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How BIG is your VB?
by CloudBurst
13 Jan 2002 18:00

I havent got a VB yet, but i want to get one for my site, but I'm not sure I can afford it (bandwidth wize).

So whats the avarge size / members / bandwidth taken? :)

Php_Masta 13 Jan 2002 18:14

Cloudburst, please go to this page and enter your username, to show you are licensed. (you will need to use your customer number and password to access that page)
Thank you.


lol thats the answer ur gonna get.

CloudBurst 13 Jan 2002 19:08

Quote:

Originally posted by Php_Masta
Cloudburst, please go to this page and enter your username, to show you are licensed.
There is no link. And I don't own one. Thats the whole point of this post, to see if I can afford to get one bandwidth wize... ?! :(
Thats really anoying. Oh, well. I can see the point (cracking down on illigal VB, a read a post about that somewhere).

Thanks anyway.

Php_Masta 13 Jan 2002 19:11

i know i was being sarcastic. I was saying that is the only answer u will get in these forums

CloudBurst 13 Jan 2002 19:22

riiiiteeee. ok
*wanders away*

Steve Machol 13 Jan 2002 19:25

Ignore him. It was clear to us that you were just getting information prior to ordering vB.

My Board has about 1400 members and 25k posts. The size of the database is just under 40Mb and I use about 1.6Gb bandwidth per month.

Moonwolf 13 Jan 2002 19:31

One of the ones we're set up is 1,800 members, 49,500 posts, and uses 150 MB file space.

Kathi

eva2000 13 Jan 2002 19:51

4,800+ members
546,000+ posts
710MB

Steve Machol 13 Jan 2002 22:56

Does anyone else feel slightly weird when we start comparing size? :rolleyes:

nafae 14 Jan 2002 00:40

54 members, 61 threads :( Boy do I feel deprived ;) :eek:

Dalius 14 Jan 2002 02:22

107 Members
568 Posts

Err, How do i check how big the database file is?

So far this month, ive used 17 megs of bandwidth

*feels small*

eva2000 14 Jan 2002 07:51

Quote:

Originally posted by smachol
Does anyone else feel slightly weird when we start comparing size? :rolleyes:
nah it's a natural socially conditioned trait :D

Martz 14 Jan 2002 13:00

1 Attachment(s)
Members: 700 and something
Posts: 250,000 +
Threads: 10,000 +

Bandwidth: I hit 9.8 GB of traffic at the end of November, which was the largest amount transfered so far in a single month. These are my stats for the month so far:


Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

Hope this gives you a general idea! I'm paying 20 per month for my host (a really good 1 off special deal). But I am going to start breaking my allocations.

Once you get these things going they seem to snowball. GL.

CloudBurst 14 Jan 2002 19:01

wow, thanks loads :D
any more would be really aperciated!

OK: Well, I'm aming at at board (built up over 5/6 months) of about Members: 300, Threads: 1000, Posts: 9000.
I gather that I'll be using about 2/3 gig of bandwidth a month and that will fill about 20 meg.
^ Is that *roughly* right, because from the above posts, it's hard to gauge!

:D - CB

Small
by bitbender
14 Jan 2002 21:14

Bitbenderforums has been about since Summer 2001, is self hosted on a DSL 384/384 IP subnet of it's own, and:

Registered Members: 126
Total Threads: 2056 | Total Posts: 18812 | New Threads Today: 99

Now, I run the usenet news server hack, and a lot of the others too :)

The usenet hack rakes in alot of the new posts (mostly trash) each day, but does bring in some gold mines from time to time.

Current Database is about 180 meg


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