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WEB & APPLICATION SERVER 5
How to SETUP SSL Apache MODSSL

Setup SSL Tutorial teaches you how to generate and setup a SSL certificate.
Assuming you have apache and openssl installed, you would like to generate and setup an SSL certificate for a domain and generate a CSR.

Domain Name Server (DNS) configuration using Bind version 8 or 9

Two of the most popular ways to configure the program Bind to perform DNS services is in the role of (1) ISP or (2) Web Host.

  1. In an ISP configuration the DNS server must resolve IP addresses for any URL the user wishes to visit. (See DNS caching server)
  2. In a purely web hosting configuration, Bind will only resolve for the IP addresses of the domains which are being hosted. This is the configuration which will be discussed and is often called an "Authoritative-only Nameserver".

When resolving IP addresses for a domain, Internic is expecting a "Primary" and a "Secondary" DNS name server. (Sometimes called Master and Slave) Each DNS name server requires the file /etc/named.conf and the files it points to.

Apache server response codes
Whenever a user sends a request to a server, a process called a ‘handshake’ begins where the server and your computer communicate and the server makes sure it can accommodate what your user has requested of it. This means being able to make the connection between the two computers and then completing the transfer of data. Headers are short fragments of text which are generated by servers to hold information pertaining to each transfer as it occurs. There are four kinds of headers:
 
ab - Apache HTTP server benchmarking tool for < apache stress test
ab is a tool for benchmarking your Apache Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) server. It is designed to give you an impression of how your current Apache installation performs. This especially shows you how many requests per second your Apache installation is capable of serving.
Web Hosting Tutorial

If you want your Web Site to be visible to the world, it has to be Hosted on a Web Server.

In this tutorial we will teach you what Web Hosting is, and what Web Hosting has to offer.

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