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server allocation for service

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how to allocate server for the service?

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That depends on the server and what you mean by "allocate." Are you trying to rent a hosted server, or allocate resources to a virtual machine that will run a server?

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In the web hosting industry allocating a server for service is a very important factor.some of the important factors have to consider while allocating server for client use.I will tell you an example of ram allocation on the managed windows dedicated server.these is are the steps:


Click Start, Administrative Tools, then Terminal Services Configuration.
Right-click the name of the server you are running, then click Properties
Click Advanced
Click Resource Quotas
Adjust the Memory slider to represent the maximum memory usage per user. Lower settings will prevent users from running too many applications and could cause extensive paging for that user's applications.
Hope you get the information which I have provided.Thanks in Advanced

Edited by Indrajit890, 02 August 2017 - 07:04 AM.

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