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Manage Multiple VMs with Single cPanel?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Atif Shahzad, Nov 11, 2016.

  1. Atif Shahzad

    Atif Shahzad Registered

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    Support,

    I just wanted to ask that how can we manage/control multiple vms (cpanel loaded) with single cpanel server, just like you can say this a cloud webhosting. I want to use multiple cpanel servers for every user so if one servers goes down traffice will be automatically redirected to other.

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    Atif
     
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    Cpanel is to manage a single dedicated server or VPS individually. Looking at your query it looks like you are tying to configure Load balancing or Fail over infrastructure with the Cpanel servers you have.

    How many Cpanel servers you have
    each cpanel server has just a single website hosted ?
     
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    Hello,

    There's no native support for this functionality at this time, however I encourage you to add this feedback to the existing feature requests open for high availability and load balancing:

    Active-Active Redundancy or High-availability
    Built-in load balancing, replication, high availability
    Server configuration and data auto-sync (mirroring)

    You can also vote for a feature request, and receive updates when the status of a feature request changes.

    Thank you.
     
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