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In this article, we are going to explain how to check memory usage in Linux with the help of the command line. Here is a list of commands for checking memory use in Linux. 1) grep  Use the grep command to search all log files in /var/log/ location for an out-of-memory error. grep -i -r ‘out of memory’ /var/log/ 2) free -m Use this command “free” to find the current memory usage in the server. free -m The command will show you the current “RAM” and “SWAP” usages in MB. 3) sar......

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How to Edit Components from the Plesk

This article will let you add or remove the Plesk panel’s components (DNS server, DataBase servers, and FTP Server) from an existing installation. 1. Log into your “Plesk Account” 2. Now, search for the “Tools & Settings” 3. You will see the “Plesk” option from that you need to click on the “Updates” 4. Click on the “Add/Remove Components” 5. After this, You can see the available “Components” on this screen. The component’s icon is either green or red depending on whether it has been installed or not. The green icon shows......

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How to Remove Exited Containers in Docker

Docker makes it easy to collect an excessive number of discarded containers, which block output and take up disc space. Additionally, Docker provides command-line utilities for system cleanup. When a container quits, we can use the command shown below to delete it if we know in advance that it won’t be around for long: Furthermore, we may find containers using docker ps -a and filter them based on their status, such as created, resuming, running, paused, or exited. The list of exited containers can be filtered by status with the -f parameter.......

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How to Modify the Recursive DNS Queries Settings in Plesk

In this article, we will explain how to change the recursive DNS (domain name service) settings in the Plesk control panel. Follow the following steps to change the recursive DNS queries, setting in the Plesk panel 1. Log in to the “Plesk” panel 2. Now, Search for the “Tools & Settings” Option 3. Click on the “DNS Settings” 4. You can see the “Server-wide Settings” option 5. You will find the “Recursive DNS queries” option, and you can see the “Allow for all requests” selected 6. You need to click the “Allow for requests......

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How to Use Plesk to Make Server GDPR Compliant

In this article, we are going to explain how to make your server GDPR compliant using Plesk. Follow the following steps to make your server GDPR compliant using Plesk. 1. Log into your “Plesk” account 2. You need to click on the “Tools & Settings” 3. Now, Click on the “Server Settings” 4. You need to Tick the check box “Anonymize IP addresses during log rotation and collecting of web statistics”. 5. Click the check box “Force daily log rotation for all domains”. 6. Under the option “Allow to save website log files......

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How to Restart Your Plesk Service

In this article, you will learn how to restart your services in the Plesk control panel by following the instructions. On occasion, you might need to start, halt, or restart server services using a management panel like Plesk. Follow the following steps to restart your Plesk Services 1. Log into your “root” account 2. Search for the “Tools & Settings” 3. Now, Click on the “Services Management” option 4. By clicking on the symbol, you can now “Stop the Servers” or “Restart the Servers.” By selecting the “Refresh” button, you can “Refresh”......

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In this article, we will explain what is CouchDB and how to install Apache CouchDB on Centos 7 CouchDB was first released in 2005, and in 2008 it was accepted as an Apache Software Foundation project. CouchDB is an open-source database. Apache CouchDB™ lets you access your data where you need it. The concurrency-oriented programming language Erlang is used to construct CouchDB, which uses JSON for data storage, JavaScript for querying using MapReduce, and HTTP for an API. CouchDB has a document-oriented NoSQL database design. Follow the steps to install Apache CouchDB......

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How to Setup Website’s Timezone Using .user.ini file:

In this article, we will explain how to Set-up your website’s Timezone via .user.ini file. Suppose you are looking to change or want to set up your website’s Timezone with the help of .user.ini file. You can do it by following the steps below. Step 1: You need to first use SSH to access the server and navigate to the public html folder. To do this, use the File Manager tool in your control panel. Step 2: In our public html directory, create a.user.ini file and add the following code to it:......

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How to Install Page-speed Module on a cPanel

In this article, we will explain how to install the page speed module on a cPanel Server. The easyapache 4 option in WHM makes it easy to install the Apache module. Follow the following steps to install the page-speed module on a cPanel server. 1. Log into your “WHM as the root user” 2. Now select the “EasyApache4” option found in WHM. 3. Click on customize option and “Swipe the Toggle” 4. Then search for the pagespeed module by clicking on “Apache Modules.” 5. After this you need to click on the......

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How To Setup Web Users In Plesk Panel

Plesk allows you to host personal web pages for users who do not require their own domain names on your web server. To create a web user in Plesk, follow the instructions below. 1. Log into your “Plesk Account”. 2. Click on the “Website & Domains”. 3. Click on the “Web Users” tab. 4. Now, click on the “Add Web User” to add a user. 5. Fill up the form to “Add a web user” You will receive a confirmation message after clicking the OK button and submitting the form. Was this......

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