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Gearman is a fantastic, open-source parallel task runner and/or job server. It is simple to implement and works across many different languages. In fact, you can call workers that run in one... read more »
With the release of Ubuntu 14.04 and the proliferation of PHP 5.5, there is going to be a migration away from Alternative Performance Cache (APC) and toward PHP’s new built-in OPcache. This... read more »
Linux, like other operating systems, organizes itself using directories and files that can potentially be accessed, altered, or executed. To prevent internal anarchy, Linux gives different levels... read more »
File compression can be accomplished in many different ways on a Linux system. The easiest way to determine which method to use to de-compress your file is to look at the extension. If your... read more »
If you don’t know how to set up aliases in Linux, you should be very happy you have reached this page! Aliases are one of the most time-saving devices known to man. An alias is a way to make a... read more »
Varnish is an amazing frontend cache that is useful for serving static pages and reducing load on your server. In periods of high server activity and traffic, Varnish can be a life saver. Also,... read more »
File ownership and groups for files are fundamental to the Linux operating system. Every file in Linux is managed by a specific user and a specific group. Figure Out Who Owns the File, Then Use... read more »