Category Archives: Centos

How to Install Varnish on CentOS 7

1. Introduction Varnish is a proxy and cache, or HTTP accelerator, designed to improve performance for busy, dynamic web sites. By redirecting traffic to static pages, varnish reduces the number of dynamic page calls, thus reducing load. Varnish is designed for content-heavy dynamic web sites as well as heavily consumed APIs. In contrast to other… Read More »

How to FSCK a Linux Filesystem

There comes a time in every sysadmin’s life where filesystem errors just happen. Luckily, these are somewhat easy to fix, assuming you don’t have a greater problem involving physical hardware damage. First, you need to know the name of the disk device having the problem. Do a quick df to see what device the affected… Read More »

Install FFMPEG On CentOS

This is the latest method of installing FFMPEG on Centos server. All the command line given below includes latest softwares and working URL’s. 1) Check which OS version you are using. cat /etc/redhat-release 2). Create a directory to for source file compilations cd /usr/local/src mkdir ffmpeg cd ffmpeg 3) Install yum repo for the FFMPEG… Read More »

Install ClamAV in Centos with Cpanel

Installing antivirus is most important if you run a VPS or dedicated server, because of so many worms and trojans get in to your server often without notice and could compromise the server. Cpanel WHM Installation The easiest way to install clam antivirus in cpanel is through install plugin option in Cpanel WHM . Code:… Read More »