CP1-CP5 Moves to a new virtual environment

The time has come for many of our long-term customers to be migrated to our newest hardware! Luckily all of our clients on cp1-cp5 will be migrated by our team to a new virtual environment platform for free along with new IP addresses. These environments are being created to provide stronger and better server performance allowing your site to keep moving forward.

The new virtual environment platforms will provide you the following server configurations:

CentOS release 5.11 (Final)(x86_64)
Apache/2.2.31 (Unix)
PHP 5.4.45
PHP 5.5.30
Perl v5.8.8
Python 2.4.3
Python 2.6.8
ruby 1.8.7
Rails 2.1.2
OpenSSL 0.9.8e-fips-rhel5 01 Jul 2008
Zend Technologies
MySQL - 5.1.68

Sadly, this means that several of the features of your current server will no longer be available. These features are being left out because of each one has reached the end of life with their original developer and have become a security risk for your server.

Below is a list of articles we have created to inform you of possible issues or changes you may face on after the migration of your site is complete.

CDONTS or CDOSYS – What to C-DO?
ISAPI Rewrite alternatives
ASP Upload options
How to set up a virtual folder on a Windows 2003 server with IIS6
Differences between ColdFusion 5 and ColdFusion 7
Differences between PHP4 and PHP5
MySQL 5.1+ additions compared to MySQL 4.1.20

Note: Please remember that our team will migrate your content for you for free but are not responsible for updating any applications on your website. If you choose to not update your web development content to work with the new applications, your content may not load correctly or appear broken.

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