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To do what you are asking all you need to do is open the domain record record for registration.abc.com and change it from point to the shared server to pointing to the VPS by changing the A record from the shared servers IP address to the VPS's IP address. As for no downtime by keeping the sub domain in place on the shared hosting server as well for the ...


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As @closetnoc states what you are after is known as the performance monitor in Windows. To launch it open the run dialog and type in perfmon and press enter. To get an immediate and real-time view of CPU utilization click on Performance Monitor on the left hand console tree. The colour scheme of the graph is different (red over white), but it is the same ...


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There is always the option of upgrading/changing your server, or going for an n-tier solution, like @PlanetScale Networks describes in his answer. Optimization One thing I would like to point out though is the benefits and money you can save, if before looking for more power and server resources, you try to optimize your applications and current systems. ...


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There are two options here, one would be to upgrade to a more powerful server if that is an option for you. The second, which is what you specifically reference is known as load balancing. This is where you have two servers running side by side and where the traffic to your application is split between the two, in effect each server takes half of the ...



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