i have already transfered a site from another server to my server !
this website using PHP5 and they asked me to enable register_global
but i don`t know how to active register_global when PHP5 set as CGI
value will not be accepted when PHP5 set as CGI : php_flag register_globals 1
* i think the last server used Suphp ( i found some files like : php.ini in FTP)
to repair the databases. Worked, but give me the error
"Table 'aps_resource' doesn't exist"
One more time, i recover this table from the newest backup existing. But now, give the error " Can not find registry resource for Application ID" for one domain - I have 3 domains, 2 are working, one not.
Looking for quick, easy global load balancing solution. This is actually for a temporary situation (we need to move to a new DC and need to make this seamless as possible). Linux solution preferred if possible. What can we use to get this achieved?
How exactly does it work? does it need VPN between locations or is client redirected to a different IP somehow?
We would consider dedicated hardware solutions provided that we can get 2 pieces for under $2,000 total (ebay i guess).
We currently take transit from Level3 and Tiscali in addition to peering at LINX in the UK. We reaching capacity on our 100Mbps connection to Level3 which we take through a Reseller. I plan to keep our Tiscali transit as we receive great routes to Europe.
I have received quotes for increasing our Level3 to 1Gbps with 100 Mbps CDR and also switching to Global Crossing direct which are I think are fairly competitive at ~ £12 per Mbps?
Does any one have direct experience with either of these two providers in the UK and can recommend who has the best support/routes etc? Additionally I see a number of other UK providers are using Telia and NTT. Having had no experience with Telia or NTT I am unsure if they are in the same league as Global Crossing and Level3. Also are there any other Tier 1's we should be looking at?
It seems the more places we can put servers, the more places boss-man wants them
We're setting up an external network to test back into our network from geographically/carrier diverse locations. We've got about 15 hosts up, but most are in the states, one in london, one in amsterdam, one in frankfurt and one in hong kong.
The current wish list of locations includes -
- Japan - S. Korea - Australia (holy cow bw is expensive in sydney! is anyone charging less than $500 per Mb?) - Paris, France (we have one quote in, but it is pretty pricy) - Italy - Spain - Sweden
I'm doing research and have submitted rfq's to companies in most of these locations, but was hoping for personal recommendations of hosts you have used.
Is anyone here running GFS? The responsibility of managing a small cluster of them is about to fall into my lap, and the only documentation I can find is on Wikipedia, which is troubling. I've got the man pages, but I was hoping for more of a document outlining how it works.
Why would lock_dlm2 or gfs_scand take up close to 100% CPU with minimal traffic on the machine, for example? What do those do? How can I tune it to not do that?
I'm not so much looking for specific answers here about tuning, but am more curious about where I should be looking for documentation. I find it hard to believe that there is none?
I'm doing a bit of research into the market of Global Server Load Balancing and I'm wondering if anyone knows of any web hosting companies that offer this service. I'm looking for companies large and small that have this service.
I've recently upgraded from Shared hosting to a VPS. I'm currently getting my new VPS setup before migrating my site over. On my shared server, both the global and local safe_mode directives were reported as off by php_infO(). On ym new server, the global is reported as off, but local is reported as on.
On my old server, the PHP was version 4.4.9 running as a CGI. On my new server, PHP 5.1.6 is running as an Apache 2.0 Handler.
I have already set safe_mode to off in my global php.ini file (hence why global is reported by off). However, I have no local php.ini files, htaccess files, or php directive settings in place, so I cannot figure out why local is set to on!
I've tried editing httpd.conf to include "php_admin_flag safe_mode Off", though I'm not certain I put it in the right place. There is only one website on this server.
With the CGI php on my old server, I was able to create a local php.ini file to overwrite global directives, but that seems to have no effect with the Apache Handler on my new server.
Thought this might be of interest to folks on WHT. We put together a solution using Nginx ( Engine-X ) to do Global Server Load Balancing. This solution lets you do GSLB without having to fork over $26k per site to F5 or Foundry.
Thought it would be of interest to both end-users as well as dedicated hosting providers who might want to make it into a service (eg. sell a dedicated host in Europe and the US as a group, with the solution pre-installed).
The entire project, including relavent configs is available for download in the latest ( issue 6 ) FREE issue of o3 magazine (o3magazine.com)
Arbor Networks, Merit Network and U. Michigan to present a 2 year study of global internet traffic at NANOG 47. Sounds like it should be interesting to hear. Anyone going?
From the one page brief:
"Evolution of the Internet Core: Over the last five years, Internet traffic has migrated away from the traditional Internet core of 10 to 12 Tier-1 international transit providers. Today, the majority of Internet traffic by volume flows directly between large content providers, datacenter / CDNs and consumer networks. Consequently, most Tier-1 networks have evolved their business models away from IP wholesale transit to focus on broader cloud / enterprise services, content hosting and VPNs."
I am just wondering if the Global financial crisis has any negative impacts on hosting providers and IT sector? Do the crisis consequences lead to hosting sales decrease? How does the World hosting industry experience financial crisis? How can hosting business owners comment the current situation in the World?
is there a way to set global php values settings for all Domains in Plesk 12. In the older version of Plesk I can do it by linux in /etc/php.ini and restart the apache and all Domains will be load this configuration. But from Plesk 11 the settings are not loading from /etc/php.ini, only by the own php.ini file.How can I do it for all domains?
I am currently with a smaller US-provider where I am running a dedicated gentoo server with a dozen domains (all small stuff, mostly sme/private websites) and 2 dozen email accounts.
The nice thing about the current provider is that he lets me run sub-accounts where the holders of those accounts have their own billing. I let them run a domain/website on my server since its no extra cost for them, but they pay for the domain and extra email space for example w/o me having to care for it. They basically offer a minimum package and add every single thing on top of it, which I like since I do not need any webpage builders, templates whatever else. I rather only pay what I take.
Basically I am happy except for the connection speed, specially for the email. I am in Asia and other people using this server from Europe, and the time it takes to connect, up/download data to the server and to download larger emails is simply out of the normal.
any recommendations there? I am currently paying 75 USD/Mo + domain names. I think this is also a bit on the high side given that the server hardware is a bit out of date by now.
I am looking at the minimum to relocate only the email hosting to some faster service, which would have to have a reasonable storage size (>= gmail) with POP/IMAP access and of course to use my own domain names.