously going confirm that they do so, to protect and help generating their profits), other people's activities on the "full pizza" will affect your things.


I suggest only running 1 x 128 (10 slots) tick server there, if you want things to run somehow stable.

If you really want to run more than one single server, I suggest dedicated servers, as you're the only one with access to the "pizza", meaning that only your own things can affect your stuff.

I'd say you've been filled both with luck as well as a miracle, if you're able to run 2 x 128 tick (10 slots) servers "stable" on a shared pizza.

Cheap $1/month things isn't going to get you anywhere in this business, especially not with 128 tick.

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The system itself needs some resources as well, just to be able to operate:

- You have a very low CPU frequency

- A VPS is not a pizza, but simply a "pizza slice". You're sharing the pizza with others.

- With a bad provider (e.g. "overselling"; none of the providers in the business are obviously going confirm that they do so, to protect and help generating their profits), other people's activities on the "full pizza" will affect your things.


I suggest only running 1 x 128 (10 slots) tick server there, if you want things to run somehow stable.

If you really want to run more than one single server, I suggest dedicated servers, as you're the only one with access to the "pizza", meaning that only your own things can affect your stuff.

I'd say you've been filled both with luck as well as a miracle, if you're able to run 2 x 128 tick (10 slots) servers "stable" on a shared pizza.

Cheap $1/month things aren't going to get you anywhere in this business, especially not with 128 tick.

First of all thank you for the detailed response, so as I understood from you
that vps is really low and I can to run only 1 server 10 slots 128 tickrate
that will be stable
if i ill try to run another 10 slots 128 tickrate servers the VPS won't be stable?


maybe I should try to take a bigger or stronger vps? or should search for dedicated servers


and if ill go for dedicated servers which server should I take for running at least 20 server's 128 tickrate


so I search for a dedicated server and I found out that:

DELL Xeon
4X Xeon 2.27Ghz
16GB DDR-2 ECC
1T x 2 SAS-2 7.2K
50/50 Mb


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DELL Xeon
6X Xeon 2.27Ghz
24GB DDR-2 ECC
1T x 2 SAS-2 10K
50/50 Mb


does the first server will be good enough?

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Old 05-15-2019 , 11:05   Re: buying a vps
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srry its a bug please delete that command

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Old 05-15-2019 , 23:05   Re: buying a vps
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First of all thank you for the detailed response, so as I understood from you
that vps is really low and I can to run only 1 server 10 slots 128 tickrate
that will be stable
if i ill try to run another 10 slots 128 tickrate servers the VPS won't be stable?


maybe I should try to take a bigger or stronger vps? or should search for dedicated servers


and if ill go for dedicated servers which server should I take for running at least 20 server's 128 tickrate


so I search for a dedicated server and I found out that:

DELL Xeon
4X Xeon 2.27Ghz
16GB DDR-2 ECC
1T x 2 SAS-2 7.2K
50/50 Mb


---------------------------------
DELL Xeon
6X Xeon 2.27Ghz
24GB DDR-2 ECC
1T x 2 SAS-2 10K
50/50 Mb


does the first server will be good enough?
if you try to run multiple 128tick 10 slot servers on your vps your vps will not be unstable
but if the servers are full players will probably get lag

basically 1 core per srcds
so if you want to run 20 servers you should get a 20 cores dedicated server
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Old 05-15-2019 , 23:12   Re: buying a vps
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if you try to run multiple 128tick 10 slot servers on your vps your vps will not be unstable
but if the servers are full players will probably get lag

basically 1 core per srcds
so if you want to run 20 servers you should get a 20 cores dedicated server

so with that new dedicated server i will able to run at least 4 128 tickrate server's?

DELL Xeon
4X Xeon 2.27Ghz
16GB DDR-2 ECC
1T x 2 SAS-2 7.2K
50/50 Mb

and I was a client at a game server company, which he claimed had the dedicated server:

E5-2650 V3
128 GB RAM DDR 4
4TB SSD

is that good for 20 servers of 128 tickrate?

and you can suggest me a good dedicated server? for running at least 20 128 tickrate server's only CS:GO

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