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You need to understand what a CDN is. Indeed, CloudFlare can't speed up your PHP scripts or MySQL queries. CloudFlare will host your static resources (images, videos, JS and CSS files, etc.) on many servers over the world to permit to all your visitors to download them faster (in relation to their location) when visiting your website.


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Overwrite permission denied suggests that DreamHost forgot to enable AllowOverwrite on the new server, which means you can't edit existing files, only upload new ones. To fix it yourself, add the following lines to the .htaccess file in your root directory. You'll have to open the existing .htaccess file if there is one, copy the contents to your clipboard, ...


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I'd like to clear up a couple of things mentioned here; we definitely do not know any exact times/estimates for when the IP of a shared Apache service might change. It is true that it does not happen frequently, as it largely depends on when reconfigurations or hardware restarts/upgrades are needed, or in the other rare case of your sites being moved to ...


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As others have said, it's working now. For the actual reason: Just wait a little while. This error comes up on Dreamhost when you make some kinds of edits–in your case see the "DNS changes" heading for a detailed explanation–and they haven't fully resolved yet. If it lasts more than a couple of hours, then you should file a support request, because ...


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It doesn't cost anything extra on DH, and it shouldn't cost anything extra on any other web hosts. All the Gmail integration does is let you choose Gmail as your email provider when you set up a domain. When you do this, DH simply creates the MX records needed to direct all emails for that domain to Gmail's servers. The Google Hosted integration is similar, ...


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Just to help clarify... CloudFlare caches these static content files by default If you want to extend our caching beyond static content, as mentioned, you can use PageRules to accomplish this. Really not going to help speed up mysql queries.


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You will find this information in Cpanels raw access logs. View the FTP logs If you need to see who has accessed your site with FTP, you can view this information in the raw access log files for your website. You can download these log files from the cPanel Raw Access Logs screen. FTP logs will include ftp_log in the filename. PICK ...


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You should test the site on http://tools.pingdom.com/ first, see what files are taking the longest to load. More importantly, is it the connection time and lookups, or is it the file transfer? If it's the former, then you need to look into better hosting. If the latter, then you'll need to read the rest of this answer. Now before I say any more, try with ...


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To redirect a domain to another from the panel, you'd head to your Domains > Manage Domains page click "Edit" next to the domain there. There's a redirect option on the next page. To redirect only a specific page to another domain/url, a PHP redirect is your best alternative to using .htaccess: http://wiki.dreamhost.com/PHP_Redirect Reach us at Support > ...


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Works fine for me too: play.mink7.com Coming Soon! The DreamHost customer who owns play.mink7.com has not yet uploaded their website or has chosen to leave this holding page active. If you are the owner of this domain, you'll find your login information contained within the emails sent to you when your account was activated. Once logged in, you'll be able ...


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I have just found a solution to this problem: Find the following line in /etc/proftpd/proftpd.conf: Set off to disable IPv6 support which is annoying on IPv4 only boxes. UseIPv6 on Switch this to off Restart the server


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As of today, I am still experiencing the same problem with DreamHost FTP. And every time DH support rest FTP server, the problem re-appears after a few hours. Solution: Use SFTP on port 22. It works for me so far. Edit: sorry for the confusion, I am not the thread owner. But this is a well known issue among Dreamhost.com users and I just try to post a ...


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Go to your domains settings in dreamhost. Then click on DNS link under the domain name. You'll find CNAME records setting over there. Just enter the nameservers of godaddy in this field. Save the settings and in few hours it'll point to godaddy servers. Once you point nameserver to respective host, the FTP and control panel settings apply only if you "add ...


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For the naked domain (eg, stackoverflow.com), add an A record for the hostname @ pointing to the IP address for the GoDaddy server. For other subdomains, add a CNAME record pointing to the domain name of the GoDaddy server. (For compatibility reasons, a naked domain cannot have a CNAME) To find the IP address or domain name, or to use FTP, consult the ...


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In your case I would suggest to go with dedicated type of server where you will have your own IP and mail server so you can send as many emails as you wish. Such "dedicated" server could be: Fully dedicated -- physical server with unique IP where all resources belongs to you. Can be quite expensive. VPS (Virtual Private Server) -- few virtual servers can ...


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It turns out that I don't need to do anything special, but there is a slight twist with the urls: static content in /public/ (e.g. <mydomain>/public/foo/index.html) is served from a url missing the /public, so the example would be served as http://<mydomain>/foo/index.html. Obviously, trouble will ensue if static directories and django urls ...


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Sorry about mass, The error was in regexp, My laptop could handle but dreamhost caused problem. I changed it to basic str_replace and now it survives.



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