What's the lowest amount of RAM for a VPS?
#51
um, you do know that having a VPS is having a dedicated server?
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#52
Did you read the thread bro? He stated its not for that. Its for people who need more then shared, like functions.
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#53
(2009-09-01, 07:02 AM)magicstuff Wrote: um, you do know that having a VPS is having a dedicated server?
No, dedicated hosting typically refers to being able to control an entire physical computer. A VPS only gives you control over a virtual computer, which runs on a physical machine (usually having a number of virtual machines) which you do not control.
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#54
Having a dedicated server means that only your websites are hosted on it. So being physical or virtual doesn't make a difference. A VPS is a dedicated virtual server.

The datacenter/web host administers the VM host machine, unless you have some sort of VPS reseller hosting Toungue

I'll admit that dedicated hosting first brings to mind a physical server, but as stated before, a VPS is a dedicated virtual server.

(2009-09-01, 07:06 AM)T0m Wrote: Did you read the thread bro? He stated its not for that. Its for people who need more then shared, like functions.

Who are you talking to?
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#55
Umm you? Yumi is right btw, and he even stated these aren't traditional VPS's.
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#56
Ya dude a decicated server isn't a VPS. There is a reason every single host in the world lists them separately Wink.
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#57
Some people refer to them as a VDS instead of a VPS because the resources allocated are dedicated and not shared. Some VPSs, like OpenVZ, share resources and are not dedicated at all. This topic is about Xen which is a system level container so the resources are completely dedicated (although I chose to not dedicate CPU cycles so the CPU itself is shared, but it is possible to allocate the CPU if you wanted a completely dedicated system) and you have control over the kernel.
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