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Just saw the ad here in WHT!!
I am very excited with it - anyone using RZ failover plans or at least HostingZoom?
Any bugs, errors, downtime?? Any problem with Database synchronisation or similar problems?
Most of providers that offer high availability plans seem to have problems in the beginning (like Mosso, Media Temple etc.).
Any input and experience is more than welcomed!!
I wonder how they have it setup. Cpanel currently is not friendly in clusters, but it really depends if it was setup at OS level or elsewhere.
Anybody knows if they use Cpanel or any other selfcoded control panel?
They definately use Cpanel - I am now reading all info in their site.
Also their parent company HostingZoom offers Cpanel failover setup for a month or so.
I wonder if there is heavy load for those real time data sync between the 2 servers (see diagram http://resellerzoom.com/failover-technology.shtml) or I wonder if they have mounted the /home directory to a SAN.
I am having a very bad experience with resellerzoom
you are free to belive or not
I feel relax as I am talking the truth
I'd imagine that it's rsync'd. That wouldn't take up too much load at all.
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This is not actually that high-tech, to be honest, it seems quite trivial to implement.
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Not trivial unless you factor in other things, like databases, mail, and other various services that can get messy to replicate but need to be in order for the concept to really be useful / effective.