I'm sure this question has been asked many of times before, but I don't know where to start to begin to uncover the solution. I host 40+ websites on my dedicated server. A handful of these, let's say ...
I am building a web application where uptime is key. I understand that 100% uptime is not realistic but I would like to achieve five nines. I'm unsure as to the most prudent way to accomplish this. ...
Strangely enough, when I reboot my Ubuntu 12.04 server, the DNS no longer works, which makes the domain unavailable to access to my site. Normally the DNS should be working after a reboot, but this ...
I've got two servers, equal capabilities in terms of processing power and load. What I am trying to accomplish is this: (I already own and run DNS servers so this shoudln't be a problem). Server A ...
I have a lot of domains and it's getting hard to manage so I want to add a string to the end of every file opened in Apache so I can request any domain if check if the string is there so I will know ...
I am currently developing a project which is mission-critical. The actual domain name is registered with 1 & 1 and I plan on purchasing DynDNS Custom DNS service (which has 5 different ...