So, you load you website and the browser just spins. You then do a ping and notice that you have data loss. What’s up? Let’s check into the traceroute tool to see how to explain network data loss.
According to chatAI, grep is a command-line utility tool in Unix and Unix-like operating systems that is used to search for specific patterns in a given text. It is a powerful and versatile tool that can search for patterns within one or more files or directories. grep stands for “global regular expression print”. It uses regular expressions to match and display lines that contain a specific pattern or string.
The dig command in Linux is used to perform DNS lookups and query DNS servers. Here are some common ways to use dig.
The top program is a command-line tool that shows system resource utilization, processes running, and their related information. It can be used in a terminal or command prompt.
Let’s dig in to see more option on how the top program can help.
There are several ways to check if a Linux server is overloaded. Here are some common methods:
Check CPU usage: Use the ‘top’ or ‘htop’ command to check the CPU usage of the system. If the CPU usage is consistently high (above 80%), it could indicate an overloaded server.
Check memory usage: Use the ‘free’ or ‘vmstat’ command to check the memory usage of the system. If the system is using all of its available memory, it could indicate an overloaded server.
Check disk usage: Use the ‘df’ command to check the disk usage of the system. If the disk usage is consistently high (above 80%), it could indicate an overloaded server.
Check network usage: Use the ‘iftop’ command to check the network usage of the system. If the network usage is consistently high (above 80%), it could indicate an overloaded server.
Check system logs: Check the system logs for any error messages or warnings that could indicate an overloaded server. Use the ‘tail’ command to view the last few lines of the logs.
Check running processes: Use the ‘ps’ command to check the running processes on the system. If there are a large number of processes running, it could indicate an overloaded server.
Once you have identified the source of the overload, you can take steps to address it, such as optimizing your application or upgrading your server hardware.
Redis is an open source, in-memory, key-value data store most commonly used as a primary database, cache, message broker, and queue. Redis delivers sub-millisecond response times, enabling fast and powerful real-time applications
Redis Object Cache is a persistent object cache backend powered by Redis. Supports Predis, PhpRedis, Relay, replication, sentinels, clustering and WP-CLI.For a faster cache plugin.
What this means is that we can increase performance for your cPanel WordPress Site.
ConfigServer Security & Firewall (CSF) is a popular security solution for Linux servers. It provides an easy-to-use interface for managing firewall rules, blocking IP addresses and countries, and monitoring server activity.
There are several control panels for managing website. Let’s take a look at Virtualmin.
Virtualmin is a web hosting control panel that allows users to manage multiple domains and websites from a single interface. It provides a range of tools for managing web servers, email accounts, FTP accounts, databases, and more, all from a web-based interface. Virtualmin supports multiple operating systems, including CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu, and others, and integrates with popular web servers such as Apache and Nginx. With Virtualmin, users can easily create and manage virtual hosts, install popular web applications, and configure advanced settings for their web server. It is a popular alternative to other web hosting control panels such as cPanel and Plesk.
So when I find a script from sites or Github, I can use wget or curl to not only download the file but install it in the same command.
Below is LAMP, LEMP, WAMP, WIMP
LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Perl/Python) is an acronym denoting one of the most common software stacks for many of the web’s most popular applications.
LEMP is an open-source web application stack used to develop web applications. The term LEMP is an acronym that represents L for the Linux Operating system, Nginx (pronounced as engine-x, hence the E in the acronym) web server, M for MySQL database, and P for PHP scripting language.
WAMP (“Windows, Apache, MySQL, and PHP”) is an application server platform. WAMP is an acronym that stands for Windows, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. It’s a software stack which means installing WAMP installs Apache, MySQL, and PHP on your operating system (Windows in the case of WAMP)
The acronym WIMP is a solution stack of software, partially free and open source software, used to run dynamic Web sites on servers. The term WIMP is an acronym that represents Windows, referring to the operating system, IIS, the Web server, MySQL, MS SQL Server or MS Access, the database management system (or database server) and PHP or others, e.g. the Perl, Python, PowerShell programming languages.
The Microsoft Web Platform Installer is a tool to install applications on a WIMP-system.