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Apr 3, 2018

Website hosting on RPI 3B+?

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I want to build a soccer tips website using nodejs and express and host it on a raspberry PI but I don't know what kind of performance can I expect from a 3B+.

I know I could just host it on a cheap platform, but I've wanted to get my hands on a PI for some time, and it will help me learn Linux (esp. the setup part that I can't risk on my notebook).

It would be a simple website, with a database like mysql to store the results from this api each hour and update modified predictions in my db, the front-end would use VUE and I will also need to send emails using this email API.

Would the 3b+ be able to handle up to 50 concurrent users?


Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.



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4 days ago

Good point. One that I tend to forget as I have never had an ISP complain about my home server activities.

I don't think the number of concurrent users is an issue. HTTP is a stateless protocol. The connection is made, a request received, a response sent, the connection closed. With only 50 users there will almost never be more than one connection open at a time. Unless one is using websockets, for example, which keep the connection open for a long time.

Outgoing bandwidth use might be an issue. Sounds unlikely to me.

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