[ngw] co-existence of various services on the same "box" or "boxes"

Jeffrey D. Sessler jeff at scrippscollege.edu
Thu Jan 28 23:05:16 UTC 2016


I learned a long time ago that it’s best to run one service per server (physical or virtual). Virtual machines are cheap to spin up, and you get maximum flexibility. I learned that the hard way with trying to run IMAP with SMTP or POP on the same system. 

Jeff




On 1/28/16, 2:19 PM, "ngw-bounces+jeff=scrippscollege.edu at ngwlist.com on behalf of Daniel Wells" <ngw-bounces+jeff=scrippscollege.edu at ngwlist.com on behalf of Daniel.Wells at mhtn.com> wrote:

>No, I am not talking about co-existence with exchange.
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>I am trying to run a small GroupWise system on as few "servers" as possible, even through they are virtualized.  In particular, can the new "calendar server" co-exist on the same "box" as my "calendar publishing host"?  Am I going to have port issues doing so?
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