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Discussion in 'Install & Upgrades or Pre-Install Questions' started by eva2000, Sep 25, 2016.

  1. KlueMaster

    KlueMaster Member

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    Just to add (where is the edit button?), it was PHP 8.0 version.

     
  2. eva2000

    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    Nginx 1.19.x
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    Yeah edit button has a time limit :)
     
  3. Mr. Jinx

    Mr. Jinx New Member

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    Code:
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    Total Curl Installer YUM or DNF Time: -7104.0064 seconds
    Total YUM Time: 11.463123031 seconds
    Total YUM or DNF + Source Download Time: 40.2338
    Total Nginx First Time Install Time: 225.4808
    Total PHP First Time Install Time: 375.6765
    Download From Github Time: 2.0294
    Total Time Other eg. source compiles: 330.7326
    Total Centmin Mod Install Time: 972.1237
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    Total Install Time (curl yum + cm install + zip download): -6129.8533 seconds
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    2 AMD EPYC 7542 32-Core Processor
    2 2894.560
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    Something weird happened with the time (probably timezone issue).
     
  4. tininho

    tininho Active Member

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    Terrahost 2 vCPU Ryzen 5950X 3.4GHz+ 4GB

    Code:
    yum -y update; curl -O https://centminmod.com/betainstaller74.sh && chmod 0700 betainstaller74.sh && bash betainstaller74.sh
    Code:
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    Total Curl Installer YUM or DNF Time: 55.8028 seconds
    Total YUM Time: 9.073864739 seconds
    Total YUM or DNF + Source Download Time: 27.7823
    Total Nginx First Time Install Time: 165.7954
    Total PHP First Time Install Time: 251.4615
    Download From Github Time: 2.1344
    Total Time Other eg. source compiles: 250.8040
    Total Centmin Mod Install Time: 695.8432
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    Total Install Time (curl yum + cm install + zip download): 753.7804 seconds
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    2 AMD Ryzen 9 5950X 16-Core Processor
    2 3393.624
     
  5. eva2000

    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    753 seconds is very fast for PHP 7.4 default install for just 2 cpu core VPS! Shows the power of AMD Ryzen 5950X! :)
     
  6. deltahf

    deltahf Premium Member Premium Member

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    Just installed on my new Hivelocity server in TPA1!

    AMD EPYC 7251
    64GB DDR4 memory
    500GB NVMe drive
    PHP 7.4 install

    Code (Text):
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    Total Curl Installer YUM or DNF Time: 92.1332 seconds
    Total YUM Time: 18.415223278 seconds
    Total YUM or DNF + Source Download Time: 57.0458
    Total Nginx First Time Install Time: 162.4061
    Total PHP First Time Install Time: 310.8912
    Download From Github Time: 1.7859
    Total Time Other eg. source compiles: 475.2555
    Total Centmin Mod Install Time: 1005.5985
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    Total Install Time (curl yum + cm install + zip download): 1099.5176 seconds
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    16 AMD EPYC 7251 8-Core Processor
    15 1200.000 1 2100.000
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    Not bad, but I'm disappointed it is not closer to the (virtualized!) Ryzen numbers posted here. :(

    Is this not a good CPU? From the benchmarks I thought it would be a significant upgrade from E3-1230 v5 Quad-Core Skylake Xeon on my old server.
     
  7. buik

    buik "Nobody who ever gave his best regretted it." Premium Member

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    Why are you disappointed?

    What is the reason for the upgrade?
    Does the old server have a defect?
    Do you need more server power?

    A benchmark is a snapshot.
    And it doesn't say everything about a processor nor the system.
    In general, your new processor is better compared to the old one.

    I wouldn't focus too much on someone else's benchmark.
    A virtual system is regularly faked (no or less noisy neighbors) by the provider for better benchmarks (markteting).

    Users also sometimes show better data than it really is (what you often see at: pissing contests :) (not literally of course)).
     
  8. eva2000

    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    Centmin Mod install time is highest for Nginx + php-fpm compilation and that favours faster cpu clock speeds over slower and more CPU cores over less. And compared to virtualised, the nginx + php-fpm compile times are closer due to you having more CPU threads compensating for your much lower CPU clock speeds. Also seems you haven't optimized new cpus CPU clock/power management profiles. It's the other source compile times you end up slower 475s vs 250s for whatever reason.

    However for actual site and server performance, having more CPU cores/threads will end up better as your concurrent traffic rises. But your AMD EPYC cpu is 3 generations older 1st generation versus virtualised Ryzen 5950X 5th generation which has much faster per CPU clock performance than your older 1st generation and faster than your old Xeon E3-1230v5 Skylake

    Lastly, your YUM + download times are slower so probably due to geographic location of the server to download sites being a factor
     
    Last edited: Sep 26, 2021