I want to set web server on Linux Box. I successfully Installl & run the one SIte me, but the another site i want to add are not working . Explain How to perform? Is DNS is require, if yes On same machine multiple server can be work?
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Re: Setting WebServer On Linux
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Whether you plan on using multiple domains, you have to work with apache vhosts to get where you want. Your domain seller usually can host the DNS for each of you domains so having yourself a dns server is not mandatory
The vhost configuration is in your apache config file (apache.conf or httpd.conf) which is usually located in /etc/apache2 (or /use/local/apache or /usr/local/apache ... depending on your configuration/distro
You'll see in it that there are some examples to help you with that, basically, vhosts are used for apache to know which site it's gonna display when he's called, which is definitely mandatory if you plan on using multiple sites
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Follow to mention below instruction to Increase the speed in you server.
Up grading the Hardware - The most important
factor of getting better speed is by upgrading the existing hardware
such as your hard drive, RAM and CPU.
Cache Settings - There are multiple things that can be cached on a
webserver, that includes the sites as well. Starting at the minimum
level with application caches and climb up to the Db cache, server
cache, and web application cache. If the files are already cached in the
system it will take less time to load the files the next time they are
accessed, as compared to the files that are newly
Tool to check cache- Linux Drop Cache,etc.,
Find and disable unimportant Services - There may be some services
that are running even when the server is in the idle state. Such
processes would not only consume RAM but might add to the CPU cycles as
well. So disabling the services that are unnecessary or are not that
important can further increase the speed of the server.
Compiling applications from the Source - Optimizing the services
and applications so that it they get compiled at source instead from the
generic binaries can help you increase the speed of your web-server.
Optimizing the web and Db server - It is recommended to optimize
your web server and the database server on a regular basis. This would
help the web-apps to operate faster and with a much more efficient
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Hello kindly try this steps and links in publishing your site on net.
Understand the basics. To publish a web site, you should
know what a web site must have to be published. A website has a unique
web address like www.google.com or www.yahoo.com. This is called a
domain name. Each domain name is registered with a DNS (Domain Name
Server), which identifies a domain name with a unique ID i.e. IP
address (A bunch of 4 groups of 3 digits each). Then, a web site must
have a webspace allocated to it. This is provided by a Web Server
maintained by many companies.
Look on the web if the name you want to register for website is still available i.e not registered by anyone. You can search for this on many websites like http://www.networksolutions.com etc. If the name is available, then go for it, or think over a new name.
Note the following. If the name is available, then you
should go to an Internet Service Provider and get the name of your
website registered. You'll get a unique IP address and domain name from
the same Internet Service Provider or another buy a web space for your
web site. A normal and usual website can be designed with 5 MB of Web
space. Depending on your requirement buy web space. There may be
generally two options one on a web server using Windows hosting or
Linux hosting. Linux hosting is generally cheaper. Also consider the
design of your web site and tools you are using to develop your web
pages. These should be available on the hosting web server.
Get your web pages designed and working on your own or by a professional web site designer.
Upload the contents of the web pages (files, Folders etc.) as it
is to the web server with FTP address, login and password provided by
hosting service provider.
A couple of questions for you...
1) What do you mean by 'crash'? How do you know its crashed?
2) Can you look in the Windows Event Viewer to see if there are any warning/error messages in the Application or System logs around the time of the starting or crashing of your web site on port 80? If so, anything that suggests the issue. If you don't understand the errors, try posting some of them here.
3) Is there any other web server running on port 80? If your running Internet Information Server, open the Internet Information Server Manager (mmc) console and click on "Web Sites" and it should list all the sites in the right pane. If you have anything 'running' on port 80, it will conflict.
4) Are you running Apache or any other web server on the system? If so, you're going to need to look at those configurations as well.
5) How about any other applications that might have a built in web server?