- • Command: apt-get update -y
- • Command: apt-get install mongodb -y
- • Command: systemctl start mongodb
- • Command: systemctl enable mongodb
- • Command: Apt-get install curl gnupg2 unzi...
- Add 'skip-grant-tables' to my.cnf under the [mysqld] section
- restart mysql
- type mysql with no password and hit enter
- Run This:
Posted in Linux Servers, Windows Servers on Oct 12, 2022
Looking for Manage Cloud hosting specialist organization, yet befuddled about how to choose one according to your needs. Also, which hosting administration to choose from twelve of contests. Do whatever it takes not to stretch in this article I will clear up for you comprehensively about Web hosting, transmission capacity, execution. And afterward at last which one to buy as indicated by your requirements. I have not examined AWS, I will make a different article on that, as AWS needs a specific article.
What is Web Hosting
The first thing we need to understand is what Web Hosting is. It is ext...[Read more...]
Posted in Linux Servers, Windows Servers on Aug 18, 2022
The hosting provider you pick is essential to the progress of your site. A trustworthy web hosting company keeps your website online and assists you with keeping away from pointless downtime.
This guide makes sense of the best kinds of web hosting companies facilitating for various circumstances. Utilize these comparisons to find the best web hosting without spending too much money.
What are Web Hosting Services and which one is appropriate for You?
Hosting services for websites are the web space where your storefront is found. To set up online, hosting services are the property managers who s...[Read more...]
Posted in Linux Servers on May 30, 2022
Step 1: First of all update the base system with the latest available packages.
Step 2: Install MongoDB
Step 3: Install Node.js
Install all required dependencies with this command:
Posted in Amazon Cloud Services, Linux Servers, Microsoft Azure Cloud on Jan 05, 2022
Finally, new year is here.
The year 2021 presented many challenges and new opportunities for companies around the globe and we're hopeful that 2022 is the year to grow your team and bring your company to the next step.
In retrospect, one aspect that increased quickly during the year 2021 was the demand for IT specialists. Indeed, thanks to working remotely, the requirement for IT professionals is now more essential than ever before, and more complicated.
Based on the current circumstances given the current situation, it's not right to assume that the demand for IT experts will be active throu...[Read more...]
Posted in Linux Servers on May 05, 2021
Benefits of Tally on Cloud
Tally On Cloud- When anyone uses Tally ERP 9 on third-party cloud servers, this type of usage is called tally on cloud.
Today there is an increase in the demand for Tally on Cloud in India. We must say tally on cloud in India changes the whole working environment in businesses. When we check out the list of tally line products it is the most used and trending product. Maybe we can say this is because of the pandemic scenario in which most businesses choose to Work From Home. The Work From Home culture and the benefits of tally on cloud both make it the best choice ...[Read more...]
Posted in Linux Servers on Nov 02, 2020
How to configure Nginx as a reverse proxy for Apache on CentOS
Nginx and Apache are powerful web servers. Apache’s power and Nginx’s speed are well known, However, both of them do have drawbacks. Apache is hard on server’s memory while Nginx can’t process PHP on its own and needs the help of the PHP-FPM or similar modules for dynamic content. In this tutorial, we are going to combine the two web servers to get the best result of each other, We are going to set Nginx as our static content processor and Apache to processing the back end and dynamic content.
Install and configure Nginx via below ...[Read more...]
Posted in Linux Servers on Oct 13, 2020
How to Install MariaDB 10.5 on CentOS 8 | CentOS 7
The stable version of MariaDB 10.5 was released on June 2020 and it will be supported until June 2025. You can see all the new features in MariaDB 10.5 from the changes page. The software can be used free of charge under the conditions of the GNU General Public License Version 2.
There are multiple steps to install MariaDB 10.5 and these are steps:
Step 1. Add MariaDB YUM repository
In Linux whenever you want to install any type of packages you need to install it’s yum repositories. So Run the following commands to add the repository provided ...[Read more...]
Posted in Linux Servers on Apr 08, 2020
Step 1: When you are ready to begin, go ahead and install Pure-FTPD using yum on server.
yum install pure-ftpd
Step 2: after installation Edit the default configuration (/etc/pure-ftpd/pure-ftpd.conf) and uncommnet the following lines.
PAMAuthentication yes PureDB /etc/pure-ftpd/pureftpd.pdb
Save and close the file.
Step 3: Configure Service pure-ftp service
systemctl enable pure-ftpd systemctl start pure-ftpd
Step 4: Create a new ftp user account for website account using pure-pw.
pure-pw useradd $USERNAME -u $USER -g $GROUP -d /path/to/ftp/directory For Exmaple : pure-pw useradd rajesh...
Posted in Linux Servers on Nov 08, 2019
If you accidentally deleted the root user on my local setup MySQL running on OS linux. There are no other users created to get back into MySQL. I am sharing solution for the recover the root user. Get someone with SysAdmin rights and do the following:
DELETE FROM mysql.user WHERE user = 'root' AND host = 'localhost'; INSERT INTO mysql.user SET user = 'root', host = 'localhost', password = Password('whatevernewpassword'), Select_priv = 'y',...
Posted in Linux Servers on Nov 08, 2019
One of these settings is the password for the database root account – which you must keep private and use only when strictly required.
If you forget the password or need to reset it (for example, when a database administrator changes roles – or is laid off!).
This article will come in handy. We will explain how to reset or recover forgottent MySQL or MariaDB root password in Linux.
Although we will use a MariaDB server in this article, the instructions should work for MySQL as well.
To begin, stop the database service and check the service status, we should see the environment variable we set...[Read more...]