Intel CPU Exploits Meltdown and Spectre – What You Need to Know

—-Updated 1/10/18 1:25m EST—– Ubuntu Remediation Steps: Ubuntu 14, 16, 17  apt-get update apt-get dist-upgrade reboot to complete the update —-Updated 1/8/18 10:55am EST—– ProxMox Remediation Steps: Follow the instructions found at https://forum.proxmox.com/threads/meltdown-and-spectre-linux-kernel-fixes.39110/ —-Updated 1/6/18 3:03pm EST—– Cloudlinux CloudLinux 6  Remediation Steps: Run the following command to patch CloudLinux 6 servers.

Linux Dedicated Server or Windows Dedicated Server: Which to Choose?

High-traffic business websites need a lot of power to deliver a consistent, high-quality user experience, and dedicated servers provide the necessary supporting infrastructure. When designing a new website or migrating an existing one, it’s up to you to choose between Linux dedicated servers and Windows dedicated servers. The software you

Understanding the Server Load Metric of Your Server

Monitoring server load is an important task when managing a server. Making sure the load isn’t too high will keep the hardware safer and prevent outages and downtime. This article explains the finer points of how to find your server load, understanding it, and offers solutions for managing it. Once

How to enable Ruby Support in Plesk Onyx

Plesk onyx has proper Ruby language support as a plesk extension. The Ruby extension available in Plesk Onyx allows users to quickly and easily deploy Ruby apps on their domains. Login to your Plesk Onyx control panel with admin user. Once logged in at your left hand side pane under

How to Check if your Linux server is Under DDoS Attack

Whether you’re a blogger, the owner of an eCommerce shop, or a webmaster for a local service provider, everyone knows that in today’s internet-driven world, having a strong website can be the difference between economic success and failure. With businesses growing increasingly reliant on search engines and web traffic to

How to Install PIP on CentOS 7

Updated by: Phil Saltsman What is PIP? PIP is a package management system used to install and manage software packages written in Python. PIP can be installed either by using YUM or with Curl & Python.   Installing PIP on CentOS 7 1. To begin, you first need to log

How To Navigate the Supermicro IPMI Interface and Mount a Virtual Image

The IPMI interface is a very useful tool in the setup, configuring and troubleshooting of your server and its processes. IPMI gives you access to the server’s local console over a separate network connection which allows you to work on the server without it needing a public network connection. Processes

How to Configure DNS & Add Domain

Hivelocity gives you the ability to use our nameservers for your domain. Using the myVelocity portal we will be adding a domain for DNS configuration and creating a few records to show you how you can do the same for your website. If using Hivelocity’s nameservers you will want to

How to Purchase and Install an SSL Certificate on Ubuntu

Article by: Chris Marks It is increasingly important to ensure that any data sent to websites is transmitted using encryption to protect visitors to the site. SSL certificates provide a method to encrypt data during transmission to the server. Any ubuntu server is capable of providing secure connections to sites

How to convert an Addon Domain to a Primary Domain in Cpanel

With the latest release, the cPanel team has added an excellent feature where an addon domain now can be converted to a primary domain easily. Login to WHM with root user Once logged in on your left hand side pane search for the option of “Transfers” and click on “Convert