Author: J. Mays

As a previous contributor, JMays shares his insight with our Knowledge Base center. In our Knowledge Base, you'll be able to find how-to articles on Ubuntu, CentOS, Fedora and much more!

How to Solve the VSFTPD 500 OOPS Error

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In this article, we discuss how to remedy the following error message in VSFTPD.

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Which Version of Drupal Am I Running?

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Which version of Drupal are you running? Good news! There are several different methods to determine which version of Drupal you are running.

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The Manage interface is Liquid Web's Account and Cloud Management Portal. From Manage, it is possible to control all of your servers and services, whether your deployment is one Cloud VPS or a combination of many dedicated servers and other cloud services.

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One of the many challenges that we may face while attempting to make modifications to a zone file, is knowing what the different records are used for.  This article highlight several of the commonly used records in an attempt to help demystify them.

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Introduction

Git is an open source, distributed version control system (VCS). It’s commonly used for source code management (SCM), with sites like GitHub offering a social coding experience, and popular projects such as Perl, Ruby on Rails, and the Linux kernel using it.

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lsyncd is an rsync-based tool that monitors specified directories (including subdirectories) for updates and modifications, then syncs those changes to a specified destination.

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Logwatch is a Perl-based log management tool for analyzing, summarizing, and reporting on a server’s log files. It is most often used to send a short digest of a server’s log activity to a system administrator.

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Memcached is a distributed, high-performance, in-memory caching system that is primarily used to speed up sites that make heavy use of databases. It can, however, be used to store objects of any kind. Nearly every popular CMS has a plugin or module to take advantage of Memcached, and many programming languages have a Memcached library, including PHP, Perl, Ruby, and Python. Memcached runs in memory and is thus quite speedy since it does not need to write data to disk.

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FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is likely the most well-known method of uploading files to a server; a wide array of FTP servers, such as vsftpd, and clients exist for every platform.

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PostgreSQL supports multiple client authentication methods including: trust, reject, md5, password, gss, sspi, krb5, ident, peer, ldap, radius, cert, and pam. Here we’re only going to concern ourselves with two: ident and md5.

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