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SWAP is an important mechanism that provides reasonable management of virtual server memory by moving some data from RAM to SSD. The technology is relevant in cases where the system needs so much RAM that the server does not have physically. Activating swapping allows you to put the data that is least frequently used in a special partition on the drive.
The 21st century is already in its third decade, and modern technology has greatly simplified the lives of both developers and ordinary entrepreneurs who need a website to work. For the design and layout of the site in most cases, you do not need a programmer, and most of the work can be done with the help of a universal website builder, which will allow for a few hours to "build" a landing page, blog or even a full online store. Yes, this method has its disadvantages:
A virtual private server is an isolated environment with its own operating system and dedicated capacity, simulating a full-fledged physical server. That is, VPS is just a part of the physical server, which, nevertheless, has all its attributes:
Good day everybody! Due to numerous requests from customers in need of a cost-effective hosting solution with large storage capacity, we would like to announce the launch of VPS on HDD drives. With it, you can store huge amounts of data, run programs that require a lot of storage space, as well as set up regular backups and all this for a low price. Significantly cheaper than SSD or NVMe storage.
On the Internet, all information is transmitted in the form of small blocks of data – the so-called packets. The packet itself consists of the start bits, header, trailer, and payload – each such block with data is transmitted along a specific route, which, in turn, is determined by the router. The network route is "laid" based on the information received from the routing tables according to the routing protocols and instructions of the network administrator.
Ubuntu is a free GNU/Linux distribution developed and sponsored by a private British company, Canonical. It is currently supported by a large number of enthusiasts from the Internet community who are working to optimize and improve the system.
Regularly updating the CMS is important not only because of the new features and capabilities introduced by developers with the release of patches and versions but also for security reasons. The thing is that there are necessarily some vulnerabilities in any software – hackers are not always aware of them, and developers themselves sometimes face surprises. If a vulnerability has been discovered, with a conscientious approach to the development process, an update will be released shortly after that, eliminating the "gap in defense". Well, the sooner you, as a CMS user, receive this update, the lower the risk that attackers will be able to take advantage of the vulnerability to extract benefits.
One of the most difficult plugins in terms of configuration is W3 Total Cache. At the same time, it is extremely useful for all WordPress sites, as it significantly increases the speed of the resource, reduces its loading time, and reduces the overall server load. After spending a little time studying this material, you will be able to figure out how to configure the W3 Total Cache caching plugin for WordPress.
Great news for customers who want to buy .cc .cn .中国 and other Asian and Australian domains. HostZealot has announced a partnership with domain registrar WebNIC!
To deploy a working environment, you will definitely need to install a local server on Windows – as a rule, such a bundle includes two elements: