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Server Requiremnents for BLog Site

Trying to determine the number of servers required for a blogging site.

Lets Assume the following:
Bandwith Ist a concern, lets ignore that. I also have a load balancer that is not also a concern. I just need to know aproximately how many servers I would need for my blog site if I was to support the following number of users. Assuming I am using Dell 1850 (3.4GHz, 800MHz front side bus, 2MB L2 cache, 2GB RAM).  OS is linux apcache, mysql, and php.
 
1) What is required to support 100,000 users per day

    Database Server: ?????
    Content Server:   ?????
 
2) What is required to support 200,000 users per day
 
    Database Server: ?????
    Content Server:   ?????
 
3) What is required to support 500,000 users per day
 
    Database Server: ?????
    Content Server:   ?????
 
4) What is required to support 50,000 users per day
 
    Database Server: ?????
    Content Server:   ?????
 
5) What is required to support 50,000 users per day
 
    Database Server: ?????
    Content Server:   ?????
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ThaiDev
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BILJAXCommented:
1) What is required to support 100,000 users per day

    Database Server: ?????    1
    Content Server:   ?????    2
 
2) What is required to support 200,000 users per day
 
    Database Server: ?????    2 (one could get by)
    Content Server:   ?????    2
 
3) What is required to support 500,000 users per day
 
    Database Server: ?????     2 (just to be safe)
    Content Server:   ?????     2 (3 if you really get hit alot)
 
4) What is required to support 50,000 users per day
 
    Database Server: ?????    1
    Content Server:   ?????    1
 
5) What is required to support 50,000 users per day
  I assume you mean 5,000 users per day
    Database Server: ?????   same machine
    Content Server:   ?????   same machine
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ThaiDevAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your help. Got it
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