There you have it. A rudimentary LAMP server.You will need to secure it though.
Now it is working, you might want to back up the whole of the /etc directory.Remember that SCP uses SSH and that means a significant overhead for the encryption at both ends, with a significant drop in throughput compared to un-encrypted protocols. A better test of throughput is to place a large file in the /var/www/html folder and download it with a web browser.Unless there is a physical fault on the CAT5 cable, CAT6 is unlikely to make much difference within a residential premises.
You are spending money again Travis, slap on the back of your hand..
just bought and installed a new 2TB hard drive (the one i ordered i canceled as it was that or wait for back-order). it is formatting now, as i type. i had envisioned having several partitions, and mount points, but i ended up just doing one partition and mount point, and i will tie stuff in with file links. it seemed easier at the time.~Travis
Just don't do what one of our customers did some time ago, and save backups to a different partition on the same disk they were backing up.Was gold to see their face when they realized their data was gone after having the drive fail. Not sure if they forked out for forensic recovery, but its cheaper to buy a second disk.
Just don't do what one of our customers did some time ago, and save backups to a different partition on the same disk they were backing up.