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WEB & APPLICATION SERVER 6
Recovering cPanel Server from Crashed HDD With Rsync

Rsync is another very powerful command that is used to sync 2 directories between servers and only transfer the new files to the server.This is a great method for backing up the data as it is low on bandwidth and it is also commonly used to keep clustered servers working together. The ending slashes are very important when using rsync. If you are not familiar with how it works simply always make sure to have an ending slash on both the source and the destination and it should be fine

BENEFITS OF RUNNING A SERVER
  • Never pay another hosting fee for your domain name. Some ISPs charge between $10 to $85 per month for this service.
  • Enjoy an unlimited amount of web space. No more restrictions on server space. Now you can host your own sites with room to post your own streaming video, music or multimedia.
  • Host an unlimited amount of domain names. Create extra revenue by hosting web sites for other businesses, organizations and individuals.
  • Gain free access to an unlimited email accounts. Give your friends an email address@yourcompany.com
  • Host your own game server and portal.
  • Run server side software of your choice such as: PERL, ASP, JAVA, PHP, PYTHON, MySQL and more
Setting up an ASP Web server

In the Introduction to ASP tutorial we mentioned that ASP is usually run on Microsoft web servers. In this tutorial, we are going to talk about how to install and set up Personal Web Server (PWS) on your home PC. Be careful not to get this confused with the FrontPage Personal Web Server - it's the Microsoft Personal Web Server we want.

PWS runs on Windows 95, 98 and NT Workstation. Windows 95 users and Windows NT Workstation users install PWS from the NT Option Pack 4.0, while Windows 98 users install PWS from the Windows 98 CD. Simple!

IMAGE WEB SERVER
Welcome to the Image Web Server Tutorial . These pages are designed to take you from first principles, deployed in simple easy-to-understand HTML pages, to complex examples that solve real-world problems.
  • Click on the tutorial page links on this page to view each tutorial. The tutorials have inline code comments to help understand how to build Image Web Server sites.
From the tutorial pages you can use the following links to learn more about the tutorial:
  • Click on the overview link for a brief overview of the tutorial (in PDF).
  • Click on the code notes link to view the code notes for each sample page in a new browser window.
  • Click on the page code link to view the source code for that tutorial in a new browser window.
Using .htaccess Files with Apache

One of the most common needs Webmasters have is to cause the Web server to handle all the documents in a particular directory, or tree of directories, in the same way -- such as requiring a password before granting access to any file in the directory, or allowing (or disallowing) directory listings. However, this need often extends to more than just the Webmaster; consider students on a departmental Web server at a university, or individual customers of an ISP, or clients of a Web-hosting company. This article describes how the Webmaster can extend permission to tailor Apache's behaviour to users, allowing them to have some control over how it handles their own sub-areas of its total Web-space.

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