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Some rootserver provider offer routable ip adresses (failover ip); that way you can set up two servers prepared to use the same routable ip address (additional to their static primary ip). To keep both servers synced you may use a network file system like drbd and/or db replication. When the primary server goes down, you can automatically reroute the domains ...
What you might want to achieve is a LOAD BALANCING/CACHE infrastructure. There are several ways to do this. What you have to decide first is how to implement it and where will your Load Balancers be hosted. Option #1 - Load Balance using DNS Round Robin Technically not Load Balancing in the most real sense of the term. You can achieve this by adding 2 or ...
Yes, suPHP is a powerful PHP tool developed to execute PHP scripts, allowing to set up and correct permissions and ownership of your files and folders as a script owner with complete protection on web servers and building accessibility.
The SMTP server that can be installed together with the IIS does not contain the features you need. You can not configure it to forward individual addresses (As far as I know). Instead you should look into some of the mail-servers available on the Internet. Several of these exist in free versions. E.g: hMailServer and MailEnable.
On your DNS settings, set a MX record for domainA like so: domainA. MX 10 mailserver.domainA. then, mailserver.domainA. A 188.8.131.52 That will set up mailserver.domainA as your mail server and mails sent to user@domainA will be recieved by that server. Not sure if this answer might help you as you didn't provide much info but this is a possible answer.
Physical location does not necessarily correlate with "logical" network location, so you'll need to do more testing and research. You want your application to be as "close" (in terms of network latency and throughput) to your database as possible, preferably in the same datacenter. Unfortunately there's no template for how to figure this out other than to ...
I've managed to configure it in a PHP5-CGI & mod_fcgid setup and it kind of does what I need. It does not send everything to the client as it was generated by PHP automatically, but the flush() command started to work. The TTFB times dropped a bit. I'll keep working on that and update this answer if I find out anything useful. I've used the following ...
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