mod_evasive is a useful Apache module that protects your website from malicious requests and DDOS attacks. Here’s how to check if mod_evasive is installed in Apache.
If you want multiple directories to point to same path, use aliases. Here’s how to alias directories in NGINX.
Sometimes mod_evasive may block relevant traffic to your websites. In that case, here’s how to disable mod_evasive in Apache.
NGINX can do load balancing across multiple back end servers. Here’s how to configure weighted load balancing in NGINX.
mod_evasive protects your website from DOS, DDOS and malicious attacks. Here’s how to check if mod_evasive is working in Apache.
Sometimes, you may need to forward request headers from NGINX proxy server to another server. Here’s how to proxy pass headers in NGINX.
Apache MPM provides multiple modules for multiprocessing. It uses prefork method by default. Here’s how to change from Apache MPM Prefork to Worker.
Sometimes, you may need to pass user requests to another server. Here’s how to configure NGINX proxy pass to another server.
When a user is removed but apache config is not updated, it will give an error. Here’s how to fix bad user name error in Apache.
When you move your website, you might need to move your web root location. Here’s how to change NGINX root location for your website.