Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of intro_to_MFPL_hosting


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Dec 7, 2013, 3:45:54 PM (6 years ago)
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    1 This page explains some things about the MFPL servers and how to use MFPL hosting tools to create and manage websites.
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    3 This first draft is being written by Patrick Gibbs (and anyone who wants to) in December, 2012.
     1This page explains some things about the MFPL servers and how to use MFPL hosting tools to create and manage websites.  First draft by Patrick Gibbs in December, 2012.
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    53First, appreciation for the MFPL support team! These fantastic humans do much of the nitty-gritty work of keeping this hosting infrastructure running. Learn more about the support team and see who's on it (though the list is a bit outdated) at [wiki:support-team Support Team].
     
    2725$ ssh patrickgibbs@marx.mayfirst.org
    2826}}}
    29 Wondering which server your site lives on? Look in the Members' Control Panel (see section above).
     27Wondering which server your site lives on?  (In the command above, patrickgibbs is on marx.)  Look in the Members' Control Panel (see section above).
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    3129I use Filezilla for FTP, and the connection details are the same as for ssh.
     
    1181160 patrickgibbs@marx:/home/members/patrick0/sites/patrickgibbs.mayfirst.org$
    119117}}}
    120 ==== logs ====
     118==== Logs ====
    121119Useful logs and log backups here.
    122120{{{
     
    143141$
    144142}}}
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     144More on [wiki:web_server_logs Web Server Logs]
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    145146==== .red ====
    146147This has something to do with the Members' Control Panel. I haven't touched anything in here, and it looks like I don't have permissions to anyways.
     
    1581590 patrickgibbs@marx:/home/members/patrick0/sites/patrickgibbs.mayfirst.org$
    159160}}}
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    160162==== users ====
    161163This is like `home` on my laptop -- it has a directory for each user, and when you login you arrive in that directory by default, for me `users/patrickgibbs` is the `~` directory. We already looked inside.
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    162165==== web ====
    163166This is where websites live! On those $5/month cPanel hosts I've used, this directory was called '''`public_html` or `www`'''. This starts out empty.