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13 05, 2019

How To Install Netdata On Centos 7.04 Servers?

By |May 13th, 2019|Server Administration, Server Load, Server Maintenance, Server Management, Third party softwares, webserver|0 Comments

Netdata is a real-time monitoring tool with a beautiful web interface that monitors the live status of the server quickly and effectively. It grabs data from the server on CPU usage, Ram usage, Disk usage, and also network bandwidth. In this Blog, I will explain how to install Netdata on centos 7. 04 servers. [...]

14 08, 2018

How to install OpenLiteSpeed web server in centos ?

By |August 14th, 2018|Centos7, How to Install, Installations, OpenLiteSpeed, webserver|0 Comments

Open LiteSpeed is an open source web server which comes with a lot of interesting features that helps us to manage our sites effectively. Some of the features include 1) Page Caching – which improves the loading time of the sites thus enhancing performance. 2) A WebAdmin interface. 3) Apache compatible rewrite rules. 4) [...]

22 06, 2018

How To Harden Linux Servers ?

By |June 22nd, 2018|Apache, Hardening, linux, Security, Vulnerabilities, webserver|0 Comments

WEB SERVERS AND THEIR TYPES A Web server is a program that uses HTTP protocol to serve files in the form of web pages in response to their HTTP client request. The most commonly used web servers are Apache and IIS( Microsoft Internet Information Service). In the modern world, we can’t visualize a world [...]

26 02, 2018

How To Harden A cPanel Installed Apache Web Server

By |February 26th, 2018|Apache, Articles, Cpanel, webserver|0 Comments

Server security and hardening are the important aspects of any server. In this article let’s explore how to harden a webserver with Cpanel installed and Apache running on it. A web server is a well-versed computer and users save their website files and its databases on it. The server is always connected to high-speed internet [...]

16 02, 2018

How to configure a DNS cluster with WHM

By |February 16th, 2018|Articles, CPanel, Dns, webserver|0 Comments

A collection of name servers which share its records with each other is known as DNS cluster. They are physically separate name servers for handling web server requests. Suppose your name servers for a website are on different servers and if one server is down, the website remains up as the cluster maintains the functionality [...]

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