Tag: VPS

Spooling emails with Symfony2 on VPS and Shared Hosting

Sending emails is a very common task in web applications. Signup forms, contact forms, newsletters are among the most used features, but the email send task itself can be a little slow to the eyes of the user. Symfony2 provides us with the tools to send the emails to a buffer, and sending them when […]

April 27 / 2012

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Io parlo italiano! Our Control Panel speaks Italian!

It’s hard not to love the Italians, even their support messages are polite, friendly and often funny. They also have well organized PHP community which is growing every year thanks to several dedicated volunteers, who apart from phpDay.it, also organize several very cool side projects like Webforall. We wanted to let you know that our […]

March 16 / 2012
Author Pablo
Category ServerGrove, VPS
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Interact with your VPS from the command line

We have some really exciting news to share with you. We have released our new super-geeky, extra-nerdy, arguably sexy sgcli utility. Why? Because we are all about productivity and know that sometimes you just need to do a quickie on your server. Of course we can do all of this from the control panel, but […]

March 12 / 2012
Author Pablo
Category PHP, ServerGrove, Symfony, VPS
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PHP 5.3.10 released and available to all customers

The PHP team released PHP 5.3.10 yesterday, fixing a remote code execution vulnerability introduced on PHP 5.3.9. This version is already installed in all Shared Hosting servers with PHP 5.3 and is available to all VPS customers. If your VPS is using our RPM or Deb package repository, you can simple upgrade PHP by running: # CentOS […]

February 03 / 2012
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Category PHP
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Backup your MySQL database using mysqldump

Photo By rachfog Everybody knows backups are important. We backup all customers VPS files daily, and we keep at least 7 days of backups. Still, this type of backup is not ideal for backing up MySQL  instances that use InnoDB tables. Especially if you try to restore a specific DB. To generate MySQL backups we […]

January 24 / 2012
Author Pablo
Category MySQL, VPS
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