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linux is the most popular operating in the server world. Any kind of proxy sites, search engine as well as web hosting can be achieved using linux. Some of the commonly occuring issues with hosting are ddos.
website speed test is a performance check which are usually done for the web server performance evaluation. Another kind of hosting achieved on linux are vps hosting. Webserver such as Apache can be executed Apache performance tuning which would improve server response time.

ApacheBooster

ApacheBooster has been specifically designed to enhance the working of web-servers based on cPanel. ApacheBooster as the name suggests boosts the working ability of the Apache web server, which is according to the census the most used web server in the world! Nginx and varnish has been fused together in ApacheBooster to make it effectively  Full Article…

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Apache Redirection With Masking (Without changing the Url)

Linux Server administrators frequently come across requirements from clients such that they want to redirect their site to another URL WITHOUT changing URL, this can be done by adding a rule in .htaccess file. We can setup redirection for a domain without changing the url in the browser. For that open your .htaccess file and  Full Article…

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Key Based SSH Logins With PuTTY

In SSH, key based authentication are more secure while connecting to a server. On Windows Desktops we use application called Putty for accessing a linux server using SSH. We can enable key based authentication in Putty. 1. First we have to create a profile in putty for the target linux server. 2. We have to  Full Article…

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How do I find mysql root password in Ensim server?

Ensim was a popular control panel usually installed on linux servers as well as windows servers. Here is the command which you may execute on your ssh console of the server and will output the mysql root password cd /usr/lib/opcenter/mysql/ && python2.2 -c ‘from mysqlbe import *; print read_mysqlpass();’   PS. If you have a  Full Article…

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How to install missing cdp plugin in cPanel

If a client has CDP backups but doesn’t have the “R1soft restore backups” icon in their cPanel, the cPanel plugin is likely not installed. Installing this is a straightforward process, you simply follow the instructions provided at http://wiki.r1soft.com/display/CDP3/Setting+up+cPanel+Plugin When the CDP agent is installed the plugin is usually downloaded too, so check /root/r1soft-cpanel-plugin-1.1 as this  Full Article…

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Change document root in cPanel with root access

Steps to change the Document Root (with server root access) In order to edit the following files, you may need root access or sudo user access to server. ssh root@your-server.com Edit the following file: /var/cpanel/userdata/USER/DOMAIN Important! If you have an SSL certificate on the account, you may need to edit the following file as well.  Full Article…

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How to setup MX records in cPanel?

Your MX (Mail Exchange) records define where your email will be routed to. When an email is sent, the MX records are looked up publicly, and mail is routed directly to that server. Here is how to setup MX record for a domain Login to Cpanel Select the “MX Entry” icon from within your cPanel  Full Article…

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Mysql database size not showing in cpanel

You may see the mysql database size is zero in cPanel >> Mysql Databases, though the databases contains tables and data. In order to include the size of the databases while displaying disk usage in cPanel/WHM, use either of the following steps: 1) SSH to your server as root and edit the cpanel.config file #  Full Article…

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