I need more speed on nginx, the speed faster than the disk is memory, so I create a tmpfs, and put all the cache file into it.
Complex way, but allowed you to customise the output. Simple and shorter way Extra: Find the newest files in shell
I’m following the official mongoDB manual to make the installation. I’m using XFS filesystem with RAID10 on my machine, that’s the official document recommended. Paste the code. If you receive these errors You may solve using this solution on transparent_hugepage always or from the official document
Every time after you finished install a fresh copy of Linux, it will give you UTC-0, so you need to set the timezone to make your software run correctly, like log with correct date. Check current date time in Linux List current support timezones in Linux Set the timezone Choose one fo the timezone from …
I write this because just a note or cheatsheet for me to copy and paste from here to make my life easier. Every time when migrate website from one server to one server, I need to recreate the user and database before insert back to the new host.
I found many ways to return the almost same results. I just note down here as my cheatsheet to use next time.
Check the current version PHP CLI version in shell From the official DirectAdmin help page ,https://help.directadmin.com/item.php?id=2094 the way to install multiple version of PHP in the machine. Set the php1_release to the version The version to set as the php1_release will be the version in CLI You may modify the /usr/local/directadmin/custombuild/options.conf Re-compile all the PHP …