__/ [Brian Wakem] on Friday 23 December 2005 14:33 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> __/ [Brian Wakem] on Friday 23 December 2005 10:46 \__
>>> A well powered dedicated server will be able to serve many thousands of
>>> pages a minute. Ours can serve 300,000 a minute at peak load.
>> Server or serverS? A framework of servers?
> Just the 1 server. Admittedly the 300,000/minute is under absolute ideal
> test conditions.
I would love to see the ventilator that take the 'sweat' off that machine.
>>> What you get for $10/month though may be entirely different. In the
>>> early days of our business we got kicked off a £50/month shared server
>>> for using almost every CPU cycle on the machine, and we weren't getting
>>> anywhere near the amount of traffic we do now. But it depends what your
>>> visitors are doing, a large percentage of our users are doing CPU
>>> intensive stuff.
>> to self: what's that site Brian's running...?
> I don't want to be accused of advertising, so have a look at number 1 (and
> 2) on google for 'cv search'. And before anybody says anything, none of
> our pages validate.
Sheesh... no hear; no speak; no talk. *smile*
Feeds are hot these days. I'd recommend adding them at some stage. I get
these from Monster, CWJobs and jobs.ac.uk. Then again, such feeds are not
aimed at recruiters or businesses.