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Tyger Server Network

Posted on: January 12, 2007

The plan

The plan is to install and configure two web application servers to manage and to host the Tyger and Iguana projects that I have recently developed a third project is also planned but is expected for release in febuary or march time. The servers will host the website, SQL servers, and CVS/Mirror  Service.

Server names

The idea is to have one of the servers the 1u Compaq DL320 I would say to be the web application server, this would be running Apache, PHP, Webaliser, A local copy (not used) version of MySQL. -Called Modena!

The Second server which will be a 4u AMD powered 1.5GB Memory monster with a 100+ GB hard drive with MySQL (Network accessible) and CVS Server installed, This server will also have Apache, PHP, Webaliser installed but will not be used. -Called Enzo

Both servers will have SSH access using ports 23(Modena) + 24(Enzo), The servers will both have Iguana Server stats installed to monitor uptime and performance. A special installation of Iguana Server stats will be implemented on Modena and the Iguana Server Stats from Enzo will be also displayed on the page so that I will be able to see remotely the RAM spec, uptime, connected users, services running… the lot!

Current Server Downtime

So far the current Iguana Server Stats server has been up 28 days as reported by Iguana Server Stats, When I get my other server back from the hosting house (the Compaq DL320) I will then take down the current web server which will be down for about a day before normal operation resumes as both servers will need to be re-installed, data copied back on, network to be re-configured and a trust relationship setup between the two servers. Both servers will be running Ubuntu 6.06 LTS Server. As you can probibly notice from my blog, I absolutely loveUbuntu and is my prefered choice of Linux. Dates and infomation regarding the server migration and server downtime will be posted on the current Iguana Server stats site days before the downtime and migration will take affect.

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