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Old 22nd February 2006, 20:58
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Unhappy Ispconfig Scalability. Multiserver Enviroment Design And Deployment. Please help!

Hello,

First of all congratulations for all your work and support. You guys are incredible!!

This is our situation:

We are a non-profit org in barcelona in spain. We are developing a hosting enviroment to be able to give free hosting services to other organtizations in our country. We have tested several control panel software. Yours is incredible. We have a couple questions:

We currently have 10 double-processor (year 2001) poweredge servers, two 1TB storage servers, two (year 2001) single processor poweredge servers.

We don´t know how to start the server organitzation and distribution.

Can you recomend a design for a scalable installation of ISPConfig with these servers?

Our main concerns are (web site scalability, storage scalability, and database scalability)

We have been thinking of installing ISPConfig with Open MOSIX. What do you think?

We would really apreciate any help or coments abouts this issues. Has a thread allready been written about this?

Thanks a lot,

elies

Have I posted in the wrong place?

Last edited by elies; 22nd February 2006 at 22:40. Reason: not sure if I got wrote everything clear enough.sorry
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