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You need to specify the destination file prior to the condition. zip -r PHP.zip *.php That should work fine for you and create a zip file with all .php files from your website.


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I experienced similar issue on one of the VPSes I have with RoseHosting. I contacted their technical support and they fixed the issue for me and everything has been good since then. Anyway, when I asked what was the problem, they said that it was related to the dcachesize limit which represents the maximum size of filesystem-related caches limit for my ...


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It depends how many pages each of your visitors sees. I have a a currency conversion site where almost all the users view exactly one page. They land a currency calculator that is specific to the two currencies they want to convert. After performing their calculation, they leave the site. To optimize the site performance, the entire page is one ...


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Analyzing this remotely is almost impossible, but here’s my guess: You did not patch/update your Drupal installation quickly after the security advisory SA-CORE-2014-005 was published. This was a highly critical vulnerability, referred to as "Drupageddon". An attacker exploited the vulnerability and got access to your installation. The attacker created ...


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Yep! You were hacked. You have been hacked for a period of time too. Not to panic! It happens enough and can potentially be a low-level breach that can be fixed with not too much worry. HTTPS vs. HTTP is another protocol and not another site. Theoretically, these should be the same site served as either HTTP protocol port 80 or secured/encrypted HTTP ...


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I saw a post about this on SO Webhoster inserts a javascript which brokes my code how to remove it? The chosen answer states: They have a link in their cPanel where you can disable the analytics code. http://members.000webhost.com/analytics.php Beware - by doing this you violate their policy and they will eventually drop you from their ...


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If one tries to have one machine do the work of two, some parts of the machine will need to be larger but run at the same speed, some can stay the same size but will need to run faster, and some will need to be larger and faster. The extent to which it makes sense to combine the roles of smaller machines into a larger one, or split the roles of larger ...


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Let's take the problem at small scale. A tiny office with one server running mail, ActiveDirectory, file share, and the web site for the company. Hackers hit it and you have to reboot because IIS is messed up. Or Exchange needs an update and a reboot. Or Active Directory got corrupted. Any of these isolated "one service is down" problems affects the ...



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