Tag: configuring

Installing and configuring Redis on Ubuntu

Redis is an in-memory data structure store, most commonly used as a database, cache and message broker. It is built to support data structures such as strings, hashes, lists, sets, sorted sets with range queries, bitmaps, and more. This tutorial will show you how to properly setup Redis on a Linux-based machine running Ubuntu as […]

Installing and configuring Zimbra on your VPS

Zimbra, commonly known as Zimbra Collaboration Suite or ZCS is a collaborative software suite that consists of an email server and web client. It was first released 11 years ago, on July 11th 2005, by LiquidSys, which changed their name to Zimbra, Inc. There are two main versions of Zimbra currently available: an open-source version, […]

Installing and configuring ownCloud on CentOS 7

As the internet evolves to accommodate more and more of our needs and requirements, it also becomes increasingly vulnerable to threats. More and more people learn how to hack their way into databases, storage spaces and generally, all kinds of places where they can find sensitive data that they can exploit so as to serve […]

Configuring Sphinx on CentOS

Configuring Sphinx on CentOS

As an open-source search engine, Sphinx is a popular choice for those looking to perform searches over large data efficiently. Its high indexing performance, advanced result post-processing, scalability and versatility make it stand out among similar software. To set up Sphinx on a server running CentOS, you’ll need a sudo non-root user and mySQL already […]