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How to Install FTP Server with ProFTPD on RockyLinux 8

Hitesh Jethva November 8, 2021 by under Tutorials, VPS Hosting 0 Comments

ProFTPd is a free and open-source FTP application used to transfer files over the network. It is simple, easy to install, and highly configurable. ProFTPd is used by many users due to its security policies that make it perfect for web hosting environments. Compared to other FTP applications, ProFTPd focuses on speed, security, and simplicity.

In this post, we will show you how to install a ProFTPD FTP server on Rocky Linux 8.

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How to Install Latest Nginx Mainline on Rocky Linux 8

Hitesh Jethva November 7, 2021 by under Tutorials, VPS Hosting 0 Comments

Nginx is a free, open-source software solution for web serving, reverse proxying, caching, load balancing, media streaming, and more. Compared to Apache, Nginx is a high‑performance, highly scalable, and highly available web server. Thanks to its ability to handle massive numbers of connections, it is the preferred web server of many websites that deal with high traffic.

By default, the latest Nginx mainline version is not included in the Rocky Linux Appresteam repository. For a production environment, it is always recommended to install the latest version.

In this post, we will show you how to install the latest Nginx Mainline on Rocky Linux 8.

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How to Install Gulp.js on Rocky Linux 8

Hitesh Jethva November 6, 2021 by under Tutorials, VPS Hosting 0 Comments

Gulp is a free, open-source, cross-platform JavaScript tool that helps you automate time-consuming tasks in your development workflow. It is built on Node.js and NPM used to reduce the amount of development time and attention required for tasks such as modification and optimization. It helps developers to run front-end tasks and large-scale web applications.

In this post, we will show you how to install Gulp.js on Rocky Linux 8.

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How to Install Rust Programming Language on Rocky Linux 8

Hitesh Jethva November 4, 2021 by under Tutorials, VPS Hosting 0 Comments

Rust is a free and open-source server-side programming language developed by Mozilla. It mainly focused on speed, memory safety, and replacing low-level coding languages like C/C++. It is used to create a wide range of applications including game engines, operating systems, file systems, browser components, and more. It can run on embedded devices and easily integrate with other languages.

In this post, we will show you how to install the Rust programming language on Rocky Linux 8.

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How to Install Memcached on Rocky Linux 8

Hitesh Jethva November 3, 2021 by under Tutorials, VPS Hosting 0 Comments

Memcached is an open-source, high-performance, superfast in-memory key-value store and caching service. It is used to speed up web applications by caching session data, user authentication tokens, and API calls. It also helps when sharing a large amount of data across multiple application instances. It is used by some major companies including Facebook, Youtube, and Twitter. Memcached is multithreaded and scales vertically.

In this post, we will show you how to install Memcached on Rocky Linux 8.

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How to Install phpBB with LEMP on Rocky Linux 8

Hitesh Jethva November 2, 2021 by under Tutorials, VPS Hosting 0 Comments

phpBB is a free, open-source, web-based flat-forum bulletin board software solution used by many popular discussion forums on the Internet. phpBB stands for “PHP Bulletin Board.” It supports all major database engines including MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, and SQLite. It offers hundreds of style and image packages, allowing you to create and customize a very unique forum in minutes.

In this post, we will show you how to install phpBB with LEMP on Rocky Linux 8.

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How to Set Linux Process Priority Using nice and renice Commands

Hitesh Jethva October 29, 2021 by under Tutorials, VPS Hosting 0 Comments

Nice is a command-line utility in Linux that allows you to set the “niceness” value of processes. It is used to start a process with a defined priority. When you start any program or process without any defined priority, nice sets a default priority of 10. A niceness of 19 is the lowest priority while -20 is the highest priority. The nice command is very useful when several processes are demanding more resources than the CPU can provide.

Renice is very similar to nice and is used to change the priority of an already running process. If your system is running very slow due to a lengthy process, you can reduce or increase the priority of that process with the help of renice command.

Priority is a value that you can assign to each process, and the kernel uses this value to schedule the execution of the process.

  • 0-99 is the priority value used for real-time priority assignments.
  • 100-139 is the priority value that the users assign.

In this post, we will show you how to set Linux Process Priority with Nice and renice command.

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How to Check Linux CPU Usage or Utilization

Hitesh Jethva October 28, 2021 by under Tutorials, VPS Hosting 0 Comments

Monitoring the performance of the CPU is an essential task of any system administrator who needs to measure the performance of a system. This will help you to debug system processes, manage system resources, and make system decisions. There are several tools available for checking CPU usage in Linux.

In this post, we will demonstrate a few methods to check and monitor CPU usage in Linux.

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Monitor Linux Network Bandwidth Usage in Real Time with nload

Hitesh Jethva October 27, 2021 by under Tutorials, VPS Hosting 0 Comments

nload is a command-line tool used for monitoring network traffic and bandwidth usage in real-time. It will display the incoming and outgoing traffic using two graphs. This console-based application also displays info like the total amount of transferred data and min/max network.

In this post, we will show you how to install and use nload to monitor network bandwidth usage in real-time.

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Sort Command in Linux with Examples

Hitesh Jethva October 25, 2021 by under Tutorials, VPS Hosting 0 Comments

Sort is a command-line utility in Linux that helps you to sort the data in a file line by line. It has a lot of options that allow you to arrange the record in a specific order. It supports sorting, in reverse order, by month, by number, alphabetically, and more. The sort command only prints the sorted output; it doesn’t actually sort the files.

In this post, we will show you how to use the sort command with examples in Linux.

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