OK, so a client of mine was unhappy with their hosting (the host used to be good, but got sucky over time)
They wanted to go with the ISP who does their VPN.
I said *shrug* fine, heres the spec.
PHP, MySQL and a couple of gig of bandwidth per month and a couple of gig of space.
Next I hear its all arranged, so I changed the DNS over on Saturday, late Sunday it had propagated and I got to see what we got.
Those **#$%$ have us on a Zeus server and it turns out they don't actually offer
I know better than to spit into the wind, so I am going to have to go with this.
Can anyone point me to some good tutes on converting from
Apacheto Zeus? I've found a couple of references, but they are missing little points like where does this Zeus script go? In the .htaccess file? (Seems unlikely)
Any advise welcome!
Cripes man that's a drag and I have no idea who on the board can - my first post was going to be "What's a "Zeus?" LOL... My feeling though, since it is a paid-for product is that you'd have some ability to talk to their tech support (both the new ISP and Zeus itself) - looks like it isn't too bad... web-based config, all *nix... probably pretty easy - but if you're big into mod_rewrite then that's where the troubles might start.
Good luck, please post your about experience!
Wow. An ISP/Hosting facility that doesn't use
I've never used Zeus, but suposedly it blows
Apache2 out of the water on performance.
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