Server Migration Services

December 20, 2013 Leave a comment

 

When its come to migrate your website/server, you must be getting scare thinking that will your application/sites will work on new server, will it be there any data loss. Will I loss my emails, dynamic website data , orders coming in each mins and more on DNS propagation will take 24-48 hours to resolve your DNS from new server.
How 365hostingSupport will help you with Server Migration?

Before I tell you how we can help you let me highlight the feature of the migration method we adopted :
Pretest of working on environment on new server
0% of data lost (includes dynamic sites, online order)
0% of email lost
No more wait for DNS propagation (hardly takes 30-45min)
Creates mirror copy of your existing server.
Install/copy custom applications if any.
Multi platform migration (Cpanel to cpanel , CPanel to plesk , Plesk to plesk , Plesk to cpanel)

Yes, what above mention is correct. We have developed custom application which gives you all above feature and get the risk free migration.
Many of customers has used this service and got amazed with it.

So why not try it, if your data can be migrate in timely manner and by paying affordable price for your valued data.

http://365hostingsupport.com/

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Server Migration Services

December 19, 2013 Leave a comment

Server Migration Services

When its come to migrate your website/server, you must be getting scare thinking that will your application/sites will work on new server, will it be there any data loss. Will I loss my emails, dynamic website data , orders coming in each mins and more on DNS propagation will take 24-48 hours to resolve your DNS from new server.

Before I tell you how this can help you let me highlight the feature of the migration method adopted :
Pretest of working on environment on new server
0% of data lost (includes dynamic sites, online order)
0% of email lost
No more wait for DNS propagation (hardly takes 30-45min)
Creates mirror copy of your existing server.
Install/copy custom applications if any.
Multi platform migration (Cpanel to cpanel , CPanel to plesk , Plesk to plesk , Plesk to cpanel)

Yes, what above mention is correct. By developing custom application which gives you all above feature and get the risk free migration. Many of customers has used this service and got amazed with it.

So why not try it, if your data can be migrate in timely manner and by paying affordable price for your valued data. To check more please refer to Server Migration Services with 365hostingSupport !

cagefs management providers + Cagefs Installation error

December 19, 2013 Leave a comment

Hello,

While installing Cafegs on your server you may have faced below issue:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/usr/sbin/cagefsctl”, line 4518, in <module>
main()
File “/usr/sbin/cagefsctl”, line 4066, in main
cagefsreconfigure.litespeed_configure()
File “/usr/share/cagefs/cagefsreconfigure.py”, line 90, in litespeed_configure
enableLVE_value = litespeed_cfg.getElementsByTagName(“httpServerConfig”;)[0].getElementsByTagName(‘enableLVE’)[0].firstChild.nodeValue
IndexError: list index out of range

To fix this issue you need to make sure that cloudlinux repo is been used properly using below command :

yum install cagefs –enablerepo=cloudlinux-updates-testing

If you still facing issues or configuration related help you may refer to some of cagefs management providers such as 365hostingsupport.com

Regards,

Cagefs + Hiding binaries

MariaDB with Cagefs

CageFS with MySQL Governor configuration

Hello,

MySQL Governor configuration is located in /etc/container/mysql-governor.xml

It is best to modify it using dbctl tool.
Examples:

$ dbctl set test2 –cpu=150,100,7000,, –read=2048,1500,1000,800
sets individial limits for cpu(current, short, middle period) and read(current, short, middle, long periods) for user test2

$ dbctl set default –cpu=70,60,50,40
changes default cpu limits.

All new limits will be applied immediately

To unrestrict user:
$ dbctl unrestrict username

To unrestrict all users:
$ dbctl unrestrict-all

To restrict user:
$ dbctl restrict dbgov

To restrict user to level 2 restriction:
$ dbctl restrict dbgov –level=2

To make governor to ignore user:
$ dbctl ignore username

Delete user’s limits, and use defaults instead
$ dbctl delete username

Once configuration file is updated, please, restart the governor using:
$ service db_governor restart

Example configuration:

Quote

<governor> <!– on – governor works in LVE mode. In that mode, users that use above limit amount of resources will be placed inside a single LVE –>
<!– off – governor works in DB DISABLE mode, when restricted users will not be able to connect to MySQL until unrestricted –>
<!– To change resource usage of restricted user in LVE mode use command /usr/sbin/lvectl set 3 –cpu=<new value> –ncpu=<new value> –io=<new value> –save-all-parameters –>
<lve use=”on/off”/>

<!– connection information –>
<!– If host, login and password are not present, this information is taken from /etc/my.cnf and ~root/.my.cnf –>
<!– Use symbol specified in prefix to figure out hosting accounts (mysql username will be split using prefix_separator, and first part will be used as account name). If prefix is not set, or empty — don’t use prefixes/accounts –>

<!– db governor will try to split MySQL user names using prefix separator (if present) and statistics will be aggregated for the prefix (account name) –>
<connector host=”…” login=”…” password=”..” prefix_separator=”_”/>

<!– Intervals define historical intervals for burstable limits. In seconds –>
<intervals short=”5″ mid=”60″ long=”300″/>

<!– log all errors/debug info into this log –>
<log file=”/var/log/dbgovernor-error.log” mode=”DEBUG|ERROR”/>

<!– s — seconds, m — minutes, h — hours, d — days –>
<!– on restart, restrict will disappear –>
<!– log file will contain information about all restrictions that were take –>
<!– timeout – penalty period when user not restricted, but if he hit his limit during this period he will be restricted with higher level of restrict (for more long time) –>
<!- level1, level2, level3, level4 – period of restriction user for different level of restriction. During this period all user’s requests will be placed into LVE container –>
<!– if user hits any of the limits during period of time specified in timeout, higher level of restrict will be used to restrict user. If user was already on level4, level4 will be applied again –>
<!– attribute format set an restrict log format:
SHORT – restrict info only
MEDIUM – restrict info, _all_tracked_values_
LONG – restrict info, _all_tracked_values_, load average and vmstat info
VERYLONG – restrict info, _all_tracked_values_, load average and vmstat info, slow query info
–>
<!– script — path to script to be triggered when account is restricted –>
<!– user_max_connections – The number of simultaneous connections of blocked user (in LVE mode) –>
<restrict level1=”60s” level2=”15m” level3=”1h” level4=”1d” timeout=”1h”
log=”/var/log/dbgovernor-restrict.log” format=”SHORT|MEDIUM|LONG|VERYLONG”
script=”/path/to/script”
user_max_connectins=”30″/>

<!– Enable or disable saving of statistics for lve-stats – On – enabled, Off-disabled –>
<statistic mode=”on|off”></statistic>
<!– Enable logging user queries on restrict, can be On or Off –>
<!– Files saves in /var/lve/dbgovernor-store and be kept here during 10 days –>
<logqueries use=”on|off”></logqueries>
<default>
<!– -1 not use limit(by default, current – required) –>

<limit name=”cpu” current=”150″ short=”100″ mid=”90″ long=”65″/>
<limit name=”read” current=”100000000″ short=”90000000″ mid=”80000000″ long=”70000000″/>
<limit name=”write” current=”100000000″ short=”90000000″ mid=”80000000″ long=”70000000″/>
</default>
<!– name will matched account name, as extracted via prefix extraction –>

<!– mysql_name will match exact MySQL user name. If both name and mysql_name are present, system will produce error –>
<!– mode restrict — default mode, enforcing restrictions –>
<!– mode norestrict — track usage, but don’t restrict user –>

<!– mode ignore — don’t track and don’t restrict user –>
<user name=”xxx” mysql_name=”xxx” mode=”restrict|norestrict|ignore”>
<limit…>
</user>
</governor>

Regards,
WLA-King

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