Alarenal, while I have to make the disclaimer that ISPConfig3 is still in beta, and is not meant to be on a production server yet.
I would say that if you use the SVN install method, and you get a bugtracker account to submit bugs and feature requests, and you update your installation often(daily hopefully, weekly would work too); then I think it could be done. I'm running a few sites on it right now. There are limitations, but they are being fixed.
The more active you are involved, the easier it will be to run the beta software as production.
Originally Posted by AlArenal
Got a question for those who already tried out ISPC3.
I just rented a new server (dual quadcore, 8 gigs RAM, ...) and now I'm thinking about whether or not I should stick with ISPC2 or give ISPC3 a go.
The server is going to host only a handful of sites which are meant to be busy. Customers would not want to configure something by themselves, so I will be the only one to use ISPC.
I KNOW it is still beta and some stuff is missing, but would you from your experience say I can do it without running myself into real trouble?
Thanks for sharing your thoughts.