Does anyone know if the VPS tutorial thread (the one that told you exactly how to do everything) was distributed anywhere else apart from WHT? Because of the recent site problems, that thread was one of the lost ones.
Ive looked for a long time now trying to find the perfect tutorial to migrate my clients (on cPanel) to my VPS without downtime. Every tutorial i found doesnt tell you how to make it so you dont have any downtime at all.
I know you can point the DNS from the old server to the new server by editing it through cpanel but i have more than 100 clients and it would be DAMN annoying to edit every single one of them one by one. Is there a faster way? Anyone have a tutorial that i can follow?
I'd like to have the ability to offer hosting in two geographical and network diverse locations for both Apache and MySQL. Two entirely different instances, with different everything. ie: high avail to the max. Obviously the MySQL part is harder due to the dynamic nature.
I can appreciate the technical aspects of the question - such as data needing to replicate to 2 locations, dealing with static versus dynamic data, etc. In short, there's a few ways this could be done.
I've not been able to find a guide in my Google searches, but I'm sure this is something that has been setup before.
If you're someone with experience in having had set this up, perhaps it would be easiest if we just speak directly and work something out, either via payment or giving you a dedicated server on my network. My AIM name is IGSOBEHELPER.
Please note that I am hoping to start a technical discussion about this, hence I am not posting the message in the employment section. I hope this is not off topic because of this.
Is there a Windows GUI software for remote Admining servers that run on Red Hat Linux?
FYI: Currently I use Putty for remotely managing our servers.
So if you can recommend a GUI like Windows desktop software for remotely Admining servers running Red Hat Enterprise, I would very much appreciate that.
FYI: we have like 10 dedicated severs, so a desktop GUI that would allow one to monitor/manage multiple servers would be best. But if the GUI that you think is best can only remotely connect/manage one server at a time, requiring disconnecting to connect to the other server to Admin it, that is fine.
Also, I would love to hear what you think is the best book, best tutorial and reference guide for remotely Admining servers running RHEL? I am not looking for one of those books that are 1000 pages, but something that is a few 100 pages and can be read in 1 month assuming a few hours per day of reading.
I'm curious. I have read some stuff recently about Amazon, Mosso and other clouds. I know Mosso has switched over to a request based pricing model and I realized that I am not sure exactly what a 'request' is.
I think that a hit, as tallied by AWStats, Webalizer, etc. would be the same thing as a request, but I wasn't 100% sure if that was the case with Mosso. I actually contacted Mosso support (someone I know is considering using them) to ask them for clarification on a request. They stated that a page with two images would be three requests, one for each image and one for the page itself. I asked if it was the same as 'hits' and they said no, it isn't. This didn't sound right to me, because my understanding of 'hits' is the same as how he described 'requests'.
So, I figured I would just ask the experts on WHT.
I couldnt find my past forum post regarding a good service from LA to Australia. Mainly, Im looking for a LA service which will provide me with super times to melbourne australia. I need a company which is small and that can provide me with fast support and great speeds.
After signing up with zone, setup was delayed but support staff added 5 Gigs of storage to compensate. Thank you for that.
After almost 4 weeks of back and forth with support (we have the managed package), we are still not able to get emails delivered to Hotmail's Inbox. Sean & team have tried a few tweaks but email is still not getting through but end up in the junk folder.
At this point, the VPS is of no use to us since we cannot get emails delivered to Hotmail's Inbox (and many members have registered for newsletters using a Hotmail account).
I understand that Zone is to supply a fully managed VPS and they have. Everything works except getting emails through to Hotmail. We have left voicemails and support tickets to Sean (and billing) asking to see if they can make an exception for our special case and do a pro-rated refund for us (there are 5 months left and the first month was all trying to get the Hotmail issue resolved). But voicemails and support tickets have gone unanswered for a few days. Anyone else seeing this delay in reply from the Zone?
when i check apache status, i see one domain send many request to server, for example: domain.com 10.20.30.40 domain.com 10.20.30.40 domain.com 10.20.30.40 domain.com 10.20.30.40 domain.com 10.20.30.40 - - - how can i prevent this problem? this problem tease me and my server, because induce apache to work unremitting. Ram Usage is: 65%!
I have an somewhat unusual requirement. I need a hosted Vista or XP desktop somewhere.
This is not to host a server application. The reason I need it is that I need to give my staff access to an application that only runs on an XP or vista desktop environment, and I dont want the software in question installed on their pc, instead they will log on via remote desktop and use it that way. The application does *not* run on Win Server 2003.
I have looked high and low, but all the Windows VPS services on the market seem to be hosting Win Server 2003 exclusively, which is no use to me. Does anyone out there know if it is possible to get hosted XP or Vista anywhere?
I am aware that there are a couple of providers who will host a vmware vm for you but even they seem to be oriented towards Win Server, which is no use to me.