Choosing the best VPS for CPanel?

Gonzalo

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I am going to add some VPS plans and was wondering which one is best for CPanel?

Or is one recommended?
 

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As you will need at least 4GB RAM and 20GB SSD to run properly, you can look at scalway, you will have a VPS for $7. Network is very good, CPU less.

If you need more CPU, they also sell bare metal server (small dedicated) from $13.
 

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Congrats on moderator leto12!

Also. nice post man!

Cheers,
Marc A.
 

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For normally working cPanel need from 4GB RAM 2 or 4 core CPU (cPanel have many background process)
 

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Gonzalo
Some hosting experts said if installing cPanel, just need 2 GB of RAM, why you recommend 4GB RAM 2 or 4 core CPU?

If I run websites then I can need extra 4Gb RAM more, so total 8GB of RAM for websites to run on a VPS with cPanel. Seem it is too much.
 

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You can go for a 4 core 4GB RAM server for the above mentioned requirement. Your websites will run smoothly on 4GB RAM server
 

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For normally working cPanel need from 4GB RAM 2 or 4 core CPU (cPanel have numerous background process)
 

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I have to agree with you kurokood, I feel cPanel consume more my RAM but i could not find how much it consumed.

For other hosting panels, I saw they used lesser RAM than cPanel.
 

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@Virtubox One doesn't need SSD storage to run cPanel on a VPS, does it? :)

@Gonzalo made a very good point that cPanel doesn't need 4 GB of RAM to be operational and stable. If it needed that many memory to run properly cPanel would loose their market position very fast, as it would be a total loss of computing resources. Our Virtual Server user statistics (other's might have different data) shows that in most VPS and VM installations, 512 MB - 768 MB are more than enough for cPanel to run properly.
 
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