As announced on December 8th, 2020, the CentOS project announced via their blog post, that they will be ending development and support for CentOS 8 at the end of 2021. Instead, they will be focusing their efforts on CentOS Stream instead, effectively making CentOS ahead of the development lifecycle of Redhat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). Unfortunately,
Here at 1GServers, we are continually looking for ways to innovate our services. I am pleased to announce that we are now offering the ability for you to boot any of our Auto Deploy Servers into Netboot.xyz! This has been a very popular request, and we can understand why. This gives you the power to
Since 1GServers got it’s start in 2012, we have been assisting our customers that wish to make it easier to manage their website, or those that wish to provide web hosting services, install and optimize cPanel/WHM. It’s actually very easy to get started using cPanel/WHM, but it’s also important to make sure it’s setup optimally.
The highly anticipated latest major release of CentOS, version 8, was made available on September 27, 2019. Since it’s release, we’ve been working hard developing and testing integrating CentOS 8 into our workflow. We are pleased to announce that we now fully support the installation of CentOS 8 on both our auto deploy servers and
For a few years, a dedicated server with a 1Gbps uplink has been standard. Prior to that, most dedicated servers were limited to either 10mbps or 100mbps uplinks. As bandwidth usage trends continue to rise each year, with the advent of streaming media and other bandwidth intensive applications becoming the norm, it’s important to be
Needing to re-install an operating system onto a dedicated server is necessary from time to time. Whether your server needs a fresh start, you want to upgrade the OS or if you simply want to switch operating systems, we’ve made it very simple to do. Usually to accomplish this, you’ll need to open a ticket
In my first article to launch the 1GServers Blog, I wanted to discuss a question that frequently gets brought up: Should I use RAID 5/6 on my dedicated server? The answer to that, in my opinion, is a hard NO, and I’ll elaborate further on why I think that. It might be tempting to want