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Journey66

Active member
Amazon S3, but I've immediately run into the problem that Voluum's anti-spy script is PHP based (it looks to me).

I have already got the pack but I use Vultr's NVMe plans. They totally destroy Linode, DO and AWS in performance.
NVMe is going to be the new trend in a few years for sure.
This sounds pretty interesting to me too. But I could find zero info on it.

@servandosilva Is this what you're talking about? :

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And I already picked up the pack so don't add me to the hat.
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Okay, NVM >> Node Version Manager. Article here:

 
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Compound

Member
I setup a high frequency server on Vultr for a blog today and it's FAST. Love it.
After seeing Servando's post earlier this week, I've been testing high frequency vs. a cloud instance.

I'm testing two identical pages against each other on each server. In case 1, the results have been identical. 2.38% vs. 2.37% conversion rates.
In case 2, the cloud instance actually performed better (2.25% vs. 1.54%).

I'm using http://adcalc.net/split-test/ to measure significance.



Do you guys have tweaks that you make to the high frequency servers when configuring them?
 

Journey66

Active member
@Ack Thanks, I definitely missed that.

@Luke @Compound I signed up, but it looks a little over my head at this point. I'd definitely like to hear about anyone's experiences with setting up a server on Vultr. Are you using a LAMP stack?

I'm interested in switching to a PHP enabled hosting option asap. I'll be taking a look at some of the other options mentioned here.
 

servandosilva

Well-known member
Community Leader
After seeing Servando's post earlier this week, I've been testing high frequency vs. a cloud instance.

I'm testing two identical pages against each other on each server. In case 1, the results have been identical. 2.38% vs. 2.37% conversion rates.
In case 2, the cloud instance actually performed better (2.25% vs. 1.54%).

I'm using http://adcalc.net/split-test/ to measure significance.

Do you guys have tweaks that you make to the high frequency servers when configuring them?
There are a lot of things to compare including location, server setup, type of traffic, etc.

This definitely needs it's own thread :)
 

Luke

Admin
Staff member
I forgot to draw the winners. I will draw them in a few minutes and post them here :D
 

Luke

Admin
Staff member
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