Troubleshoot Boot-Up Performance in Linux with systemd-analyze | A great feature of systemd is the command systemd-analyze. Here are some quick ways to use systemd-analyze to troubleshoot boot-up times and systemd unit loading performance!
301 Redirect in Apache with RedirectMatch | Part of mod_alias is something called RedirectMatch. This is a better way to do 301 redirects or other types of redirects than using mod_rewrite for better performance.
Monitor MySQL Performance with mytop | mytop is an excellent app to monitor mysql performance. Let’s check it out! Firstly, install mytop: $ sudo apt-get install mytop Run mytop with tack tack prompt to have mytop prompt for the root mysql password: $ mytop –prompt Done! You can now monitor the number of mysql queries the server is processing as well
MySQL my.cnf Performance Tuning | Debian and Ubuntu include a package called mysqltuner which can analyze your MySQL database and provide some performance metrics as well as tuning advice for my.cnf. Here is how it works! Install mysqltuner: $ sudo apt-get install mysqltuner Run the app, it will prompt for your MySQL admin credentials. Looks like I need to bump