Originally Posted by mlz
That is where being multi-server will be an asset. You could have wildly different servers based on what a client needs. (even if the servers are VPS.)
When you guys say multi server, do you mean you have 1 master install of ISPC on a server, and the other servers have a client install. Then the master ISPC sends commands to the client servers that listen on a specified port that can then in turn create sites etc?
Or do you mean multiservers as virtualisation on 1 machine?
Having open ports can be a potential problem on other machines if its not ipfw/ipchains ip access control based for the open port. I hope this multiserver function is a option and not a necessity for IPC3.