I am well familiar and experienced with all the cloud providers out there and work very closely with many of them first hand and I don't know any at all that would limit you from setting up as many IPs as you require and taking that a step further, all of them will also additionally let you upgrade and add IP addresses to your server at anytime as you require for your cloud server as well!rnawky said:First off, most, if not all "cloud" services only allow 1 IP address per machine, making it impossible for any account on your cPanel install to have a dedicated IP address.
Huh? *PUZZLED* Where in the world did you get that goofball idea?rnawky said:Reason behind that is god forbid your instance goes down, for whatever reason. When you manage to restart it, you'll get a randomly assigned IP address, messing up your entire setup.
With the very rare exception (mainly those running hybrid networks), most of the cloud servers out there are actually priced very competitively against VPS servers and very nearly all of them are substantially **LESS** in cost than going with a competing and comparable dedicated server and you also have the further benefit of often getting better performance from the cloud as well!rnawky said:Finally, just the large cost behind cloud setups would almost make it more efficient to go ahead and buy a dedicated server.
Hi,I would love if someone would share the best configuration for a cloud set up with cpanel. Can this be done with centos 5?
Cloud hosting is not too complicated. It is simply designed to achieve maximum up-time with stable performance.holy cow !!
cloud hosting is complicated !
tuk485,I'm running cpanel on rackspace cloud with no issues.
I've also had it running on Amazons EC2 but as the network interface is Nat'ed cpanel likes to bind to the internal IP so I have to run a cron that changes all the vhost config from that internal IP to the external one. I also had to disable the cpanel cron that checks the ip configuration as it was changing it back again and taking all the sites down :-(
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