They charge per “app”, that is a PHP website. So it can only do PHP? Can you point domains to it?
It costs as much as my VPS. And it might only work with DigitalOcean.
Probably works on other providers. Still not worth it. Maybe once you get hacked it is.
How do they prevent you from running more then one PHP app on one website? Maybe it’s a per domain thing. You can edit the NGINX config, but they don’t provide support if doing so, and you might get hacked.
So, if I run every website under one account, it’s only $5.50 a month? That’s still a rip off. Also, if you do that, one website gets hacked, all of them get hacked.
Ha, they think Fail2ban is only for SSH. You can use it with other stuff. They say to use their HeatShield thing.
Must of used it a long time ago, I have an account. They changed the pricing, from what I read, it was $10 a month, no limit on apps.
It would actually be cheaper now, for me, with only 4 apps. But I still don’t like paying $0.50 per app.
apnscp is better if you need a ton of apps. That supports Ruby too, don’t think ServerPilot does. That does cgroup too. I’d have to pay to get that with CyberPanel. Don’t pay for CyberPanel, only 5 domains for $11 a month, the free plan is 1 domain. $28 per month for unlimited domains, but a 8 GB RAM limit, or $17 for no RAM limit, and 5 domains.
Don’t think apnscp runs every site as it’s own user, for PHP. That means one hacked, all hacked. Might as well keep using CyberPanel for free. Actually, I think it does, just doesn’t use PHP-FPM.
But you know how much of a pain it would be to restore all my sites? I do have backups, but I’d have to download em, to make sure they contain the database. Probably would have to recreate my email accounts. Or switch to email forwarding. If you pay $129, you get a lifetime license.
It’s not a replacement to a qualified system administrator. I’m not a qualified anything.
Running findbot.pl, doubt I’m infected though.
No point in using apnscp if it isn’t a replacement for a system administrator. Better off paying the $7 for ServerPilot.
Doesn’t look like any of my sites are hacked. Not even my sister’s husband’s.
Didn’t know you could prevent PHP from being able to write to files. Don’t ask me how, Google doesn’t say. Getting sleepy for some reason.