If you use really long URL in your website, you might run into errors with Apache server. Here’s how to increase max URL length in Apache.
Too many connections can slow down your Apache server and increase bandwidth consumption. Here’s how to limit connections in Apache.
For Apache caching, it’s essential to test if caching modules are enabled correctly. Here’s how to check if mod_expires is enabled in Apache
Apache provides mod_headers module to manage content caching. Here’s how to enable mod_headers in Apache
If you want to make Apache listen to a non-standard port, then here’s how to change Apache Port Number in Ubuntu
Apache allows you to cache content in multiple ways. Here’s how to enable Apache mod_expires in Ubuntu to set Expires and max-age cache-control directive
Apache allows you to cache content in memory or disk. Here’s how to install Apache mod_disk_cache to enable disk-based caching
Nagios is a powerful server and log monitoring system. Here’s how to install Nagios 4 in Ubuntu and Debian.
Apache allows you to add password authentication easily. Here’s how to find Apache password file location for your website.
Apache allows you to password protect files, directories and even websites. Here’s how to password protect one file in Apache.