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Shemeer

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Re: Shared and Dedicated hosting
« Reply #15 on: October 03, 2013, 08:44:15 PM »

Hello john,

Security is the most important aspect of an operating system.
Due to its unique authentication module, Linux is considered as more secured than other operating systems. Linux consists of PAM.
PAM is Pluggable Authentication Modules. It provides a layer between applications and actual authentication mechanism.
It is a library of loadable modules which are called by the application for authentication.
It also allows the administrator to control when a user can log in.

All PAM applications are configured in the directory "/etc/pam.d" or in a file "/etc/pam.conf". PAM is controlled using the configuration file or the configuration directory.

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Re: Shared and Dedicated hosting
« Reply #16 on: October 03, 2013, 09:22:44 PM »
Hello john,


             Linux is known as an operating system having absolute security than other ones.
Linux has Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM) which provides a layer between applications and actual authentication mechanism. The PAM is a documentation store of loadable modules called by the application for authentication. It is controlled using the configuration file or the configuration directory. All PAM applications are configured in the directory “/etc/pam.d” or in a file “/etc/pam.conf”. Using this operating system administrators are made assurance in control whenever a user can log in.
                     
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Re: Shared and Dedicated hosting
« Reply #17 on: October 04, 2013, 07:20:57 AM »
hi


Are there disadvantages to Hosted VoIP over other IP voice solutions?


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prakash.datasoft

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Re: Shared and Dedicated hosting
« Reply #18 on: October 04, 2013, 07:25:40 AM »
hello sir


Although Hosted VoIP can and is a great solution, it may not be the best solution for certain businesses.  Check out our Hosted VoIP 10 Questions you may want to ask, and our information on comparing hosted VoIP to an in-house IP-PBX.  Hosted VoIP, where the PBX resides off premise, can be deficient due to several factors, one of which is the quality of the Internet connection from the business to the hosted VoIP provider's servers.  If this WAN connection, including your ISP and the peering Internet partners that your ISP uses to pass your data, is not of good quality your signaling and voice quality of your VoIP calls will be poor.  Latent signaling could cause features to work erratically and poor network conditions, including latency, jitter, and insufficient bandwidth can all add up to make for poor performance.  Hosted VoIP is an excellent choice for small companies looking for a low initial cost business phone solution (check out our What Size Company is Right for Hosted VoIP), but only if they accept that there could be some quality issues.  In many cases these quality issues may not out weigh the other benefits including significant cost savings.  Each business is different and how an occasional dropped call or a poor quality call can affect it varies.


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Re: Shared and Dedicated hosting
« Reply #19 on: October 05, 2013, 01:42:08 AM »

Hi all,

I want know something :( :(
anybody can explain fork() system call?? and is a zombie?? :D


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Re: Shared and Dedicated hosting
« Reply #20 on: October 05, 2013, 01:50:51 AM »

Hello john,

fork() system call is used to create processes.
It returns a process id. After calling fork() system call, it becomes a child process of the caller. After creation of child call, the instruction followed by fork() will be executed after a new child process is created.

A zombie is a process which is completed the execution and still available in the process table. At the end of any process, all the memory resources pertaining to that process will be deallocated and can be used by other processes. The entry of the process will remain available.

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Re: Shared and Dedicated hosting
« Reply #21 on: January 30, 2014, 03:52:51 AM »
Hello sir,What is the diffence between shared and dedicated hosting??
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Shared hosting means numerous unrelated sites are hosted on one server (i.e. Free Web Hosting Plans). This kind cannot handle high traffic and is not appropriate for large websites with special needs such as a specific server side run-time. Numerous sites served from one machine.

Dedicated server means that it is dedicated to the one client and it is not shared with any other client.Dedicated servers usually allow for the customer to choose what operating system is installed on it and what type of hardware are they used.Dedicated hosting server where you can find reliable options and minimize the response time for the user requests.

I also get a dedicated server from this site TheWebPole.com for my Internationalized business. Here they offered linux and Windows based web hosting. They have many deals. They provide good customer service and support.

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« Reply #22 on: April 09, 2014, 11:07:34 PM »
nice sharing.