Reading Time: 5 minutes In this article, we will be reviewing the Apache Service Status. Sometimes checking the performance of a server can be difficult. Apache has built-in utilities that assist in monitoring the usage and performance of Apache. Apache Status also provides information that aids in performance auditing and control tuning.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Today, we will be reviewing how to configure Apache virtual hosts on a CentOS 7 server. If you host websites, chances are you are hosting more than one website. If so, knowing how and why these virtual hosts work should allow you to better understand why they are needed. By default, Apache can host only [ Read More ]
Reading Time: 8 minutes Load balancing and replicating multiple servers has a great array of benefits, though orchestrating and keeping them in sync can be very tricky. Here, we will walk through some of the load balancing options available, as well as setting up a very basic one-way replication sync between two or more servers behind a load balancer. [ Read More ]
Reading Time: 2 minutes Apache Main Configuration Files On a CentOS server, the package manager used to install the Apache web server (such as rpm, yum, or dnf) will typically default to placing the main Apache configuration file in of one of the following locations on the server: /etc/apache2/httpd.conf /etc/apache2/apache2.conf /etc/httpd/httpd.conf /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
Reading Time: 6 minutes When it comes to PHP execution, mod_fcgid (also called FCGI) is one of the heavyweight contenders. There are a few rival handlers, like PHP-FPM or mod_lsapi, which come close to matching its execution speed, but they generally leave something to be desired when it comes to fine-tuning and resource consumption. FCGI is built for speed [ Read More ]
Reading Time: 2 minutes If you are hosting more than one site on a server, then you most likely use Apache’s virtual host files to state which domain should be served out. Name based virtual hosts are one of the methods used to resolve site requests. This means that when someone views your site the request will travel to [ Read More ]
Reading Time: 2 minutes Apache is the most popular web server software in use today. Its popularity is earned through its stability, speed, and security. Most likely if you are building out a website or any public facing app, you’ll be using Apache to display it. At the time of this writing, the most current offering of Apache is [ Read More ]
Reading Time: 4 minutes When looking to host web sites or services from a Windows server, there are several options to consider. It is worth reviewing the strengths and weaknesses of each server type to determine which one is most likely to meet your particular needs before you spend the time installing and configuring a web service. Some of [ Read More ]
Reading Time: 3 minutes Apache Tomcat is an accessible, open-source application server used to house many of today applications. It’s free, stable, lightweight and is utilized to render Java coding as well a range of other applications. Today we will be focusing on how to install Apache Tomcat 9 on our Liquid Web Ubuntu server, specifically Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
Reading Time: 8 minutes EasyApache 4 installs, configures, updates, and validates your Apache, PHP and other services on your server. EasyApache 4 also supports multiple versions of PHP. This allows you to assign different versions of PHP to each of your domains. There are great tools that have been implemented with EasyApache 4 that makes managing PHP versions simple. Two [ Read More ]