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Helpful tutorials on LEMP servers & WordPress optimization.

0.4 Secs Load Time Nationwide w/ FastCGI Cache

We recently announced that FastCGI Cache was successfully activated across our entire managed hosting network, on every single plan that we offer — accordingly, our system now auto-deletes any WordPress cache plugins it finds. FastCGI Cache, an open source cache that comes packaged inside the Nginx server, has been steadily gaining popularity over the last […]

Network Upgrade Complete, FastCGI Cache Active

The last few months have been hectic here at LittleBizzy, to say the least. Not only have we made several important announcements on our blog recently as we continue to shape the direction of our services, but we’ve also been undergoing a complete “network upgrade” as well. We are happy to report what we’ve finally […]

How to Setup FastCGI Caching on Nginx Servers

A few years back, it had already become apparent that Nginx was the brave new king of web servers, due to its impressive simplicity and ability to scale with ease. One of its most attractive features, however, was its ability to act as a “reverse proxy” either in front of an Apache server, or even […]

NEW PLUGIN: Server Status Is A Dev’s Best Friend

LittleBizzy is officially in the WordPress plugin business. It’s true! Today we are happy to announce our very first FREE plugin, Server Status, that is already installed on all our client servers (as of the last 48 hours). It has joined the ranks of our Must Use plugins for LittleBizzy because of its ability to […]

LEMP Server Update + Upgrade (Cron) Bash Script

One of the most important things to do as a server administrator (“sysadmin”) is keeping the software that is installed on your machine updated and regularly patched for any security issues. Typically, on any Ubuntu server this is done by simply logging in via SSH several times a year (or after any urgent patch is […]

WordPress Plugins Automatic Update Shell Script

Updating WordPress plugins can be a HUGE hassle. Indeed, most webmasters are only aware of their ability to manually click the “Update” link next to various plugins in their WP Admin control panel, and aren’t even aware of other more automated options such as the free Easy Updates Manager plugin, among others. But there’s an […]

Preferred Domain Redirects (HTTP, HTTPS, www)

Configuring a “preferred” domain is probably one of the most common questions I’ve seen during my years as a WordPress and SEO consult, and it’s also one of the most poorly executed by website owners and web developers alike. Recall The 4 Possible Domain Variations The first step here is to understand all the possible […]

We Won’t Install PHP7 On Ubuntu 14.04 Servers

Several clients and people in the WordPress community can’t stop asking us if/when we are going to be offering PHP7 as part of our managed hosting services. Despite our sheer excitement over the newest versions of PHP, the answer, at least for the time being, is simply NOT YET, and this is due to our […]

Recursive Wget Remote Files To Local Via SSH

If you’ve dealt with a fair share of website or server migrations, you know how frustrating a process it can be — especially when dealing with a poorly performing or extremely locked down web server. Because of the (continued) dominance of the Apache/cPanel duo in the world of web hosting, many webmasters possess limited knowledge […]

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