Tag: backups

WordPress® Auto-Updates: Should You Use Them?

Open Source projects just like WordPress have empowered more than a billion people in order to have an online profile. One factor that plagues the Open Source community is hackers. The nature of Open Source

Disaster Recovery And Why It Matters

Undead apocalypse. Random meteor drive. Electromagnetic pulse from the exact Sun. Or maybe basically a crashed hard push that has no data backup. But don’t forget volcanoes. Or vampires! These are usually just a few

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WordPress® Hardening: One-Click Security with cPanel

WordPress is far together with away the most widely-used content management system regarding the web, but of which popularity comes at a price. It’s also the most attacked CMS. Certainly not because it’s un-secure, and

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How To Configure a Cron Job

Do you find yourself wasting hours on tedious and repetitive server administration tasks? If you answered yes, you’re going to love this article, which explores how cron and cPanel & WHM help you automate these

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Keeping your CMS safe and secure

Website security is one of the most important aspects of running an online presence. A hacked website can lead to countless hours of debugging and repair, loss of income, to loss of credibility and lawsuits. With

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How to Setup DRBD to Replicate Storage on Two CentOS 7 Servers

The DRBD (stands for Distributed Replicated Block Device) is a distributed, flexible and versatile replicated storage solution for Linux. It mirrors the content of block devices such as hard disks, partitions, logical volumes etc. between

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Dealing with InnoDB Corruption – Common Misconceptions

InnoDB, given its (relatively) recent change as the default engine of MySQL, can quickly take an unfamiliar administrator off-guard if they’re not aware of the way that InnoDB works behind the scenes. With that in

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