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The preferred solution in a greenfield is to have one container per service, so an Apache container and a separate Mysql container. Since Apache will spawn and communicate with the app directly in most LAMP stacks, I wouldn't separate these. Place both of these containers inside a docker-compose.yml definition and start them together in a private network (...


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There are three parts to this. The first is your domain registrar. This organization is who you purchased the domain name from. The domain registrar is going to be the organization that specifies if you are using delegated Name Servers. The delegated Name Servers are where your zone file is going to be located. The second is your Name Server. Whatever your ...


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If ovh didn't set nameservers that your vps will use, you can do two things. First is to set nameserver on your own on your vps. Second option is to create dns zone on existing nameservers that domain is using (what you've tried to do). What to do: Create dns zone for your doman on existing nameservers (name cheap ones in this case) and point that domain ...


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I will agree that the situation is not ideal, but there is no threat here to your account, and informing you wouldn't be the best option. cPanel uses Apache's VirtualHost sections to determine which content is served for which request. In most cases, the IP address, port, and hostname should all match a single VirtualHost entry. However, if there is no ...


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Create a separate hosting account(sub-domain) on domain name "joandjosolutions.shancommerce.co" Then park "joandjosolutions.com" in the hosting of "joandjosolutions.shancommerce.co" That should work exactly like you want.



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