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Old 11-21-2003, 11:05 AM
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cPanel Clustering


Hello, I searched these forums and google for information on this. I cannot seem to find what i'm looking for. I'm not sure I understand what clustering does. I talked to someone from BurstNET about it but I still do not understand. He said I could order say 2 servers with 1000 GB bandwidth and when one goes down, the other picks up the sites. I was wondering how exactly this works. Do I need to have each server duplicating itself over and over? Or does anybody else know of another way to just make another server be able to back up another and the primary backup the backerupper Also could I perhaps run apache and DNS all by itself on 1 server then run everything else on another. If there is a better way to do this, please let me know or explain this in more detail or what clustering or the other way is. Thanks



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