At 09:20 AM 4/16/2008, John Almberg wrote:
I have a FreeBSD web/mail server in a colocation facility. They offer
many fixed and burstable bandwidth options. I am currently using
512Kbits fixed, which limits data transfer to around 64K up and down,
simultaneously. This works okay at the moment, but I'm wondering how
this will hold up as I add websites to the server.
Other than empirically measuring load on the box, is there a way to
predict or measure how much bandwidth I need? Any rules of thumb?
It has more to do with the content you will be serving. You need to look
at the pages you will be serving and the hit rate on those pages.
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