Category: Mac

What & How to configure Apache Multi-Processing Modules (MPMs)

Are you worried about your Apache server performance? Okay let’s talk about Apache Multi-Processing Modules (MPMs). There is a documentation for Apache MPM but who has got time to read the documentations. Let’s talk in simple plain english about Apache Multi-Processing Modules (MPMs). All you need is 15 mins to learn Apache MPMs(happy-face).

What

The MPMs are used to change the basic functionality of the web server. It’s possible due to Apache’s modular design. The MPM, or Multi Processing Module, you use is responsible for just about the entire HTTP session. Starting from listening on the network, taking requests in and most importantly, how to handle those requests. With the MPM you use Apache’s behaviour will change. Apache offers three MPMs to choose from; Prefork, Worker, and Event. You might be wondering which MPM module you should choose. Answer is right below.

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What And How To Use Apache Virtual Host?

Hellow there! How’s it going? Today I thought of concentrating my blog on Apache Virtual Host. There you have the URL to the documentation page. It’s for the Apache HTTP Server Version 2.2. Have you got time to read all that? I mean who’s got time to read all those docs? That’s why I’m here for. I’ll make this blog post short and sweet for you(happy-face).

What’s Apache Virtual Host?

Apache Virtual Hosts A.K.A Virtual Host(Vhost) are used to run more than one web site(domain) using a single IP address. In other words you can have multiple web sites(domains) but a single server. Different sites will be shown depending on the user’s requested URL. Best part is you can have any number of virtual hosts in a single server. It simply means you can have any number of web sites(domains) in a single server.

Virtual Host

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Unix(Linux,Mac) Screen Command

Hey techies! How’s it going? I couldn’t share a blog post on unix for a while. So I thought of writing one for you guys and you are going to love it(wink-face). Do you know what we are going to talk about? Today we are going to talk about “Screen“(excited-face). The screen command works on both unix based operating systems such as linux, mac. Brace yourself mac/linux lovers. It’s a very useful command. I’m sure once you learn it, you are gonna use it everyday. We’ll start with the basics. Then we’ll dive into some command line examples as well. Are you ready? here we go(happy-face). – Read More –

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