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Find Real IP (Origin) address of Website

If you know the IP address, you can easily launch attacks against their web server. Protecting the real IP address of your website is a basic technique in order to revent some basic types of DDOS attacks and floods. Is your website IP protected? Are you sure? While there are certain methods to hide your IP address, almost…

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Move a folder in Linux using mv command

Q: How can I move a folder in Unix, Linux and MacOS operating systems using the command line? A: Folders / directories and files can be moved and renamed using the mv command in the Linux terminal. mv command syntax The Linux mv commnand sintax is pretty easy: mv source target mv -option origin destiny Linux mv command…

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How to track and trace a Linux process

On this post we will show you how to track and trace a Linux process on the system with two tools, ps and strace command line tools. This system tools can help you to identify real system process and their origin. On shared web hosting servers it is very common to face spam and malware issues. This issues…

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How to enable Gzip on WHM for all accounts

Apache mod_deflate module is one of the best friends of a cPanel system administrator. It allows you to save bandwidth and accelerate page speed response by deflating output filter from your server to be served compressed (gzipped) before it goes back to the client. mod_deflate is the modern replacement for the old mod_gzip, which was used to compress – gzip…

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How to limit rsync speed and bandwidth usage using –bwlimit

rsync command is a fantastic tool to transfer data over hosts, however by default it uses all your available bandwidth and generates extra I/O. Recently one of my customers was streaming online radio and at the same time he was transfering some big files to an external server. He didn’t knew how to limit rsync speed and came…

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Linux shutdown command: reboot, halt and turn off your OS from command line

How can I shutdown my Linux box from the terminal? What is the linux shutdown command to turn off or reboot my computer? Here we will answer all this questions in a simple and easy way. What is the Linux shutdown command ? Linux includes the famous “shutdown” command, which is an utility to reboot, halt or turn…

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Check MySQL Server Uptime | Know MySQL uptime from Linux terminal

Question: how can I get mysql server uptime from the Linux command line? Answer: there are a few simple ways to check mysql server uptime from the Linux terminal, wheter you are on a vps, cloud or dedicated box, the methods are the same and they will work on most MySQL versions. 3 ways to Check MySQL server…

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