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Old 28th September 2009, 17:40
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Old 28th September 2009, 18:01
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Congratulations!
If I remember right, OVH is sort of the same league as Hetzner isn't it? I really hope Hetzner is gonna have a change of heart!
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SysCP (in my opinion) is dead now anyway. After one developer left for various reasons there hasn't been any updates.

I'd been running it in production, and now am left migrating people to ISPConfig3 (so far so great).
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We have been looking in to what is the best way to offer hosting/virtualisation solutions for SOHO companies and guess what? Almost none of the hosting companies we have looked at allow or have an easy way to migrate KVM/OpenVZ Virtual Machines across internet. Currently we run most of our VM's on ProxMox because it's by far the simplest and most stable platform we have tested. For live migrations and/or live backup's it's perfect. (LVM2 comes by default with ProxMox.) Most of the hosting companies who offer Debian that could be turned in to ProxMox do not roll out their Debian distros with LVM2 under the hood.

So how do you turn your hosted server in to ProxMox host (or similar) with easy virtualisation cabapility?

The easy answer is... You don't.

I intend to fix that little problem.
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I've been urging fellow swedish hosting companies to offer ISPConfig 3

Personally we used to offer ISPconfig 2 for all our customers on dedicated servers, but now we've moved on to ISPconfig 3 considering it's ease of use and stability.

Some small kinks to work out, but nothing you cant "live" with.
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If you find bugs or have feature requests, please feel frr to post them to the bugtracker or vote for feature requests already listed there. http://bugtracker.ispconfig.org
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Old 25th February 2010, 12:04
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@Till,
OVH in the Netherlands as well. Please have a look here.
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And UK.

http://www.ovh.co.uk/items/distribut...2.xml?sort=gnu

I think it's safe to say, wherever OVH provide servers.
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I actually signed up to Hetzner last week and decided I was fed up with paying out every month for Cpanel as I have done for the last three years on my old server.

After looking around we quite liked the look of Kloxo and decided to install the 64 bit version but it was a big mistake. Kloxo looks good on paper but the 64 bit version isn't ready for prime time and I know the server manager was very disappointed. I am as well because we have lost five days battling with various problems!

Earlier today we took a joint decision to install ISPconfig 3 and it looks much more stable so I am pretty sure we will be up and running within a day. Regarding Hetzner yes I do think they should offer more options and I'd be happy to fire off an email suggesting they include ISPconfig 3, even though I've already found a bug and I need to have a look now at the tasklist to see if it has been mentioned before.
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Old 25th November 2010, 10:40
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Default Move Hetzner, move!

Well, I am using Hetzner with a couple of servers and there is nothing better than ISPConfig (I am running ISPConfig 2 and 3 on several servers). I have used many other solutions but ISPConfig is the only one which really makes me happy. Slim, efficient and suited to my demands (my requirements are quite high in a few areas, ISPConfig does it all).

As far as backup is concerned (I understand Hetzner was asking for such a feature) - I am using Tartarus with the Hetzner backup space (a solution they recommend) and I'm very happy with this too.

So, people at Hetzner, go for ISPConfig, you'll do yourself a favour.
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