First of all that article is mostly for WordPress users which host their blogs on a VPS, some of the advices I’ll give you will also improve your security on shared hosting, but most of this weight falls on your hosting provider. 1. The MOST important thing to do(or NOT do in this case) is […]
Category: Server Administration
Lets say you just setup a RAID1 Array 😀 and you want everything that matters saved there, your web projects are the easies part, just copy the files and modify the vhost, but your databases are also vulnerable and are even more critical then the files. MySQL requires a few extra steps to change its […]
I started configuring an HP ProLiant N54L microserver today and when I got to the raid array part I noticed that some of the tutorials for debian are not quite working, so I made this step by step tutorial for the others having problems out there.
There are tons of tutorials like this online, so I’ll keep it as short as possible. DON’T USE UNETBOOTIN TO CREATE BOOTABLE FLASH DRIVES!NO…REALLY DON’T. I made a bootable Debian Wheezy 7.4 drive yesterday using UNETBOOTIN and started the installation, everything seemed normal except for the missing option to choose from GUI or Console installation, […]
Apache is one of the most used webservers worldwide, and if you’re hosting a website somewhere the odds are you are using it. Those of us which use a VPS or a Dedicated server to host their project might notice that as the traffic to their site rises their server slowly starts to eat up […]
I`ve experimented with many VPS configurations in the last several months and I decided to write a wordpress tutorial about the fastest, and most optimized solution I`ve come up with. The server I`ll be using is Dual-Core, 3 GB RAM, Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit(Not the best OS solution I know but it easy to work with) […]