: February-2017

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Using CentOS 7 for a web server, see my steps below. This setup was started on a vps provider online. So of course there maybe some steps missing if you were building on your local server.   CentOS 7 x86_64 minimal install. As soon as the server has boot up, now it is time to ..

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So I wanted to try out ServerPilot, ServerPilot is a web tool that helps setup your server for WordPress or php needed applications.   You can go to https://serverpilot.io/ to check out ServerPilot.   You need to have a basic Ubuntu 14.04 or Ubuntu 16.04 Server setup.   I also wanted to make some tweaks to the ..

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I have read about Ghost Blogging software and wanted to know how it worked. So I installed it on CentOS 6 and this is what I had to do to get to work properly.   Server 1 gig ram, single CPU and 20G ssd hard drive. When running this setup seemed to only using 250mb ..

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Setup a webserver on FreeBSD. Used Vultr VPS Hosting. They use SSD drives and the performance is very good. Deploy FreeBSD in Vultr, do this under Deploy New Instance and Deploy your new FreeBSD VPS Server.   Here is the basic setup I was playing with. Update to the current FreeBSD version. # freebsd-update fetch install ..

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  At the very least, you should have a basic linux installation. This how-to assumes you have set up a CentOS 6 x86_64 VPS with 1GB RAM, but it should be applicable to most setups with minimal tweaks. All the commands and changes below should be done as the root user.   Before continuing, make ..

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  WORKING ON Here I have collected the information to tuning your Nginx Web Server for better performance. Now of course you can tune your operating system, or purchase better hardware.   So you need to tune Nginx for your server. Example: how many CPU cores do you have on your server. So you need ..

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  Wanted to test out Nginx, I heard that it is very lightweight and fast.   Do a basic installation of Centos 6   Make sure that everything is up to date. # yum update   Enable Additional Repositories # rpm --import https://fedoraproject.org/static/0608B895.txt  # rpm -ivh http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/6/x86_64/epel-release-6-8.noarch.rpm If above doesn't work then go to the ..

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