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Old 21st February 2008, 19:13
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Default ISPconfig as a production server

This is just a general question to everyone.

We have about 100 web site and 1000 emails. Most web sites are simple and only a few use databases etc.

We want to use ispconfig as our new server for all our clients.

My questions are..

- do you think ispconfig is stable enough to be a proper production server like ensim etc..
- Does anyone use ispconfig with similar amount of accounts as we have? and if so how long have you been running ispconfig as a production server? and are you happy with it.

Thank you

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Old 21st February 2008, 19:47
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I've been using ISPconfig for some time on my production servers, with no problem what so ever (except when I did something wrong).

On one of my server I have 72 websites, and just over 400 email accounts, and ISPconfig has no problem handling this.

I know that some other "big" users here have more sites/accounts on their servers, and as far as I know also no problems.

Personally I think that in some areas ISPconfig will perform even better than commercial programs!
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Old 21st February 2008, 20:27
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Same here, i Have 52 sites, many of them have databases and till now no problems from ispconfig except when i messed something.

ISP Config is a very powefull system and we all must Thank the creators...

Thank You !
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Old 21st February 2008, 22:59
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I use ISPConfig on two servers :

The first with 250 websites and 700 emails
The second with 780 wesites and 3500 emails.

I've no problem with ispconfig, It very stable and secure ^^
4 virtual machines with Debian Lenny updated on proxmox (openvz) with ISPConfig

ns1 : http(s), ftp(s), DNS Master, ISPConfig
sql : MySQL database users
mail : All mail system
ns2 : DNS Slave

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