Would you put web-server on the same machine as your company internal database?
Apollo at Carmel Music & Entertainment
lists at carmelme.com
Fri Jul 16 18:09:45 UTC 2004
I am leaving for a different industry and would like to stop doing any
IT. I got burned out with technical stuff, I am tired of it. I true
talents are in operations, not in IT, and I want to keep myself
exclusively for IT.
John Dangler wrote:
> If your're leaving, and the job is _really_ a part-time effort, why don't
> you setup a consultant agreement with them and continue handling it?
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> On Behalf Of Apollo at Carmel Music & Entertainment
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> Subject: Re: Would you put web-server on the same machine as your company
> internal database?
> Well. I am leaving my company and I need to find somebody to freelance
> (since IT was just a small part of my job). So I was thinking about
> moving everything into one server and doing RAID1 on it. In case
> something crashes, I can just have Dell (or whoever I find) get here and
> restore the thing back to normal. Also running one server might be
> cheaper. I don't know, I am leavin, but I do care about the company, so
> I don't want to leave them in the dark ages, just cause they can't
> afford to get a part timer to do it.
> John Dangler wrote:
>>I would if the two were on separate devices. But why not link the two in
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>>On Behalf Of Apollo at Carmel Music & Entertainment
>>Sent: Friday, July 16, 2004 1:34 PM
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>>Subject: Would you put web-server on the same machine as your company
>>I thinking about consolidating my two servers into one. Right now I have
>>separate server for my Apache/RealMedia server and separate server for
>>Samba/MySQL for internal use.
>>Would you consolidate these two into one?
>>My perimeter is guarded by a custom firewall machine.
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