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Old 6th August 2010, 21:08
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Default Are You Using ISPConfig 3 In A Production Environment?

Hello,

I work for a company called Internet Connection, Inc. We are a U.S.
based company that would like to implement and contribute features to
ISPconfig.

Our President, Brent Stock, would like to contact business' that are
already implementing ISPconfig to discuss the advantages and
disadvantages of using ISPconfig. We have had some trouble finding such
information and were wondering if you could provide us with contact info.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank-you.
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I'm trying to use it in production enviroment, it is possible, but it;s not the easiest solution ;-) But i must admit i like it, and it;s fun to use it
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We are using ISPConfig in our production environment and it works very good. We have at the time 5 servers running multiserver setup and couple of standalone single setups customer servers.

Some things you need to consider/know is:

- Lack of documentation, for me is no bigge but for someone is the most important thing.
- Support is handled through this forum or via ispconfig.org as paid service.
- ISPConfig is not yet feature packed as most known control panels. Although the most part is in roadmap for future updates.
- Release cycles can vary but for us it's more than enough.
- ISPConfig is very flexible and can be customized in almost every aspect.


Please ask any questions that comes up regarding deployment, backup, storage or any other stuff you may wonder about.
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Hello,

I work for a company called Internet Connection, Inc. We are a U.S.
based company that would like to implement and contribute features to
ISPconfig.

Our President, Brent Stock, would like to contact business' that are
already implementing ISPconfig to discuss the advantages and
disadvantages of using ISPconfig. We have had some trouble finding such
information and were wondering if you could provide us with contact info.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank-you.
i have 15 servers in multiserver-setup and the system is working fine.
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We run 5 ispconfig servers, all in single setup, for small hosting .. works just fine.
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We run 2 servers in an ispconfig multiserver setup, haproxy, heartbeat setup. Works great!

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I use ISP Config 3 on single server setup. OS ubuntu 8.04. It's works great, but maybe I will switch to CentOS 5.5.

Still missing anti overload statistic like who customer doing php or mysql overload, if any.
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Still missing anti overload statistic like who customer doing php or mysql overload, if any.
How do you want to measure that? I'am not aware of a Linux statistics software that is able to detect that.
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Me too. But it's, a problem!

And I think Cpanel maybe can do that (but I m not sure).
I not complain about this just say, it will be good to monitoring witch web site create php or mysql overload. Because it's very hard to find if any of my web site's start to flood.

I have small deployment for 10 web sites and I have a friend who is new in this, but playing whit joomla and it lass very hard to detect this problem in him web site.
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Because it's very hard to find if any of my web site's start to flood.
Thats not a big problem if you setup the websites in ispconfig correctly, you have to enable the suexec checkbox for every website and do not use mod_php in the php setting. Every website in ispconfig then runs under its own system user, so you can see with the "top" command on the shell which site causes the load.
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