Did You Know?
Ask a Question

We are pleased to announce the Launch of our New Section "TecMint Ask"

Archive : Apache

RSS feed

How to Monitor Apache Web Server Load and Page Statistics

How to Monitor Apache Web Server Load and Page Statistics
As promised in our earlier tutorials of Apache Series, Today we are here with another article on the Apache HTTP web server which can make a System Administrators life much easier to handle load of Apache web server using mod_status module. What is mod_status? mod_status is an Apache module which helps to monitor web server load and current httpd connections with an HTML interface which can be accessible via a web browser. Apache’s mod_status...

25 Apache Interview Questions for Beginners and Intermediates

25 Apache Interview Questions for Beginners and Intermediates
We are very thankful to All our readers for the response we are getting for our new Linux Interview section. And now we have started section wise learning for Interview questions and continuing with the same today’s article focuses on Basic to Intermediate Apache interview Questions that will help you to prepare yourself. Apache Job Interview Questions In this section, we have covered some interesting 25 Apache Job Interview Questions along...

Apache Virtual Hosting: IP Based and Name Based Virtual Hosts in RHEL/CentOS/Fedora

Apache Virtual Hosting: IP Based and Name Based Virtual Hosts in RHEL/CentOS/Fedora
As we all are aware that Apache is a very powerful, highly flexible and configurable Web server for Nix OS. Here in this tutorial, we are going to discuss one more feature of Apache which allows us to host more than one website on a single Linux machine. Implementing virtual hosting with Apache web server can help you to save costs you are investing on your server maintenance and their administration. Apache Virtual Hosting in Linux Concept of...
Filed in: Apache, Web Servers

How to Sync Two Apache Web Servers/Websites Using Rsync

How to Sync Two Apache Web Servers/Websites Using Rsync
There are so many tutorials available on web to mirror or take a backup of your web files with different methods, here I am creating this article for my future reference and here I’ll be using a very simple and versatile command of Linux to create a backup of your website. This tutorial will help you to sync data between your two web servers with “Rsync“. Sync Two Apache Web Server The purpose of creating a mirror of your Web Server...
Filed in: Apache, Web Servers

13 Apache Web Server Security and Hardening Tips

13 Apache Web Server Security and Hardening Tips
We all are very familiar with Apache web server, it is a very popular web server to host your web files or your website on the web. Here are some links which can help you to configure Apache web server on your Linux box. Apache Security and Hardening Tips Install Apache Web Server Setup Your Website in Your Linux Box Here in this tutorial, I’ll cover some main tips to secure your web server. Before you apply these changes in your web server,...
Filed in: Apache

Install Apache 2.2.15, MySQL 5.5.34 & PHP 5.5.4 on RHEL/CentOS 6.4/5.9 & Fedora 19-12

Install Apache 2.2.15, MySQL 5.5.34 & PHP 5.5.4 on RHEL/CentOS 6.4/5.9 & Fedora 19-12
This howto guide explains you’ll how to install Apache Server with latest MySQL 5.5.32 and PHP 5.5.0 versions with php required following modules on RHEL 6.4/6.3/6.2/6.1/6.0/5.9/5.8/5.6, CentOS 6.4/6.3/6.2/6.1/6.0/5.9/5.8/5.6 and Fedora 12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19 systems using Remi repository via Yum tool. LAMP Setup in Linux What is Apache? Apache is an open source freely available HTTP web server that runs on most UNIX-based operating systems...
Filed in: Apache, MySQL, PHP

Creating Your Own Webserver and Hosting A Website from Your Linux Box

Creating Your Own Webserver and Hosting A Website from Your Linux Box
Many of you would be web programmer. Some of you might be owing a website and would certainly be editing and updating it frequently. While a few having no adequate knowledge of web technologies would still be planning to have one. Through this article I will make know how you could develop a working website with a very little knowledge and could even host it using your Linux box. Things could be as simple as that. Requirements: Linux Box (However,...
Filed in: Apache

GoAccess (A Real-Time Apache and Nginx) Web Server Log Analyzer

GoAccess (A Real-Time Apache and Nginx) Web Server Log Analyzer
GoAccess is an interactive and real time web server log analyzer program that quickly analyze and view web server logs. It comes as an open source and runs as a command line in Unix/Linux operating systems. It provides brief and beneficial HTTP (web server) statistics report for Linux administrators on the fly. It also take care of both the Apache and Ngnix web server log formats. GoAccess parses and analyze the given web server log formats such CLF...
© 2012-2013 All Rights Reserved.