Can anyone recommend a decent VPS place, need atleast decent ram for apache, mysql, xcache, php, 200 - 400 BW, for hosting about 2 websites. (need them on a separate machine from my others). Good connectivity matters since our users will be mainly from all over euorpe, USA and Russia and former Russian region.
I have Debian Etch 4.0 and am intending to run a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP) installation on Debian.
I have setup AMP on windows boxes to run successfully. I have very good microsoft O/S skills but have vague skills around Linux which I need to learn quickly for my job. First of all I need to setup a LAMP installation so does anyone have a recommendation of a simple and easy LAMP installation step-by-step solution for me?
I have recently purchased a GoDaddy Virtual Server running Fedora 7, with the Plesk Control Panel 8.3 installed - if I had remembered this site then I probably wouldn't have chosed GoDaddy, however my colleague runs a GoDaddy server and it works like a dream. I have only one domain on the site, running Boonex Dolphin 6.1. The site however runs EXCEPTIONALLY slow.
I have spoken with many friends that use Dolphin and they have no major issues. I also did a search on Google and found that there appear to be no major speed issues with Dolphin.
The site I am running is http://www.tkd-web.com
I wondered if some of you guys could take a look and let me know if it looks like a hosting issue or a scripting issue. Or what information do you need to know to find out the answer to this problem.
I would be really grateful to anyone that can even point me in the right direction, as I don't want to go off and start shouting the odds about GoDaddy etc, I just want to find the most effective solution to my issue.
I'm interested in having an unmanaged VPS with Ubuntu 7.1 or 8.04 installed (or available to Rebuild under the HyperVM) from the state of Missouri (should have at least some IPs already available from the region).
I am currently with a company operating out of the Netherlands, however for what I am spending I do not feel I am receiving timely responses to support tickets (I'm talking days with no reply, at all). So, I am looking to switch. My current budget is around $300 USD/mo, however, I can spend more if the deal is right.
I need a host that is not easily scared off by American DMCA take-down notices. Please understand, nothing I do is illegal. In fact, to be blunt, I write software for online games and charge a fee to users who wish to access my software. I was using dedicated hosts within the United States to satisfy my customer base, however, one particular company, Nexon America (just one of the companies whose online games I develop software for) more or less got me dropped by every host I went to. I host absolutely no copyrighted files of any kind, images, textual, video, or binary.
I currently colocated at Chicago FDC Servers, OUTSTANDING BY THE WAY! Cheap too! But that is not my area of concern, since I already have a colocation, I was wondering if people could give me ideas what to do with it. I colocated because I found them, they offered me an affordable colocation.
I do not wish to host STEAM GAME SERVERs like counter strike.
If I had a ventrilo license, I could host a huge ventrilo, but I do not. Teamspeak is out of the question.
my /var is full any idea what to delete root@host [/var]# du -sh * 12K account 16K aquota.user 13M cache 188M cpanel 28K db 32K empty 8.0K games 73M lib 8.0K local 32K lock 35M log 16K lost+found 4.0K mail 7.5G named 8.0K nis 8.0K opt 4.0K portsentry 8.0K preserve 92K profiles 12K quota.user 8.0K racoon 900K run 6.5M spool 8.7M tmp 24K yp root@host [/var]# --- even i can move named folder if some one guide how to move and change the path in conf because i dont no the location of conf files etc
I have a website related to my business, i want to host it on the internet. But i do not know which web hosting to follow. I want great security to my data. Please tell me Which web hosting is best whether Windows web hosting or Linux web hosting?
I have purchased a new server with a company that has very little support (but they are great for reasons that matters). I need help from experts here to answer the following question
We do not offer Plesk or cPanel.
Which Linux do you want installed on the server ?
I plan to install Joomla and AmemberPro software on this server
Joomla Requirements: "Basically any Linux distribution will be fine, but for Security and Stability Debian, for useability and ease of maintenance Fedora/CentOS"
AmemberPro Requirements * PHP version 4.1.0 or newer; * MySQL version 3.23 or newer; * Apache WebServer (it usually only installed on Unix hostings, and almost never on Windows); * Ability to run one ionCube Loader or Zend Optimizer.
I have been trying to compare Red Hat to SUSE Linux, and can't really come to a definitive solution. I can't seem to find anyone that uses SUSE (Well, hardly anyway), but I found out that they have over double to market share that Red Hat has so somebody is definitely using them. I also noticed that SUSE is cheaper too.
Based on your experiences, what are some of the pros / cons both ways? Who offers better product training (I wan't to get certified directly)? Who has better product support? Is AppArmor better than SELinux?
By the way, I am only looking for commercial linux distributions. Specifically companies that offer product training.