New Server Hardware Recommendations?
Chad R Mayfield
chad at planetmayfield.com
Thu Feb 19 11:50:36 MST 2009
On Feb 19, 2009, at 11:41 AM, Shane Hathaway wrote:
> Nicholas Leippe wrote:
>> Not if it's a *personal* server for his home lan... his local 100Mb/
>> GigE is going to outperform anything crossing his DSL/cable
>> connection hands down.
> Right. I have both, a home server and an externally hosted virtual
> server. The external server is better for hosting web sites, while
> the home server is better for unusual stuff like:
There is no reason why someone who wants *total* control could not run
their own VPS and Home Server. Using something like Proxmox you
can run your own OpenVZ containers or KVM machines to host your
website and also experiment with the crash prone os's that you might
install in a new KVM. Obviously your connection and hardware would be
the two major factors in deciding on this method.
I have actually been doing this for quite sometime and it works quite
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