How to Configure Apache Load Balancer

                  Load balancing is the process of distributing traffic across multiple servers for high-availability (HA) and elastic scalability. Many system administrators opt for dedicated software such as HAProxy to incorporate a proxy server. But with the mod_proxy_balancer module, you can easily use an unmanaged Linux cloud server as an Apache load balancer for domains or specified Read More >

                  How to Enable HTTP/2 in Apache

                  cPanel administrators can log into WebHost Manager (WHM) and enable HTTP/2 with EasyApache4 with a slider. Unmanaged server administrators don’t have that pretty graphical interface for this task, excluding maybe those using Webmin, Vesta Control Panel, or another system administration interface.  Regardless, it is still a quick, straight-forward process to enable HTTP/2 support on Apache Read More >

                  How to Install the ModSecurity Apache Module

                  The Apache web server software can be customized to suit your needs with many third party modules. One of the most popular Apache security modules is ModSecurity. It operates as a signature-based firewall, capable of blocking cross-site scripting (XSS), brute force attacks, and known code injection attacks for dynamic websites that depend on SQL and Read More >

                  How to Install Apache on Ubuntu

                  Before you can start hosting websites from your Ubuntu server, you will first need to install web server software. This software will function as a handler for your server, allowing users to connect to the server over the public internet. While there are many different types of web server software available, one of the most Read More >

                  How to Add Apache Modules

                  Your dedicated server uses the Apached HTTP Server by default. When it is loaded, it comes with a number of commonly distributed modules (for more information on these modules, see Apache HTTP modules). These modules are also called Dynamically Shared Objects (DSOs) and may be loaded while the Apache server is already running. Normally, Apache Read More >

                  Apache Codes

                  What are these Apache codes? 200 – OK A 200 response code means the connection has been successful and the browser will serve the websites content. 206 – Partial Content This code explains that the connection is only requesting parts of the website such as just the code with a wget command, this code can Read More >