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    Right now my site is setup on multiple servers... by that, I mean that the database is one one server, the vB forum is on another, the images on a 3rd and the homepage (which uses vB pieces) on a fourth. This is all for one site, but due to load issues, having multiple servers helps keep things running quickly.

    With the vB4 publishing suite, will I be able to do the same or will the entire suite have to be installed on one machine? I would imagine the vB4 forum only I could probably do the same as what I am doing now.
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  • #2
    I doubt this is something that has actually been tested out at this point. I would imagine that you could use htaccess to redirect the articles to a different server, but to be honest, I'm really not sure.

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    • #3
      Hey Kevlar, shouldn't be a problem seeing as own forum runs in a multi server environment as such Suite edition would be the same as forum in that regard.
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      • #4
        Excellent... that means that the publishing suite may be in my future, I just had to make sure it was something I could off-load to another server. The next thing I have to tackle is off-loading attachment file handling to another box. Oh the fun.
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