Some VPS on hosting providers like Amazon Web Services do not have swap by default. Or if your server was configured with small swap and now you want to increase it. Below are instructions on how to increase swap area.
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SFTP provides a secure way for providing FTP access to clients. It comes built-in with the openssh-server package. Creating SFTP accounts is straightforward like normal user accounts. However if you want to limit the users to access their designated folder only, then a chroot setup is needed. This improves security in a way that sftp users cannot login to a normal bash shell and they cannot view system folders when they are logged-in. This tutorial will walk you though SFTP server setup.
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DNS stands for Domain Name System, or Domain Name Server. DNS resolves an IP address to a hostname or vice versa. This tutorials walks through the installation and setup of a Bind9 DNS server for Centos 6/RHEL 6. This is just for a master DNS server and setup of a slave is not covered.
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