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  1. How To Use WP-CLI to Manage your WordPress Site from the Command Line WordPress is an extremely popular blogging and Content Management System (CMS) used by millions of websites. It can be used to easily organize, manage, and create content on the web and handle interactions with visitors and contributors. Although mos... Read More
  2. How To Configure Single and Multiple WordPress Site Settings with Nginx WordPress is the most popular CMS (content management system) used on the internet today. WordPress sites can be served using a HTTP server such as Apache or NGINX, while Apache is a great option to serve websites, many sites have moved to NGINX beca... Read More
  3. How to Install Piwik on an Ubuntu 12.04 Cloud Server Piwik is an open-source analytics system, which can be hosted at your cloud sever. It provides a more personalized solution than Google Analytics as it lets you have ownership and more control of your data, shows detailed traffic in real-time, and it... Read More
  4. How To Create Nagios Plugins With Bash On CentOS 6 Bash is a popular command processor available on Linux by default. This time, we will expand on this idea and create Nagios plugins using Bash. Step 1 - Install RPMForge Repository and NRPE on client rpm -ivh http://pkgs.repoforge.org/rpmforge-rele... Read More
  5. How To Create Nagios Plugins With PHP On CentOS 6 PHP is a popular programming language that allows you to quickly create scripts and install additional libraries. This time, we will expand on this idea and create Nagios plugins using PHP. Step 1 - Install RPMForge Repository and NRPE on client rp... Read More
  6. How To Create Nagios Plugins With Perl On CentOS 6 Perl is a popular programming language that allows you to quickly create scripts and install additional libraries. This time, we will expand on this idea and create Nagios plugins using Perl. Step 1 - Install RPMForge Repository and NRPE on client ... Read More
  7. How To Create Nagios Plugins With Perl On Ubuntu 12.10 Step 1 - Install NRPE on client apt-get install -y perl nagios-nrpe-server useradd nrpe && update-rc.d nagios-nrpe-server defaults Step 2 - Create your Perl Script It would be a good idea to keep your plugins in same directory as other Nagi... Read More
  8. How To Create Nagios Plugins With PHP On Ubuntu 12.10 Step 1 - Install NRPE on client apt-get install -y php5 nagios-nrpe-server useradd nrpe && update-rc.d nagios-nrpe-server defaults Step 2 - Create your PHP Script It would be a good idea to keep your plugins in same directory as other Nagio... Read More
  9. How To Create Nagios Plugins With Ruby On CentOS 6 Step 1 - Install RPMForge Repository and NRPE on client rpm -ivh http://pkgs.repoforge.org/rpmforge-release/rpmforge-release-0.5.3-1.el6.rf.x86_64.rpm yum -y install ruby nagios-nrpe useradd nrpe && chkconfig nrpe on Step 2 - Create your Ru... Read More
  10. How To Use Top, Netstat, Du, & Other Tools to Monitor Server Resources How Do I Monitor Process Utilization? top One of the most common tools for checking the resource utilization of processes is "top". Top provides a simple, real-time table of your processes, with the largest consumers on top: top top - 14:45:52 up 2... Read More
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