Monthly Archives: October 2008

20 10, 2008

Server Securing

By |October 20th, 2008|General discussions, Server Security|0 Comments

Securing Your Server Below given are some of the steps that can be used to secure your server. Disable identification output for Apache To disable the version output for proftp, SSH into server and login as root. At command prompt type: pico /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf Scroll (way) down and change the following line to ServerSignature Off Restart [...]

20 10, 2008

Apache Optimization

By |October 20th, 2008|General discussions, Server Security|0 Comments

MaxClients ————— The number of worker processes is limited by the parameter MaxClients. MaxClients = Total RAM dedicated to the web server / Max child process size. The default value of  MaxClients is 150. If we have a server with 1gb of ram and  child process take an average size of 20 mb. We can [...]

20 10, 2008


By |October 20th, 2008|General discussions, Server Setup, VPS|0 Comments

Master configuration Run the script from /root -------------------------------------------------------------- #!/bin/sh if ! [ -f /usr/bin/yum ] ; then echo You at least need yum installed for this to work... echo Please contact our support personnel Or visit the forum at echo "               " exit fi if [ -f /usr/bin/yum ] ; then yum -y install [...]

17 10, 2008

Open VZ installation

By |October 17th, 2008|Server Setup, VPS|1 Comment

With reference : Requirements This guide assumes you are running recent release of Fedora Core (like FC5) or RHEL/CentOS 4. Currently, OpenVZ kernel tries to support the same hardware that Red Hat kernels support. For full hardware compatibility list, see Virtuozzo HCL. Filesystems It is recommended to use a separate partition for container's private [...]

11 10, 2008

Installing RV Sitebuilder

By |October 11th, 2008|Third party softwares|0 Comments

Installing RVSiteBuilder: # cd /usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/docroot/cgi/ # rm -f rvsitebuilderinstaller.tar # wget # tar -xvf rvsitebuilderinstaller.tar # chmod 755 addon_rvsitebuilder.cgi Now open WHM, ->> Add-ons section ->> RVSiteBuilder Installer menu. Click RVSiteBuilder Installer to begin the installation process.

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