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SER Performance Test

SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
edited March 31 in Other / Mixed
We received some mixed response on the last updates for GSA Search Engine Ranker. Some reported better speed, CPU and memory usage and some reported the opposite.
Unfortunately we need to decide which path to follow so we have 4 different builds now for you.
If you are interested, run all of them one after another (at least 30 minutes) and see which one performs best. Report back in this thread. I will update my post with votes for each one.
And please no other builds or previous versions are here to vote or judge for.
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  • SmeklinisSmeklinis XXX
    edited March 29
    I ran the tests for 10 minutes each.
    serverifiedlists and asiavirtualsolutions lists.
    1000 threads, 250 fast proxies, engines:

    After every test - Reset Data.
    Ryzen 7 3700X 8C/16T @ 4,2Ghz, 32Gb RAM, 200Mbps up/down net.

    With 16.04 and both lists I am getting 8 VpM, threads are jumping between 400-1000.
    I have 50-80% CPU load - and it is due asiavirtualsolutions link list - it has mostly comments, guestbooks links, etc.
    With serverifiedlists link list I have much lower CPU load (10-30%), but also lower VpM.
    Asiavirtualsolutions link list in my opinion is total crap - almost zero contextuals and tons of redirects, comments, indexers, etc.
    But it can be good for lower Tiers.
    Check how looks their blog comments:
    I think due this GSA overloads.

    With both link lists:
    Test-Build-1 - CPU 100%, threads rarely reaches 300 (average 150), VpM - 4. GSA is unresponsive. After 5 minutes threads drop to 50.
    Test-Build-2 - CPU 70-99%, threads rarely reaches 500 (average 250), VpM - 9. GSA is half responsive. After 10 minutes threads drop to 50.
    Test-Build-3 - CPU 70-99%, threads jumping 500-1000, VpM - 12. GSA is half responsive. After 10 minutes threads drop to 50.
    Test-Build-4 - CPU 70-99%, threads rarely reaches 500 (average 250), VpM - 12. GSA is half responsive. After 10 minutes threads drop to 50.






  • sickseosickseo London,UK
    You need to use the list in your verified folder. If you keep using the lists you purchased you will always get low vpm. Non working sites is what causes low vpm.
  • odinotodinot Earth's inner core
    Self-collected LINK LIST mostly are articles so VPM will be way lower.


    1000Proxies.
    4vCPU.

    Every test was run with clear url data cache and refresh.

    All my settings did not set CPU throttle when reach certain threshold.

    Test-Build-1 - CPU 100%. Unresponsive. (250 Threads, running at 250 threads. VPM 6)
    Test-Build-2 - CPU 80-100%. Responsive when it's below 95% (250 Threads, running at 250 threads. VPM 22)
    Test-Build-3 - CPU 95-100%. Half responsive when it's below 95% (250 Threads, running at 250 threads. VPM 11)
    Test-Build-4 - CPU 95-100%. Half responsive when it's below 95% (250 Threads, running at 250 threads. VPM 12)

    I managed to run all at max threads maybe due to my settings that I did not set CPU throttle.

    Personally I favor Test build 2.




  • sickseosickseo London,UK
    edited March 31
    I've got all 4 running at the same time on 4 different vps. Specs of vps and site list and proxies are identical with 33 projects running on each. Only difference between them is the version of ser that's running.

    3vcpu with 4gb ram vps. 1000 threads set with cpu limit at 75%, clean verified list. Running for 7 hours and still going.

    test build 1 - 227 vpm, 100-200 threads running
    test build 2 - 236 vpm, 100-200 threads running
    test build 3 - 213 vpm, 100-200 threads running
    test build 4 - 317 vpm, 100-200 threads running

    version 16.04 - 323 vpm, 100-200 threads running

    Running threads fluctuates a lot and does go over 200 threads from time to time. With more projects loaded, i'd suspect thread count would be higher. I have seen it run at 1000 threads continously on previous versions, but not on these ones. On a dedicated server, threads run much higher consistently at 800-1000 threads. I've checked one dedi and it's at 2781 vpm with version 16.04!

    Test build 4 gets my vote with significantly higher vpm.  It's almost the same as version 16.04 in terms of vpm.


    Thanked by 1kane
  • Seems version 16.10 has lower CPU usage, but also VpM dropped dramatically.
    v16.04 works much better with a little higher CPU usage compared to v16.10.
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