I have successfully installed PHP onto my MS Server 2000 platform, and can execute the files without problem.
html files no longer work, but I think this is to be expected? Renaming them .php allows them to work.
However, I am struggling to set a default page - I have gone to 'document' in the IIS settings, and removed all other default pages, and added index.php. This has not worked. I can access xxx.myserver.com/index.php, but it does not show when accessing xxx.myserver.com
I have a Windows 2000 Advanced Server where there's a performance issue with some of the .asp pages that retrieve data from Access databases, (I know Access databases aren't ideal for data). These pages will just get stuck/freeze, and then either suddenly spring back to life, or give a script timeout error 0113.
The largest Access database I've seen is 136MB (is that way too large?)
I will probably move some of the large Access databases onto a different server but before I do:
- Are there any tools you can recommend to diagnose exactly what files / databases are causing the problem. I don't think the Win 2000 performance monitor tools even work.
- Can anyone explain more about the technicalities behind this issue. I expect it has something to do with processes, threads, memory, Access drivers being loaded into memory etc etc. Can anyone tell me what they know to put me in the picture better?
I have a Windows 2000 server running Raid 1 software raid. Recently, one hard disk in the mirror crash, I replace another trying to build the mirror. Problem is the existing hard disk has a few bad blocks, even after chkdsk it still failed to rebuild the software raid, error msg was due to bad blocks in the existing hard disk.
I have a dedicated server and I am about to get a few high traffic sites that will be Joomla based and MySQL served. What I am thinking a about is to create another MySQL instance, leave the current websites on the "old" instance and get the new ones onto a separate instance.
I am on PPP 11.0.9 on windows and the current mysql version is 5.1.56 on port 3306 (I can get other ports for other instances).
What I did was the following:
In the Database Servers page, I hit "Add Database Server"
In the next page I add the following: MySQL (from the dropdown) localhost 3307 (leave blank the default check box)
I then add the Administrator's username and passwords and hit OK.
The next page, reports an error message (in between asterisks below): ************************ Error: Test connection to the database server has failed because of network problems:
No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it. ************************ The primary (eg. current) mysql instance is working fine, it's just I cannot add a second server...
The minimum requirements that I am seeking for is that it must be a Windows 2000 or Windows XP machine with at least 1024 MB of DDR PC3200 RAM and at least a single-core 2 GHz CPU whether it be AMD or Intel (something suitable for a gameserver and webserver combo), 40GB SATA/RAID Harddrive, and a Full Duplex 100 Mbit port with plenty of bandwidth to run a 32-Player 66tic CSS Server.
The price range that I seek is between $60 to $120 per month.
I have a windows 2000 server and I would like to configure two domain names, c.com and bnvsaj.c.com and requests to these domains should be forwarded to 192.168.0.1 and 192.168.0.2. How can I configure like this?
With provided information at [URL] .... did not work? when setting it up in control panel -> domain's dns panel and plesk version is 11.0.9
It needs the following DNS records
Record type: SRV Service name *: _Autodiscover Protocol name *: _tcp (it will automatically add your domain and to edit it again shows as invalid) Port number *: 443 Priority of service: very high(0) Weight of service: theres no 0 option so use 10 as the option and to edit it again shows as invalid) Target host *: use your mail ip address?
im trying to setupa Windows Meida Services Server Locally but i am stuck with one thing, im wanting to have to enter a username and password to send content to the server (push publishing point being run from sam broadcaster) but i cannot for the life of me figure out how to make WMS require a username and password for a broadcast encoder to connect but to allow anyone to listen without user/pass. so im wondering if anyone can provide me some info on this
I use Plesk 11.5.3 and have a problem with adding new customer. When i have add a new customer and type the domain in my browser, I have to authorisize, but I haven't set up a protect folder know. What's wrong with my plesk? I think this is a permission problem with IIS.
I use Plesk 11.0.9 Update #53 on Windows 2008 SP2. Nameservers and mail server are external servers and fully working.I have a 'fake' web site (roundcube. local) in which I've successfully installed roundcube and I would use it as webmail.I've added a domain alias 'webmail2.domain.com' and it works like a charm.Now I've moved the main domain "domain.com" on the plesk server and I would like to add a 'webmail.domain.com' domain alias to the 'roundcube.local' website.If I try to do it, I receive this error:
"Error: Wrong prefix for domain alias"..Even if I try to add webmail.anotherdomain.com (not installed on the Plesk server) I get the same error.The error shows up either the host is configured to the Plesk machine or not.If I set the binding directly in IIS it works but I'd like to use the plesk to do this.
We just installed a new Windows 2008 r2 server with Plesk v 11.0.9. We need to install the French Language pack, but can not find how to do it. nothing in the knowledge base on this. I tried the look in the add/removing components, but it is not there.
Is there a command line program to install language packs?
I just took my first steps into Windows Media Services but I have some problems with the buffering of the stream.
I send from Expression Encoder 2 SP1 to my publishing point on my Windows Media Server.
But when the quality of the video is too high, I get some buffering problems when I'm watching the streamed video with my Windows Media Player. After looking 5 seconds to the stream, the windows media player stops with playing and in the left bottom corner I see the text "buffering". After 3 seconds buffering, the player goes further for a next of 5 seconds of playing and it continously does this.
The onboard NICs on one our machines have become faulty, but due to their being no spare card slots on the server - a USB NIC has been used as a replacement.
This was fine, until the machine had to be reset - and on reboot MS SQL and Merak both failed - the reason being they load up *before* the USB driver kicks in for the nic (MS SQL for example tries to start, cannot listen on the IP then fails - Merak loads up, but doesn't bind -- even after the card comes up).
So my question is, is there a way to make the USB drivers load up first, or somehow put a delay on MS SQL and Merak?
MYSQL doesn't seem to be affected .... but that could just be fluke...
We have a domain portal controller for windows. All the machines in the n/w are connected to it. So, when ever an user enters the user name and password it gets authenticated from the domain portal controller. So, my login can be accessed anywhere in the netowrk.
Example : my login is sabarishks which can be used in any machine under this domain controller.
But, if the system is installed with both linux and windows only windows username will be authenticated using the domain controller. Whereas, the linux users will work with in the system using /etc/shadow file. Hope, I am clear so far.
The requirement is same as above. The authentication mechanism for linux should work as windows. When ever an user is entered with a username and passwd, it should get authenticated from domain controller.
I mean, the user created in a windows machine should be used for linux login also. More importantly, It should work in all systems.
Which technology can be used to do this? Samba,Ldap, NFs or what?