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8+ Security Tips to Secure VPS Server in 2024? [Ultimate Guide]

RunCloud Team

Apr 26, 2024

6 min read

8+ Security Tips to Secure VPS Server in 2024? [Ultimate Guide]

Leaking customer data is never a good look for a business – in addition to the damage to your business’s reputation, it can result in serious legal penalties. In this post, we will discuss some ways to protect your VPS from an attacker, but first let’s understand what a VPS is. What Is a Virtual …

How to Fix the HTTP Error 503 Service Unavailable in 2024 [SOLVED]

RunCloud Team

Apr 23, 2024

5 min read

How to Fix the HTTP Error 503 Service Unavailable in 2024 [SOLVED]

Facing technical glitches like the dreaded HTTP Error 503 Service Unavailable can be frustrating, disrupting the seamless flow of online activities. In this comprehensive guide, we delve into effective solutions to tackle this issue head-on. From understanding the root causes to implementing step-by-step fixes, empower yourself with the knowledge to swiftly resolve the HTTP Error …

3 Ways to Fix Too many Authentication Failures SSH Root? [SOLVED]

RunCloud Team

Apr 21, 2024

5 min read

3 Ways to Fix Too many Authentication Failures SSH Root? [SOLVED]

If you have a server in the cloud, then the only way to connect to it is via an SSH connection. But occasionally, if you mistakenly mistype your password, or simply forget it, then the login process may result in a “Too Many Authentication Failures” error. If this happens to you then – don’t worry! …

CentOS vs Ubuntu – Which One Should You Choose in 2024?

RunCloud Team

Apr 18, 2024

7 min read

CentOS vs Ubuntu – Which One Should You Choose in 2024?

For many people getting started with Linux there’s an important debate to settle about which Linux distribution is best – it’s the battle of CentOS vs Ubuntu, and which one to go for. Let me save you some time – they are all best… it just depends on which distro is best for what! Many Linux …

Supercharging Your PHP Applications with Relay on RunCloud

RunCloud Team

Apr 12, 2024

5 min read

Supercharging Your PHP Applications with Relay on RunCloud

Are you looking to boost the performance of your PHP applications? Look no further than Relay, the next-generation caching layer for PHP. Installing Relay on a RunCloud server is a straightforward process that can significantly enhance your application’s efficiency. In this post, we’ll guide you through the steps needed to get Relay up and running …

How to Fix the DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_BAD_CONFIG Error Code

RunCloud Team

Apr 02, 2024

4 min read

How to Fix the DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_BAD_CONFIG Error Code

When browsing the internet, nothing is more frustrating than waiting for a website that takes seemingly forever to load.  This situation is exacerbated when the website fails to load entirely. In this article, we will discuss two common errors – namely DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_BAD_CONFIG and ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT that you might face when browsing the internet. We will take …

How to Edit Files on Remote Servers with SSH and Nano

RunCloud Team

Mar 11, 2024

6 min read

How to Edit Files on Remote Servers with SSH and Nano

If you manage a server using FTP, then it is highly likely that at some point you will have edited a file. In FTP, you would have had to download the file to your computer, edit it, and then upload it back to replace the existing file. Although this works, it is rather tedious.  Do …

How To Host Matomo Analytics On A RunCloud Server

RunCloud Team

Mar 08, 2024

5 min read

How To Host Matomo Analytics On A RunCloud Server

If you answered ‘Yes!’ to either of these questions, then you’re in the right place. Matomo is a free and open source web analytics platform that gives you insights into your website’s visitors, behavior, and conversions. In this post, we will show you how to host Matomo analytics on a RunCloud server and enjoy the …

How to Find Most Used Disk Space Directories and Files in Linux

RunCloud Team

Feb 29, 2024

6 min read

How to Find Most Used Disk Space Directories and Files in Linux

In Linux, you often need to identify and manage large files and directories to optimize storage and system performance. In this article, we will provide various methods to find most used disk space directories and files in Linux in a structured manner. Using Built in Utilities to Check Disk Usage In Linux Bash, you have …

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