Linux (RHEL / CentOS)
This document describes the basic configuration of Sendmail, an open source email routing facility that supports mail-transfer (SMTP). Continue reading
This document contains various TAR command examples for creating and extracting (compressed) archive files. Continue reading
YUM (Yellowdog Updater Modified )is an interactive, automated package manager to install, upgrade and manage packages( from online repositories) on Linux system.
In this article you will find the frequently used yum commands. Continue reading
This document describes the basic commands for User- and Group Management. Continue reading
In this article you will find several practical examples on how to use mysqldump tool to backup and restore MySQL Databases.
This document describes the steps to configure a Linux System with a static IP Address. Continue reading
This is a quick how-to to clear out older files in a directory. Continue reading
Apache can be configured in reverse proxy (gateway) mode. Then Apache is acting to clients just like an ordinary web server. The client makes ordinary requests for content in the name-space of the reverse proxy. The reverse proxy then decides where to send those requests, and returns the content as if it was itself the origin.
This document describes scenarios to setup multiple web sites running on a single Apache server, via name-based or IP-based virtual hosts. The term Virtual Host refers to practice of maintaining more than one server on one machine, as differentiated by their apparent hostname.
To offload heavily-used webservers, you can add more webservers and setup Apache Loadbalancer in front to distribute all incoming requests to your backend web servers.