How to Install the Django Web Framework on Ubuntu 20.04
What is Django?
Django is a Python-based web framework that is used for developing complex, database-driven websites. It also operated under an open-source license indicating it is free to use. Django is ultra-fast and encourages security, and it is exceptionally adaptable, which is the cause of its immense popularity.
How to Install lsyncd on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS
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.
How to Sync Two CentOS 8 Servers Using File Replication
All online businesses need to account for growth. As a business receives more visitors to its site, the underlying infrastructure needs to scale to provide the same level of performance that the visitors are accustomed to. Horizontal scaling, the addition of more servers rather than increasing the power of the existing servers, is an easy way to build our web servers' ability to handle a more significant amount of traffic and protect us against hardware failure. Ensuring that the additional web servers have the same files and data is a potentially time-consuming and challenging task. Automating that task using free, open-source software, such as lsyncd, is a way to ensure that we have a safe, secure, and repeatable method of copying files from one server to another.
How To Sync Two Apache Web Servers
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.
Install Rsync and Lsync on CentOS, Fedora or Red Hat
Have you ever needed to copy files from your local computer over to your Liquid Web VPS server? You may have previously used File Transfer Protocol (FTP) applications for this task, but FTP is prone to being insecure and can be challenging to work with over the command line. What if there was a better way? In this tutorial, we’ll be covering two popular utilities in the Linux world to securely assist in file transfers, rsync and lsyncd. We’ll show you how to install and use both in this article. Let’s dig in!
Setup a Development Environment for CentOS using cPanel
Editing a website's code is often needed to update a site, but doing this to the live website could create downtime and other unwanted effects. Instead, it's ideal to create an environment especially for developing new ideas. In this tutorial, we will explore creating a development site specifically for CentOS servers.
Setting Up a Development Environment in Ubuntu
Often we want to edit our domain’s code, but on a production website, this can be dangerous. Making changes to the production site would not only allow all of the Internet to see unfinished changes but could also cause errors to display. As a workaround, we’ll create a testing domain or “dev” domain to work out any bugs and changes to the site.
How To Install lsyncd on Fedora 23
Lsyncd is an rsync-based tool that monitors specified directories (including subdirectories) for updates and modifications, then syncs those changes to a specified destination.
How to Install lsyncd on Fedora 22
lsyncd is an rsync-based tool that monitors specified directories (including subdirectories) for updates and modifications, then syncs those changes to a specified destination.
How to Securely Transfer Files via rsync and SSH on Linux
- These instructions are intended specifically for transferring files between servers via rsync and SSH on Linux.
- I’ll be working from a Liquid Web Core Managed CentOS 7 server, and I’ll be logged in as root.
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