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Are you hosting a website somewhere around the globe? Then most likely, you faced an INTERNAL SERVER ERROR. The error itself states the error is internal, which means it has something to do with the server. How to debug 500 internal server error? Mostly there are three reasons which cause Internal Server Error, Corrupt/Misconfigured .htaccess file. […]

How to Install Python 3 on a VPS Server?

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Installing Python 3 on a VPS server is a relatively straightforward task that varies slightly based on the operating system behind the VPS. The steps below will assume you’ve logged in to a terminal session on the VPS. Let’s learn How to Install Python on a VPS Server? Step 1 : Update Your Packages Ubuntu/Debian […]

How to Check Server Memory Usage?

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Every Linux administrator has a crucial job to monitor, manage and deploy the webserver and its services. RAM is one of the top priority components that Linux administrators take a look at frequently, using any monitoring tool or manual methods. There are a few different ways of accomplishing this, depending on your preference and system […]

Confirming mod_rewrite is enabled

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What is mod_rewrite? The mod_rewrite module uses a rule-based rewriting engine based on a PCRE regular-expression parser to rewrite requested URLs on the fly; by default, mod_rewrite maps a URL to a filesystem path. However, it can also redirect one URL to another URL or invoke an internal proxy fetch. mod_rewrite provides a flexible and […]

How to Choose a Hostname?

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Your server’s hostname (host.domain.com) is the name of your server. Since all of your clients will be able to see it, you will want to be careful to choose the one you like. It is also worth noting that you can always change the hostname later. But there are a few things you need to make sure to check when doing […]

We often have questions about testing for Gzip compression after someone tests their landing page. Gzip is most likely working. The issue is that the landing page comprises several types of data, and .htaccess rules may have only defined certain data to be compressed. If not everything on that landing page is compressed, it may […]

Configuring Win-SCP to upload files via FTP, sFTP

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Just like FileZilla, Win-SCP is one of the best, free, and the easy-to-use client to transfer files over sFTP and FTP protocol. In this article, we will go ahead and learn the simplest way of Configuring Win-SCP to upload files via FTP. Win-SCP is specifically designed for the Microsoft Windows operating system; it doesn’t support […]

There are two types of denial of service events. You have your denial of service(DoS) event and then your distributed denial of service event(DDoS). The difference between these two is how many connections are utilized during the attack. A DoS will use a single connection to hit a website, an example being “Slow Loris”. DDoS […]