Clustering is a way for several servers to act as one. One InterWorx Control Panel box acts as the Director (Master), and the other InterWorx boxes are set as Nodes (Slaves). In the default configuration, nodes mount the /home partition of the director, so when someone comes to a site on the Director it will […]
Click the System Services menu item if it is not already open. Click the DNS Server menu item if it is not already open. Click the Overview menu item. Locate the Active DNS Services (Iterative) section. Click the checkbox next to the IP you want to update. Select Restart from the dropdown menu below the IP list.
Yes, it is generally safe to edit all of your configuration files from the shell without harming the control panel. InterWorx was designed that way. It parses the existing config files for settings to allow maximum customization. This does not, however, preclude some of your changes from possibly being overridden in an update. It is […]
This section of NodeWorx allows you to manage external MySQL servers. Once setup, these servers can be assigned to newly created SiteWorx accounts for use.
InterWorx will officially support our direct client’s issues with the InterWorx software and with the ancillary RPM’s which we provide (run rpm -qa | grep iworx for a list). Direct clients are those who purchased their license directly from the InterWorx website. Your license must be in good standing and support contract current to receive support. Problems […]