The solution is quite easy. All you need to do is edit modules.conf
lnmp is an alternative setup to lamp. The difference between lamp & lnmp is the web server, lamp uses apache whereas lnmp uses nginx. lnmp stands for
when you turn on or off vnc in solusvm, a notification appears saying : “you need to reboot the virtual server for the changes to take affect”.
Httperf is a tool for measuring web server performance. It provides a flexible facility for generating various HTTP workloads and for measuring server performance.
NOTE : for accurate results, it’s best to run httperf from a remote machine and not from the localhost
to install httperf in red-hat based distributions (additional repo are needed. For centos you’ll need rpmforge, see here for installation)
yum install httperf
in debian based
apt-get install httperf
or install from source, here is the download page
move to the script directory and backup cufon-yui.js
cd wp-content/themes/lightword/js mv cufon-yui.js cufon-yui.js.bak
fetch the latest version of the script and rename it
wget --no-check-certificate https://github.com/sorccu/cufon/raw/master/js/cufon.js mv cufon.js cufon-yui.js
As part of an alignment between Seagate and Samsung, Seagate will take over Samsung’s storage department. Looks like an answer to western digital acquiring hitachi storage, which took place a couple of months ago.
This means there are three companies left manufacturing mechanical hdd. These are Western Digital, Seagate and Toshiba. While Seagate and Western Digital have a large share of the market, Toshiba has small and is not considered a “threat” to both Seagate and Western Digital.
While there were many companies in the hdd industry, over the years they have either been merged or acquired by another company. Western digital owns IBM storage and Hitachi storage while Seagate has Quantum, Maxtor and Samsung storage.
Anyone seen “Demolition man” with Sylvester Stallone? Remember the part where all restaurants were taken over by pizza hut ?
One thing I don’t like about virtualmin is the absence of suphp. After a few modifications, I managed to integrade it and make it the default php handler for new virtual hosts. This howto is based on centOS 5.5 32bit and virtualmin 3.83 gpl, you may have to change some things if you’re on another linux distribution such as paths or update manager commands, but the procedure will be more or less the same.