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On some occasions apache server will just fail, and become crashed, failing to restart with an error message like


I have setup an web server using Apache on CentOS. How do I configure firewall using iptables to allow or block access to the web server under CentOS ? In Tutorial I will show you How do I do it.


There are a lot of people do not know what these variables and how they can be used , this Variables exist in php.ini file , the php.ini file isĀ containsĀ settings PHP on server , and for each variable in the php.ini file have a special role and can be disabled and activated with ON and […]

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By default Apache server listens on TCP port 80 but I’d like an Apache Web Server to listen on port 80 and port 8080. The following article explains how do I configure Apache server to listen multiple ports under CentOS Linux Server?


Linux Start / Stop / Restart Apache Server

by lifeLinux on December 30, 2011

I’m using Apache server in CentOS / RHEL / Debian / Ubuntu and I’d like to start, stop or restart my apache server after making some changes to configuration settings. How do I start/stop/restart apache server ?


Installing Apache With Worker MPM And PHP-FastCGI

by lifeLinux on August 28, 2011

The worker MPM uses multiple child processes with many threads each. Each thread handles one connection at a time. Worker generally is a good choice for high-traffic servers because it has a smaller memory footprint than the prefork MPM. This guide provides the process of switching from Apache’s default installation of MPM Prefork to that […]


How To Setup A LAMP Server On Centos 6.0

by lifeLinux on August 26, 2011

LAMP is essentially a server that runs Linux, Apache, MySQL and Php/Perl and is more commonly known as a LAMP server. This guide provides step-by-step instructions for installing a full-featured LAMP server on a CentOS 6 .0