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    Server 2003 - Seperate severs for Apache, MySql & PHP

    Last night I setup a Server 2003 (Old Skool) box and installed Apache, MySql and PHP.

    I now realise I should probably install MySql on a seperate box, does anyone have a link to documentation or tutorial on how to do this?

    I'll also need a file server as well so any links or guideance on that would be helpful.

    All 3 boxes will need to contact each other as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danIT View Post
    I now realise I should probably install MySql on a seperate box, does anyone have a link to documentation or tutorial on how to do this?
    Should you? If it's not going to be (very) heavily loaded, keeping them together is perfectly fine.

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