Archive for the ‘All’ Category

  • Leverage browser caching via .htaccess for Apache / LiteSpeed webserver

    Aug 28, 17 • 170 Views • AllNo Comments

    When a web page is rendered in the browser, it downloads all assets including js files, images etc on the local computer. Most of the static resources are reused for different pages of the website. For example, a banner image might be used for all pages or...

  • Install MongoDB on Fedora 24

    Aug 4, 16 • 4337 Views • All2 Comments

    The steps to install MongoDB on Fedora 24 is pretty simple.   First, login to the server as root user. Then, we should add the repository to download the package. Open a new repo file ‘mongodb.repo’ using below command. Option A: If you are...

  • Steps to install Zend Opcache on a DirectAdmin server

    Aug 4, 16 • 571 Views • AllNo Comments

    Zend Opcache is basically a modern PHP script caching module which in reality helps accelerate the PHP performance.  It improves the performance of PHP by storing the precompiled script byte-code in the shared memory. Doing this helps eliminate the...

  • MySQL: per account & entire directory backup difference – cPanel server

    Jul 21, 16 • 522 Views • AllNo Comments

    Backups are important as they are the last hope in case something goes haywire and manual fixing does not work. We can generate backups manually but it is not always practical as it is not possible to always manually backup accounts with fixed intervals....

  • cPanel account – MySQL database repair

    Jul 21, 16 • 524 Views • AllNo Comments

    It is easy to check and repair a MySQL Database and it is easier to do that if your account is on a cPanel server. Databases can be checked / repaired through cPanel or directly through WHM (if you have access that way) cPanel: You can check if a database...

  • HTTP Strict Transport Security – enable via CloudFlare

    Jul 19, 16 • 744 Views • AllNo Comments

    A relatively new term in the world of web security is HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS). Now that you have searched for it, you might be curious about what it is and if its required. HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) is basically a web security policy...

  • Analysing Domlogs on a cPanel server

    Jul 9, 16 • 498 Views • AllNo Comments

    On a cPanel server, a domains access_log is located at /var/log/apache/domlogs/domain.log   An example line from a websites access log is shown below. Not much verbrose, right 😉 Now lets take a look at what each of these fields mean. IP Address The...