i am currently with a host, hosting my important sites. I am now going to purchase some space from another host purely for storage purposes and bandwidth usage as they are within my budget.
Now i have my primary domain with my main host, and i would like to have a script or link from my current host which leads onto my 2nd host for users to upload their images or files. Now i have a problem, the second host that i will have will not have a registered domain attached to it, but rather it will be just storage.
I would prefer to have a subdomain from my primary host pointing to my second host. The problem is where will the subdomain point to? Or will it even work that way without having to purchase another domain?
if there are any hosts you would recommend working with for hosting a DB app (MySQL or SQL Server is fine). The trick with many hosts is that the database is not made directly available to remote clients due to security reasons. What I'd like to do is provide the DB hosting for a client/server application we are developing. For many of these users, setting up and managing a database will be too complex, so I'd like to provide the hosting for them.
Additionally, we'll be starting small and will need room to grow -- probably up to fully dedicated hosting.
So -- any good experiences out there with this kind of hosting? It goes far beyond the usual specs of bandwidth, disk space, etc. into needing low server densities, high availability of the DB service, and most importantly, no plans to block remote access to DBs in the future...
I just purchased a new server with 4 hotswap HDD of 250GB each and reload with new CentOS 5 without any host control panel.
The purpose is to backup all my other Cpanel servers data remotely. All my Cpanel servers are fully managed servers. This is the first time i'm going to do all things by myself, so I'm really a newbie. Please don't advise me to hire a server admin because I end up learning nothing I need to learn..
1. My first step now is to secure & harden the server.
- Can anyone mind to share with me valueable knowledge of basic server security & hardening? I was also thinking to use sudo root password which my serveradmin actually did but I don't know how. But su - access level would be OK too.
- I also need to install firewall and close all kind of port and block all SSH connection from all kind of IP except my server & my own IP address only. Can anyone provide me a guide?
2. Secondly what I need is to install FTPd and create user for each hard drive with 2 directory inside. /sda/server1/ /sda/server2/ /sdb/server3/ /sdb/server4/ /sdc/server5/ (reserved for future server) /sdc/server6/ (reserved for future server) /sdd/server7/ (reserved for future server) /sdd/server8/ (reserved for future server)
Does anyone knows where to find documentation how do install ftpd and how to setup user pointed to the specific directory.
I got a new server and at present it is not allowing resume of disconnected uploads. I remember on my last server I have to add a line on a config file to enable this but for the life of me I cannot remember.
When i try to upload a image files to the linux based shared hosting server application with java and .Jsp files
(using apache common file upload) the following exception is getting...! java.security.AccessControlException: access denied (java.io.FilePermission /var/chroot/home/content/h/e/r/heritageameric/html/heritageshopping/abc.txt write)
Hosting people suggesting me that i need .htaccess file to solve and get write permission..!
But iam completely new to this .htaccess file concept..!
I'm having a problem with Plesk Panel 11.0.9 update #64. All other page running perfect. But when I go to "Backup Manager --> Database Backup Repository --> Upload Backup File" then Plesk Panel show error: Internal Server Error 500.0.
We need to upload to a virtual server (managed with Plesk 11.5) a Wordpress site developed locally. We made this operations without problems many times on other hostings managed with custom panels, non-Plesk.
On the virtual server with Plesk, however, once the files are uploaded via FTP, the database via phpMyAdmin and updated the Wordpress configuration file, when you go to visit the website, it does not display anything and the browser opens the download window for a text file called "download" that contains the code of the file index.php of WordPress.
i am trying to setup a remote sql server , the web server which runs everything but sql is cpanel/WHM and the SQL server is Centos 5. I have installed mysql on the SQL server and it is running.
When i put the information in cpanel for remote sql setup it comes up with an error of :
usr/bin/mysqladmin: connect to server at 'IP Address' failed error: 'Host 'hostname' is not allowed to connect to this MySQL server' mysql has failed, please contact the sysadmin (result was "mysql has failed").
Is there something i have to enter in the remote sql server to allow the IP address of the cpanel server to be able to connect to the SQL server?.
I would like to setup my server to allow remote access from home. It's on an office network which is separated from the WAN by a router. So long as I'm on this network, I can access the server from any computer connected to it. I enter the https URL of my server through IE and it brings me to the helm interface (the one that comes with Windows Server 2003). I can click on Maintenance and then on Remote Desktop, and it opens a new window with the server's desktop displayed.
If I'm somewhere other than the office network, I can't access it. IE gives me a "can't find webpage" message (or something along those lines). How do I setup my server to access it from outside the office network. I'd prefer to have a similar graphical interface as Remote Desktop.
I see option to setup remote Mysql server in WHTM but wonder can i connect 2 servers through private network then fill in Remote server address something like 192.168.1.2. If it is possible it would save me a lot of bandwidth for both servers.
A client has told me that his brother wants to put the company email on a remote server through Google. Currently the email goes via the hosting company.
He has asked me to send his brother the username and password for "updating domain information" so he can demonstrate what he is suggesting.
I am not really sure what he wants (as I always set up email via the hosting company and am not familiar with any other way): domain details or hosting company details with the email passwords etc? If the latter, I am not too happy about giving him access to all the website files that I am responsible for.
I am hoping to find a dedicated server with the following specs or similar...
Processor: 3.00GHz or 1.8GHz Dual Core RAM: 1-3GB Hard Drive: 20-50GB (Yes, I realize most dedicated servers don't have drives this small.) Windows preferable Remote Desktop Access 30 GB Bandwidth
I plan to use this for running autoclickers and that sort of thing so that I don't need to worry about them on my PC. If anyone has any suggestions, please let me know! I realize this is an odd request.
to install a server for data sharing. My user want a Windows server with remote desktop to write, edit and share document.
The server will host 5 users. one admin and 4 users. each user will have there own account and folder. The user will update word files and save it directly on the server. The admin will have access to each directory (like a fileserver).
I want your recommandation for the share, the OS and the upgradability