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    Discuss away. All questions and comments are welcome!

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    will the DNS servers be one set or two on different connections to the internet ...?

    This is great news BTW thanks for the update

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    You will get two nameservers as you have now, however this time they will be on seperate class C networks. This should ease problems with certain foreign domains that require this. Hopefully that answers your question.

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    Hi Andrew,

    That's great news!

    I'm assuming the oldest servers will be upgraded first? Will all servers be upgraded? I'm on cpanel34, which i assume would be one of the last to be upgraded?

    Thanks.

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    Cool. Great update Andrew. I was waiting for PHP5 so I can run whois.cart among other stuff. I wish you can make a special server for RoR, but then again... these are fine for now.
    my signature was deleted. i miss my signature-filled-with-helpful-dathorn-links *sniff*sniff*

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    Very cool is what I think Andrew.

    You mentioned cpanel10 as being the first to be moved. If that is the case, do you have a schedule in place yet? Will there be any downtime? If so, how long?

    Do I need to shut my forums down, or will the transfer be transparent?

    I look forward to PHP5, as more and more of my software supports it.

    Thanks for all of your continued efforts and hard work!

    Jim

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    For those of us who created our own nameservers, what is the protocol? Create new nameservers the same way we did the old ones, and then switch at the registrar?

    Guess I'll have to look up some old info to figure this out.
    ~ Tim Gallant ~ http://www.pactumweb.com

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    PHP5? Will PHP4 stil be available in same way as it is now?

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    When you plan upgrade cpanel19 server?
    I am realy need DNS servers in separated class network

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    Andrew, glad your customers are important to you....some really nice improvments there.

    Can you give us an idea of how long it will take to switch all the servers over and a general idea of what order you are thinkng of?

    I'm on two seperate servers...will there be a huge gap between their upgrades?

    anyway...thanks for your efforts.

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