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:
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
Not sure my question's title is explicit, so I'll try and explain it the best I can.
I have a dedicated web hosting server running Linux (Gentoo). There are a couple websites hosted on it, and therefore a couple domain names from multiple providers have their DNS zone settings set to point to my server.
There is one particular website that used to be hosted on this server, but was then removed.