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 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 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 have windows servers that I'll be co-locating very soon. I have purchased a Dell 2161ds-2 and an APC remote boot power strip. Could someone please tell me the best way to secure remote access to these products. Do I put them on public IP's and allow them through the firewall or do I put them behind the firewall and access them after I authenticate through the firewall.
I'm configuring a website for a client who has moved their web hosting to downtownhost, but is keeping their email hosting with their current provider. They do not want to configure an MX entry on DTH to autoforward email back to their current provider because they don't want their email to pass through DTH.
In order to do this, do I keep the nameserver entries on the current provider the same, and configure an http redirect to point to DTH? Or is there something else I should configure on the current provider?
I was with Blue Host and their support and service was pretty bad. Servers going down all the time, and chat support was terrible. Then I moved to Host Monster and received the same kind of service/support. I later then figured out that Blue Host and Host Monster is runned by the same people. For example, I opened up a tech support ticket with Host Monster and then they replied signing their signature with Blue Host. So I got the same service: terrible tech support and servers kept going down. Now I'm looking for a new web hosting. I a few people here gave Host Gator some good reviews. I hope Host Gator is not run be the same people that runs Blue Host and Host Monster.
with this being my first website goddady's website tonight or there blog site plan seem pretty good as I do not know how to build a professional looking website nor do I have a knowledge of HTML. Are there other hosts that offer better services such as these?
Also I would want to register with 1&1 as to register privately is free but with godaddy it costs around $15 and I've heard of godaddy stealing persons domains when they haven't even expired yet i.e. familyAlbum.com?
Is it allowed for instance to register my domain name with 1&1 and host my site with godaddy?
If you had to chose either Host Gator or Hawk Host which would you go with and why? Don't bring any other hosts into consideration just compare these two. This would be for a standard website, forum, and a few downloads if it makes a difference...nothing too fancy.
I have just made a personal website using photoshop, html, css and php. My site contains an index page, a gallery page with 8 photos, a contact page with a form and an extra page with some quotes. I am planning to use a paid host for the first time. Based on feedbacks from some of my sitepoint friends, I decided to go in for shared hosting. I thought of using Hostdogs.com as they have the option of a monthly billing cycle. I thought that I have the option of changing my host after a month if I am not happy with them. I have also read a lot about Hostgator.com. A lot of sitepoint members seem hooked to it.
1. Can anyone give an opinion as to which host I should go in for? Hostdogs also give a free domain. Is there any reason I should go in for Hostgator instead of Hostdogs?
2. One more question, I have heard that once I have a site running, I can earn money through the advertisements placed on it? How do I place advertisements on my site?
3. One last and very important question is whether it is right to go in for shared hosting at this point of time. I just read this
When you look for a suitable host, be sure to check out the amount of bandwidth that will be available to your site. Even a site that doesn't require a great deal of data transfer per month could run slowly if you're hosted on a shared server; particularly if you are on the same server as a more popular or bandwidth-intensive site. The more sites hosted on a server, the more likely they are to compete with each other for available resources, including bandwidth. This is why you may notice a reduction in server response times during busy periods, or during a sudden peak in traffic at a busier site on a server that you share.
This made me wonder whether I should go in for shared hosting. But then mine is a personal home page which may not have so much of traffic.
4. What does the paragraph below mean? How does one handle ones registration manually?
Self-Management (no cost) Select this option if you prefer to handle your registration manually.Your web host can establish service with any Top-Level Domain (TLD), international or domestic.
I will be setting up a site which uses ASP.NET 1.1. I know versions 3.0/3.5 are available, but they are not yet V2.0 compliant. Anyway thst is not the issue - just context.
Would like your advice as to whether it would be better to host this site with a company who looks as though they are specialising in ASP; such as DiscountASP, or Softsyhosting, or go with a general Windows hoster such as Steadfast, Fluidhosting, or 3Essentials?
I know nothing about ASP, so I don't know whether it is not at all neccessary to have a host specifically knowledgable about it, as I am unlikely to ever have problems with it, OR; I will most certainly have to address ASP issues sometime, so it would be essential to have support who really knows ASP.
I am looking for options to use for remote KVM. I have great local KVM that are multi user that are paid for. I need to get something that works well with them for remote access. I have tried the Belkin remote boxes and the scree quality was bad and was not happy with it.
I've just noticed that many people may have a free remote cron facility without realising it.
If you have any domains registered with Godaddy, you get free web space that includes a cron facility. It only runs every half hour, but you could set six jobs at 5 min intervals to get an effective 5-minute poll, which is good enough for many purposes. You could use it to check uptime on another site, for example. Has anyone tried this?
I just want to know what is the best way to run a hosting solution remotely. I.E have OS re-installed without having someone to do this for us in the DC for example? I've heard KVM over IP but unsure to where that would lead us.
I have a linux dedicated server and use BMU (BackMeUp) for create cpanel full backup. But this cant create remote backup for me. BMU use "ncftp" for this. and i see following error about this problem:
Time: Fri May 16 03:38:17 2008
The following list of files have FAILED the md5sum comparision test. This means that the file has been changed in some way. This could be a result of an OS update or application upgrade. If the change is unexpected it should be investigated:
/usr/local/bin/ncftp: FAILED So, im install "ncftp" manually, but issue not resolved and i havent remote ftp backup too!