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Do you have a mirrored server of your current server to take the backup when it fails? No, then you need to have a mirror of your web server which can be created with Rsync. This will help to take backup of your failed server without any issues of downtime. Creating a web server backup is a good as well as effective way for small and medium size web businesses.
Let’s learn to setup rsync to create a mirror of your web server –
You will require two servers –
Main Server –
IP Address: xxx.xxx.x.xxx
Host name: webserver.example123.com
By using the below steps you can easily install Apache on a Dedicated server :-
#tar -xzvf httpd-2.2.8.tar.gz
# make /compile
# make install /install
#cp /usr/local/apache/bin/apachectl /etc/initr.d/
#service httpd stop
#service httpd start