Dreamhost PS question


#1

if i take a dreamhost PS webserver all my sites on dreamhost will have the same IP ? And if i take a MYSQL PS + webserver PS the ram and the cpu are added ? For example 250mb + 250mb i 'll have 500 MB of dedicated ram ?


#2

another question. Is possibile move my big sites in Dreamhost PS and the little sites in the shared account ? I must create two different account to make this ?


#3

I guess only DH support is able to answer this question.

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#4

According to a reply I got from an email to sales, they said that the MySQL servers are still on a different machine from your web server. So your RAM is not shared. Your web server would only have 250MB dedicated RAM and the same for your MySQL server.

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#5

All the sites under your account are moved to your Private Server.

I’m not sure if you can open a second account as I think you’re limited to one account per person. I have a question in to support on this and should hear back soon. I’ll post the answer.

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#6

How much time i must wait before my PS request will be approved ? And in a Dreamhost PS the load of the picture will be more quickly ? I think now in a shared account the bandwitch is divided in too many people, in a PS i’ll have the same problem ?


#7

In DH panel, it says the setup takes few weeks. But some customers get it done in few days.

In PS, CPU and memory are protected. I think the bandwidth is still shared.

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#8

I don’t think anyone has gotten set up a few days after signing up. I’m pretty sure that there’s still a long backlog of people waiting for PS. I did mention that two weeks after I signed up they converted me over and that the conversion process itself took a few days.

Back to the OP’s question:

What makes you think that bandwidth is a problem with shared hosting? Other than for certain individuals in Europe complaining about slow downloads (yet others are fine) and people getting bytes and bits confused :slight_smile: , we don’t really see many complaints about bandwidth here.

I think the physical servers have dual gigabit connections and michael has mentioned their redundant super-fat pipes they have to their Tier 1 providers. I haven’t done the math but I think it’s possible that for all practical purposes they can’t exceed the available bandwidth out of a server over http without exceeding the number of open connections a server could support. And even if they could it would be an exceedingly unusual usage pattern.

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#9

I was in the waiting list forever, but when I send an inquiry for a possible date they transfered me imediately.


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