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Equinix, Ashburn, VA.
Telehouse East, London UK
CN Florida (all 3 million sq.ft of it).
Also, Choopa has more bandwidth.
RS is not the biggest provider but it is one of the biggest.
Rackspace also has lots of servers.
While doing some beta testing for a well known dedicated server company for VDS kernel set-ups and so on. I was able to push 2MB/s easily 24/7. :p They really loved me doing that as they use InterNAP mainly. :biggrin2: :cool:
2000gb can be anything.
It depends if you transfer is up/down if you pay for bandwidth on full duplex or half duplex systems or upstream of downstream.
How your ethernet card is set-up.
What is causing the traffic.
What is running.
How it's all set-up.
What is has to do to transfer...
Well, if you wish to get something from an array in php you would do:
So you could do something like
$arrayvar = array (
"user2" => "blogger"
Which could also be called as
FDC offers a server with 4mbps+ bandwidth for $99/mo. What the hell do you expect?
Where do they state they will manage/troubleshoot your apache issues? Apache is a third party application.
tail -f /usr/local/apache/logs/error_log
let us know what it spews out.
You can upgrade to latest stable/release/edge if it's not already.
RS is the best value provider out.
CIhost is the devil and owned by Interland, stay far far away. Run as fast as you can. ;)
No. Webmin is a basic server admin cp.
Locations Daniel, locations.
If you have a server in Texas and you connect directly onto a long-haul OC-48/OC-192 to NJ/NY / CA you would get better pings than the metro fiber loops you connect to via your local city -> chi -> dallas - > ev1.
Choopa uses MFN as well. Hopefully RS will add...