Memcached and php-memcache are different.
Memcached is an in-memory key-value store for small chunks of arbitrary data (strings, objects) from results of database calls, API calls, or page rendering.
php-Memcache module provides handy procedural and object oriented interface to memcached...
The only security risk involved is that you will not get alerts even if the processes are causing any problems. Adding the processes in csf.pignore alone, will not make your server vulnerable.
Just make sure that you know what you are doing. :)
The term "unlimited" is to be used judiciously. It is common to restrict an "unlimited" plan with a bunch of terms and conditions (usually written in tiny letters and at the bottom of the page, not very visible ;) ). However, in a sense such terms and conditions are inevitable.
In a broad...
Not sure why you add A entry for 2 IP addresses.
Check the primary IP address of the server and add A entry for that IP only.
Check and confirm that the zone file contains the correct DNS records. [/var/named/hostname.db].
Litespeed is an efficient web server having very less memory footprint. If the memory usage of Apache processes is high, and the problem is due to dynamic contents, you can go for LiteSpeed server. When you use it, it is better to use the LiteSpeed API for php. It's performance is almost double...
That is not a big problem. Most probably, you received this alert because, there was a mismatch in IP address configured for hostname in DNS and in file /etc/hosts.
Check the results of the following two commands:
# ping -c 1 hostname
# dig +short hostname @localhost
If the dig command...
You may do the following:
1. Use a scanner and make sure no malicious files are present.
2. Check the /etc/passwd file and confirm that there are no suspicious users - many scripts do this.
3. Change the root password and reboot the server.
This should help.
Some facts you may need to consider before changing the storage engine:
1. InnoDB has many more features and is a bit more complicated than MyISAM. As such, InnoDB uses more system resources (such as RAM) than MyISAM.
2. InnoDB is better for write-intensive websites, those sites that heavily...