How To Install And Configure mod_auth_mysql On Apache

How to install mod_auth_mysql

What Is Mod_Auth_Mysql? mod_auth_mysql is a Apache module used for authenticating users against a MySQL database. It is commonly used to protect pages and directories accessed via a web browser. You can view more about it on the project page. This guide assumes you already have a working mysql installation and Apache

How To Install And Test Go On CentOS

How To Install Go On CentOS

Go also known as golang, is a compiled computer programming language developed by google. It is loosely based on the C language but designed to overcome some of its short comings.  It is a general purpose language and can be used from server-side development to games and streaming media.  It

How to Save PHP Sessions in Memcached

Storigng PHP Sessions in memcached

Memcached is a high performance storage engine designed for storing chunks for data, so it is great for storing sessions in it.  The upside of doing this you notice a performance benefit from not writing these disk or a database is that you gain a performance increase. The downside is

How To Install NTPD On CentOS 7

Install And Configure NTPD

NTP (Network Time Protocol) is a protocol which allows computers to synchronize time.  This prevents drift which is the slow inconsistency of time on computers internal clocks. Keeping system time accurate is particularly important for system logs, replication, and applications. Install NTPD First you will want to install ntp, this is found

How To Install Memcached on CentOS

memcached install on centos

Memcached is a high-performance caching system that is primarily used to speed up sites that rely on databases. It is an in-memory system for storing any data that could be from database calls or page requests.  To read more about Memcached you can view the memcached project wiki on github Clean out

Bash Scripting Introduction

Bash Scripting Introduction

Essentially bash scripting is just linking commands together.  You can perform many tasks consistently using predefined scripts allowing them to become repeatable and standardized. If you are looking for more information you can check out the bash man page. Each script should start with a "shebang" telling which environment to interpret

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