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Upgrading PHP 5.3 to 5.4 on CentOs 6

We recently had to upgrade PHP from 5.3 to 5.4 on a CentOs 6.6 build (which by default is packaged with PHP 5.3) and found quite a number of differing tutorials and recommendations on the...

SSH Cheatsheet 0

SSH Cheatsheet

Server / Spec Checks Checking the server memory (RAM) consumption:- free -m Checking the server HDD consumption:- df -h Checking the size of each top-level directories from a directory:- du -h –max-depth=1 /path/to/directory/ Checking...


Reindex Magento Indexes via SSH

The default indexer in Magento can be quite a time consuming process sometimes, a real time-saver if you have SSH access to your server is to work directly on the command line using the...


Importing & Exporting MySQL Databases on the Command Line (SSH)

Quite often, it can prove problematic dealing with large MySQL databases in a web interface such as phpMyAdmin. Working directly on the command line is far quicker and less painful if you’re having to import/export large databases.

The below commands only scrape the surface of managing databases directly on the command line but cover import/export.