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CPanel is Multi-Server?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SysDeveloper, Dec 19, 2006.

  1. SysDeveloper

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    The accepted CPanel to add servers to manage services separately?
    Example:
    Server 1 = cpanel control.
    Server 2 = DNS
    Server 3 = DNS 2
    Server 4 = MySQL
    Server 5 = WEB (http, https, ftp)
    Server 6 = WEB http, https, ftp)


    Or I will have that to have all the services in only 1 server (cpanel, dns, ftp, web…) ?
     
  2. sumith

    sumith Well-Known Member

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    You can use seperate servers for every services, but why do you want seperate server for the control panel. Are you kidding? :rolleyes:
     
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    Kelmas Well-Known Member

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    I'd rather choose this scheme:

    server 1: cPanel, HTTP, FTP
    *server 2: MySQL (in case you have huge databases)
    *server 3: Mail (if you get loads of mail)
    server 4: DNS
    server 5: secondary DNS
     
  4. SysDeveloper

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    :cool: I am not kidding...
    I do not know very on the CPanel…

    It is that I with 4 servers, it would like to have an only entrance of the CPanel for my users.
    It would like to use an only service of DNS
    It is possible? Or for my 4 servers I will have four screens of entrance of cpanel?

    The DNS service? I will have that to only inform a type of DNS as ns1.myserver.com and ns2.myserver.com?
    Or I will have that to make thus?

    SERVER1 = ns1.myserver.com and ns2.myserver.com
    SERVER2 = ns3.myserver.com and ns4.myserver.com
    SERVER3 = ns5.myserver.com and ns6.myserver.com
    SERVER4 = ns7.myserver.com and ns8.myserver.com


    It would only like to understand this functioning to see the best option of configuration for my net. ;)
     
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