Tag: Apache

How to Install WordPress on RHEL 8 with Apache

WordPress is an immensely popular CMS (Content Management System) that accounts for nearly 43% of all the websites according to W3techs.com. From powering high-traffic sites such as eCommerce, and news websites to simple blogs, WordPress

How to Set Up ModSecurity with Apache on Debian/Ubuntu

The Apache web server is highly customizable and can be configured in multiple ways to suit your needs. There are many third-party modules that you can use to configure Apache to your preference. ModSecurity is

How to Install WordPress Ubuntu Using LAMP Stack

For those who cannot afford the hustles of developing websites from scratch, there are now several content management systems (CMSs) such as WordPress that you can take advantage of to set up blogs as well

Secure Apache with Let’s Encrypt Certificate on Rocky Linux

In our previous guide, we walked you through the installation of the LAMP stack on Rocky Linux and further proceeded to configure Apache virtual hosts in case you need to host multiple websites on a

How to Configure Apache Virtual Hosts on Rocky Linux

This is an optional step intended only for those who wish to host multiple sites on the same server. So far, our LAMP setup can only host one site. If you wish to host multiple

How to Install LAMP Stack on Rocky Linux 8

LAMP is a popular stack used in development circles for hosting both static and dynamic web applications. It’s an acronym for Linux, Apache, MySQL (or MariaDB) & PHP. Notably, it comprises the Apache web server,

How to Speed Up Apache with Varnish Cache on CentOS 7

Varnish Cache (commonly known as Varnish), is an open-source, popular reverse-proxy HTTP accelerator intended for speeding up web servers. It is engineered for excessively utilized API endpoints and also for dynamic sites that serve massive-content

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

How to Monitor Apache Performance Using mod_status in Ubuntu

While you can always have a peek at Apache log files to get information about your webserver such as active connections, you can get a very detailed overview of your web server’s performance by enabling