I run a site that does a lot of transfers AND uses a lot of CPU resources. I think I would like to get two different hosting plans to deal with these different patterns of usage, but where can I find a good host offering lots of bandwidth that is content to have it actually used? I've been with DreamHost for a while but they don't allow "data archiving" or whatever (and I have arguments against their claims but it's neither here nor there). So, really, where the heck can a guy find a good host offering plenty of space and bandwidth? Keep in mind I need pretty much no CPU power with such a plan; the web server can be stone cold stupid for all I care, as I can just get a VPS to run the CPU-intensive part of my site!
I'm picking up a client who is a video production company and hosts a lot of their work for their clients on the web. They have two sites right now for two different branches of what they do, but they are beginning to scale up a bit and want to switch from a local ISP hosting package to something more commercial. I like the idea of a VPS, but their current budget is rather low. Because of that, I am a bit attracted to hosting packages from site5 and dreamhost (both of which I've heard good and bad things about).
Ideally, I would be looking for a VPS along the lines of:
50-75GB disk space 256-512MB RAM 750GB-1TB Bandwidth Linux OS with Shell Access cPanel or Plesk Control panel
It'd be nice to keep their budget around $50/mo, but I know that might be asking a lot. They have two websites currently for their production needs. What would be the advantages of a VPS over multiple hosting accounts at Site5 ($7.50/mo) or Dreamhost ($6/mo)?
I run several sites and all of them are hosted at invision. The main reason for having my sites hosted there is that my sites are "forum centered" and I'm very happy with the service that I have got over the last few years from them, so I don't want to change that.
However, I now wish to expand and provide my users with a file repository. The problem is, whilst hosting my sites at invision is fine, hosting my files there would be quite expensive...
Thus, I'm now looking for a host to host my files and nothing else. (I run chess sites, so I'll be providing my users with files and possibly a gallery. All legal material, of course).
I don't need any download manager or anything of the kind. Invision forums actually has its own download manager, and I can have my files hosted externally (i.e. other than on my site).
Thus, I'm looking for a host that offers specific packages for what I am looking for - I would not need scripting or any 'fancy' features, just file storage with FTP access.
How much space? around 1 GB, possibly 2 in the future, maybe 3 or 4 if I add the gallery one day. And bandwidth, as people will be downloading files from my site.
I've been looking around, but it's just so difficult: they all offer webhosting services for people who need to have their sites hosted, etc. and that's not what I need.
I don't have any fixed budgets, my focus will be on price, speed and reliability. Preferably a hosting company which has been around for a while and has good reviews.
how can i do a search for all files (probs using regex) of files consisting purely of numbers?
for e.g. find:
53243.php 24353.php 24098.php
(always have 5 numbers).
seems one of my accounts has had some script run which generated a bunch of these in various subfolders, and the php file basically does a callback to www3.rssnews.ws and www3.xmldata.info, which seem to be some sort of spyware servers.
Rapidly growing error logs showing the same message
$ug-non-zts-20020429/ffmpeg.so' - /usr/local/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20020429//usr/local/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20020429/ffmpeg.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory in Unknown on line 0
root@server [~]# ls /usr/local/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20020429 ./ ../ eaccelerator.so* root@server [~]# ls /usr/local/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20020429 ./ ../ eaccelerator.so*
I'd like to put up here a base question which I hope some will have the goodwill to answer even though it might touch some business secrecies.
We're a gameserver hoster since around ten years, running also vserver products since over two years now. Renting a few Racks in Europe since some time we're a bit in a question mark how rootserver companies deal with the initial hardware costs for every new customer.
Rackspace and today specially power costs are huge cash eaters here in Europe. Dedicated Rootservers are huge space & power consumers per customer ratio. The initial Hw costs for every new rootserver customer might be covered after 4-6 months (if the machine has to be bought newly), adding the bandwidth and power costs it might take up to 8-9 months until a benefit might come in.
Is this the business normality in the rootserver market (waiting 9 months for any benefit, or counting only on the benefit of the 2nd customer using the older Hw), or are the better ways to handle those "initial" costs or keep them affordably low?
In My server i Can see lotz of /usr/local/apache/bin/httpd -k start -DSSL Process also some time it lead to crash of my server,is this caused to improper httpd.con file iam have 200-250 online users here i will give my apachi cofig file
Top Process %CPU 98.9 ./dialog --clear --backtitle Zend Optimizer Installation --title Zend Optimizer 3.2.2 --msgbox ?Welcome to the Zend Optimizer 3.2.2 Installation!??For more information regarding this procedure, please see the?Zend Optimizer Installation Guide.? 0 0
Top Process %CPU 98.8 ./dialog --clear --backtitle Zend Optimizer Installation --title Zend Optimizer 3.2.2 --msgbox ?Welcome to the Zend Optimizer 3.2.2 Installation!??For more information regarding this procedure, please see the?Zend Optimizer Installation Guide.? 0 0