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Old 27th December 2005, 17:15
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Question Build VPS for hosting solution

Hi all,

i would like to thank Falko & others for this great site. I have found a lot of great information that help me to understand my debian much better.

1) I want to know if someone have the solution to build virtual server for hosting : does the hosting provider use vserver or Xen or other ?

2) After that, ISP config can run on a hosting machine and manage all vps with only one admin panel or must i install ispconfig on each vserver ?

Thanks for your future response

Stanley
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Old 27th December 2005, 17:19
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1) I want to know if someone have the solution to build virtual server for hosting : does the hosting provider use vserver or Xen or other ?
Many commercial ISP's are using virtouzzo, but i guess many will switch to xen in future.

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2) After that, ISP config can run on a hosting machine and manage all vps with only one admin panel or must i install ispconfig on each vserver ?
You will have to install ISPConfig on every virtual host. Management of multiple servers or vhost will be a feature of ISPConfig 3.
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Old 28th December 2005, 12:06
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BTW:

Feature request for V3:

"Click to create VPS"
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