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Old 22nd March 2011, 16:46
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Default What do you recommend for this setup (SaaS)

Hi all,
I am looking for the best performance setup for a CMS SaaS site that will have 100's of domains (maybe 1000's) pointing to one codebase.

What is the best setup for something like this starting with 1 cloud server using either
ubuntu,centos,fedora,gentoo, or redhat?

Also, I am not sure if NameVirtualHost setup is the best setup? Thoughts?
Do I just load 100s/1000s of domains using the alias? or _default_ vhosts setup or something else?

Thanks for any suggestions!
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Old 23rd March 2011, 16:47
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I'm not sure if I understand your question right. Do you want to set up one vhost per domains, or do you want to have one vhost for all your domains?
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After thinking I would like to move some other sites to this server too, i would say MIXED.

a few sites with their own VHost each (5 sites = 5 vhosts)

All the rest point to one vhost (100s of domains pointing to that one vhost).
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In this case you should set up name-based vhosts (unless you have enough free IP addresses, in that case you could as well set up IP-based vhosts).

http://www.debianhelp.co.uk/virtualhosts.htm
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