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hi, i would like to know what is the recommended specs for prestashop on vps server ? i have today prestashop on shared server . i have 1 store with more then 6,000 products . i have 10 cron jobs running and i'm working with C PANEL what is the right specs for me ? 1 CPU with 2 cores - is it enough ? how much RAM- 2gb or 3gb ?
Welcome to the PrestaShop Forum, In this tutorial, we will be taking a fresh installed Ubuntu VPS or dedicated server and transform it to a webserver that will be ready to host Prestashop. The benefit of running a manually installed and configured LEMP stack is the avoidance of control panels such as cPanels and such. In addition, the RAM memory of your server would be less consumed. At the end, you are saving money and resources. Please note that at the time of this article, the versions of software were the following: Ubuntu 14.04 Prestashop 184.108.40.206 This does not mean that this lesson will not work with other versions, but keep in mind compatibility issues. Prerequisite: Please have the most common Ubuntu repositories added to your repositories list. Step 1: Login into your freshly installed Ubuntu as root or as the user you created during installation. Step 2: Follow the following instructions carefully. Please be advised that the instructions are chronological in order. The parts in red are what needs to be changed by you. Step 3: Attached, are the host file. Copy the lines inside of them and paste into the host file you created above in "# General & Security Configurations". The following configuration supports http only. If you want to enable https, uncomment the ssl lines and tweak them up properly. For non-www to www redirection: Look for attachments. For www to non-www redirection: Look for attachments. That's all for today! Please remember to give back to the community. This lesson took weeks to become what it is right now. Any suggestions and ideas in the scope of this article are welcome. For moderators, you are welcome to fix, add and reformat any part of this article. - Phil Host files.zip