As my services have expanded over the last 12 months, I'm at the point where the current backup server is running out of space. I've just ordered a new server, which has 4x10TB drives in RAID10, so will provide 20TB of storage for backups.
CPU1: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1271...
I've been made aware of a HUGE increase in cPanel licence costs.
They are bringing this in with immediate effect, which means I'm no longer offering this as an "included" feature of my managed VPS offering. I will also need to review all the existing VPS...
I've moved this site back to Digital Ocean, so it's now split from the billing software.
ipv6 is also enabled and working (my phone with EE used ipv6 and I've tested and it's working correctly).
As it's also a new VPS that is running, it's installed with nginx 1.15.0 which is a new release...
I've added a new module to the billing software, that will allow people to check for, and unblock their own IP address.
Go to Support --> IP Address Unblock.
It will automatically populate your current IP address, and then check for it (and remove the block if it finds it). This checks all...
One of my first VPS that I set up with them. No longer needed, so I'm going to be destroying it:
14:21:42 up 608 days, 18:57, 2 users, load average: 0.04, 0.03, 0.05
Can't argue with that sort of stability for $5 a month!
Just got my forum moved over to Linode (thanks Matt !) Forum is running super fast, and all is well.
I just thought about backups though, and the fact that nothing is backed up as far as I know.
Linode offers a backup service, is this sufficient for my forum? Do I need something else? Never...
Starting with a clean CentOS 7 setup, I will install and configure nginx using Centminmod.
Using the latest 1.17.X release
PHP 5.3.29 for vBulletin Support
Tune my.cnf based on server specification
Memcache / Memcached...