Visitors in some countries have problem in my site speed, ISP of this countries told them use proxy in Internet explorer to optimize site speed. and they said if you need site working fine without proxy you should clear IP. what's clear IP mean?
I just bought a hosting on one of the American servers providers, so I am interested how fast my site loads at different locations around the world. Mainly I am interested in US, Europe and Australia. I am from Europe but, my connection is not so great I want you input on how fast does it load on your end, and maybe how high ping is from your provider.
I hope there are some people who want to help me. I want post a link here because then people will complaint that I am advertising the site...
So if it is not a problem just post a message on this topic and I will send you a link true private message.
I currently have a proxy site that I wanted to move to a VPS. I need a company that will allow me to run a proxy on their VPS servers as well as a company that will give me a great low monthly price. I want it to be less then $40.00 but even thats sort of pushing it. I'd like it some where more around $20-30 a month. I defintely need great uptime and support. Also i'm looking to have cPanel on the VPS as well. Any ideas or suggestions on who to go with? The sites aren't too big but im on a shared host which claims that they have no problem with proxy sites but once it gets bigger i fear they are going to shut me down.
I have a website on bluehost and i have a major problem in downloading speed from my site. for ex. if you went to any game page on my site "that download the game to play" the download time for the game "flash file" take DOUBLE the normal time.
I am on shared hosting, i know it may be less perfect but not to that level of slowness.
I have no errors in the log file .
When i searched for the server i found it has 1260 web sites.
My site www.samargames.com and you may check for game page.
how to solve the slow of downloading the flash files from my BH account.
I run an online flash game website, which gets between 20000-40000 unique visitors per day. The website basically just hosts flash games which I upload myself. I have no forum, do not run any databases or have any major scripts running or anything; the site is just plain html and php includes (with images and flash [.swf] files also)
I currently have 512MB of RAM on my VPS. If I decide to upgrade to a similar plan on a Dedicated Server, but instead with either 1GB or 2GB of RAM, would that make my website faster, particularly loading time? (As some games are 5 to 10 MB in size).
I plan on purchasing a dedicated server to run a few proxy sites. However, i don't have a lot of Linux skills to administrate my own server. But i've always been able to figure stuff out so i feel pretty confident that i can get it going on my own. Anyways, My original idea was to use cPanel to run the web server for the proxy sites however i feel that using cpanel is not a great idea since i also wanted to maximize my servers performance and i hear cPanel can take heavy resources. So anyways, I just wanted to know what some other people here might think and if possible any recommended guides on setting up a linux webserver would also be appreciated as well.
I moved from shared host to VPS a few days back. Since the move, the site becomes slow during particular time of the day. It appeared to be an issue of cron run by their another client and after promising that they would move that client to another node (I have spent more than 25 days to follow up on this till now) they backed off from their words but informed me about an alternative. Now, they say that the cron of that client was executing many scripts and they have spaced those scripts.
I am looking for a long-term host and was wondering:
1. VPS provides a minimum guaranteed stuff so what is the use of that guarantee if one client can make the server crawl (imagine 5 minutes or more to open a site).
2. Can a host be trusted who does not honour words.
I am having some serious speed issues with my 1Gbit server at FDC. After opening a ticket, they've simply dismissed it as a server configuration problem. However I am convinced it isn't because certain ISP's (usually universities) get good speeds, usually 700kb/sec but the vast majority of my users get between 20-50 kb/sec and it's causing a lot of complaints.
Furthermore I have other servers with FDC which are 100mbit which perform better than my 1 Gbit one. There are no server bottlenecks (CPU/RAM/HDD), since I've closely monitored them (PRTG) and they aren't even heavily utilised. So the problem is with the network at some point.
Speed Test : [url]
where abouts you are downloading from, your ISP and net connection. Wget's from servers are also welcome as are traceroutes.
I'm using the isapi rewrite module for iis 6 which uses the exact same syntax as mod_rewrite in apache. I'm not very well versed in apache and need getting this to work asap. Basically I have a directory in our website: URL....
I need to forward this to an IP address, for example to this address:22.214.171.124/folder.While keeping the original URL (www.xyz.edu/folder). I'm unsure of the apache syntax for this.
Starting point: a working site using a shared IPv4, dedicated IPv6, and SSL. HTTP and HTTPS work, the latter only using SNI of course.
The good news: If I simply allocate an IP resource of 1 to a subscription it is pulled from the pool, assigned to the service node, assigned to the web site, DNS is updated, and the site is automatically changed to using a Dedicated IPv4 and Dedicated IPv6.
The bad news: visitors land on the default web site of the service node, with the default SSL certificate.
Other info: I can't ping the new IP, even though it shows in "ip a l" and /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0:0. [edited]
After the IP assignment, it is still installed, and /etc/httpd/conf/plesk.conf.d/ip_default/domainname.conf shows the new certificate is being used.
However, a second set of VirtualHost entries is created in server.conf for this IP for ports 80 and 443, with NameVirtualHost enabled on the new IP. The port 443 entry uses the default certificate. Apache's setup this default VirtualHost entry will override the web site configuration because Apache is listening on port 443 with the wrong cert.
If I go to "Change webspace settings" and toggle to Shared IPv4, Dedicated IPv6 the site works again via HTTPS, and Dedicated IPv4 and Dedicated IPv6 breaks it again. Setting the SSL cert to None and back again does not work.
Setting the SSL cert to None, changing to a dedicated IP, and enabling SSL results in the server being inexplicably inaccessible...browsers no longer connect to either the default site or the correct site, and I don't see any entries in the vhosts's logs.
I'm on a short assignment to inventory and manage the fixed assets of a small company, and we've just bought a web-based database for this purpose. While I'm pretty good at administering/running local databases, the web part has me stymied. Our company is between IT people, and there's no one on site with any more idea than I have about what's going on!!
Here's what I have so far:
--The company has a website which I'll call "ourwebsite.org" -- which I think, from searching the IP address the website points to, is hosted by HostMySite.com.
--There's also a record in DNS Management with the same name (ourwebsite.org), but pointing to our little server's local IP address.
--I need to find a way to get my database -- which I can access on the network at (server's IP address)/database (ie 0.0.00.0/database) -- online. I tried creating records in DNS Management (for ex., assets.ourwebsite.org) that point to our server's IP (the one that, if I type it in on the network, I can get to the site I'm looking for), but get generic "can't find the page" or "can't connect to the server" errors, even after 72 hours, when trying to access it from off the network.
--If I browse to assets.ourwebsite.org/database on the server itself, I get to the website! But if I go to that page from any other computer, on or off the network, it doesn't work.
--The Server is running Windows Server 2003
So, what are my options? Do I have to talk to the HostMySite.com people to add this page? Shouldn't I just be able to use my server's name (ourcompanyadc.ourcompany.org) and have that route to the server? What's going on here! Is there a simple way to get a tiny local-server-hosted website online outside of the network?
I work for a company who is on Microsoft Technology, IIS 6.0 specifically is what I deal with day to day. We support classic asp 3.0, .net and php ( through plain jane cgi mode *yuck* ) and I am newly hired and bring ruby on rails to the table.
Eventually we are going to replace the entire stack with ruby on rails as I re-code our existing tech. While waiting for IIS 7 to solve the majority of their problems with the lack of MS made IIS modules for rewriting URLs, fast CGI, Server-Side Forwarding I need to get my application out the door and for it to be stable.
Our server is a 2.4ghz Xeon with 512mb and our first order of business is to finally push it to 2g ram. That will help Ruby best as the application is running. What I would like to do is Have IIS sit in front of Mongrel, a ruby HTTP server serving my RoR applications, and pass requests to it.
For example the IIS right now is serving 3 .org/edu sites. We use a company to redirect our URL requests to our IP and IIS has 3 virtual servers passing on the buck all on port 80. It works very well.
I want mongel to sit at, for example, port 8080 and have 1 .org that we serve to use mongrel to serve the content. As I understand it this is called Server-Side Forwording, aka Proxy, and is very ellusive on Windows.
The options I have found is a) the use of Microsoft ISA which is probably out of the question. b) an ISAPI such is ISAPI Rewrite or c) Pound
Our problems arise is that we don't have the ability to toss up another machine for Pound or ISA. Pound can run on CentOS out the box but again, no machine as we are funded by grants, and that will ruin one of the network admins remote desktop uses [so I understand but I could be wrong.]
I have posted on the ISAPI Rewrite forums to see if their 'proxy' feature is indeed what I am looking for. I don't have anything bad to say about Microsoft tech, I enjoy Apache 1x, 2x and have come to respect IIS 6 as well. I just find it hard to find a lot of solid products and documented howto's on MS. One thing I don't find lack of is people with the same darn problem and nobody willing to share solutions exept the ones that are really just technology previews.
So my question is : Has anyone has run across this need and what you did to solve it. Am I on the right track? Again, solutions like mod_proxy for apache isn't an option I need IIS.
I'm from a country that block websites! Recently they blocked a useful website that my friends and me can't live without!
We already have a dedicated server (located in the US). We need to do the following:
- register a domain name, and when this domain is requested, requests will be served through our server. That means that our server will get the requested website then delivers it to the user who has requested the website
I do not need a detailed HowTo of course, I just need to know where to start from, is this related to some apache option? Do I need some specific software to be installed on server? I need any clue to get me started.
I want ask How i know the Server Download speed from Rapidshare ? I have windows Dedicated Server with 1GB Port and when i download something from rapidshare its just 2MB/s , is that Normal ? and now i am thinking to Buy another one , How i can know the Download speed from rapidshare site ? I ask some Company about that but No one give me test or any thing like that ,
I recently setup WAMP on my dedicated, and I'm unsure if the slow download speed is from WAMP or something else I need to remove from the dedicated. Might just be the distance I am from the dedicated because it's hitting 88.74Mb/s down and 71.19Mb/s up from a local city.