I have a website that gets a lot of visitors a month. And the server cannot handle the traffic. I have a dedicated server. How can I run the site on multiple dedicated servers?

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I need some suggestions on a good cloud server I could use to backup my computer. I want to backup my data (music, pictures, videos, etc...) and I also want to make it better and easier to sync between my desktop and laptop for my coding projects. I currently have a Mega account but I want to find something that doesn't need to install a binary file on my computer and something that will work well with rsync. I have between 150 & 200 Gigs to backup.

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According to new research from Venafi, apparently some 74 percent of 'Forbes Global 2000 organizations' (or the big boys of business if you prefer) have yet to properly secure their public facing servers against the Heartbleed OpenSSL threat. That's a year after the thing broke for goodness sake! Venafi found that at least 580,000 hosts belonging to this elite group of enterprises were still vulnerable as full and proper threat remediation had not been applied. They were patched, yes, but did not bother with the equally important steps of replacing private keys and revoking the old certificates. Apparently, looking at …

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The annual 'Black Friday' discounted shopping storm is no longer just an American event; it's hit the UK like a hurricane today. Last night police were called to four different supermarkets with heavily discounted televisions after large crowds started to gather for the midnight opening. At one Asda store (a Walmart owned UK supermarket chain) there was fighting as shoppers opted to get physical in order to secure that electrical bargain. Then, both the Tesco supermarket and Currys PC World electrical superstore websites buckled under the pressure of would-be shoppers keen to get an online bargain. Next it was clothing …

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Research published today by data governance software developer Varonis reveals that, when it comes to the virtualized environment, security awareness appears to be something of a black hole. The [study](http://eu.vocuspr.com/Publish/517692/vcsPRAsset_517692_109957_85137914-8b53-4005-b292-0c87aa89763a_0.png) found that data security in these virtualized environments can all too often be totally neglected, and some 48% of IT organisations reported or suspected there had been unauthorised access to files kept on virtual servers. The findings suggest that when it comes to awareness of security matters regarding virtualized servers and the data stored upon them, the harsh truth of the matter is that there is very little. Indeed, the …

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Hi there, I'm getting tired looking for affordable servers in mentioned countries. Some of the providers such as server4you.com (power x6) are offering good prices and locations, but they are going to provide only 4 IP addresses, which is too small amount for us. Other ones had good servers but location is Europe only. What we need for beginning are the servers with 4-8 cores, 8-16 GB of memory, RAID1, bandwidth about 3-5TB, and ~10-20 IP addresses. The budget at the moment is as low as possible. Can you folks help with finding the best solution for that task?

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I have a website and so does my college. Except my college doesn't know that my website uses their hosting i.e. same server. So both of us share common IP address like 23.5.46.225 To access my college I can either use http://23.5.46.225/~collegename OR www.collegename.com And to access my server I can use http://23.5.46.225/~myhandle OR www.mysite.com But i want to access my site via my college name like http://collegename.com/../~myhandle But it doesn't seem to work. Can way I can achieve this? help me out here :)

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HOW CAN I LEARN MORE ABOUT virtual dedicated servers. WHAT IS THE USE OF THIS AND HOW CAN I GET BENIFIT FROM IT? http://www.inetservices.com/ CAN ANY ONE HELP ME FOR THIS PURPOSE?

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Hi, I've had a look around the forums but I couldn't find a specific answer to my query. I'm following a worksheet I was given from university. We have just started working on SQL and databases and on the worksheet it uses SQL 2008 Server Management Studio. The version I had couldn't design tables or database or something so I had to get 2012. I followed the sheet but when I tried to add data to the table using the information from the sheet, I had errors such as: > Msg 102, Level 15, State 1, Line 9 > Incorrect …

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I have been asked to get information on servers because apparantly we need one for our section to manage data and be able to get data from other systems dumped to our server, are there hardware and software requirements that i need to know about, because i just here about servers and i always connect with my putty to computers and get all the daa that i want just dont know how to administer one

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Hello, Just wanted to know if its possible to perform server mirroring with a postfix-based mail server. If so... which will be the best way to do it?. Thanks!, VanHackman

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Hello! I'm new here... and I'm having trouble trying to download and upload files from an ftp server.... Btw this is not for homework! I'm trying to help a professor with this but I'm stuck!... Help?? :/

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hello i want to copy my home directory to sync with another server's home directory.is there any way in which we have not to store key file or use password.I know rsync is an option but i want to know if there is any better option.

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So, not so much of a coding question but more of a development question. [B]Some background:[/B] I have finished writing a scheduling program (in part thanks to the folks at Daniweb) in PHP (using MySQL) for a small business that sells musical instruments, music lessons, and the like. The program keeps track of the various teachers' schedules and lessons, students, lesson payments, etc. The main idea was to have it done in PHP because it provides access to teachers who want to view their schedule from home. The PHP version of the program will be hosted on an XP machine …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]16891[/ATTACH]After a 2009 to forget, the server business is rebounding well, although some segments are doing better than others. [URL="http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS22467210"]According to market researcher International Data Corp. (IDC)[/URL], worldwide factory revenue for servers grew 11 percent year-over-year in the second quarter of this year to $10.9 billion and unit sales grew 23.8 percent. The difference in revenue and unit sales is attributable to price pressure driving down the average sale price of servers, but after the double digit percentage losses in 2009, it's still welcomed news for server vendors. The 23.8 percent year-over-year growth is also an improvement over Q1, when …

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Hi everyone! this is my first post here! hope to learn a few things!! i read the thread about students looking for easy answers to assignments! i understand the point. i am not like that. i am a member of other forums too and contribute what i can! on one forum im the 4th or 5th highest poster! so basically if i join a forum its to learn from it and i will read thru all of the forum threads, not just my one! ok anyway. . . My name is Dean. im am in college studying electronic engineering and …

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There is no doubt that the current server market environment is the worse it has ever been, but a new report from IDC suggests that the worse may be over as the market posts sequential quarterly revenue growth for the first time since 2008. The [URL="http://www.idctracker.com"]IDC EMEA Quarterly Server Tracker[/URL] shows EMEA server revenue in 3Q09 reached $2.9 billion, a decline of 25.7% year on year, with nearly half a million units shipped, 24.6% less than in the same quarter of 2008. Sequentially, revenue and units experienced growth of 1.9% and 8.4% respectively. While the market momentum for x86 servers …

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I read a [URL="http://tech.yahoo.com/news/infoworld/20090403/tc_infoworld/131038"]news story[/URL] by Paul Krill about how Linux OS Server shipments have and will continue to slip by double-digit margins in 2009. Windows Server shipments are hit hard as well but almost 5% less so than those of Linux. The original report came from IDC. The IDC is self-described as follows: [COLOR="Green"][INDENT]IDC is the premier global provider of market intelligence, advisory services, and events for the information technology, telecommunications, and consumer technology markets. IDC helps IT professionals, business executives, and the investment community make fact-based decisions on technology purchases and business strategy. More than 1000 IDC analysts …

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A little while ago, a friend of mine tapped me on the shoulder--virtually speaking--and asked me why there isn't an easier way to install software on a Linux computer. He asked innocently enough why we can't have a Universal Package Manager (UPM) to handle the software regardless of distribution. Ha! How could he be so naive? He continued his leftist rant with the following: [COLOR="Green"][INDENT]One more idea: What's libXXX or gstreamer-plugin-whatever? No more of that either. The packages should be named "MP3 Plugin" "Ogg Plugin" or even just "Support for Proprietary Audio Formats". What's Amarok? No new user would just …

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Cisco in the server hardware business? With VMware? Using Linux? Has the world gone topsy-turvy while I wasn't looking? If you think about it, Cisco's forte--routers--are lightweight computers that do one specific job--routing packets from one network to another. So, their foray into the dark realm of higher-end server systems isn't such a big stretch for them. I should have known something like this was a-brewing when Cisco launched their "Inside The Box" contest using their AXP (Application eXtention Platform)--a Linux-based integration platform that runs on routers. Here's a look at AXP direct from Cisco: [COLOR="Green"][INDENT]Linux-based integration environment to develop …

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Those of you who follow the state of Linux may realize that Linux is now at the precipice or "jumping off place" as an operating system. Linux, to others, is viewed as being at the crossroads for success. What's the difference, for Linux, in teetering at the precipice and standing at the crossroads? How do these metaphors translate into concrete information that you can use? [B]The Precipice:[/B] This view is one that's sparked by those who believe that Linux should become a competitive desktop operating system and that it's time to "put up or shut up" in this area. They …

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Everyone wants to know what's going to happen in the new year as if anyone can accurately predict these things. However, one can deduce, with reasonable accuracy, that there will be innovations that are designed to get our attention. This is my list of Linux-oriented predictions for 2009. [B]The keyword for 2009 is [I]Innovation[/I].[/B] [B]1. Buyouts/Mergers[/B] - 2009 will see its share of company buyouts and mergers--all innovation-related. Larger companies will buy up smaller ones with innovative products and services. Many new open source millionaires will be created through these transitions. [B]2. Gadgets, Gadgets, and more Gadgets[/B] - This will …

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It was the fourth-worst trading day in Wall Street history, with the Dow off 679 points (about 8% of the index's total value) and the Nasdaq falling almost 9%, to 1,398 for the session. There's a lot to point at here, but the main culprit seems to be the fact that a leading economic group has declared the U.S. is in a recession, and has been since December of 2007. Any bump we received from better-than-expected holiday sales last weekend was ground down by the gloom and doom surrounding the overall economy. A dispatch showing that manufacturing activity was at …

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Miami has hurricanes, Silicon Valley gets wildfires, and Seattle sits at the foot of a volcano. Where should your data center be? How about the heartland of America -- the Midwest -- where a growing number of server farms are springing up instead of corn or cattle farms. John Rath, a service center manager in Cedar Falls, Iowa, [URL="http://wistechnology.com/articles/5248/"]says[/URL] rural America is an ideal place to locate important technology infrastructure. He says power costs are lower, the existing workforce is highly-skilled, and plenty of renewable energy sources exist. Of course, save the occasional tornado, very few natural disasters obliterate large …

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Have you ever heard of or considered using Linux? Here are five reasons to give it a look for your desktop or server. Over the past 15 years or so, Linux has gained worldwide acceptance as a first-rate server operating system but do you know why? It's because Linux can also be used as a Desktop operating system, like Windows, on your personal computer at home or in the office. This article gives you a look at the five biggest reasons why you should take a look at Linux for yourself or your business. [COLOR="Green"]1. Linux is Free[/COLOR]. That can …

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High performance gaming and media center computer systems manufacturer [url=http://www.alienware.com]Alienware[/url] announced today that it has made available a new product line of high performance rack mountable servers. Dubbed the [url=http://www.alienware.com/hivemind]Hivemind series[/url], the servers come in both single and dual processor configurations, and can support up to a reported 2.4TB of SATA data storage, or 1.8TB of SCSI storage. With a random access memory capacity of 12GB, the servers are designed to offer “performance, scalability, reliability and security,

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