Install Node.js

Node.js is an open source, cross-platform JavaScript execution environment for the development of a wide variety of tools and applications. You have several different ways you can install Node.js on your server. You use the installation method depends on what version of Node.js your application needs and how much control you need on the environment.…

Add Memory Swap

If you plan to improve the performance of your server, adding a swap space (or memory swap) is a powerful and relatively easy place to start. There are several ways to add memory swap, depending on the version of Linux you are using. Version of Linux Guide Ubuntu and Debian 7 Add Memory Swap –…

Clone a server

To create the “clone” of a server, just take a snapshot of the existing data and create a new server from that snapshot. To generate a snapshot of a server, you must first stop the server (ie, while you are taking a server’s snapshot, the server can no longer process requests). Take a snapshot /…