Docker is an open-source application that provides lightweight operating-system-level virtualization through the use of containers. The key benefit of Docker is that it allows users to package an application with all of its dependencies into a standardized unit for software development. Docker Engine is available in Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). In this guide, we will do the installation of Docker Community Edition on Debian 9.
Horizontal scaling is a method of adding numerous servers to a cluster to boost performance and offer high availability. The biggest advantage of horizontal scaling is that it provides room for growth and increases capacity on the fly.
Today we are going to guide you on how to show all users in the MySQL users Database.
A common question that most beginner MySQL users ask is “How do I see all of the users in my MySQL server?” Most of them assume that there is a show users command in MySQL, but there isn’t one. This is a common mistake because there are other MySQL commands for displaying information about the database. For example,
SHOW DATABASES will show us all of the databases that are present in our MySQL Server, and
SHOW TABLES will show us all the tables in the MySQL database that you have selected.
It’s not unusual for people to assume that there should be a
SHOW USERS command in MySQL. Even though there isn’t a specific command for it, there are several ways to actually see the list of users and even filter them to see exactly what you need. This can all be done with the MySQL command line tool – let’s get started.
If you have received the “Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which Is required by WordPress” error, then this tutorial will be able to help you fix that. This error is triggered when the PHP code in your site is not compatible with the version of PHP your WordPress site is currently using.
More specifically, this problem is related to the outdated MySQL extension which was removed as of PHP 7.0. In this tutorial, we will help you fix the problem with the PHP missing MySQL extension error, and help you complete the WordPress installation successfully.
Laravel is an open-source PHP framework that can be used to develop web applications easier and faster through built-in features.
It is based on the Symfony framework and following the model–view–controller architectural pattern.
When a server acts as the host for a website or an application, it is the backbone of this website or application’s functionality. The server provides resources with which the application can run on, as well as an internet connection that can allow for input from outside sources to occur, as well as output to other servers/systems. Therefore, it is vital that the server hosting your website/application is in working order and has its resources and capabilities available to be utilized at all times.
PHP is one of the most popular server scripting languages used for creating dynamic pages. Many popular CMS is written in PHP including, WordPress, Laravel, Magento, and many more.
The PHP 7.4 version was officially released on November 28th, 2019 with a number of new features. It has also few incompatibilities so you should take care before upgrading from the previous version.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to install PHP7.4 with Nginx on Ubuntu 20.04 server.
Nginx is a free, open-source, and one of the most popular web servers and reverses proxy servers. Mostly, it is used for load balancing and high-performance websites. It offers a rich set of features including, TCP and UDP proxying, auto-indexing, error code redirection, SSL support, fault tolerance, and many more.
ModSecurity is an open-source web application firewall that protects your web server from different kinds of attacks. You can enable this module with Nginx to block some attacks including, SQL injection, bad user agents, session hijacking, trojans, and more.
OPcache is an Apache module for the PHP interpreter. It is used to increase performance by storing precompiled scripts in shared memory space.
Generally, it is used to speed up the performance of WordPress and PHP-based applications. OPcache removing the need for PHP to load and parse scripts on each request.
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