Tag: Apache

What is the Difference Between NGINX and Apache?

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When comparing NGINX vs Apache Web Server, developers should consider the advantages and disadvantages of both offerings. The needs of your website or applications will determine which of the two pieces of webserver software to choose.

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Apache HTTP Server is a free and open-source hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP) web server commonly used on Unix, Linux, and Solaris platforms. Created by American software developer, Robert McCool, it was released in 1995 and quickly obtained a majority hold on the web server market. The primary advantage of Apache is that it is generally free and typically packaged as one fourth of the LAMP stack.

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LAMP stack stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP - a set of open source software installed on your server to host dynamic websites and applications. Each component of the LAMP stack has a distinct purpose:

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Websites and applications with a large amount of traffic will benefit from load balancing. We will dive into what it is, the methods of load balancing, its benefits, and its uses for load balancing.

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Introduction

Zabbix is an open-sourced tool used to monitor various IT components such as servers and hardware that they are running, cloud services, whole networks, etc. Zabbix can monitor the network health and integrity of your servers. All monitoring can be done through Zabbix’s web-based frontend. This means that you can quickly check the status of your servers from anywhere! This article describes how to install the Zabbix monitoring tool, create a database, and configure the frontend on Ubuntu 20.04.

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In this tutorial, we discuss the Apache .htaccess file and the many ways it can be modified and configured to suit your specific needs. We will be reviewing how to configure .htaccess redirects, rewrites, and add other customizations.

Let's say you have decided to change domain names or have one web address on your site that you want to redirect to a completely different location. Using a .htaccess redirects, you can send visitors to the new page or site automatically!

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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.

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What is lsyncd?

lsyncd is a rsync-based tool that monitors specified directories (including subdirectories) for updates and modifications, and then syncs those changes to a specified destination. It is a lightweight command application that is easy to install and configure using the popular Lua language.

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What is Apache Bench? 

Apache Bench is a benchmarking tool that is included with the Apache web server software. It is designed to provide an impression of how our Apache installation will perform under different circumstances. Specifically, it shows us how many requests per second our Apache installation can serve.

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How to Enable Piped Logging in Apache

Posted on by Justin Palmer | Updated:
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Apache by default logs data directly to log files. While this isn't a bad thing, it is not your only option. Both Apache 1.x and Apache 2.x bring with them the option of enabling something called "Piped Logging", though cPanel will only allow you to enable it for version 2.x.

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