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Old 11th October 2012, 20:16
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I am new to ISPConfig 3 and I am looking to install it on a Centos 6.3 VPS. I have installed it on Debian 6 using a auto install script that I have found whilst searching this forum.

1.) I would like to know please is there a auto installation script for Centos 6?

2.) Does Vlogger work with Ispconfig 3 on centos. Also how are the "access logs" controlled when using ispconfig with centos 6. The reason why I am asking is I would like to store at least a months worth or raw visitor "access logs" for each domain I add to ispconfig. Is it the logrotate that determines how many logs are stored and how long for?

3.) What would be better to use with ispconfig 3 centos 6.3 64bit or 32bit?

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1) Not as far as I know. The debian script you used is also not a official script from ispconfig project.

2) Yes.

3) The recommended and most stable Linux distribution for ISPConfig is Debian 6 64Bit. You can use Centos with ISPConfig as well, but it needs more Linux knowledge to maintain it and you might get problems with Centos updates and package dependencies later. If you can not use Debian for your server because your vps provider does not offer a Debian VPS, then I would use the 64Bit Centos image.
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Thank you for your reply and sorry for my late reply. I have installed ispconfig on my VPS using Debian Minimal 64bit and it is working great! I am very pleased with Ispconfig as it does everything I require

Thanks for your help and again sorry for my late reply.

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