The most important aspect of webserver performance is the amount of available RAM. This means that as you set up your server it is important to prevent the server from using the swap file as this will dramatically slow down the server.Read more »
Log files are critical to managing Apache. Managing these logs can provide advance security warnings, provide detailed information in terms of who is visiting your site and where they are coming from and much more.Read more »
Apache is based on the code developed by the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) and has developed into the most secure and stable web server today. In fact, Apache has the major share of Internet web sites.Read more »
Learn about everything you'll need to build and maintain your Linux servers, and to deploy Web applications to them.
Whether you're planning on running Linux at home, or on a leased Web Server,Read more »
Recently I have faced a question in an interview about difference between application server and web server. While in interview I have some what explained the difference by intuition but was not very clear about the answer on theoretical grounds.Read more »
This book guides you to everything you will need to know to installing, maintaining and getting the best out of Lighttpd (or "Lighty" if you will). This piece of software is named correctly for its purpose, being a lightweight webserver. There are chapters about building Lighttpd, but even more interesting the book goes in depth about optimizing and securing the software.Read more »
This is a five part series that shows you how to tune your web server for best performance. The series covers partition placement, CPU, I/O, Memory and Network.Read more »