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Host Multiple Web Sites with One Physical Server – Virtual Hosting with Apache

In this video, I show you how to use a single Ubuntu server to host multiple web sites through one instance of Apache with Virtual Hosting.
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Dedicated Server Hosting, by Bluehost.com

Dedicated Server Hosting, by Bluehost.com

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MCLI Server “Farm”

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MCLI Server “Farm”

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A tour of the mcli server "farm", more of an agglomeration.

Starting from the left, we have "Jade", a 1.33GhZ Apple Xserver that runs CogDogBlog (weblog plus a few more), the Feed2JS site as well as virtual hosting Maricopa eP, an electronic portolio system. The Xserve also does some QuickTime streaming, such as our examples of Digital Stories created by faculty in a summer workshop.

Below the table, the left tower is Azurite, a Mac OSX server (1 GHz) that mainly hosts project files and FileMaker databases used my our office staff. It runs as a web server just a copy of our Writing HTML tutorial as well as a smaller amount of QuickTime streaming.

The tower on the right is a 664 MhZ Pentium 2, also know as "Realgar" where I test a few new applications, run an evaluation license of Helix (Real Media server), and some things like a copy of my Kiwi Wiki.

To the right of this is a 20 minute APS battery backup. Just in case your power goes out… for less than 20 minutes. All the servers are set to reboot if their power goes out.

What is really cool is a new Belkin OmniViewKVM switch (left of the monitor), a 4 way switchbox so you can use one Keyboard, Video, and Mouse to switch between 4 computers– the nice feature here is the ability to connect to either USB (Mac) or PS/2 (the old PC) connections.

Finally, on the shelf above are 4 FireWire hard drives, used for backups of the two Mac servers with Retrospect. Each server rotates backups between two external drives.

The PC server backs up over the ntetwork to another server upstairs, which then does its own backups on a dedicated tape drive.

My desk

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A recent shot of my computer set up at home. The left monitor is a 15" widescreen which I use to test on a older PC, right now it’s running CentOS 6. The middle monitor is my main, it’s a Asus 27" and the monitor to the right is a Asus 24" as the secondary. On the very right is an iPad when I want to watch a movie or listen to music.

The placement of the second 24" monitor is not ideal, but the desk is limited on space and really didn’t want to take the speakers off the desk. Desk is an Ikea Galant. On the desk is a XXL sized Trac Pad, on the left is another X sized Trac Pad, then my mouse pad is a Trac Pad Pro with a 3M mouse pad stuck on it.

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