Server Testing for Comparison

Started by arthyk, Nov 26, 2022, 02:08 PM

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arthykTopic starter

To check the operation of your VPS, so to speak, in action, i.e. to test it, you need to run the following command:
(wget -qO- wget.racing/nench.sh | bash; wget -qO- wget.racing/nench.sh | bash) 2>&1 | tee nench.log
After a short time (maybe 5 minutes, depending on...) you will receive a report that will present the components of your system and the speed of its individual nodes.
Actually, the nench script is responsible for testing, which, among other things, works on systems: Ubuntu, Debian, FreeBSD, Arch Linux and CentOS.
Although I would not recommend running the script without looking at the source code, as well as on "live" projects.
If you have problems starting, I can recommend installing curl:
apt-get update
apt-get install curl
... 8)
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mxtecsubs

There are situations when a bearded admin with an ancient server and software from the Mesozoic is on the customer's side. Yes, there may be an uptime for several years and "everything works, don't touch anything", but in the end, a fairly nimbly running site after pouring on that server starts to lag terribly.
Admins traditionally blame everything on the developers and do not try to change anything.

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Torreako

I think, attractive offers are not the only factor you should depend while selecting a host.

Pretty good servers along with helpful tech care are offered by
1) GTHost.com
2) NetShop-isp.com.cy
3) Midphase.com
They provide industry-leading managed solutions with personalized customer service and support.
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