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  • bogdan.sh
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    Hmm, have you tried that as a user or as a root?
    Were there any io (or other) limits reached with the current limit? Please check the last 14 days with:

    Code:
    lveinfo --by-fault any --period 14d
    I would say 32Mb/s is more than enough for common websites. For anything more specific you may set it to 0 (unlimited) as all users are yours.

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  • joogie
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    circling back on this and have some questions, I ran a test to test i/o speeds and this is what i got

    dd if=/dev/zero of=test bs=64k count=16k conv=fdatasync
    16384+0 records in
    16384+0 records out
    1073741824 bytes (1.1 GB) copied, 0.691969 s, 1.6 GB/s


    With that being said, should i increase i/o limits above 32768KB/s?

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  • joogie
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    Thank you much! Very much helpful

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  • bogdan.sh
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    You are right, it should say IOPS, sorry for that.

    Even with different accounts, I recommend those limits for your case.

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  • joogie
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    They are under different accounts just to keep everything separate.

    What is IPPS? or was that supposed to be IOPS?

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  • bogdan.sh
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    Are the websites hosted under different accounts? The main purpose of LVE is to protect other users from 'spikes', so their websites are not down.

    In any case, as you are a single owner of all of them you may increase the resources slightly:

    Code:
    SPEED=600%
    PMEM=6G
    IO=32768KB/s
    IPPS=10000

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  • joogie
    started a topic Help with Limits

    Help with Limits

    I have always used the following for limits. This server only hosts about 1-3 websites that are all mine with low traffic.

    High End Hosting Account
    • SPEED=200%
    • PMEM=1GB
    • VMEM=0
    • IO=4096KB/s
    • IOPS=1024
    • NPROC=100
    • EP=40

    My server details are below
    vCPUs 12
    Memory 64 GB
    Disk 1200 GB


    Any help with whats the best performance for limits etc?
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