Software RAID has been relatively simple to use for a long time as it mostly just works. Things are less straightforward when using UEFI as you need an EFI partition that can’t be on a software RAID.
Databases are perfect for storing data efficiently. There are many different databases, but in this post, I’ll talk specifically about MariaDB. Follow along and learn how to install MariaDB, create databases, and give users access to using them. I’ll also show you how to backup and restore your database.
Ubuntu 20.04 has arrived, so it’s time to switch! This post is my experience with Ubuntu 20.04 and how I like to set it up.
If you want to follow along then you can download Ubuntu 20.04 too.
With only one public IP-address you’ll have to use different ports if you want to use multiple webservers. But that’s kind of useless as you can’t ask users to type example.com:81 in the browser instead of just example.com. So how do we solve this problem?