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Install and Configure CSF (Config Server Firewall) on CentOS/Cpanel

CSF : It is the abbreviation of Config Server Security & Firewall. CSF is for configuring or managing your server firewall easily and simply. Here is some useful steps to Install , configure and uninstall csf on server with CentOS. Installation Process: SSH to your server and do the following steps as root user. Step 1: Downloading csf package. rm -fv …

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How to Install MongoDB on CentOS and cPanel

MongoDB is one of those technologies that you should be paying attention to because it’s changing the way that developers interact with databases. MongoDB is officially a “NoSQL” database. Thanks to its architecture and BSON structure, it can scale more easily than other popular database servers like MySQL. MongoDB helps you to integrate database information into your apps easier and faster. That’s …

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Log the Total Number of Connections to a Port From an IP Address

Is there any log entries to find-out directly the total number of connections in server? In some high connection high load servers, this log would be helpful to monitor and tune the server with number of connections on it. We can simply sort out the total number of connections in a port by using the command netstat. There isn’t any …

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How To Install mod_geoip On a WHM/cPanel Server

mod_geoip is an API module released by MaxMind for Apache (or interchangeably, LiteSpeed) to quickly and easily obtain your website visitors’ geographical information. It offers high performance IP lookup especially when used together with PHP. See benchmark While instructions to install mod_geoip on Linux with Apache are easily available on the Internet, not much is written on how to install the module on WHM/cPanel servers. This tutorial will …

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How to Change & Set the Default crontab Editor

  Most hardcore command line users and unix geeks love vi, but I prefer nano. If you want to change your default crontab editor to nano, here’s how to do this:   For a one time edit, launch the terminal and type: EDITOR=nano crontab -e If you want to set nano as your default editor in general, you use this command: export EDITOR=/usr/bin/nano …

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Linux / Unix: Sed Substitute Multiple Patterns [ Find & Replace ]

I’m using the date +’%D_%T’ to store Unix system date and time in a shell variable called $_now: _now=”$(date +’%D_%T’)” echo $_now Outputs: 01/20/12_16:10:42 I’d like to replace / and : with _. I’m aware of the following sed command: sed ‘s/\//_/g > s/:/_/g’ <<<“$_now” Outputs: 01_20_12_16_14_09 How do I specify two pattern within the same sed command to replace | and : with …

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Check Spam on EXIM Mail Server

We can simply find out the details spammers from mail queue itself. Some simple exim commands for check spams are below. First login tho the server via SSH, ssh root@IP then run the following commands exim -bpc This commands shows the total number of mails in the queue. If the result is high(eg:2000) you can confirm spamming. Example [root@EcLinux]# exim …

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