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Apache

The Rackspace Cloud Big Data Platform provides a scalable, robust, and complete Hadoop cluster within a few clicks. All Cloud Big Data deployments are backed by Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP). Using HDP enables Cloud Big Data to...
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Rackspace Cloud Big Data Platform is a new public cloud offering leveraging the Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) and OpenStack. Users can quickly deploy a full HDP stack and scale the solution simply by adding new nodes on the...
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All accounts, by default, have a preconfigured set of thresholds (or limits) to manage capacity and prevent abuse of the system. The system recognizes rate limits and absolute limits. Rate limits are thresholds that are reset...
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Cluster A group of servers (nodes). In Cloud Big Data, the servers are virtual.
HDFS The Apache Hadoop Distributed File System. This is the default file system used in Cloud Big Data.
MapReduce A framework for performing...
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This article is an expansion of an existing article regarding basic SMTP authentication with PHP, which can be found here. 

Within the Cloud Sites environment, it is possible to craft an HTML formatted email message for...
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After you have successfully created a new Cloud Big Data cluster, you need to get your data into the cluster so that you can put Hadoop to work. You can use many methods to accomplish this, but the method that you choose will...
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What is mod_status?
While you can get information on the connections being made to apache by checking its access log, if you want more immediate information about what apache is up to you can enable mod_status. This module...
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What is mod_status?
While you can get information on the connections being made to apache by checking the access log, if you want more immediate information about what apache is up to you can enable mod_status. This module allows...
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What is mod_status?
While you can get information on the connections being made to apache by checking its access log, if you want more immediate information about what apache is up to you can enable mod_status. This module allows...
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You can create your own custom formats for apache web logs, to record more information or to make them easier to read. Here's how.
Changing the log format
If you know how to read web logs then you may have an idea of how you...
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The status codes you find in your web logs are useful troubleshooting tools, but only if you know what they mean.
Status codes
When a web browser talks to a web server, the server lets the client know the status of its request by...
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Whether you are dealing with web server difficulties or just want to see what Apache is up to, your best bet is to look in its logs.
Keeping tabs on your web server
Periodically, you will likely want to know more about what your...
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Most people serve more than one domain on their Cloud Server. Whether for different domain names or different subdomains of the same domain, the procedure is the same.


Contents

1 Overview
2 Procedure
3 Virtual Hosts
4 Multiple...
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At the time of writing, Debian Lenny comes with Apache v.2.2.9-10 and PHP v.5.2.6 and they are easily installed via the default Debian Package Manager 'aptitude'.
The advantage of using aptitude is that you will get any security...
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Ubuntu uses a different Apache layout than you may have encountered if you have used Apache with non-Debian based Operating Systems.
The differences are not huge and, indeed, help in configuring and deploying websites.


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Contents

Fedora 10 - Installing Apache and PHP5
Apache Install
ServerName
Firewall
Default Page
Chkconfig
PHP5 Install
Almost

 
Fedora 10 - Installing Apache and PHP5
Fedora 10 comes with Apache v.2.2.10 and PHP v.5.1.6 and...
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Debian Lenny uses a different Apache layout than you may have encountered if you have used Apache with non-Debian based Operating Systems.
The differences are not huge and, indeed, help in configuring and deploying websites....
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Let's take a look at the main httpd.conf for our CentOS Apache install.
We're not actually going to change a lot at this point, just look at the main settings and see what they mean and what a change will actually do.


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Securing connections to your website are vital when entering passwords or entering administration areas.
This article will take you through creating a self-signed certificate and configuring your virtual host to use https (port...
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Ubuntu Hardy Heron comes with Apache v.2.2.8 and PHP v.5.2.4 and they are easily installed via the default Ubuntu Package Manager 'aptitude'.
The advantage of using aptitude is that you will get any security updates from Ubuntu (...
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As we know, Ubuntu Hardy uses a different layout from other non-Debian based systems - let's move on and take a look at the main apache2.conf and ports.conf.
We're not actually going to change a lot at this point, just look at...
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Now we have Apache installed and running, we can configure it to serve multiple domains using Virtual Hosts.
Do note the layout used in these articles is explained in Multiple Hosts Layout - feel free to use the directories of...
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This article is a continuation of Generate a CSR and will take you from creating and receiving your SSL cert from your authority of choice to installing it in apache. I've chosen to Apache since it is the most common web server...
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Ubuntu Hardy Heron uses a different Apache layout than you may have encountered if you have used Apache with non-Debian based Operating Systems.
The differences are not huge and, indeed, help in configuring and deploying websites...
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Let's take a look at the main httpd.conf for our Fedora 10 Apache install.
We're not actually going to change a lot at this point, just look at the main settings and see what they mean and what a change will actually do....
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Linux and PHP

This article is an expansion of an existing article regarding basic SMTP authentication with PHP, which can be found here. 

Within the Cloud Sites environment, it is possible to craft an HTML formatted email message for...
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Note: As of Wordpress 3.8, Wordpress employs an SVG logo for the administration page logo, the following fix will also allow this image to properly show.
In order to properly show SVG image types within the Cloud Sites PHP...
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Cloud Sites currently supports the following versions of the software:
 
Technology
Versions Supported

Linux


PHP


5.3 and 5.4


Apache


2.2


MySQL


5.0, 5.1


Windows


ASP.NET


2.0, 3.5 SP1, 4.0, and 4.5


Windows...
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Nginx

Whether you're dealing with web server difficulties or just want to see what nginx is up to, your best bet is to look in its logs.
Keeping tabs on your web server
Sooner or later you'll want to know more about what your web...
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Linux MySQL

 
Cloud Sites currently supports the following versions of the software:
 
Technology
Versions Supported

Linux


PHP


5.3 and 5.4


Apache


2.2


MySQL


5.0, 5.1


Windows


ASP.NET


2.0, 3.5 SP1, 4.0, and 4.5


Windows...
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MSSQL

 
Cloud Sites currently supports the following versions of the software:
 
Technology
Versions Supported

Linux


PHP


5.3 and 5.4


Apache


2.2


MySQL


5.0, 5.1


Windows


ASP.NET


2.0, 3.5 SP1, 4.0, and 4.5


Windows...
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FTP

 
Cloud Sites currently supports the following versions of the software:
 
Technology
Versions Supported

Linux


PHP


5.3 and 5.4


Apache


2.2


MySQL


5.0, 5.1


Windows


ASP.NET


2.0, 3.5 SP1, 4.0, and 4.5


Windows...
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IIS and ASP.NET

 
Cloud Sites currently supports the following versions of the software:
 
Technology
Versions Supported

Linux


PHP


5.3 and 5.4


Apache


2.2


MySQL


5.0, 5.1


Windows


ASP.NET


2.0, 3.5 SP1, 4.0, and 4.5


Windows...
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File Transfers and File Sharing

This article will walk you through setting up a Linux user with read and write permissions for your web document root, usually the /var/www/ directory. Connecting with this user via SFTP will let you upload your website content...
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SSH

This article will walk you through setting up a Linux user with read and write permissions for your web document root, usually the /var/www/ directory. Connecting with this user via SFTP will let you upload your website content...
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SSL

What is SNI
SNI (Server Name Indication) is an extension to SSL that allows multiple SSL-enabled Web sites to be served from a single IP address and port (443). While it requires visitors to use more recent browser versions, it...
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Securing connections to your website are vital when entering passwords or entering administration areas.
This article will take you through creating a self-signed certificate and configuring your virtual host to use https (port...
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This article is a continuation of Generate a CSR and will take you from creating and receiving your SSL cert from your authority of choice to installing it in apache. I've chosen to Apache since it is the most common web server...
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Ubuntu uses a different Apache layout than you may have encountered if you have used Apache with non-Debian based Operating Systems.
The differences are not huge and, indeed, help in configuring and deploying websites.


Contents...
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Apache is one of the most popular applications used to serve web pages. This article will show you how to set it up with PHP. This article assumes that you have followed the Arch 2007.08 - Setup article.


Contents

1 Install...
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Ubuntu comes with Apache and PHP and they are easily installed via the default Ubuntu Package Manager 'aptitude'.
The advantage of using aptitude is that you will get any security updates from Ubuntu (if and when distributed) and...
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Now we have Apache installed and running, we can configure it to serve multiple domains using Virtual Hosts.


Contents

1 Create the layout
2 index.html
3 Virtual Hosts
3.1 NameVirtualHost
3.2 Custom Virtual Hosts

4 a2ensite
5...
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Contents
1 CentOS - Installing Apache and PHP5
2 Apache Install
3 ServerName
4 Firewall
5 Default Page
6 Chkconfig
7 PHP5 Install
8 Almost

CentOS - Installing Apache and PHP5
CentOS comes with Apache v.2.2.3 and PHP v.5.1.6 and...
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