Recent content by Timothy Kline

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    Out with the old, in with the new?

    Sending out a Thank You to Jonathan and WBW, as you were pretty close: My local router here was failing, apparently. And did, finally. The download speed is back to normal with the new router in place now. Still aiming to move to the newer hardware, though. :) --Tim
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    Out with the old, in with the new?

    Doh! You're right, of course, Jonathan. /facepalm And what do you estimate I'll see by moving to the gigabit port, in relation to the 5-8 MB/s of the 100MBps port? (I'm pretty decided on going forward with the move, but am still trying to wrap my head around this part of the inquiry, sorry.)...
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    Out with the old, in with the new?

    Good morning, Jonathan, and thank you for your response! Yes, I've been very happy with KH (obviously, since I'm still here, lol). :) I keep meaning to get around to an off-site backup solution, but there never seem to be enough hours in my days to actually do so-- and I rely both on the...
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    Out with the old, in with the new?

    Good morning, KH forum! Long time no visit, sorry. That's what happens when everything is running smooth as butter, I guess. However, last night I was downloading a client's CPanel backup (13gb) via FTP and I realized that it was taking forEVER. I started off at a download rate of about...
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    IMAP and a group email

    Those was some great and muchly-welcomed suggestions, @phpAddict! Already discussed these options with the client and they will be letting me know how they would like to proceed. Thanks, too, to Roman in Tech Support for his suggestions! Keep up the good! --Tim
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    IMAP and a group email

    One of my clients is interested in testing something that I pretty much brainstormed up, but I'm hoping to get some additional insight from anyone reading this. Right now, the client has a primary mail account into which emails flow from their online store, a separate dealer ordering system...
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    Boring.......

    Kinda takes the topic further off-topic, but the stunner for me was when EIG managed to buy Constant Contact! I've had a LOT of clients over the years who relied heavily on CC for their mailing campaigns, and I can't imagine the potential level of disaster if/when EIG bungles the acquisition...
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    Boring.......

    Same here. Just passed the one-year mark in January after abandoning the E.I.G. Titanic, surnamed Arvixe, while the captain there kept trying to reassure the passengers and the band played to the same tune. Sure is nice to be standing on solid ground after all that nauseating motion-sickness I...
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    Cpanel Accounts, Shared IP, and Server Configuration

    Good morning, everyone! Having passed the 1-year mark with KnownHost as well as my first dedicated server after years of shared and then VPS hosting the past couple years before coming here, I can see now where I would've done things a little differently. I'm hoping that there is a practical...
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    MySQL gremlin

    Just by way of follow-up: To resolve the remaining database connection issues, I used WHM to change the MySQL password for the impacted users to match the one listed in their respective wp-config file. Thank you to Chase L., Freddie A., and Luke M. for putting up with my persistent clamoring...
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    MySQL gremlin

    Thank you for your suggestion, Curdude! I tried that, but no go. Chase L. in Support might have found the issue after several other dead-ends. my.cnf(MySQL configuration) -- old-passwords = 1 He disabled it and in doing so restored access to the account I've been focusing on so that...
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    MySQL gremlin

    This past Friday, my dedicated server was upgraded to an SSD. A stock OS was installed on the SSD and then account restorations went next. One of the shockers was that all dedicated IP addresses were reset back to the primary IP, breaking two of my largest clients' sites. Got that sorted out...
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    Storing European User Data on USA Servers

    I certainly appreciate you taking the time to cover the topic, DanielP. It's still far too early to know just yet how this will all play out, but worth keeping apprised of the developments. Thanks again!
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    Storing European User Data on USA Servers

    Can someone from KH offer insight on this for those of us who host with you, especially on things we should be made aware of as this story continues to develop insofar as our own sites or sites we host for our own clientele? Storing European User Data on USA Servers? Thanks, in advance!
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    SSL certificate

    Ever since I stumbled across them, I've been buying my SSL certificates from NameCheap. Others probably have their own go-to source as well. --Timothy Kline
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