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Following the thread: what is the system load for several virtual domains hosting by one computer? I know that DNS is a little load, but can I start up 50 httpd servers on P150 with 64MB? What is the limit?

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The only way to find is to try to start 50 servers.
Usually, the system load, depends on number of requests.
I think that your system can handle 50 servers with acceptable number of requests.
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