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If you already followed this article and created a Route 53 record for your sub domain, that means we can proceed to add TXT records now. Please note that i assume that you use three different services for all this like Amazon for hosting, Godaddy/Name/NameCheap etc for domain, MailJet/SendGrid/ElasticEmail etc for emails send out. Now […]

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So you have few instances attached to a load balancer on Amazon and want to create a Route 53 entry for it to use the Name Server(NS) entries instead of the load balancer long A record which is not accepted by A record in domains DNS managers. Login to your AWS console area and click […]

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In some cases if you are running WordPress OR some other database extensive application on micro instance, you will experience slow page loading on various occasions. There is a nice solution to that, install PHP APC to cache most the PHP code for fast loading. I assume that you are already on the server console […]

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In the last article we discuss how to backup data in csv format via PHP and command line. In this part we will backup MySQL databases via mysqldump command. I assume you are logged in to your Amazon instance. How to backup: 1- Normal database backup mysqldump -u root -p databasename > /var/www/html/databasename.sql Enter your […]

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In the previous article we discuss how to “Backup MySQL data into CSV” in terminal. In this post we will discuss how to create csv file with PHP and force it to download. We will be pulling data from MySQL database. 1st of all we will need connection to database, for that we will use […]

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In my last article i showed you how to “Setup web server on Amazon AMI or CentOS“, to continue that article further i will discuss how to backup MySQL data into CSV format. So let’s start, login into your machine through terminal and login to MySQL server and choose database by command ‘use databasename‘.  Let’s […]

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