Good afternoon everyone.I have a CentOS 5 dedicated server hosted with 1and1. My current /var directory is 78% full therefore i need to extend it.My server has approximatel... [by mashamit]
I have a dedicated server at 1and1 with a software RAID. I believe it's running CentOS. The hardware team at 1and1 replaced the secondary hard drive (sdb) and then I followed these instructions to rebuild the array:
It seems my server /var/ directory is full. I'm a web designer and run a dedicated server, but every now and then my /var/ becomes full from Plesk Panels backups that occur once a week at 2am on Sunday mornings. This happened about 3 months ago and again today. My domains, emails and Plesk Panels are all down.
I am beginner in question Hosting by not having the right techniques for managing a server.
I am at this time initiating a process of change and seeking datacenter try to improve this transfer to try to be transparent to my clients.
I have a dedicated linux with hundreds and more than 500 domains hosted server.
We're thinking about moving from a shared hosting to a dedicated server (a managed one, we don't want to manage/maintain it for now). I keep reading that it's best to have a server for the websites and a server for the databases.
If you’re exploring hosting options, surely you’ve thought about dedicated hosting and you may have even thought that a dedicated server is a little pricey, but do you know all the benefits of dedicated hosting?
I have a WHM/CPANEL dedicated server currently doing the whole lot (Web Server, Database Server, Mail Server) and I am getting annoyed that mail is not being received all the time, mail is getting bounced (despite disabling all spam filters) and have already tried all the tricks in the WHM/CPANEL troubleshooting book.
So, given up trying to work out why and looking to move mail to a hosted soluti