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    What does it mean when... ?

    What does it mean when and what it does and how much cpu/bandwight takes and etc for the webhosting company to enable you to access the SQL true php ?

    Is that a defalt on all hosting biz ?

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    I'm confused....could you please rephrase the question?

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    Ok, I have many question on how to provide SQL and wich is the best way can you tell me ?

    Shold i host the SQL on a diferent server ?

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    some hosts do have a separate SQL server...it just depends on whether or not you feel it would be cost efficient to run a separate databse server...

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    What are your advise's ?

    And if i host the SQL on the same as the web and etc how many host do you recomend me to put on the server ?



    Thanks sooooOOOOooo much for the help men

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    That's entirely dependant upon the specs of your machine. Obviously, a dual 2 ghz with 2 gb of memory is going to hold more than a celeron 1 ghz with 256 mb.
    justin 'at' abrogo.com
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    Intel 1.7 Gz
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    What do you think ?

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    What OS are you hosting on Windows or Linux ?
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    linux red hat 8.0

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