guideline for name-based web hosting justification
drechsau at geeks.org
Tue Sep 12 09:32:05 EDT 2000
On Mon, Sep 11, 2000 at 08:01:10PM -0500, Mury wrote:
> Have you ever tried to parse up to 1000 log files per system, with some of
> them around 500MB in size. It's not nearly as easy as it sounds.
> For some people it's feasable, but for most of us we *need* IP based
> By the way, we are setup to do a large number of URL's pointed at a single
> IP for some hosting applications, but for the majority of our sites, it is
> not an option.
Where we could get away with header parsing, we have.
Where we can not, we must use an IP, and if we need to, we will put up
a bunch of other shit as well since 99.9% of the customers we do web
hosting for also get all of their email from us, we can just run
virtual servers for them for their mail on their 'dedicated IP'. No
biggie, the mail cluster is going in behind loadbalancers with the web
boxes, this will be easy.
> On Mon, 11 Sep 2000, Alec H. Peterson wrote:
> > How about parsing access logs?
> > Alec
> > --
> > Alec H. Peterson - ahp at hilander.com
> > Staff Scientist
> > CenterGate Research Group - http://www.centergate.com
> > "Technology so advanced, even _we_ don't understand it!"
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