Server specs to support 500,000 connections.

Dual Processor Hex Core Xeon 2620 - 2.20 GHz (Sandy Bridge) - 2x15MB cache

16GB DDR3 Registered 1333 RAM

4x50GB SSD Drives (100GB total capacity due to RAID10)

5000GB Bandwidth

1GBPS Public & Private Speeds



cPanel


I am  aiming for 500,000 concurrent connections. Is this possible ? Is there a way to "estimate" the amount of connections ?
Any help would be appreciated.
c_hocklandAsked:
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Kent DyerIT Security Analyst SeniorCommented:
I am sure there are other ways to do this..

But, I think this should give you started.

http://www.numion.com/calculators/ServerCapa.html

Caution: There is one issue..  They use 1000 and not 1024 as the divisor for Megabytes as an example..  However, look at the bottom of the page as there are sample calculations.

HTH,

Kent
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Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
if you need to support that much, have you thought about looking at a load balancing solution amongst  multiple identical servers - perhaps through an F5?
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c_hocklandAuthor Commented:
yes they are thinking to add a local load balancer and add another server.
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c_hocklandAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the link.
Server is connected to a gigabit port on the switch and bandwidth is 5000TB.
Whats the value i should enter at the " Server connection bandwidth      KBps per sec "   ?

do i enter the 1Gigabit = 1,000,000 Kbps ?
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