Learn how to configure a host header in order to add additional websites to a server with Windows Server 2016. This process allows you to host multiple websites with unique domain names on the same server and IP address.
Learn how to get started with the popular relational database MySQL/MariaDB. This quick start guide will cover the installation of both, and an introduction to basic MySQL/MariaDB commands.
CronJobs automate administrative processes such as system maintenance, monitoring storage space and scheduling backups – completely automatic and in the background of the system. This makes CronJobs ideal for computers that have to function around the clock, such as servers. Find out here where and how CronJobs are used.
Learn how to use the Curl utility to work with CouchDB from the command line. Although the Futon web admin interface is an easy way to perform simple operations with CouchDB, the API is the most flexible, fast, and powerful way to perform standard CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations in CouchDB, both by hand and with scripts.
With this guide you can easily learn how to install and run MongoDB on a Linux server.
Learn basic MySQL/MariaDB disaster recovery and preparedness: How to import databases from an exported MySQL dump file.
Learn basic MySQL/MariaDB disaster recovery and preparedness: How to reset the root MySQL/MariaDB password.
HTTP status codes emerge when something isn’t running properly on the internet. In this respect, the 502 Bad Gateway error is no exception. But this familiar error message can be particularly tricky: It’s not actually clear where the source of the problem lies. In the chain of gateways along which internet requests run, the error could occur at a number of different points. This article explains...
HTTP is indispensable as a mediator between the browser and web server: Both communicate with each other using the transmission protocol on the application layer by sending various types of messages. With an HTTP request, for example, the browser can request a resource or return its own data to the server. If one of these HTTP methods doesn’t work, error 405 (Method Not Allowed) occurs. But what...
When a website is visited, the server generates a session ID and assigns it to the user. This session ID is temporarily created by the server and assigned to the user for a during their active session to identify the user and their data exchanges throughout the session.