I don't think that is the case since it is running on the same platform as our other servers in Waco, not dedicated. We haven't run jodohost.com on a purely dedicated server now in years, in Miami it was run off of winsd1.That's interesting.. the ping to a client's existing site is ~315, but ping to jodohost.com is ~295. This is from Perth, of course, most isolated city in the world. I gather the slight improvement is probably just that jodohost.com isn't running on a shared server.
IPs will change, but SSL certs can be moved/exported without issueSo the email said something about IPs needing to change. What about sites with dedicated IPs and SSL certificates? I have a couple. Am I going to need to buy new certs?
Will all IPs be changing?
I have a VPS server in the 184.108.40.206 - 220.127.116.11 range. The machine has an IP-based trust with a network of servers that I will need to update. This might take a while, so I would like to be notified ahead of time if a new IP needs to be assigned.
IPs will change, but SSL certs can be moved/exported without issue
good, important question there.
Could you please provide us with some "insight" or preparedness steps as to what is required for us to change Our Customers' Dedicated IPs and the SSLs.
It is my understanding that JodoHost will transfer the certificates, behind the scenes. Is this correct?
Can you tell us how these two items, 1) change in Dedicated IPs and 2) transfer of SSL certs. will be effected (if at all) in terms of outage. requirements from us (resellers) and from out clients, SSL issuers, and ecommerce/payment processes. And what would be the expected legacy lifespan for old IPs to be lingering around.
(we have two SSLs needing to be renewed this month and it would be great if this can be done with out incident)
Just want to be sure we can have our ducks in a row, on our end. Thanks ./A
We will work on that as best possible, but coordinating this via ticket on the scheduled times for moves would be good as well.I'm a little concerned. My websites had to have write permissions set for .Net 2.0 and it looks like those were gone on Win 7
ah ok those permissions are indeed due to the restore process and not the normal file transfer we will be using here with others.Hopefully the rest will do better then Win7.
My site there lost FTP permissions which got fixed but I'm still going back and forth with support to get the other permissions set.
I still have about 40 clients on shared... I was only going to move them to my VPSs per their request.
ah ok those permissions are indeed due to the restore process and not the normal file transfer we will be using here with others.
The issue on it is that for some reason on 2k3 we can't set the one setting globally for your user, it just doesn't want to stick, we have to go through every folder setting them, a real pain.
This happened in one other file level restore before.
Just as a FYI normally you can go to 'advanced options' and set it to replicate the file permissions to all, in 99% of cases this works, but from the file level backups they are marked read-only for some odd reason, and even unchecking that tag doesn't stick on the subfolders.This is what I have to do on my VPSs and it is a pain... no way to set a bunch a directory permissions at once.
I'll give a list of folders that have to be set next time.