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Let’s Encrypt | SSL Certificate For Ghost Blog Running Ubuntu + NGINX

Prerequisites:  A server running nginx with root access via SSH An installation of ghost located at

  wget (which should come out of the box with Ubuntu DNS correctly pointing at your server.  I always run my domains through CloudFlare for security and to help caching and page performance.  Note if you do this, […]

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Switching Back to AMD

When it comes to computer processors, there are few options out there that aren’t AMD or Intel. That’s because together they own nearly the entire CPU market for desktops and servers. Both companies offer a wide range of models, from inexpensive desktop chips to higher end multi-core workstation and server processors. Both companies feature loyal fans […]

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Understanding Your Server Load Average in Uptime

If you’ve ever run Linux, FreeBSD, or even Mac OS X, chances are at some point you’ve seen a bunch of crazy numbers attached to your server’s uptime. This is your server’s load. To explain how it works, we are going to use a cloud-based server running on two cores with 2GB of memory on […]

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