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How to disable SSL on Webmin Miniserv

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Webmin is one of the most commonly using Web Hosting control panels. This is an open source control panel which works on port 10000. Miniserv is the name of the web server application which handles the Webmin Web application. By default, Miniserv uses SSL for HTTP connections. This default setting cause some warning on the browser while accessing Webmin panel. The SSL is ... Read More »

Simple steps to install and configure sar (sysstat) on Ubuntu/Debian server

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Monitoring servers are very important for every server administrators. There are some command line tools are available to monitor server resource usages. The Sar or Sysstat is one of the great command-line tool to monitor the server resource usage. We can simply find the resource usage history by using the command “sar” with switches like ‘q’, ‘r’ etc.. >> Load & Memory monitoring using SAR ... Read More »

How to install Zend Opcache in a DirectAdmin server?


Before going to the installation tips, let’s see what is Zend Opcache. It’s a modern PHP script caching module which accelerates the PHP performance. Zend Opcache provides faster PHP execution through Opcode caching and optimization. It improves the performance of PHP by storing the precompiled script byte-code in the shared memory. This eliminates reading the code from the disk and ... Read More »

Advantages of CloudLinux – a detailed view!


Why this topic? Because almost all hosting providers have already changed their Linux environment to CloudLinux. So we all must be aware about this smart technology. CryBit already shared some interesting topics on CloudLinux. In this topic I’m going to explain the advantages of CloudLinux over traditional hosting. Now-a-days almost all hosting providers offers CloudLinux especially in a shared environment. CloudLinux was firstly ... Read More »

What is Entry Processes Limit (EP) in a CloudLinux server?


The Entry Processes Limit, also know as “Apache concurrent connections” limit is one of the main LVE parameter in CloudLinux. We already discussed the basics of CloudLinux and its administrations. CloudLinux is a Linux based Operating system especially used in a shared environment which isolates each user in its own light weight virtualized environemnts (LVE) which consumes predefined amount of resources ... Read More »

Managing LVE via command line – lvectl


Here, in this topic, CryBit going to explain the basics of “lvectl” command. lvectl is the primary tool for LVE management. To manage this tool you must have the root privilege to your server. lvectl is a part of lve-utils package. We already discussed the basics of CloudLinux and its administrations. CloudLinux is a Linux based Operating system especially used ... Read More »

Why lvetop? A smart tool to monitor CloudLinux resource usage.


What is LVE? It’s a module that works with CloudLinux kernel. This concept has a lot of advantages in web hosting technology. It’s something similar to the virtualization technique that we use traditionally. The most important GOAL of LVE is to make sure that no single website hosted on a server can bring down the server. Likewise we use the ... Read More »

Htop installation (The process monitoring tool) on Linux – RHEL, CentOS, Ubuntu, Fedora

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It is similar to the process monitoring command TOP in Linux servers. But in ‘htop’ we have an advantage over normal top command. We can simply interact the ‘htop’ output with mouse. It is very useful for such persons who likes to mange top output via mouse. In this article I am explaining the steps for installing ‘htop’ in RHEL, ... Read More »