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  • Annie_P
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    • Aug 2022
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    Explain linux commands.

    What are some common Linux commands used to manage a web server?
  • Christian J
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    • Sep 2022
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    Here are some common Linux commands used to manage a web server:
    • ssh: This command is used to securely connect to the server via the command line.
    • sudo: This command is used to run commands with administrative privileges.
    • apt-get: Debian-based systems such as Ubuntu use this command to install, update, and remove software packages.
    • yum: This command is used to install, update, and remove software packages on Red Hat-based systems such as CentOS.
    • systemctl: You can use this command to start, stop, and restart Apache or Nginx services on the server.
    • ufw: This command is used to manage the firewall on the server, such as opening ports for HTTP and HTTPS traffic.
    • htop: This command is used to monitor system resources such as CPU and memory usage.
    • tail: This command is used to monitor log files in real-time, such as Apache access or error logs.
    • nano or vi: These commands are used to edit configuration files for Apache or Nginx, such as httpd.conf or nginx.conf.
    • curl: This command is used to test web pages or APIs by sending HTTP requests and displaying the response.

    These are just a few of the many Linux commands you may use to manage a web server, depending on the specific tasks you need to perform.
    Last edited by admin; 04-13-2023, 07:42 AM.

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