Hello all, over the past few days I have had enormous problems with a GoDaddy VDS due to another user's "overtaxing resources". When I do a "top" via SSH and look at average load it sometimes goes from like .01 to 2.5 in a matter of a few minutes due to a rogue process initiated by that user. I have tried to have the user be notified and tech support have opened a ticket as they call it and they have gone the extra mile and killed the process, but this is becoming a mess since I have a live course running that's pretty high profile and with people trying and often failing to log in from around the world (and getting Apache 500 error at regular intervals). Could someone tell me or point me to a spec sheet that tells me exactly how much RAM and what sort of processor I need for a single course using Moodle 2.3.2 and having 30 students. Right now I have 2 GBytes dedicated to my applications, but I am sharing the processor. Bad. If I go to one of the dedicated server plans that would mean the entire processor would be for me. But I am not sure if I should go to a iE3 with 2GBytes or iE5 processor with 4GBytes. Any expert help here would be most appreciated. For the moment I must reboot regularly to keep the party going.