In this article we will briefly cover the basics of monitoring your server via WHM. By following this process you will learn how to find: service status, resource usage, and Apache stats.Continue reading “How to Monitor Your Server in WHM”
GitHub is a free repository hosting service, used as version control for web developers to download and push their code from their servers to other users. In our previous article on Installing Git on Ubunto 18.04, we’ve instructed on how to add Git to your Ubuntu VPS server. We’ll continue on and show you how to add and clone a repo from GitHub to your server.Continue reading “How to Create and Clone a Repo in GitHub on Ubuntu 18.04”
In this article, we discuss how to remedy the following error message in VSFTPD.
Continue reading “How to Solve the VSFTPD 500 OOPS Error”
500 OOPS: vsftpd: refusing to run with writable root inside chroot()
MySQL via Command Line 101: Basic Database Interaction
In this article, we will be discussing how to use MySQL to create a new user on Linux via the command line. We will be working on a Liquid Web core-managed server running CentOS version 6.5 as the root user. The commands used should also work on later versions of MySQL on CentOS as well.
MySQL is a relational database management application primarily used on Linux and is a component of the LAMP stack (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP).
- Log in as the root user.
- Have access to a terminal.
- Basic knowledge of the command line.
What is the relationship between an SSL and TLS? Most of us are familiar with SSL (Secure Socket Layer) but not TLS (Transport Layer Security). Both protocols are used to transmit online data securely between two endpoints. SSL is older than TLS, but all SSL certificates can use both SSL and TLS encryption. TLS is the replacement protocol to SSL as TLS is the updated version of the SSL protocol. TLS operates similarly to SSL by using encryption methods to ensure secure communication.Continue reading “SSL vs TLS”
Performing an upgrade to PHP on Windows Server
Keeping your software and applications up to date is a crucial part of maintaining security and stability in your web hosting systems. Unfortunately, updating system components and back-end software can sometimes be a frustrating and a difficult process. However, thanks to Microsoft’s Web Platform Installer, upgrading PHP on a Windows server with IIS is as simple as a few clicks.Continue reading “How to Upgrade PHP on Windows”
Git is one of the most popular tools used as a distributed version control system (VCS). Git is commonly used for source code management (SCM) and has become more used than old VCS systems like SVN. In this article, we’ll show you how to install Git on your Ubuntu 16.04 cloud dedicated server.Continue reading “How To Install Git on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS”
Upgrading your Storm® VPS (Virtual Private Server) is a simple process, and can be done in just a few satisfying clicks. Upgrades and making sure you are properly backing up your VPS are a necessity. Let’s face it, you work hard on your blog, or e-commerce store, and the traffic grows! That is why understanding Cloud VPS and maintaining it are so important. So, once you’ve optimized your WordPress site or Magento store, reward yourself with an easy upgrade process and increase the available resources to your Storm® VPS by following the steps below!
- These instructions are intended specifically for upgrading your Storm® VPS (Virtual Private Server).
This article will teach you how to create, modify and delete hosting package presets within WHM. While you can configure each option individually when setting up an account on your VPS server or Dedicated server, you may find yourself using the same handful of overall settings for a lot of your sites. By creating hosting packages you able to define preset packages with varying resources, making account creation that much quicker.Continue reading “How to Manage Your Hosting Packages in WHM”
- These instructions are intended specifically for solving the error: No matching DirectoryIndex (index.html) found.
- I’ll be working from both Liquid Web Core Managed CentOS 6 and CentOS 7 servers, and I’ll be logged in as root.