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fernando_barajas
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Hi!

I have 4 VPSs with a VPS provider (that uses KVM for virtualizing).  I resell this VPSs to 4 different customers.

I'm considering that instead of paying those 4 VPSs and reselling them to my customers, maybe it's more convenient to rent ONE dedicated server and, using Virtualizor and build this 4 KVM VPSs on the dedicated server.

The 4 VPSs I have now have the following configuration:

VPS1: 4 VPU, 6G RAM, 265GB SDD
VPS2: 4 VPU, 8G RAM, 265GB SDD
VPS3: 8 VPU, 16G RAM, 600 GB SDD
VPS4: 3 VPU, 4G RAM, 140 GB SSD

If you add this, its a total of 19 VPUs, 34 GB RAM, 1,270 GB of SSD.

So, if I plan to move all this KVM-VPSs to a dedicated server using Virtualizor, what would be the minimum and the recommmended hardware to host all this VPS?  Do I need 19 hardware cores?

What other things should I consider?

Any links where I can read about this, or any advice will be thanked.

Thanks a lot!

(Sorry for my bad english, I live in Mexico)
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i want to have the VPC for trial
western
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i want to have the VPC for trial & if every thing is working fine i will subscribe for it.
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Newbie question: hardware needs
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Quote From : fernando_barajas April 9, 2020, 5:35 pm
Hi!

I have 4 VPSs with a VPS provider (that uses KVM for virtualizing).  I resell this VPSs to 4 different customers.

I'm considering that instead of paying those 4 VPSs and reselling them to my customers, maybe it's more convenient to rent ONE dedicated server and, using Virtualizor and build this 4 KVM VPSs on the dedicated server.

The 4 VPSs I have now have the following configuration:

VPS1: 4 VPU, 6G RAM, 265GB SDD
VPS2: 4 VPU, 8G RAM, 265GB SDD
VPS3: 8 VPU, 16G RAM, 600 GB SDD
VPS4: 3 VPU, 4G RAM, 140 GB SSD

If you add this, its a total of 19 VPUs, 34 GB RAM, 1,270 GB of SSD.

So, if I plan to move all this KVM-VPSs to a dedicated server using Virtualizor, what would be the minimum and the recommmended hardware to host all this VPS?  Do I need 19 hardware cores?

What other things should I consider?

Any links where I can read about this, or any advice will be thanked.

Thanks a lot!

(Sorry for my bad english, I live in Mexico)


It's really depend on Your current vps usage. But, the question is, why You prefer to use bare metal instead of cloud server which can easily to re-size based on Your need like AWS or other services?

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jasa install vpsvps managed
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Newbie question: hardware needs
fernando_barajas
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JasaVPS: Is it cheaper to use the cloud?  I can have a 8c/16t processor, with 32GB RAM, 2x4TB HDD and 2x500GB SDD (for caching), for about 125 USD monthly. 

Is a similar configuration using AWS cheaper?

Can I use Virtualizor on AWS?

I'd be very happy if you can point me to some documentation.

Thanks!
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