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Kainet LogViewPro is a comprehensive web log file visual viewer and analyzer from Switzerland. It is able to visualize the content of web server log files, and let administrator make more intuitive view and further analysis to what has happened or is happening on the web server. This is quite beneficial for inspecting the results of marketing activities, finding server errors, locking hacker attacks, using robots to detect data theft behaviors, and more.
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There are many free or commercial Linux VPS control panels on the market (such as VestaCP, Webmin, Kloxo, ISPConfig, etc.), which basically can be installed and used on Ubuntu, CentOS, Debian and other Linux distributions. CentOS Web Panel, though, is a distinctive one. For example, it is able to automatically deploy LAMP‘s software bundle and Varnish HTTP Cache servers.
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To run a website, you must clearly know the visitors and traffics relevant data (including visitor’s stay time, location, operating system, web browser, browsed web pages, screen dimension, device type, etc.) of your site by analyzing the log file on your web server, in order to distinctly grasp the future development direction of Internet and your website. Instead of wasting time on manually going through the numerous traffic patterns and logs, you can use Sawmill to achieve this challenging job in a faster way with better results.
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Network clone (also called multi-cast clone) technology is mainly used to install operating system to, restore data to, backup/copy data from, or make system image from the hard disks of multiple client computers within a local area network (LAN) in batch, thus minimize the time you spend on installing the clients’ OS or backuping data one by one every time. Of course, it is an old technology, but in many environments that is still practical and works all right.
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CentOS (short for Community ENTerprise Operating System) is a free, open-source, enterprise-class and community-supported computing platform that derived from the same source code with Red Hat Enterprise Linux OS. At present, there have been increasing Internet services or applications around the world that require high stability (including a variety of purposes of servers and business applications) are running on it, rather than RHEL.
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CentOS (Community Enterprise Operating System) is a recompiled product based on RHEL‘s (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) open source. Because CentOS fixed a lot of known bugs on the basis of RHEL, compared with other Linux distributions, its stability is more trustworthy. This is the reason a lot of servers requiring high stability use CentOS to replace the commercial RHEL.
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Since Red Hat published its last one (9th) release (Red Hat Linux 9) in 2003, they decided not to provide free technical support & product certification any more, and fully turned to the development of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL for short). This made some Red Hat rebuilders (open-source Enterprise Editions, such as White Box Enterprise Linux, Tao Linux, X/OS Linux, Scientific Linux) were born at the right moment. The most active one is CentOS (short for Community Enterprise Operating System).
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