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Dec
19
comment Adding multiple A records for same host for backup purpose
Given your new question, I think we will need more details. What risk are you trying to mitigate with an HA solution? Power failure, network, web application, etc. requires different solutions.
Dec
19
answered DNS Not Resolving For All Users
Dec
19
comment Graphical Ping utility with logging
Would have to second this recommendation.
Dec
19
answered Updating OpenSSH to latest stable version via yum
Dec
19
comment Deploying git repo on production server without account password
Not sure if it will work in your use case, but check into using SSH-Agent to cache the passphrase for the ssh key.
Dec
14
answered Permission, apache user and www folder in Linux
Dec
14
answered Server not coping, cpu load averages spike to 33.0
Dec
14
answered Shared webhost IP blacklisted and is stopping my legitimate emails sending
Dec
12
answered Should I rate-limit packets with iptables?
Dec
12
comment NGINX timeout after +200 concurrent connections
added updated to main reply due to code.
Dec
12
revised NGINX timeout after +200 concurrent connections
added 521 characters in body
Dec
12
answered Replication stops
Dec
12
answered how nginx serves large files
Dec
12
comment Files served from Apache are slower than other methods
You need to be specific about what and how you are testing. With performance metrics, details are very important. The testing strategy, hosting platform, network status and server status can all significantly impact results.
Dec
12
answered Will changing NameServers cause down time?
Dec
12
answered Modify HAPROXY's Stats Page
Dec
12
answered Forwarding subdomains
Dec
12
comment Simple DNS for 1 domain configuration
Also search google for setting up bind on CentOS 5. Plenty of tutorials are there.
Dec
12
comment Simple DNS for 1 domain configuration
Unless you are just wanting to learn to manage bind, I suggest you use your domain providers or 3rd party DNS. Running your own DNS server for 1 domain is a bit of an overkill.
Dec
11
comment Forward all Subdomains to another domain (with subdomain intact)
*.domain.com is just a wild card domain name. This is required so the same domain will answer for all sub domains.