i would like to use Litespeed webserver from my server.i installed and run Litespeed from my server. but i dont know how to config. when i start the Litespeed webserver i have an error to please install Zend. Please help me to install zend and if you know whats my need for install please help me to done.
I use cPanel - Dedicated Server
i can control the Litespeed from the cPanel WHM.
I had configured webserver on one of my CentOS server. It worked fine for few months but after sometimes it started giving problem. I was not able to browse website. The I found that it was timing out so I increased timeout period from php and the website started working.
But still the website is taking 30-35 seconds to load. I checked the server but I couldn't find any solution. Please guide me to get this resolved.
I have an Ubuntu server and have installed AMP. The server is behind a router (2wire).
I have a static IP address which i use for the webserver. I have enabled the router firewall to allow all the typical webserver ports. When I am on the network (in the vicinity of the network) i am able to connect wirelessly to the server via ssh and also access the domains via my web browser.
But when i connect to the net via another router I am unable to gain ssh access or access the websites from a browser.
When i initiate a connection with putty all i get is a black screen and when i connect to the website i get
The operation timed out when attempting to contact www.globalexpatservices.com.
I only know a little bit about ports and web-servers, I'm going to try to attempt to setup a home webserver with Ubuntu, I am curious would I need to point ports 80 and 21 (http and ssh) to my machines internal IP address, also what is a proxy and how do I know if i'm using one.
traffic has been surging lately and is expected to continue surging. i am already on the fastest chipset my webhost has.
current configuration single server (centos), webserver (apache), single filesystem. many dynamic pages (perl script) but no mysql database. no php.
ideal configuration multiple webservers (apache), single file system.
assuming my scripts do not write to the filesystem (read only), what do i need to install or do in order to send a request for www.domain.com to server1.domain.com or server2.domain.com or server3.domain.com according to the load of each? it should look the same at the front end. anyone know what i need to get?
Due to our bad connectivity in our actual French hosting provider (OVH), we need to search for alternatives.
Please post opinions about other hosting companies that can give same configurations at a reasonable price, if possible with related experience with them.
Actually -from 1 year ago- we have the following configuration at OVH:
1xDBServer: Intel Q6600, 1x250GB, 8GB DDR2, 100Mbps (not real on a daily constant), Wind2K3 STD. : 130eur. + vat 1xWebServer: Intel Core2, 1x160GB, 1GB DDR2, 100Mbps (not real on a daily constant), Win2K3 WEB Ed. : 49eur. + vat All days we have traffic problems, with low real bandwith connection, also with poor pings to/from Spain (where most percentatge of our users come). We need to find a hosting provider with a same or a litle best configuration with the follow requisits:
-100Mbps per server [If possible, 100Mbps dedicated (non shared, without aggregation ratio)], UNMETTERED.
-IMPORTANT: Good bandwith connectivity
-Preferable Datacenter hosted in Europe
-WebServer same config, but 2GB DDR (also can be an AMD), if possible with W2K8 WebEd.
-DatabaseServer same config. preferable with 16GB DDR, also preferable -optional- with 2x or 3xSAS 15K. (RAID 1 or Raid 5)
-Possible upgrades (specially beacuse OVH is the first to launch a server with Intel 25GB SSL drives that are superfaster (look at ovh.fr for model HG2009). Any other has support or previsions to serve SSL Drives?)
-If possible, with X days break of contract agreement (money back guaranteed) We can pay some more at a month, but on the first months we can't pay more than around 500$/Euros.
look at the Combo deal. basically you buy ASUS M2N-LR Socket AM2 NVIDIA nForce Professional 3600 ATX Server Motherboard - Retail and get AMD Athlon 64 X2 3600+ Windsor 2.0GHz 2 x 256KB L2 Cache Socket AM2 Processor - Retail for free.
how's this combo for a windows web server with 4gb none ECC RAM and a 2U case to go with it?
Awhile back I was scouring the site (and the web) to find a single location where I could learn how to set up a Linux webserver on my Windows machine. I found many great references and tutorials -- bits and pieces of some really great stuff -- but not one single location to walk me through the entire process.
So... I created one!
This blog in intended to assist knuckleheads like me in setting up their own Linux webserver. In it are step by step instructions for VMWare on Windows, Linux Debian Etch, Apache, MySQL, PHP, Ruby, Rails, Mongrel, PHPMyAdmin, GD and more. The goal was to create a real world environment where I could learn how to prepare a Linux webserver, so when the day comes that I purchase my own VPS space, I will be ready to set it up...
This was a great learning experience for me, and I hope a good resource for other newbies like me in the days to come.
There's a bit of a project which I am going to be launching hopefully within about a month or so. Its going to be fairly server intensive, and as I don't know what the outcome will be, I wish to host it myself on a few spare machines I have for the time-being.
Now, the issue at this stage is installing all the necessary webserver software and controling it from one page, like a control panel.
I don't mind looking into control panels such as Plesk or any others, but would these automatically install all the software that is needed by the CP - such as Apache, MySQL, PHP, Perl etc?
I'd appreciate if anyone could give me some guidance as far as control panels and web server software is concerned.
I want to run an HTML webpage that accesses an MP3 resource that's also on my website. However, I only want the webpage to have access to the file and block access from those attempting to access the file directly. That leaves me with two options:
1. Block access through the Apache configuration so that only my Webserver can access the resource, or
I moved a tomatocart website with its database, www-root. + keeping all its file and folder permissions.The username on the new server is the same, same id same name same permissions ect. The database name is the same the passwords are the same, location of www-root server same.
The website works it fetches and stores in the mysql database.At the old server with the same tomatocart website you could browse to example domain. ex/1-catagory-bananas and you would see a nice grid of bananas you can order. But there is no folder 1-catagory-bananas on the old or new server you just stay on the index.php but the url goes exampledomain.ex/1-catagory-bananas and the viewed website reloads
On the new server with the same URL i get a "NOT FOUND /1-catagory-bananas ect."so the website works perfeclty on the new server?
In a 2 X Quad Xeon server with 16GB RAM and 2 X 500GB on DirectAdmin.
IOwait is less than 10% most of the times.
So litespeed told me to go with a 2 CPU core license.
1. So since i going with 2 CPU core license. It will only make 2 cores user litespeed for PHP out of 8 cores? what other cores gonna do? only static content? Or other cores gonna use Apache for php? can you plz explain.
2. Do we have to configure cache like mod_cache, mod_disk_cache, and mod_mem_cache etc with litespeed too? Or it has its own methods of caching?
3. Should use their PHP LiteSpeed SAPI over normal PHP? Is there any compatibility problems with scripts like Vbulletin, jamroom?
Anyone happen to know the difference between the two and whether or not I'll notice the difference between them?
For example, many, many, many, many moons ago, in a far away land, there used to be a difference between Windows and Linux for perl scripts. In fact, if you couldn't re-write half the script, some of them just didn't work right on a windows host.
Are there any differences like that between lightspeed and apache, or is it all pretty much the same and doesn't really matter?