Duplicate Website...good Way Of Comparing Hosts

Jun 27, 2008

I already have a web account with a shared web host. My site is growing. I want to buy a new account with a different web host but I'm afraid that the servers will be slower (the specs are better, but maybe it has more sites hosted on it or they are dishonest etc.?).

So, when I buy the new hosting account, can I simply copy and paste my site over and see which server serves the page faster? Then I should be able to decide which server to associate the domain name with...

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Feb 2, 2008

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After putting in a support ticket, I was told they can't do anything about it at all. They told me the order of the listing is the order in the "mail server apache configuration."

After posting this matter here in the Apache forum, I have been informed by an SP member that the answer I got wouldn't hold any water at all, or more accurately, consists of a whole lot of smoke. As a person who knows how easy and basic it is to sort data lists or drop-down form selector fields myself, I must admit that it's hard to believe nothing can be done in the 21st century.

I have no desire at all to go with another reseller plan, and like using CPanel instead with addons.

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Based on some specific requirements, I have chosen the following finalists: ANhosting/Midphase, Hostgator, IXWebhosting, and Websitesource. If you have a website that uses one of these hosts,

I think a good way of doing a fair, accurate speed comparison is for 2 or 3 customers of each web host to place a 20MB file on their website. I will then download the file from each customer site during a high-traffic time of day. I will then report the results here.

This forum doesn't allow urls for the file to download, I think, but I hope it is allowed to put the URL for the download into an attachment, enclosed...

I anticipate that other webhosts that are reading this will want to participate. I welcome this, so here are some key features I need: php/linux, add at least 3 dedicated IPs to one account (could be extra fee), at least 20 addon domains on one acct., catchall/default email, shared ssl.

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20 Gigabytes Storage
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2 IP Addresses
Cpanel/WHM/Fantastico/XController
Fully Managed Support

What deals and services are out there. I am looking at spending a little less as I only

need 5gig of space and half the transfer.

Server specs are available directly via pm.

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Hyper-v windows 2003 vps at webspacedepot.com
serviceuptime.com/users/uptimemonitoring.php?S=8621c2c30f85e3fadc3d6f056170db65&Id=14678

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Comparisons:
VPS: 2 1.6Mhz Dual-Core AMD Opteron Processor 2210 HE's, I don't know how many people share that
Dedi: Celeron 2.0, all mine. (and yes, I know that is potentially a bit of a downgrade)

VPS: 512MB ram and 1024MB swap
Dedi: 1024MB ram (guessing I set my own swap size?)

VPS: 25GB allocated space
Dedi: 80GB hd

VPS: 1.5Mbps connection
Dedi: 10Mbps connection

VPS: CP+ control panel
Dedi: None included (could install Webmin myself, which is free, never used it before though)

VPS: Their DNS servers
Dedi: Need to use my own

So basically the parts I don't know the difference between would be the processor, the control panel, and what the performance impact on running primary and secondary DNS servers on the same box as the webserver. Anyone have any feedback on those points?

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As a non-tech but looong term sufferer in the Hosting biz both as a consumer and VERY briefly a supplier ( strictly for masochists IMHO ), over the years I found it was only specific individuals - not the Hosting Company that was the key point.

Good support people are really needed more today than ever before. It is sooo complex - as follows:

We are looking at leaving our unsupported VERY small Dedicated Server after two years of frustration trying to get a secure, reliable system going without success. A mixed bag of problems: Us being non-geeks, OS problems, Server problems.

We are looking at going back to a VPS in the light of amazing claims being made for them today.

A fraction of the cost of Dedicated and yet *claims* of astounding capability. CLAIMS...

That's why I'm here today with you. I need help sorting the facts out. Can a VPS that : is "burstable" for RAM and with amazing pipe access and volume allowance and the new concept of "sorta like load balancing" sharing workload over possibly hundreds of Servers in a giant cluster" actually be real?

If this is true it would be Server heaven for me as the Provider has to do all the Geek-stuff!

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It seems that I will have to give up all my data and have everything wiped off from the hard drives this is very sad for me but I still have a chance to save the data on them. So I am thinking of copying them to another bunch of hard drives and then re-add it once the system is in place.

I was looking at this
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But thats clearly too expensive as I just need to back up 5 hard drives (750GB/each) and just need to do it one time. Anyone have any suggestions to this or how should I go about doing it. It doesnt have to be right away but its good to know my options.

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The dns A-record constantly points at host 1 (IP 111.111.111.111); in case that host fails, I manually switch the dns A-record to host 2 (IP 222.222.222.222).

Being dedicated IPs, I can simply type them in my browser's address window, and I see the index page of my website.

So, in fact, my site can be accessed via 3 urls: my_site.com, 111.111.111.111 and 222.222.222.222.

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I was in the market for a new dedicated server after a couple of years with my previous provider. The previous provider did nothing wrong but they were no longer competitive when it came to CPU and memory.

I moved first to geekrack. And I left them after a week and a half as they never were able to get my rDNS records setup.

I found Universal Hosts on this forum and gave them a shot. I had asked for an operating system that they didn't offer normally (Debian 64 bit) and they said that they could do it. However, when my server was setup it was 32 bit Debian instead. They apologized and had Debian 64 bit setup less than 24 hours later.

When I asked them to get rDNS records setup it took a few hours but they were setup correctly and they worked.

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Code:
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Our page rank has stayed at PR2 for over 2 years.

Now - We have moved to a cms that has a blog included and wish to start blogging on that platform (fresh new regular content).

We cannot transfer all the posts to the new platform and why would we as it is duplicate content.

Problems if we change the subdomain to the new blog we will generate about 110 pages of 404 errors as all the pages are indexed from the old blog.

if we leave the subdomain as is we can htaccess all the old urls to the front page of the new blog (we do not know the .htaccess syntaxt to do this so any ideas)
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