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Old 15th December 2006, 20:21
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Default VPS + Shared Hosting Failover?

I would like to host my website on a VPS, but I am kind of worried about my ability to keep the server running 24/7/365 and I can't afford downtime at the moment.

Currently I have a shared linux reseller hosting account. How can I set up a VPS so that when it goes down, my shared hosting account will take over?
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Old 16th December 2006, 12:26
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You'd need at least one additional load balancer. Have a look at this tutorial: http://www.howtoforge.com/high_avail...apache_cluster
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