Bitnami WordPress on AWS: Optimize WordPress

Web application performance problems are not easy to fix properly. The responsiveness of your application at a given moment depends on many factors: the application code, installed plugins, AWS load, server type, caching mechanism, etc. The most common reason for performance issues is lack of any caching. Turning it on, which for most Bitnami stacks … Read moreBitnami WordPress on AWS: Optimize WordPress

Bitnami WordPress on AWS: I unable to restart Apache

[IMPORTANT, please fill the questions] Application name and version:WordPress. The latest versionIs it an installer, cloud image or virtual machine?: AWSOperative system/Platform (Linux, Windows, OSX)(x86/x64):OSXWas it installed as the root user?Is there anything you’ve done and/or tried with the application before posting here?E.g. changed permissions or installed a plugin: I tried to restart apache and got … Read moreBitnami WordPress on AWS: I unable to restart Apache

Bitnami WordPress on AWS: Start Or Stop Services

Each Bitnami stack includes a control script that lets you easily stop, start and restart services. The script is located at /opt/bitnami/ctlscript.sh. Obtain the status of a service with the service bitnami status command: Call it without any service name arguments to start all services: Or use it to restart a single service, such as Apache only, by … Read moreBitnami WordPress on AWS: Start Or Stop Services

Bitnami WordPress on AWS: Troubleshoot WordPress Issues

Introduction WordPress is one of the most popular open source Content Management Systems (CMS). In this how-to guide, you will learn how Bitnami configures WordPress, what the common issues are and how to address them. Configuration Bitnami offers two flavors: WordPress (for a single blog) and WordPress Multisite (for multiple blogs). Both are configured as follows: Bundled Main Components … Read moreBitnami WordPress on AWS: Troubleshoot WordPress Issues

Inmotion Hosting: Do I have to run backups on my server?

Automatic remote backups We run an automatic remote backup service on all VPS, shared hosting, and Reseller accounts under 10GB in size.This service is not automatic for our Dedicated Server plans and must be purchased additionally. These backups run every 24-36 hours for emergency purposes, and a data restoration can be requested in AMP. Should I rely on automatic backups? Backups overwrite previous backup data, so we strongly recommend maintaining backups … Read moreInmotion Hosting: Do I have to run backups on my server?

Inmotion Hosting: How to Backup Website Files in cPanel

In this guide, we will show you how to create and download a Backup of your home directory in cPanel. You can then restore your website files as needed. This is a partial backup that includes all of your website and email files but does include any of your MySQL Databases. Here are links to our other Backup guides: Backup your database in cPanel How to … Read moreInmotion Hosting: How to Backup Website Files in cPanel

Inmotion Hosting: How to Restore a Home Directory Backup in cPanel

In this article I’m going to show you how to restore a partial home directory backup in cPanel. This will allow you to restore your account’s website and email files to a previous date when you last made a website backup. This is good knowledge to have, so in case you’ve accidentally removed some files from your website, … Read moreInmotion Hosting: How to Restore a Home Directory Backup in cPanel

WordPress Plugin: Force HTTPS (SSL Redirect & Fix Insecure Content)

Description Redirects all HTTP requests to the HTTPS version and fixes insecure links and resources without altering the database (also works with CloudFlare). Join our FREE Facebook group for support Worth a 5-star review? Thank you! Plugin Homepage Plugin GitHub SlickStack THE LONG VERSION WARNING: You must have an SSL certificate installed on your server … Read moreWordPress Plugin: Force HTTPS (SSL Redirect & Fix Insecure Content)