I've seen this mentioned before, that you can run SQL on a separate server and lot of people do it for SQL heavy applications.
Only thing I wonder, how well does it work bandwidth wise? Is there a noticeable slowdown in query speed? What about bandwidth cost, does it use a lot, enough to run over a typical dedicated server monthly limit?
Also what about security, are queries/username/password sent out in clear text?
my site is working fine for somedays and suddenly its stoped and hanged and also my PPP is not working , and file manager in PPP its give me this error VZAgent returns error #422: "Cannot initialize connection to remote host" and the suppord admin said I have problem in failcnt
I tried adding an apache service node to PPA Admin Node.
I referred to the specs at [URL] ....
Specifications of the Apache server node are:
RHEL 6.4 64bit RAM 3GB CPU 2.5GHz Free Space 18GB Ports Opened: 80, 443: HTTP, HTTPS 8352-8999: Communication between a service node and PPA panels 22: Communication through SSH 20, 21: FTP connections
But when I tried adding it as a service node, PPA says The Linux platform installed on the remote host 'xx.xx.xx.xx' is not supported. Please, check the list of supported platforms.
My customer has an external facing Apache server that is acting as a reverse proxy to two internal applications. They have:
- external addresses for each app which resolve to different ip addresses, so app1.their_domain.com and app2.their_domain.com resolve to 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52 respectively. - the Apache server has two network interfaces with ip addresses 192.168.10.10 and 192.168.10.11 - the external ip addresses resolve to the above internal addresses - the firewall between the Apache server and the internal app servers is configured to allow traffic from 192.168.10.10 to reach app_server1, and traffic from 192.168.10.11 to reach app_server2, both using port 7777.
I have configured a virtual host in httpd.conf for each ip, i.e.
This works fine in that the external address are being routed to the correct application, however the firewall is blocking requests to the second app as it appears the requests are coming from the Apache servers 'primary' ip address 192.168.10.10 instead of 192.168.10.11.
Is it possible to send requests using the ip address from the relevant VirtualHost?
I am trying to edit my database parameters by editing my /etc/my.cnf file. However I am new to SSH and can't seem to get this working. The parameter I wants to change in /etc/my.cnf file are as follows max_connections 600
I uploaded a joomla template and now need to edit the css file. But it says it is unwritable. Earlier, I had a problem editing an image. My host said, "Since these files were created the webserver, you didnt have ownership to change these files."
So perhaps the same happened with the css file? What do you think?
I have a few customers that want to manage their own content. I don't think a CMS is the way to go (learning curve is too great) so I was wondering if anyone knew of a website software similar to Site Builder (but not Site Builder) that will allow a customer to edit their own content? Or maybe suggest an easy to use CMS~
root@host# free total used free shared buffers cached Mem: 4016936 2598976 1417960 0 138424 1558652 -/+ buffers/cache: 901900 3115036 Swap: 5275640 0 5275640 Eventually, the cache reaches 2600000 and i would like to keep the cache smaller so that the free RAM is always steady around 500k for when a lot of traffic comes through.
linux hosting. Basically i want to edit php.ini inside my dedicated box to include
Code: disable_functions = show_source, system, shell_exec, passthru, exec, phpinfo, popen, proc_open, base64_decode, base64_encodem, proc_terminate but how can i edit php.ini? I know where my php.ini and I have root access.
One of our servers was incorrectly set up before migration occurred. Now the ns records are incorrect on many domains' zone files. Does anyone have or want to let me hire you to write a script to change all the ns records and that are currently ns1.something to dns1.something. It can't be for every domain on the server, just the ones pointing to the incorrect ns, as some of them are correct. Linux server.
batch edit of the name servers in every DNS Zone for every domain on one of my cPanel/WHM boxes. Rather than using WHM to manually modify the NS entries, I would like to find a way to do a batch or mass edit.
I simply need to change all instances of NS1 to NS3 and NS2 to NS4.
I was told a simple one line sed script should do the trick on /var/named but alas, I am woefully incapable of writing such a script.
Does anyone have any ideas? With over 200 domains on this box I'd hate to think this will have to be done manually.
I currently am running on a VPS and I'm trying to edit the max size a user can upload through phpMyAdmin. I have tried editing the php.ini file located at /etc/php.ini to find it wasn't the right file.
Where do I need to go via SSH to edit the proper file?