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It’s as simple as this: have SSH listen on the standard port 22, and when you check your server logs, you see all sorts …

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In this article we’ll setup a ready-to-deploy WordPress-compatible Varnish service as our HTTP reverse caching proxy, and have it cache the desktop and mobile …

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Is your website running into performance bottlenecks? Does the database or backend feel like a really expensive resource, even though you’ve got a huge …

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Last time around we made our Debian VPS ready with the LEMP recipe. Let’s now configure the stack and migrate over the old WP …

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In this first part, we deal with the LEMP (Linux, Nginx, MySQL, PHP) stack recipe and set up the basic server after installing the …

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It’s been said a million times over — Linux is awesome on servers! With over 60 per cent of the Web’s servers gunning away …

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If you are running WordPress on a VPS, you’ve got all the power in the world to run the site exactly the way you …

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In the previous article in the series on Openfiler, we discussed configuring RAID. Here, we will proceed with the installation and configuration of iSCSI. …

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The first article of this series discussed basic installation and configuration; the second described some advanced Openfiler features including bonded interfaces and RAID 1 …

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PHP, the “P” in LAMP, is a recursive acronym for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor. It is the most widely used programming language for Web applications …