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Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $400 - Posted
Indian LAMP(Linux Apache MYSQL PHP) Trainer require for 15 days Training On LAMP . Daily 4-5 Hour Couse Contain 1 . Introductory Sessions:  Web Architecture  Overview of PHP Platform  Overview of LAMP  LINUX Introduction  Linux Commands  Installation of LAMP SERVER 2. Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML):  Intro to Client-Side Languages (Static Web)  Basic HTML  Using Tables and Div in HTML  We will create 5 pages website.  Forms & Data Handling Other major html tag: bold, italic, underline, pre tag etc 3. CSS : cascading style sheet.  How to create css class  how to use the class in html. We are going to implement into our html pages  We have 3 type of css : 1) external css 2) Internal css and 3) Inline css. We are teaching all three.  JavaScript (JS): client side scripting language Basic JavaScript  Variable, data type, operator, loop.  In-built Functions & Methods: string function, date, math function, array function.  Object : Navigator object, window object, location object, document  object, screen object Forms & Data Handling form Validations 15 Days LAMP Development Course Contents 4. Core PHP5 and Apache:  Basic of php Intro to Server-Side scripting Languages (Dynamic Website)  How client and server communicate with each other  Installation of Apache and mysql  Apache configuration and setting file and their parameter ( httpd.conf ) PHP  Configuration and setting file and their parameter ( php.ini) . these all are configuration and setting file of apache and php PHP Scripting Fundamentals.  Advance and disadvantage of PHP  Different php Version. Difference between php 4.0  & 5.00 Variables, Data Types  & Expressions Operators in PHP  Looping  Conditional Constructs In-Built Functions (String function, Math & Date) Arrays function and In-Built Functions  File function and directory function  User-Defined Functions  Error Handling & Reporting Email function  Advanced PHP5: Advance php concept Intro to PHP Components  Settings for HTTP Headers  Output Buffering Constant 5.Server variables  Overview of Directory & File Processing Functions of File Component  File Uploads & Downloads , Image upload in database  Intro to Mail Processing  How to send mail using feedback form or quick contact form  Session & Cookie Management PHP Functions for Managing Sessions .  Authentication in PHP .  Overview to OOPs .  Objects & Classes in PHP . Basic understanding of class and object programming.  Adding paginated concept Training date - 25 May -10 June 2016 ** only Indian can Apply
Skills: LAMP Administration MySQL Programming PHP
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
We have a brand-new website teamup.co with a very low trafic. But when this trafic is around 100 visitors per day (still low), the CPU is entirely used and the server is down. So our website is not accessible anymore. We have to start up the services again until a next crash. We have a 2GB memory at Digital Ocean. We are a start-up with no real technical guy. We need help from an expert at sys admin, LAMP optimization to help to solve it out. Have a look to what Digital Ocean ask to investigate below and please come back to us with an idea of what you can do and what which can be the issue and a quotation allowing us to pick up the right freelancer. Here is what Digital Ocean sent us and which can help you to understand what to do. The most common reason why MySQL is not running is that it stopped or failed to start as a result of not enough memory. This can usually be seen by attempting to start the mysql server ("service mysql start" on Ubuntu and some other systems) and then reviewing the mysql error log (usually in /var/log/mysql/error.log or similar file path). A useful program to review the logs one page at a time is "less" –for example: less /var/log/mysql/error.log If you see memory issues such as "mmap can't allocate" then you can be sure that you are having memory issues. Potential solutions are: 1) Optimizing MySQL with mysqltuner. On your server there is a file: /etc/mysql/my.cnf that sets the basic configuration settings of your MySQL service. It controls how much RAM MySQL will try to use, and in what way. The MySQLtuner utility takes a look at certain log files and other information regarding how your MySQL server is functioning and gives you a diagnosis on how efficiently it is performing. At the bottom will be a list of configuration changes you can make to your config file. The longer your server has been running before using MySQLtuner, the more accurate the information it gives you will be. 2) Resize up to a larger droplet. We recommend at minimum a 1GB droplet for any server utilizing a MySQL database, but the size and type of data stored can significantly affect memory requirements. (It's not the solution, we have a 2GB droplet) There could be a lot of factors. You will want to monitor the processes running to see if there is any insight to what is utilizing the memory. This could be the web server, database or the application processes. If you have any further questions, concerns or additional information, please don't hesitate to provide them. The amount of traffic a server can handle is highly dependent on a vast number of factors. One of these factors is the resources available. Another is your particular setup. I do recommend optimizing the setup as much as is possible[1], and doing stress tests[2] on your setup to determine what it can handle. Because of the number of factors in this, it is nearly impossible to determine off hand if resizing to a larger package size would fix the issue. I can say it would give the droplet more resources to use, so if the problem at hand is it just needs more resources, it would fix the problem at hand.
Skills: LAMP Administration MySQL Administration System Administration
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We have a VPS handling a wordpress website with about 300,000 users - LAMP. We send about 7.5 million e-mails per month to our users, and we need a systems admin who has experience dealing with IP reputation and e-mail deliverability specifically. Ideal applicant would have both systems experience + mySQL/PHP coding skills and must have experience resolving advanced e-mail deliverability issues. Experience managing/finetuning apache/php/mySQL is critical. This is an advanced project.
Skills: LAMP Administration Email Deliverability
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I'm looking for an experienced front end UI developer who can help me put together wireframes for my start up. I'm working on something in the food delivery space, so it should be relatively easy to check seamless or grubhub mobile apps and come up with appropriate wireframes for the app. I'm expecting to use the wireframes to build out my proof of concept application.
Skills: LAMP Administration MEAN Stack Administration
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for a sysadmin and devops expert for on-going management of existing highly available Linux servers on AWS (4 servers). You will be providing the primary network management for a SaaS web app with over 200,000 registered users. We're looking for a part-time, on-going relationship. You should be expert in the following: Management, analysis, optimization, monitoring and maintenance of high performance Linux servers (LAMP, DOCKER, TOMCAT, NGINX) on AWS (ECS, S3, RDS, load balancing and failover). Identify and fix security, performance, optimization, deployment issues. Manage Docker containerization and continuous integration. Provide security, server hardening, malware analysis and removal, security audits, pentesting and forensic analysis. MySQL database management on AWS RDS. Bash scripting, PHP, and source control in GIT. Keywords: System Administration, DevOps, Linux, AWS, Docker, NGINX, GIT, BASH, PHP, LAMP, APACHE TOMCAT
Skills: LAMP Administration Amazon EC2 Amazon Web Services Apache Tomcat
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for an expert about emailing routing, so he can help us to implement a small server for routing and also to configure and train an ASSP box for incoming and outgoing SPAM filtering. Will be good you have knowledge about how to build an ASSP cluster. Please, just bid per 1h at the best price possible, coz we will discuss later what will we implement and how, depending on the hours cost. Thanks
Skills: LAMP Administration Antispam and Antivirus Linux System Administration Postfix SMTP Server