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vps bench score, review needed for webmin/nginx

fahim5001fahim5001 Member
edited January 2017 in Help

so i got a new vps with ramnode, 256 KVM,
then installed "Debian 7.3.0 x86 Minimal"
Did those 3 commands after install-
apt-get update
apt-get upgrade

can anyone see the result below and let me know if its okey to install webmin with nginx php and mysql. particularly will host boxbilling with few static html5 websites.

root@test2:~# free -m
             total       used       free     shared    buffers     cached
Mem:           248         32        215          0          2         11
-/+ buffers/cache:         18        230
Swap:            0          0          0

root@test2:~# ./
Benchmark started on Wed Jan 25 20:28:50 EST 2017
Full benchmark log: /root/bench.log

System Info
Processor       : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1230 V2 @ 3.30GHz
CPU Cores       : 1
Frequency       : 3300.022 MHz
Memory          : 248 MB
Swap            : 0 MB
Uptime          : 2 min,

OS              : Debian GNU/Linux 7
Arch            : i686 (32 Bit)
Kernel          : 3.2.0-4-686-pae
Hostname        :

Speedtest (IPv4 only)
Your public IPv4 is xxxxxxxx

Location                Provider        Speed
CDN                     Cachefly        35.4MB/s

Atlanta, GA, US         Coloat          1.29MB/s
Dallas, TX, US          Softlayer       1.06MB/s
Seattle, WA, US         Softlayer       891KB/s
San Jose, CA, US        Softlayer       864KB/s
Washington, DC, US      Softlayer       1.42MB/s

Tokyo, Japan            Linode          479KB/s
Singapore               Softlayer       477KB/s

Rotterdam, Netherlands         89.7MB/s
Haarlem, Netherlands    Leaseweb        31.6MB/s

Disk Speed
I/O (1st run)   : 1.1 GB/s
I/O (2nd run)   : 1.3 GB/s
I/O (3rd run)   : 1.4 GB/s
Average I/O     : 1.26667 MB/s


  • williewillie Member
    edited January 2017

    fahim5001 said: particularly will host boxbilling with few static html5 websites.

    I'd say probably yes. Worst case = upgrade to 512MB. Try 256 first. I had thought Ramnode had a Mysql product and that would also help, but I don't see it on their site.

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