Secure Shell (SSH) is one of the most useful ways to connect remotely to a Linux server. With an SSH connection, you can administer your server remotely using the full power and flexibility of the command line interface. As a result, however, SSH can be vulnerable to attack by malicious individuals. While the SSH protocol is fairly secure by default, it is always possible to improve the security of your SSH configuration.
Your own DNS servers in your company name (ns1.yourdomain.com ns2.yourdomain.com) will give you better identity. This will also allow you to configure and manage the DNS zones on your own dedicated server, which is the most convenient way.
Recently, my server's only hard disk was almost full. I bought a new hard disk with bigger size and I decided to just add it as a second hard disk. Since I need to move it to the 2nd hard disk, I need to find a proper way to move the db with minimum downtime. So I googled around and found a solution.
CPanel is probably the best-known and most common control panel used by web hosts to enable their customers to quickly and easily manage their accounts. Nearly every major host uses CPanel, though it’s often well hidden underneath a clever skin. There’s a better than average chance your account has it.