HTTP/2

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HTTP/2 or also named HTTP/2.0 is the second major version of the HTTP network protocol used by the World Wide Web since HTTP1/1. It is based on Google’s SPDY protocol. HTTP/2 is the new version of HyperText Transport Protocol (HTTP), which was released as an IETF standard in early 2015. HTTP/2 support is now available … Continue reading HTTP/2

VPN over SSH

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VPN over SSH SSH Tunnel SSH based tunneling VPN-SSH   Since OpenSSH 4.3 tun/tap device can be used to encrypt a tunnel and create VPN over SSH. This is much like other TLS based VPN solutions e.g. OpenVPN. The main advantage to use SSH based tunneling is no need to install and configure additional software. … Continue reading VPN over SSH

Load Average – LA

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Load Average This is a short article about Load Average – one of the main parameters, we should monitor running any server. So, what is load average? Load average (la) – is a number of processes that are standing in a queue and are waiting to be executed. Each process that is using or waiting … Continue reading Load Average – LA