Systems Administration

Install Kloxo MR in Linux | Lightweight VPS Control Panel

Whiel evaluating open source webhosting tools for at IOFLOOD, we installed Kloxo-MR on Linux for its flexibility and powerful hosting features that streamline our server management tasks. So that our customers may equip their cloud web server with a robust server management hosting solution, we have created this article. In this guide, we will navigate

Restart your Linux Server — Commands to reboot via SSH

Rebooting a Linux server is a critical task we perform regularly at IOFLOOD to ensure server stability and performance. This process is also essential for applying updates and troubleshooting. As our main job involves maintaining our customer’s dedicated cloud servers we’ve honed our practices for rebooting servers, and we have provided all of our steps

Check If a File Exists in Bash Script | Test Operator Guide

Verifying the existence of files in Bash is a coding technique we implement for consistent behavior in our automation scripts at IOFLOOD. By checking whether a file exists or not, we can conditionally execute commands, ensuring smooth workflow execution. To help our bare metal servers customers enhance their scripting capabilities, we have decided to share

‘chmod u+x’ Command | Usage Guide for Unix/Linux

When working with files and scripts on Unix/Linux servers at IOFLOOD, knowing how to use the chmod u+x command is essential for setting execute permissions. In this guide, we’ll explore the usage and implications of chmod u+x, offering step-by-step examples and clear instructions to assist our bare metal cloud customers in managing file permissions efficiently

Chmod Recursive | File Permissions in Unix/Linux Explained

Managing file permissions recursively on Unix/Linux servers at IOFLOOD often requires using the chmod command with the recursive option. In today’s article, we’ll explore the process of using chmod recursively in Unix/Linux, in order to empower our dedicated hosting customers and fellow developers with the knowledge and skills needed to efficiently manage file permissions across

Chmod Read-Only Permissions | A Unix/Linux User’s Guide

Maintaining data integrity and security on Unix/Linux servers at IOFLOOD often involves making files read-only using chmod. The chmod command, when configured to restrict write permissions, prevents unauthorized modifications to critical files. In this guide, we’ll explore the process of making a file read-only using chmod, to assist our bare metal cloud customers and fellow

Using Chmod Executable | A Unix File Permissions Tutorial

In Unix/Linux environments at IOFLOOD, making a file executable using chmod is a fundamental task for running scripts and programs. In this article, we’ll explore the steps and commands required to make a file executable using chmod, to assist our dedicated cloud hosting customers and fellow developers in effectively managing file permissions. This guide will

Using Chmod for Directory Permissions | A Linux Tutorial

While managing directory permissions on Linux servers at IOFLOOD, we commonly utilize the chmod command to control access to the files and subdirectories within. In this guide, we’ll delve into the specifics of using chmod on a directory in Linux, providing practical examples and detailed explanations, in order to provide best practices to our dedicated

chmod | How to Change Permissions of All Files in Directory

Knowing how to chmod all files in a directory is essential when it comes to managing file permissions on IOFLOOD servers. To assist our cloud server hosting customers and fellow developers we present today’s article. For your guidance, we have provided practical examples and detailed explanations on how to managing file permissions across directories in

‘chmod 777’ Usage Guide | Unix File Permissions Explained

On Unix servers at IOFLOOD, setting appropriate file permissions is key to balancing functionality and security. The chmod 777 command provides the most permissive access, allowing all users to read, write, and execute the file. As we want our dedicated hosting customers to be aware of the advantages and pitfalls of this command, we have