I think most web hosting providers are aware by now that CentOS Project is being dropped in favor of CentOS Stream. I've heard many providers talk about migrating to either CloudLinux or Ubuntu. Your thoughts?
Is CyberPanel compatible with Debian? Or you migrated to different CP?
ISPConfig, knowing its popularity, should do well in this scenario. Of course, there are also other products. And good bye LiteSpeedPart of the reason for that particular change is separation and efficiency, we don't want to have a control panel installed separately on each web server, but to run the CP on an instance of it's own and have it manage sites on other servers.
ISPConfig, knowing its popularity, should do well in this scenario. Of course, there are also other products. And good bye LiteSpeed
I was thinking about moving to Debian too (used it years go), but I like CentOS so much, that I will it keep as long as possible: CentOS 7 until EOL, CentOS 8 - still considering options (including RHEL subscription).
Nice.We've found that if we amend all of the paths to config files (because ISPConfig puts things in very strange places) and with a bit of playing around we can get LSWS to run with it.
I don't like the name, to say the least. But if it will ever become the only available Linux distro on earth, sure I'll be considering it.The servers that we haven't migrated yet, we have moved from CentOS 8 to AlmaLinux