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Old 20th January 2006, 11:41
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Originally Posted by danf.1979
Ok, I agree with all you've said, but talking only about the reseller I see the following problem:
Suppose a reseller has all the tipical limitations ispconfig can give him, plus 20 CMS.
He's got 4 different plans. Now, what is the poor man going to do if the 20 CMS are over? I mean, maybe the reseller has a comertial website with his plans for everyone to see. If CMS's are over, will he be "buying" from the ispconfig admin more CMS's? or will he be modifying his plans?
I think 1 CMS per MySQL is a good choice, and reseller is CMS 1 or 0, but not number limited.
What do you think? Maybe the reseller problem has a solution, i dont know.
Ok, if we limit it by 1 cms = 1 mysql db, then we can limit the number of CMS by the number of databases. Thats fine too.
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