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comment Does this partition setup look OK for Centos 6.x and Plesk panel?
I depends on your needs. On one server I have around 30 sites to maintain, check traffic, sort by monthly traffic, add databases, users, synchronize hosting quota and performance limitations with a click, etc, that is best done by a control panel like Plesk. On another server I built a domain parking service, there I would not have Plesk because my scripts would handle hosts and DNS entries.
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comment Does this partition setup look OK for Centos 6.x and Plesk panel?
I used Plesk for the last 9 years and I find it kind of stable. And the license I get is 2 Eur/mo where cPanel was around 20-30Eur/mo.
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comment Does this partition setup look OK for Centos 6.x and Plesk panel?
After install it didn't boot, how/where was I supposed to set them as "active" ? because I think this is the problem
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comment Does this partition setup look OK for Centos 6.x and Plesk panel?
Jakov, one more question ... should I install the botloader under /dev/sda (default) or should I set it to /dev/md1 ? That youtube video says if left to default, then it will not boot when one HDD fails.
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comment Does this partition setup look OK for Centos 6.x and Plesk panel?
The server has 16GB of ram, I think is too much for my needs, so I think the swap will not need re-size in future.
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asked Does this partition setup look OK for Centos 6.x and Plesk panel?
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comment Directory index full, is this fsck result OK?
@deppfx I edited my question and included the df -i output, I assume that 29% is what interests you? I knew I had many files in one folder and I kept an eye on this value, it was always around 29%. I didn't ran the fsck directly on the machine, I booted in a separate "rescue" OS.
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