InterWorx supports multiple PHP as of version 6.0.0. Requirements: In order to enable multiple PHP support in NodeWorx, the following is required: InterWorx version 6.0.0+ Set Up: To enable multiple PHP support in NodeWorx, follow these steps: On a server running at least InterWorx version 6.0.0, navigate to System Services > Webserver in the sidebar […]
Purpose: This document will give the reader an overview of how to customize the “look” of new SiteWorx accounts. Audience: System Administrators of hosting companies and others wishing to customize the look of their new account screen. System Administrators wishing to customize default virtual host configuration file. Overview: Each SiteWorx account on a server has […]
When debug mode is enabled, all firewall rules are flushed every 5 minutes to prevent being locked out of the server due to a firewall misconfiguration.
APF stands for Advanced Policy Firewall. “APF is a policy based iptables firewall system designed for ease of use and configuration. It employs a subset of features to satisfy the veteran Linux user and the novice alike.” (from the APF home page) In layman’s terms, a firewall is a piece of software which blocks software ports […]
MySQL Server Pooling is the ability to manage multiple physical MySQL servers from a single installation of InterWorx. MySQL Servers can be added and then assigned to new SiteWorx accounts, so their database storage is being done by another server. Requirements A working InterWorx installation. MySQL Server Pooling enabled in Settings. At least one external […]