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Linux IP command usage
Describes the Linux IP command system tools that support network management. This guide explains how to use IP commands to configure your server and shows you how to perform common networking tasks and measure network conditions.
System Design Guide for Software Engineers
System design helps engineers prepare efficient, reliable, secure and scalable applications. This guide describes system design methodologies and theories, such as his CAP, that guide application development.
Pros and Cons of Python Programming
python is one of the most popular programming languages due to its powerful features, flexibility, and ease of use. This guide describes Python’s strengths and weaknesses, shows how it differs from other languages, and describes situations in which Python is a better alternative.
How to delete untracked files in Git
During the development process, Git users often end up creating obsolete or unwanted artifacts such as prototypes, test data, and computer-generated files that should never be checked into version control. This guide will show you how to use Git to remove these untracked files using git clean to increase efficiency and improve your organization.
How to use Nginx FastCGI page caching with WordPress
NGINX Normally you get a new copy of the web page for each new request. For more complex sites like WordPress, requests can also include database queries and PHP code execution output. This guide describes how to enable the NGINX FashCGI page cache, how to configure non-cacheable exceptions, and how to test if the cache is working.
Learn how to create a swap file in Ubuntu
Systems running large memory-intensive applications with limited RAM may experience latency issues or crash with memory errors. A swap file can help deal with these side effects. This guide explains the concept of hard drive swap space and shows you how to increase swap space in Ubuntu.
SQL Triggers in SQL Server: An Overview
A SQL trigger is a special kind of stored procedure that runs when data changes occur in a table. Triggers are associated with specific tables and SQL data modification operations such as INSERT, UPDATE, or DELETE. In this guide SQL Server triggers.
Secure your servers through the Linode Marketplace
This Marketplace app automatically configures new compute instances with a limited user account with sudo access. The app also updates your system, configures your domain with DNS Manager if needed, configures block storage volumes, configures a basic firewall via UFW, and enables Fail2Ban.
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