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Re: VestaCP for ARM

Posted: Mon Mar 04, 2019 11:42 pm
by batence
ScIT wrote:
Sat Apr 28, 2018 12:12 pm
I dont understand why there is a need for arm support? In fact, you want to run a web service with vestacp, so why not just use a vps service? or host own servers like we do?
Also I host some virtual machines on my node XS23-TY3 with 8 cores and 8 gb of ram each. But I am not interesed to run vesta on them. If I will run HA servers, then I prefer some complex, potential and lot of features control panel like CentOS Web Panel or cPanel/WHM.
mehargags wrote:
Sun Apr 29, 2018 7:33 am
ARM is not a server platform at all, it was designed as a low power platform for mobile/embedded devices and is not capable of running dedicated services payload 24/7. These low-end hosting companies found a way to offer these cheapstake machines as a low cost selling point just to lure in more customers.

VestaCP as a webstack doesn't have a need on these architectures. Stick to mainstream server platforms and be happy.
I just prefer VestaCP because is light, simple and good performance.

Regarding this post: "Can 512MB VPS handle 8k visitors per day? Yep! Read performance review" I will be happy if I can run RPi3 with VestaCP and can handle 200-300 vistors per day. Or something else.

I have no interest to run VestaCP on powerful dedicated or virtual servers.

Idk how it's will hard to release vestacp for arm.
HueyGeek wrote:
Tue Jan 08, 2019 3:49 am
I had already seen posts in the forum asking and requesting a version for ARM processors.

I built a VESTA Fork for ARMv8 CPUs, and it is available on GitHub:
Thank you! I will try that. Also I am sure that RPi or some arm based micro computer can do so good performance with vestacp! Thank you again!

Re: VestaCP for ARM

Posted: Mon Apr 29, 2019 6:36 pm
by hostmit
repo is dead. links are dead.

Any proper git repo for ARM?

Re: VestaCP for ARM

Posted: Sat Aug 17, 2019 11:21 am
by Spheerys
I'm also interessed by a ARM portage !