All the MySQL tables have the be optimized once in a while. Ideally, once a week perhaps. You can do that by either going to your phpMyAdmin or, if you’re a badass command line user, run the following command…
Start, Stop, Restart MySQL within your command line in Ubuntu
How to install exim4 and setup your Gmail account as SMTP Server. Step by step guide on how to install exim4 in your Ubuntu.
If you came across this error trying to install exim4 here’s the solution. E: Could not perform immediate configuration on ‘exim4-daemon-light’. Please see man 5 apt.conf under APT::Immediate-Configure for details. (2)
If you want to clear your Mac’s terminal command history, run the following command
Use the following command to remove all the files and directories inside your apache2 log. You may want to reload it after deleting.
If you want to check your server disk space in Ubuntu run the following command
Very simple and very important. Keep your server up to date with two simple commands
If your MySQL databases uses MyISAM instead of InnoDB you should turn the last one Off. It should free memory and optimize your MySQL performance.
I’ve been struggling with the e-mails in the new VPS for the past few days. I’m not done yet but I’ve learned a couple of things…