How To Use Cat Command on Dedicated Server ?

There are many different methods to check the existing running conditions, errors and general status of services on dedicated server. Especially, files in the /proc directory, can show you critical system information. The “proc” is a virtual filesystem, used as an interface to kernel data structures. Usually, it is mounted at /proc directory. However, its […]

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How to Monitor Network Services Using Netstat Command ?

If you own a mission-critical website and has very sensitive data on your linux dedicated server, it is very much necessary to monitor your linux dedicated server in order to prevent attacks on your server, server crashes and other critical issues that could harm your data. There are several tools available on market which helps […]

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Steps to edit a DNS Zone on Dedicated Server

DNS stands for Domain Name System which is a part of  of the global Domain Name System name space for which administrative responsibility has been delegated. It is a hierarchical tree structure cascading lower-level domains that are ordered as a reverse-prioritized concatenation of names, each level separated by a full stop and descending in priority […]

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How to Automate the Updates in YUM ?

The Yellowdog Updater, Modified (YUM) is a free open source command line package management utility program released under the General Public License for RPM compatible Linux operating systems. Some administrators may like to install updates manually for every single package, however it could be a time consuming task. To make it more easier, you can […]

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Schedule a Reboot for your Windows Dedicated Server

In the previous post, you have learned how to schedule a reboot for your linux dedicated server. In this article, I will explain steps to schedule a reboot for your windows dedicated server. The reason for performing a reboot for your windows dedicated server is same as reasons for linux server. Would you like to […]

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Scheduling a Reboot for your Linux Dedicated Server

Rebooting your dedicated server once in a month is necessary to install updates for the kernel and increasing the performance of the server. Every time you install update or patch for your kernel, you will need to reboot your dedicated server. It is advisable not to reboot your server instantly after installing the updates. It […]

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How to Schedule a Task on a Windows Server ?

Performing various tasks manually on a uk windows hosting server is a kind of headache. In order to get rid of the manual tasks, windows server is equipped with the scheduler, where you can automate a program to run at specific timings. Unlike shared hosting, the dedicated server requires more technical skills and time to […]

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How to Save Bandwidth used by Server ?

Large number of web servers today, run Apache HTTP Server. It may be possible that the virtual private server, cloud hosting server or others, where your websites are hosted, might be running Apache. Using certain techniques, one can reduce the bandwidth consumed by the Apache. Using the Expire Headers setting one can easily decrease the […]

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When do you Need to Reboot your Server ?

Rebooting a server is a very common concern among the system administrators. The dedicated servers are quite different from the usual computer systems and laptops. The dedicated servers are built for providing 100% network uptime and are predicted to be available round the clock. Most of the customers are okay with the occasional service interruption, […]

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