1. Please take a little time for this simple survey! Thank you for participating!
    Dismiss Notice
  2. Dear Pleskians, please read this carefully! New attachments and other rules Thank you!
    Dismiss Notice
  3. Dear Pleskians, I really hope that you will share your opinion in this Special topic for chatter about Plesk in the Clouds. Thank you!
    Dismiss Notice

Seperate Mysql server

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by DigitalCrowd, Apr 22, 2005.

  1. DigitalCrowd

    DigitalCrowd Basic Pleskian

    24
    23%
    Joined:
    Jul 5, 2002
    Messages:
    58
    Likes Received:
    0
    Hello!

    I host a few heavy mysql sites. Although I realize that Plesk doesn't allow you to have folks create databases on other mysql servers, what is the experience people have with using seperate mysql servers, what are the disadvantages?

    I suppose a machine that is burdoned with serving numerous hosts, handling DNS, mail and all sorts of other processes, if it is starting to slow down, if we were to spin off two larger databases to a seperate server, would you see a large increase or would it be better to just move that domain and mysql to a different server, as one unit?

    Which would people recommend who have done both?
     
  2. worker

    worker Guest

    0
     
    > heavy mysql sites
    Could you explain this? i.e. are they hosting a gallery/forum or mapping genoms?

    You should probably look into some server tuning first. Stopping and shutting down unused services. Tuning the running applications like mysql, apache, bind, etc. And also disk io, i.e. something like hdparam.

    I do think that Plesk should support remote mysql servers from the control panel though, that would be nice and Im sure there are alot of people that want/need it.
     
  3. divad

    divad Guest

    0
     
    You could easily host your seprate database on another server and create a custom button in plesk for each client who needs it... if you heavy mysql sites are that heavy.

    -David
     
  4. Cranky

    Cranky Guest

    0
     
    It may even help to offload mysql to a second HDD on a single server - it'll reduce I/O strain as you'll have 2 drives performing the work 1 would usually be doing.

    Otherwise, yep you'll need to configure it manually via a custom button - should work fine but make sure you have a very fast network connection between physical servers to minimise latency/delay.

    Plesk for Windows allows you to offload MySQL so I figure Plesk 8 for UNIX/Linux will too...
     
Loading...