WordPress and SELinux

The blag has moved again and this time I wanted to leave SELinux enabled. Everything pretty much worked “out of the box” except for the Redis plugin this site uses wasn’t able to connect to the Redis service. Searching the SELinux audit log revealed that the following setting needed to…

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New site hosting

A large chunk of content on this site was lost due to the power outage mentioned in theĀ Gitlab postĀ and like the good admin I am, my backups were hosted on the same server as the VM hosting this site. Luckily I did have some older backups on my workstation at…

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Memcached and WordPress

Increase your caching game with memcached on WordPress. We’ll be using the LEMP stack setup in https://blog.donthurt.us/2017/02/13/new-vps-setup/. Install the memcached service and PHP extension: yum install -y memcached php70u-pecl-memcached Enable and start the memcached service: systemctl enable memcached systemctl start memcached Reload the PHP-FPM and Nginx services: systemctl restart php-fpm…

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