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4 Quick Steps To Backup Web Applications Easily with RunCloud

4 Quick Steps To Backup Web Applications Easily with RunCloud

This tutorial will show you just how easy it is to backup web applications with RunCloud. You should always prepare for the worst case scenario whenever you deploy a web application. Of course you are careful, you have your security precautions in place. Your server is hardened and your code carefully crafted. Even still, you …

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NGINX Caching Tutorial for WordPress

NGINX Caching Tutorial for WordPress

In this tutorial we will show you how to take advantage of Nginx caching to speed up your WordPress web application. Nginx Caching vs Varnish Caching Varnish is an HTTP Accelerator software that is often used by DevOps and Sysadmins in optimizations to their web server setups. What many people don’t know however, is that …

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Introducing Yearly Pro Plan and Telegram Notification

Introducing Yearly Pro Plan and Telegram Notification

Yearly Pro Plan We have been asked by many of our customers, “Hey, do you have any yearly plan?”, “Any plan to add yearly payment?”, “Can I pay this yearly?” and many other questions asking about Yearly Pro Plan. It is not we don’t want to do this early, but many constrain that need to …

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Wordfence Integration with PHP-FPM inside RunCloud

Wordfence Integration with PHP-FPM inside RunCloud

Wordfence with PHP-FPM Wordfence is one of the godsend plugins out the there for WordPress security. It has been used by many WordPress sites because it works as advertised and a very popular security plugin out there for WordPress. Since PHP can be run from multiple ways, it is hard for Wordfence to do this …

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RunCloud Now Lets You Choose : Hybrid Apache-Nginx LAMP or Native Nginx LEMP

RunCloud Now Lets You Choose : Hybrid Apache-Nginx LAMP or Native Nginx LEMP

Agent 2.0.7 Changelog 2.0.7 Agent introduce a new php-fpm configuration. We have many customers using WordFence for WordPress but the problem is, you need to include php file inside php-fpm config. You can’t just simply update the fpm config file to achieve this. So, the latest agent will fix that for you. If you have …

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Package Update and RunCloud Agent 2.0.6

Package Update and RunCloud Agent 2.0.6

Package Update We have updated your server with the latest PHP 7.0.23 for PHP 7.0 and PHP 7.1.9 for PHP 7.1. You also get a package update for Nginx which is now at version 1.13.5. For Nginx and Apache, we have added a log size checking for log rotation. Before doing this update, your web …

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Introducing RunCloud Backup and Agent 2.0.5 Changelog

Introducing RunCloud Backup and Agent 2.0.5 Changelog

RunCloud Backup Today we are so happy to announce our latest feature inside RunCloud. The backup feature is the most requested feature from our customers. We do receive chat almost every day asking for the backup feature inside the Tawk.to chat. And now, here it is! This solution does not store the backup file on …

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RunCloud New Agent Update 2.0.4

RunCloud New Agent Update 2.0.4

Deployment Key Symlink If you are using GIT, deploying with RunCloud is easy. However, if you manually editing your files inside the server, RunCloud will refuse to update because of GIT conflict. After you have fixed the conflict, you may want to run git pull command. But suddenly you will receive git authentication error says …

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Using Mailgun To Send Transactional Email From WordPress

Using Mailgun To Send Transactional Email From WordPress

What is Transactional Email Transactional email is the email sent when something triggered from your Web Application such as resetting the user password. My WordPress didn’t send email This is a common problem if you didn’t configure your server to relay email. Configuring the server to send email is hard. How hard it is? You …

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RunCloud Main Server 503 Incident Report on 19 July 2017 (GMT +8)

RunCloud Main Server 503 Incident Report on 19 July 2017 (GMT +8)

What happened? On 11:00 A.M 19 July 2017, our main server (Panel) was down for a few moments (up to 40 minutes to be exact). The panel shows 503 HTTP status which means the resources is not available. I (the sysadmin) was getting a shower at that time and have no idea about it, while …

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