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Is this possible?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by BulletxxProof89, Aug 28, 2008.

  1. BulletxxProof89

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    I want to setup a cPanel server kind of weird.. wondering if I could get some tips or some "That's not possible" remarks...

    1 Dedicated DNS Server (WHM DNS) [NS1]
    1 Dedicated DNS Server (WHM DNS) [NS2]
    1 cPanel Application Server (cPanel / Apache / PHP)
    1 MySQL Master Server
    1 MySQL Replication Server
    1 Dedicated Mail Server

    Is there a way to make the account creator use all these servers simultaneously?

    Also would mysql be iptabled so that its still localhost? or would it be something like "mysql.host.tld" ?
     
  2. k.agashe

    k.agashe Member

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    Hi,

    If you use clustering that is ns1 as primary dns server and ns2 as secondary dns server. All the accounts created on the server would be using the same name servers.

    Regarding the cpanel, mysql and mail would they all be separate servers which would be used. ?
     
  3. BulletxxProof89

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    Each server would be completely independent of each other on GIGe fibre connects. All communicating via internal IP networking.

    The DNS servers would be in physically different locations.

    Everything else is in the same rack.
     
  4. BulletxxProof89

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    Any cPanel staff that can answer this would be appreciated :)
     
  5. BulletxxProof89

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    Is the cPanel staff active on there forums? Or do they not provide support / answers to general questions?
     
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    Murtaza_t Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    The best practice is to email them at support and this is not an official place for support.. They do log in here but but it is recommended to email them if you need quick support.
     
  7. BulletxxProof89

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    I'll go ahead and do that then.
     
  8. Voltar

    Voltar Well-Known Member

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    Did you happen to get an answer? I was wanting to setup a dedicated MySQL server also, but still wanted the integration into cPanel.

    I'll shoot an email to cPanel also and see what I get back.
     
  9. cPanelDavidG

    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    Remote SQL servers with cPanel/WHM integration are natively supported.
     
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    Voltar Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, I finally found it in the documentation. Never had to deal with this before, but one of the sites that I run has overloaded the local SQL server.
     
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