How to Choose a Server for Keitaro
Keitaro is a self-hosted tracker, which means it requires a server to be installed to.
Keitaro can be installed only on empty dedicated servers or VPSs on CentOS 7 without any panels.
Our auto-installation script allows you to install Keitaro easily with all components that the tracker needs.
For more information about the single-click installation read How to Install Keitaro page.
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- CentOS 7 or higher
- KVM Virtualization
- Empty server
- No panels (no cPanel, Vesta, etc.)
20GB SSD is minimal required. 1M clicks statistics take approximately 1GB of disk space.
In case server provides less than 1GB RAM, it's better to add swap on 1-2GB (Important: in this case, normal tracker work is not guaranteed).
Average traffic volume 50 000 visitors per day:
- 1CPU, 2GB RAM
Average traffic volume 200 000 visitors per day:
- 2CPU, 2GB RAM (without Redis and PHP-FPM)
Average traffic volume of more than 200 000 visitors per day:
- 2CPU, 4GB RAM (Redis, PHP-FPM)
Average traffic volume of more than 500 000 visitors per day:
- 4CPU, 6GB RAM (Redis, PHP-FPM)
More than 1 million visitors:
- 8 CPU, 8GB RAM (Redis, PHP-FPM)
How much disk space does Keitaro require?
20GB SSD minimum for normal operation of the server. Then it will depend on how much statistics is necessary to store.
1 000 entries of detailing transition take ~ 1 MB at MySQL. For example, you expect 200 000 visitors per day and stats will be stored in the past month:
200 000 × 31 / 1 000 = ~6.2 GB
This calculation is very inaccurate, but it allows you to buy the necessary disk space in advance.