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I am currently looking for a new IP KVM. Right now I use a mix of HP and Raritan KVMs and I'm honestly not super happy with either of them. The main feature I'm looking for is the ability to setup multiple users and only allow them to access certain ports/devices on the KVM.

What would be the best IP KVM to look at for this?

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Jul 19, 2009

i have 100 web hosting clients that i want to move 50 clients to another server but i only now have one domain for the dns

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server 2#

hostname :
nameserver1 :
nameserver2 :

and in the domain control panel i set the nameservers for the

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is this a right way to create multi dns for multi webhosting servers?

and when i want to make subdomain hosting account site someting like

it didn't work

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Apr 10, 2008

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I've been running on a low density VPS with 1 Gig ram for a while and it's doing fine but won't handle this setup too much longer. My site does a very high amount of disk read/writing and for the size of my site there are a lot of database calls.

I'm thinking a multi-processor will do wonders for a database intensive site, but will a single multi-core process do fairly well also? My budget is at the low end and obviously I can afford more for a multi-core single processor.

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Jan 26, 2008

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If anyone knows what I am trying to say please advise.

Question :

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Conn02 = 1mbps upload Line with IP
Conn03 = 100mbps download / 1mbpx upload Line with IP 333.333.333.333
Conn04 = Dialup line at 56kbps with IP 444.444.444.444

If I connect all these to a Multi WAN Router lets say Linksys RV016.

1) When a client tries to upload something to the server with IP 444.444.444.444 will it still run at 56kbps or will it be load balanced into the fastest line which is 10mbps.

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What i really want to do is have a central server on linux which i can host a php script and mysql database on which in turn connects to the windows server to execute the vbscript.

Ive always worked with php and mysql so i dont really want to run everything in asp. If i did run everything in asp im not to sure if it would be clever to run asp scripts with mysql and would then have to go to the microsoft sql 2005 route.

So my question is what would be my best way to run php and mysql on a linux server that can in turn connect to a windows server to run a vbscript or execute through command line and log data to mysql, baring in mind authentication and security.

I do have php and mysql set up on the windows server but after alot of trouble getting it running right im not to keen on running the php scripts local, i really need a central linux server for the scripts.

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I know Site5 offers something like this, but I'd like something with over 80% uptime

(* By this I mean each site should have its own cpanel & the sites should be completely separate, due to the fact that I'm lazy & don't want to set up domain pointers or whatever they are called.)

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This is kind of a followup of our thread
"More RAM or better CPU?" [url].

Sorry if we were supposed to post in that thread in stead, but this is a different question that in that post.

Our server is still crashing a lot and unfortunately we can't afford a multi processor with multi cores.

So the question is as follows:
For a site with a lot of database activity, what would be the best thing to go for:

a) Single processor with multiple cores, or
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a = Intel Xeon 3060 Dual Core Conroe Processor (2.4GHz)
b = 2x Intel Dual Xeon 2.8GHz Processors

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Aug 20, 2008

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Jan 5, 2007

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If I have 2 connections from 2 separate ISPs with each a set of different static IP addresses. Using something like [url]a twin WAN router, does it mean that I could :

1) Still use the Static IPs or must it be the local dynamic ones?

2) Increased speeds? Does it increase or provide a better route for outgoing connections?

3) Shouldn't incoming connections still be the same since they have to travel via a specific path as determined by the ISP?

If I am right, If I use 2 WAN connections, users would have a more stable time trying to download stuff, but when people are requesting files from them ( uploading ) it would depend on which ISP's IP they are connected to?

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Apr 24, 2007

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Jun 9, 2007

I am in a bind with Apache's multi process limit. Let me explain what I am doing. There's this website which has career details of all the football players since the beginning of professional football. They have a simple web form which allows you to look at a player's profile by entering his name or his 7 digit numeric id number (on that website).

One of my client wants a list of all the players with a certain "flag" in their profile. So I created an automatic form submission and HTML parsing script to get details of all the players with that "flag" in their profile. Let me not go into too much details and tell you that after applying a few pattern rules to the id number, the number of possible id numbers comes to about 1 million (instead of 10^7; each field can have {0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9}=10 digits, so net combinations = 10*10*10*10*10*10*10).

Therefore, to completely automate this process I wrote a script which would generate an id number, submit the form with that id number, and parse the resulting HTML profile for the "flag". If the script finds a hit on the flag, it stores all the fields of that player in a database. This script is working absolutely fine but the speed I was getting was about one check per second which means that I would have to leave the script running for about 11 days (to process all of about 1 million checks).

So i came up with this idea to divide the check into ten parts and i created separate scripts for each part. Now basically the first script checks for the first 100 thousand combinations, the second checks for another 100 thousand combinations, and so on.

The problem is that I am able to get only two of these scripts running at the same time. So it would still take me at least 5 days to get all the results. The rest of the scripts just sit there in the server's backlog. This is definitely due to Apache's limitation to handle multiple processes. The server I am using to run this script as well the target webserver both run on Apache2. I am sure it's not a problem with the receiving server. It has to be my Apache web server which is running the scripts. I have tried using mpm_winnt (on a windows server) as well as the prefork and worker modules (on a linux server) without any luck. Has any of you ever faced the same situation?

For those concerned about the legitimacy of this work, rest assured, this is absolutely legit. There's nothing in the website's use policy which restricts somebody from doing this. Moreover, my client hired me to do this only because the website owners were not able to hand over the data he required. They gave the stupid reason that they are helpless in providing the data because they don't have a system in place which would allow them to do a search restriction!

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Well, it's been a month now and I have had a server dedicated for MySQL and the other one dedicated for web set up. A month has gone by and my host and I are having problems setting it up - I have not been able to use the new server and have already had to pay the bill when I have not been able to use it for its purpose!

The old server was supposed to act as the MySQL while the new server was supposed to be for web. We are having so many problems trying to set this up, well at least my host is, and I am becoming more and more frustrated as the days go on because I am paying for the new server that I can't even use because it's not set up properly.

I am using DirectAdmin control panel and linking them is a pain in the butt. I linked my host to this article, but I don't think he's implementing what is being instructed to do:

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I am willing to switch control panels if it will speed up the process. Does anybody know of any control panels that will be better suited for my need? I'd ideally like to simply manage both servers in one control panel - under one license - and manage each server's services and most importantly the MySQL and it's databases on the dedicated server for MySQL.

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At the moment the site is hosted on two servers - one for the front end web server, one for the database.

Both servers are running a RAID HDD system which allows quick swaps of faulty HDDs without data loss.
An hourly full backup of database tables is running which is killing the server when it runs.

ISP has suggested installing a third server to run as a slave to the existing DB server, and hence always hold a duplicated of the live database.

I have a feeling however that this is basically just like having RAID mirroring, but on a different machine - so to solve the problem of a potential dodgy SQL statement wiping out ALL copies of the live database, we'd STILL need hourly backups to run, and hence would still see the major system speed drop each hour at the time of backup.

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Growing from those requirements is very possible, so we would like to be able to add new computers to the cluster, more processing machines, more front-ends, a load balancer, etc.

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My question is, what is the best solution here, a rack with a private Lan/fast switches?

What are the recommended companies for this kind of installations? Will they manage everything or just rent the rack?

Any clues about how costly (setup and monthly) this kind of setup would be? I can't find specific prices for these "special installations" anywhere, they all want us to call and we are just preparing for 4/6 months on the road.

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This is a quick and dirty fix because I also can access to the ap website with this url :

I'd like every website to be accessed from their root:


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[Code] ....

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Is there a prebuilt solution that anyone knows that will help with these things ? If not, do you know of any ways that this might be possible to be done - even if you don't know the exact details of how it should be done - any help in finding out something like this would help .

Note :
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