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Default PHP settings in OpenLiteSpeed webserver

This article will guide you on the default settings for LSAPI. Basically, by default #OpenLiteSpeed support #PHP with external application and script handler. 

CyberPanel is a web hosting control panel powered by OpenLiteSpeed, which helps you set up sites on your DigitalOcean droplets easily and automatically back them up to DigitalOcean Spaces. Features. Different Level Of users.

To Configure #CyberPanel:

1. Enter admin for the username and 1234567 for the password.

2. Click on the user-menu arrow, next to the name "Cyber Pan".

3. Choose Edit Profile.

4. Select admin in the dropdown menu on the Modify User page.

5. You may now change the first name, last name, email address and password accordingly.

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HTTP 400 Bad Request error

This article will guide you on different methods to resolve #HTTP 400 Bad Request error which indicates that the request you sent to the #website #server, often something simple like a request to load a web page, was somehow incorrect or corrupted and the server couldn't understand it.

To Fix 400 Bad Request Error:

1. Check the Submitted URL.

2. Clear Browser #Cache.

3. Clear Browser Cookies.

4. File Upload Exceeds Server Limit.

5. Clear #DNS Cache.

6. Deactivate Browser Extensions.

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Laravel Contact Form to Send Emails with SendGrid

This article will guide you on steps to follow to create a #Laravel contact form to send #emails with the help of SendGrid.

#SendGrid manages all of the technical details, from scaling the infrastructure to #ISP outreach and reputation monitoring to whitelist services and real time analytics.

To integrate with SendGrid's #SMTP #API:

1. Create an API Key with at least "Mail" permissions.

2. Set the server #host in your email client or application to smtp.sendgrid.net.

3. Set your username to apikey.

4. Set your password to the API key generated in step 1.

5. Set the #port to 587.

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Managing files with fs Module in Node js

This article will guide you on various functions that can be performed with fs #Module in Node.js such as reading, writing, and deleting files.

#Node . js includes fs module to access physical file system. The #fs module is responsible for all the asynchronous or synchronous file I/O operations.

To use FS in node JS:

The Node. js file system #module allows you to work with the file system on your #computer. To include the File System module, use the require() method: var fs = require('fs'):

1. Read files.

2. Create files.

3. Update files.

4. Delete files.

5. Rename files.

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Create a DigitalOcean Space and API Key

This article will guide you on the steps to create #DigitalOcean #Space and #API Key. You will also see the #server #URL, bucket name (or Space name), access key, and secret. With this information you can connect most any S3-compatible client or library to your new DigitalOcean Space!

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Handle Errors in Serverless Applications with AWS

This article will guide you how to handle #errors in Serverless Applications with AWS Step Functions. Combining AWS Step Functions with AWS Lambda makes it simple to orchestrate #AWS #Lambda functions for serverless applications.

To help you deal with errors in Lambda applications, Lambda integrates with services like #Amazon CloudWatch and AWS X-Ray. You can use a combination of logs, metrics, alarms, and tracing to quickly detect and identify issues in your function code, API, or other resources that support your application.

Lambda functions can fail in three cases:

i. An unhandled exception is raised — whether if we received an invalid input, an external API failed, or just a programming bug occurred.

ii. Timeout — Lambda running longer than the configured timeout duration is violently closed with a ‘Task timed out after … seconds’ message. The default value is 6 seconds, and the maximal value is 5 minutes.

iii. Out of memory — In this case, the lambda usually terminates with ‘Process exited before completing request’. The ‘Memory Size’ is equal to ‘Max Memory Used’.

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Migrate data from Amazon S3 to DigitalOcean Spaces with rclone

This article will guide you on the steps to perform migration of data from #amazon #s3 to #DigitalOcean spaces. #Migration of #data is the primary task which #Website Administrators use for shifting from one object #storage service to another.

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An error occurred when calling the RevokeSecurityGroupIngress operation Steps to fix this aws error

This article will guide you on the steps to fix the AWS error "An error occurred when calling the RevokeSecurityGroupIngress operation" which shows that the target security group doesn’t have an inbound rule, or isn’t located in the default Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC).

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Set up LDAP Client on Ubuntu

This article will guide you on the steps to set up LDAP client on Ubuntu.

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Ways of using SQL with Microsoft Access

This article will guide you on how to Use SQL with Microsoft Access.

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