To start, stop, and restart the Apache Web Server (httpd) on Ubuntu, you can use the /etc/init.d/apache2 script.
You need to ssh to your Pod as root, or use sudo command. Here are each of the commands:
root@mypod:~# sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 start
root@mypod:~# sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 stop
root@mypod:~# sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
By tabitha, March 17, 2015
install varnish Introduction
Apache is popular web server used by most web hosting companies. install Varnish cache - an HTTP accelerator and reverse proxy. We can use it with any HTTP server. In this example, we will be using Apache 2.
As a web server, Apache can use a considerable amount of server resources to serve pages. If you are running a high-traffic website, then you might need an HTTP accelerator to boost server performa...
By justin, April 29, 2015
Apache Web Server
Having a default configuration in Apache Web Server is highly vulnerable to exploitation as it supplies most sensitive information to attacker. So, hardening a web server enhances the server security and prevents attacks on server that is caused by the exploitation of default setting of the apache web server. This tutorial explains basic steps for Apache web server hardening.
Any Linux di...
By prabin, February 22, 2017