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  1. #1

    interesting reverse lookup

    Here is a reverse lookup ( of my domain registered at


    Server Type: Apache/1.3.29 (Unix) PHP/4.3.2 ( also uses Apache)
    Website Status: Active
    Reverse IP: Web server hosts 1281231 websites (reverse ip tool requires free login)
    IP Address: (ARIN & RIPE IP search)
    IP Location: United States - Arizona - Scottsdale - Go Daddy Software Inc


    1,281,231 websites on one machine is pretty impressive. -- taking care of your web site

  2. #2
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    Oct 2003
    Tas, Australia
    Wonder how they handle that...
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  3. #3
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    Apr 2003
    San Francisco, CA
    I bet this is load balancing BTW, I saw something similar to this for yahoo once...
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    Nov 2003
    Kissimmee, FL
    maybe unlimited disk space does exist after all
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  5. #5
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    Nov 2003
    Orange County, CA
    I would be willing to bet that the vast majority of those are not being hosted there, but parked. Having the domains being parked there would only require that a DNS entry for them be made.
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  6. #6
    I agree. -- taking care of your web site

  7. #7
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    Jul 2003
    Goleta, CA
    Certainly possible. That's still a lot of domains parked or otherwise on a server.
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  8. #8
    Thats almost def not 1 server - no doubt alot of those are parked - but...

  9. #9
    I agree with hostito seems like load balancing where the ipaddress till hits there network is just one but within the company network itself there is virtual technology that has different ipaddress for the internal server and uses the load balancing algorithm to shift the work load onto less busy servers and then again when outside world looks at them it seems to them that one server is doing the work....

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