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1answer
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Protect my server app? [closed]

I have a very important C program I need to protect in my website. This program is called once per minute and the reply is not time sensitive (e.g. if the reply is late by a few seconds it's ok). The ...
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0answers
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Basic Server Monitoring Solutions [duplicate]

There are heaps of questions regarding monitoring software. I've spent quite a few hours over several days slowly picking through the options. So far none do what I want, which is fairly basic I ...
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1answer
70 views

Application log storage/review tool

My boss is wanting me to wrap applications on a few servers with shell scripts (or inline code for those we develop ourselves) to log basic data (user, date/time, commandline) to a central server so ...
0
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1answer
42 views

What can cause increase in “time spent on php”

While monitoring a traffic decrease in the last couple of hours, I've noticed a hugh increase in 'time spent on php' through newrelic: Not sure how/where to start debug this. The requests-per-min ...
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78 views

Advice on root account and ports ubuntu server

I've recently launched a website that's only been online 2 days, just checked the auth.log and already there are multiple login attempts being made from an IP based in Asia. I've changed my own user ...
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2answers
1k views

Apache not automatically starting after a reboot of a Scientific Linux Vagrant Box

Every time I reboot my Scientific Linux box, I have the problem that it is not starting the Apache Web Server (httpd). I have to do it manually with this code: [vagrant@magento ~]$ sudo service ...
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2answers
148 views

How to run Linux system commands from web interface?

I'm looking for a clean and secure way to run specific Linux system commands from a web interface. Let's say I would like to sudo -u differentuser ping 0.0.0.0. The IP address is supplied by user in ...
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0answers
73 views

NGINX — serve static files within location

I'm trying to setup a virtual location in nginx in order to serve large static files from a directory. The main app is a symfony2 program. What I would like to do is having an url where you could ...
0
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1answer
125 views

installing SSL certs on apache … what certs to use?

Im an intermediate Linux user and got assigned the task to make Apache run https connections. Currently running centOS 6 and my problem is following: installed mod_ssl and tried to set up paths ...
0
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1answer
85 views

Changing VPS hosting provider on highload website [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Server migration: most efficient way I just want to switch my VPS hosting provider. What is the best way to do it? I need complete transfer of my whole VPS including the ...
0
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3answers
428 views

Filesystem access through web interface

I have an SSH+Samba server so people can access its files from anywhere on the network. I thought it would be also interesting to provide access through a web interface, so they can access the files ...
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2answers
2k views

Cannot access Nagios Web Interface

After successfully installing Nagios core 3.4.1 (i also installed plug-in1.4.11) on our linux rhel 5.3 server i cannot login to the nagios web interface.I am running apache 2.2.3 I am using internet ...
0
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2answers
250 views

Modify iptables firewall via web page

I need for support personnel to be able to open firewall holes via the web. I know this is a permissions nightmare but I have to do it. I have gotten as far as creating a perl program which can do ...
3
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6answers
675 views

Correct recursive chmod, separate for files & dirs

I'd like to recursively chmod a directory so that: Files are 0664 Directories are 0775 How to do it better, shorter, fancier? :) Maybe, use umask somehow? All find solutions are too long: I ...
2
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4answers
733 views

Web Based Linux Server Monitoring

I'm in search of a tool that would monitor my server, something like a phpSysInfo or munin. I want to gather as much as possible so log parsing would be ideal. Also I need an opensource solution ...
0
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5answers
410 views

Apache www folder is read only

I am trying to create files in my /var/www folder (debian), but the folder is read only. The only way I can create a file is to go into root and create it in the terminal. Then I have to edit the ...
0
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2answers
95 views

Mail server and web server on different servers

I am writing a PHP application for a client who currently hosts their website on a shared domain with fasthosts. The PHP application is going to be stored on a dedicated server at our location. Part ...
1
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1answer
67 views

Certain web page cannot be retrieved

I have a simple web site in php served over apache running on ARM Linux. It normally works fine. But sometimes, certain pages cannot be retrieved at all. I have 5-6 pages. All the other pages would ...
2
votes
3answers
421 views

Gathering web page statistics in a Bash script

I need to gather statistics on how long it takes to retrieve a web page once every couple of seconds. I can do a time wget --spider http://www.google.com/index.html (spider will not download ...
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4answers
3k views

What is the best to do linux administration via web interfae [closed]

I have written few shell scripts which can do specific tasks . But my mangaer wants that there should be some web interface where , he can run those scripts and function using web . Now i don't know ...
0
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2answers
205 views

Web Server Running Low in Memory

I have an EC2 small instance that has 2 gigs of memory, running Fedora Linux. Typically, I get about 275 page views per day on average, and I have a monitoring agent on the box. Some of the stats are ...
2
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3answers
1k views

How to add disk space to /var/www for my websites?

I did $ df -h and it threw this: Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/md1 9.7G 1.7G 7.6G 18% / /dev/md2 683G 211M 649G 1% /home tmpfs ...
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5answers
377 views

Web-based *nix shell

is there any solution like LogmeIn consisting on a small client to install upon a *nix machine and hence being able to use its shell from the browser bypassing proxies because it all will work on :80? ...
2
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1answer
63 views

How can I provide easy transparent access to internal resources from a web browser

My company has a field engineering force which works onsite at customers. Many of those customers have very restrictive rules. One cannot usually connect a non-customer owned laptop to the network, ...
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0answers
97 views

How many server does this kind of website needs

I am planning to run a website that host big files (around 200mb total is 2TB of files), I want to run a website that support multiple user downloading such file, I estimate there will be 100 user ...
4
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6answers
482 views

Enterprise grade file sharing

Can anybody suggest any web based application ( enterprise grade) that will allow my internal users to share files with the outside world. Maybe something like yousendit, but I want to be able to host ...
1
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2answers
473 views

Can you recommend a free control panel app (cPanel alternative) or a special Linux distro (featuring such a panel) for a small shared web hosting? [closed]

My company CEO has decided to move 3 websites the company runs to our dedicated server (which runs CRM, accounting, e-mail etc, and is not loaded much) from a shared web hosting where they are now. ...
0
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1answer
84 views

Linux file permissions issue, unexpected access to file

I'm relatively new to Linux so please excuse my ignorance. I have a public web directory where I have been experimenting with the permissions to try to learn about them. I have set up a simple ...
3
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6answers
1k views

Best Linux flavor for web application development (LAMP)

Currently I am using Fedora 12/13 for web application (LAMP) development. Would serious users of LAMP consider any other flavor. Usage is for my laptop. If you require more info, pls request, just ...
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6answers
1k views

Is there a free-embedded SSH solution?

I'm working for an important company which has some severe network policies. I'd like to connect from my work, to my home linux server (mainly because it allows me to monitor my home-automated ...
0
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4answers
617 views

Recommended programming language for linux server management and web ui integration

I am interested in making an in house web ui to ease some of the management tasks I face with administrating many servers; think Canonical's Landscape. This means doing things like, applying package ...
0
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1answer
141 views

How Do I Determine Which Domain Has The Most Traffic?

My client is hosting like 500 domains. His senior sysop for some reason is unavailable. We're trying to figure out what command you type with Linux and Apache to determine which domains are taking up ...
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4answers
1k views

Is there a simple logging based web proxy?

For the fun, I'm curious to save all web traffic I send/receive. Is there any FLOSS web proxy software that runs on Ubuntu Linux that will just save, to a file, the headers, url, datetime and the ...
1
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5answers
344 views

Web Based SVN Tool

I am looking for a web solution where I can install it on my SVN server. I would like to be able to do the following with it: Track changes by author Create a report on who did what View changes ...
0
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2answers
240 views

Java on Linux Web Hosting Recommendations

I am looking to develop a web application that will require Java. I've googled around quite a bit, but it seems that there are many options out there, lots of dubious-looking reviews sites, and not a ...
1
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2answers
404 views

Tunnel web request via ssh

I am looking to give access a website which is blocked outside this country, to a friend who is located outside the county. I have a linux box here inside the county. i have a user set up on the ...
1
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3answers
1k views

What is kvm reboot?

Some web hosting providers offer "kvm reboot" for their dedicated servers? What does that mean? Does it mean the server reboots automatically after a crash or freeze?