ISPConfig 3 Manual and Features

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by qiubosu, Feb 3, 2012.

  1. qiubosu

    qiubosu Member

    i bought the previous version of ISPConfig 3 manual twice for 10 pounds in total. can i have the updated ISPConfig 3 manual for free? thanks.

    my ISPConfig 3 is installed/configured under Ubuntu server (there are several CMS websites installed in the same server as well). I have another web application needs to be installed under CentOS server. Both of these two servers (Ubuntu and CentOS servers) are behind a LAN (it is through a router and one public static IP address to connect to the WAN).

    For the web application installed in this CentOS server, can I setup, configure or host this web application in this ISPConfig 3 Ubuntu server? How if yes? If not, how can i easily resolve the hosting issue for this CentOS server?
     
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Regarding the manual, please contact me by email.

    Rearding the hosting problem, you can e.g. Use apache mod_proxy to forward the requests from the ubuntu server to the centos server.
     
  3. qiubosu

    qiubosu Member

    Thank you very much for the latest ISPConfig 3 manual.

    The ISPConfig hosting environment I setup is single servier setup (only one virtual machine, i.e. VM). Now I plan to replace it with multiserver setup (multiple VMs). I have below questions for you and thanks for your help on these.

    This multiserver ISPConfig hosting environment will only host the websites I develop (maximum sites will be 10 at this stage), and they're all under one Drupal CMS multisites system (all the sites share the same Drupal codebase and have their own databases). Some of the Drupal sites will host audio and video content.

    I don't plan to setup one server (VM) for each of all the services (e.g. dedicated web, email, DNS and MySQL database servers etc. services), while just use 2 or 3 VMs for all these services, so I'd like to have your advice on how to split these services (dedicated web, email, DNS and MySQL database servers etc. services) among to these 2 or 3 VMs.
    Questions:
    1) If use 2 VMs, which services should be setup on VM1 and the rest services on VM2? Is it a good idea to setup email, DNS services (including ISPConfig software) on VM1, and dedicated web and MySQL database services on VM2?

    2) If use 3 VMs, which services should be setup on VM1, VM2 and VM3? Is it a good idea to setup email, DNS services (including ISPConfig software) on VM1, and dedicated web and MySQL database services on both VM2 and VM3 (dedicated web and MySQL database services will consume more resources, due to audio and video content, so should use 2 VMs)?
    3) When this multiserver. multisites system setup sucessfully, will import it to public Cloud Computing environment, say Amazon AWS, for scalability. In this case, should use 2 VMs or 3 VMs to initially setup this system? how to split the above services to these 2 or 3 VMs?
    4) How well does the latest ISPConfig 3 system perform to host multisites system under multiserver setup, as described above?
    Haven't had enough experience on the system architecture for the above setup, it is much appreciated if you can help to offer your advice.

    Thank you very much.
     

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