How to Create a Website Stress Testing Plan

An important aspect of managing a website is benchmark testing in order to determine how it performs while under stress. This can help you identify any potential issues that may occur before it affects your live site. There are many ways that you can perform load testing and stress testing on your site, you must Read More >

How to Install Minecraft on Ubuntu

While Minecraft has dedicated server support, some users prefer to set up their own Minecraft server. There are a number of advantages of setting up your own server, from better performance to higher customizability. One of the most popular platforms used for this purpose is Linux. A Minecraft server can be set up on a Read More >

NGINX Basics For Debian Server

NGINX is not only a popular reverse proxy option, it’s a complete standalone web server. In this article, you’ll learn some NGINX basics to get up and running on your Debian server right away. NGINX Basics For Debian Uninstalling Apache Editing Your Configuration Files (Symlink or No?) Sample NGINX Configuration For a Basic Website Sample Read More >

How to Set Up Laravel

Laravel is a free, open-source PHP framework used for software development that can be installed on both Linux personal computers and servers. While installing Laravel via the application installer Softaculous, you may have come across an error message such as this this: Required PHP version greater than equal to 7.2.5 found version is : 7.1.3 Read More >

Understanding Caching

If you’ve interacted with the internet in any capacity you’ve seen the word cache or caching. But what is caching and why are people telling you to clear your cache? This article will explain caching and why it’s an important piece of your internet experience.  Experience superior performance and security with InMotion’s optimized WordPress Hosting. Read More >

Best Practices for System Administrators

Being a good System Administrator for your dedicated hosting service can be a tedious and time-consuming chore. However, If you follow some basic principles and keep yourself organized, communicate with your users, and provide consistent service, then you can make it much easier for you to manage your dedicated hosting server. Here is a basic Read More >

Resource Overage

Account Resource Overage This article is geared for customers who may have exceeded normal usage for their server. While upgrading is an option, many of the reasons you receive this message do not require an upgrade and can be addressed relatively easily. We have listed the top reasons that can cause high usage below along Read More >

What to expect during a mass server migration

There comes a time in every server’s life when it is time to retire. This is known as the server’s EOL, or End Of Life. This is when the hardware is either deemed outdated or it becomes too problematic to keep fixing. In these cases, we will need to migrate our customers over to a Read More >