How to configure SSL to work with Varnish Cache

Varnish cache is a super caching application which will cache your website pages and images in RAM and deliver it directly to the visitors, thereby speeding up the web site.The major drawback of Varnish Cache is that you will not be able to run secure pages with Varnish Cache

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How to install PHP7 using Yum

This guide will help you to upgrade php in your server from php 5.x to 7.0. The new php7 is quite fast, and have very less memory footprint compared to php5.x

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Using Desktop Drives vs NAS Drives vs Enterprise Drives In A RAID Server

Desktop drives are significantly less expensive than NAS Drives or Enterprise.  Can they be used when building a budget RAID array? They can, however it’s important to understand how desktop drives will increase required maintenance, downtime, expense, and risk of data loss. The biggest difference between desktop drives vs NAS drives or Enterprise drives is in how they communicate with the RAID controller during write operations.

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How to Uninstall MariaDB in a cPanel server

Uninstalling MariaDB is as easy as installing MariaDB. If you ever want to uninstall and roll back to stock MySQL, continue reading for a step-by-step guide to uninstall MariaDB. Here are the steps to Uninstall MariaDB and return to stock MySQL.

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How to generate a random password from commandline

Passwords are the key to security. For obvious reasons, passwords need to be strong, long and secure.  Sometimes generating complex and secure passwords can be a bit time taking.

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How to use arping to bind IP in a Linux Server

arping can be a very handy tool when your main task is to migrate IP addresses across servers. When we migrate IP addresses, the switch or the networking device will cache the information and switch the packets to the old server, and thereby keeping the IP in the new server down.

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