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Finding your way on your first ever VPS ? Part III

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Part III of the 'Finding your way on your first ever VPS' series is right in front of you right now! This time I'm going to focus on some powerful tools which can make your day-to-day life a lot ea...

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NuclearFusion
17-10-2016 09:24

MySqlTuner MySql tuning script

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When you run the MySqlTuner MySql tuning script you get advice what variables to adjust in my.cnf. My.cnf holds the settings for the MySql server. Adjusting these settings can increase your webs...

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webmastertrouble
17-10-2016 09:22

Server monitoring with Icinga 2 ? Part 1: the server (Ubuntu host)

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Nagios has, for a long time, been the defacto standard tool for server monitoring. These day that's surprising, as Nagios' visible development has been quite slow over the past years and new soluti...

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NuclearFusion
17-10-2016 09:21

NGINX on CentOS 7

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Welcome back for another tutorial! This time I'm going to show you how to get started with NGINX on CentOS 7.CentOS 7 has been out for quite a while now, but it's not become a standard quite yet. S...

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NuclearFusion
21-09-2015 07:15

Server monitoring with Icinga 2 ? Part 2: the node (Ubuntu host)

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It's been a long, long wait! But it's finally here, the second part of the Icinga 2 tutorial that I've promised a while ago.Last time, we set up an Icinga 2 server to which we are now going to add ...

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NuclearFusion
03-09-2015 07:15

Achieve more dense themes with xExtension-CustomCSS

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Instead of customizing a theme you can globally customize all available themes for FreshRSS with the xExtension-CustomCSS extension. All extensions can be found here, FreshRSS Extensions Upload ...

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webmastertrouble
24-08-2015 19:28

Tutorial ? OpenVPN for internal-ip only virtual machine hosts

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Welcome to another tutorial! This time I will be showing you a neat trick to get OpenVPN working within a larger subnet used for an Ethernet bridge. Say what now? Let me explain.I had the following...

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NuclearFusion
13-06-2015 07:15

Tutorial ? The LowEndCluster ? Part 4

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Itr17;s time for the fourth and final part in the LowEndCluster series, a series of tutorials aimed at effectively using LowEndSpirit or very budget/low-resource boxes to create a redundant cluste...

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NuclearFusion
26-05-2015 07:15

Tutorial ? The LowEndCluster ? Part 3

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Welcome back to the 3rd part of the LowEndCluster tutorial series! Last time we've set up an actual web node which we're going to put behind a 'load balancer', or actually a proxy, in this tutorial...

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NuclearFusion
24-05-2015 13:17

Tutorial ? The LowEndCluster ? Part 2

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Two weeks have passed and it's time for the second part of the LowEndCluster tutorial series! This time around I'm going to focus on setting up the web nodes, which we will later tie together with ...

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NuclearFusion
24-05-2015 13:17
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Solution for very large mod_security modsec_audit.log

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An other annoyance of mod_security is the very large modsec_audit.log. In my case it was almost 3GB in size. The solution for this is to use logrotate. cd /etc/logrotate.d/ touch modsecurity ...

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webmastertrouble
04-01-2015 00:05
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Solution for error ModSecurity: collections_remove_stale: Failed de...

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Man this error bugged me for a long time. On the internet there are no ready to use solutions found. Well now there is after long research! Code ModSecurity: collections_remo...

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webmastertrouble
04-01-2015 00:04

Finding your way on your first ever VPS ? Part II

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A couple of weeks ago, I posted the 'Finding your way on your first ever VPS - Part I' tutorial. This is part 2 of that series in which I will introduce you to another couple of commands!I am going...

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NuclearFusion
28-09-2014 05:00

Setup for streaming live events to browser clients using Nginx, FML...

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Editorial note: this is Jonathan's first tutorial on LowEndBox. I hope you enjoy it and more are to follow in the future! If all goes well, he will be writing tutorials occasionally alongside me. M...

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NuclearFusion
16-09-2014 05:00

Finding your way on your first ever VPS ? Part I

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In the past, I have shown you how to connect to your VPS over SSH on both Windows and Linux. But if you are a first-timer and you have never used a VPS before, you may be quite lost once you're on ...

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NuclearFusion
21-08-2014 05:00

Getting started with MySQL over SSL

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When you want to reach a database server with a client that is not on that server, you usually set up a Virtual Private Network (VPN) in order to access the server securely without having to open i...

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NuclearFusion
22-06-2014 05:00

Getting started with MySQL Master-Slave replication

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Over the past few years, databases have become increasingly important. Not only for businesses, but also for personal purposes. Almost every website requires a database these days, as the informati...

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NuclearFusion
04-05-2014 05:00

Observing devices with Observium ? Adding a device

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Last week I've introduced you to Observium and shown you how to install it. This week, it's time to add devices to Observium. In order to add a device to Observium, the device must support SNMP/hav...

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NuclearFusion
06-04-2014 05:00

Observing devices with Observium ? Setting up the server

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It's time for another tutorial! This time I'm taking you into the magical world of Observium and SNMP. Observium is a tool that helps you monitor your servers remotely. But not only your servers; a...

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NuclearFusion
30-03-2014 05:00

Get install_beanc.sh here because it is not found anymore at labrad...

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For all my VPS's I use vpsinfo from www.labradordata.ca. Unfortenately www.labradordata.ca is not hosting this great monitoring tool anymore. This is what I get: Code # wge...

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webmastertrouble
28-02-2014 22:10
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