Remote Data Backup – The Advantages Over Other Backup Systems

June 2nd, 2012 | Posted under Software, Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

Remote Data Backup – The Advantages Over Other Backup Systems

Remote backup in order to send the backup file to another computer uses remote methods like network connections or telephone lines rather than sending the backup to the media that is connected to the system being backed up, like in regular data backup. It is fully automated and backs up files at night so that the computers are idle then.

Remote Data Backup – The Advantages Over Other Backup SystemsSeveral steps which are essential but are either overlooked or not done properly are accomplished by remote data backup. This backup is reliable and scheduled. Regularly backing up of files is very important to be safe against losing data but the same is not done always due to busy schedule or forgetfulness. But in remote backup, it is automated, so it automatically backs up the files at night.

The important files are saved. The backup software usually has one list of important files included at the time of installation which whose backup is created. This backup stores the system state when the installation of the program was done.

Remote Data Backup – The Advantages Over Other Backup Systems

But unfortunately vital files can be missed out and also it is not updated regularly thereby missing important files which are added later on. This issue is aggravated by the fact that the backup software is rarely run on regular basis for updating programs and files that are recently installed.

Remote Data helps in solving this issue by non-stop re-evaluation of the computer and adding necessary new files continuously to the created backup. Using an extremely sophisticated version of control system, redundant copies of the files are then stored. This type of system is not available in the other various types of backup software.

Remote Data Backup – The Advantages Over Other Backup SystemsA necessary feature is redundancy in all online data backup systems. At each and every development stage, several copies of all the files need to be kept. This version of backup provides the strongest possible protection against data loss by reducing the amount of data loss in case of a disaster. After each session, each and every file is backed up and the copy of the files must be retrievable at all the times. Large corporations use this type of data backup systems and remote backup gives the assurance of protection of data.

For complete enhanced security of the data, encryption of the backed up file is done. Typical backup systems don’t encrypt the backed up files and hence it allows corporate, private and client data like payroll, tax information, billing etc to be accessed easily and read. Remote backup solves this problem by encrypting the data on many sites. So, data can be easily restored.

The typical backup systems which are not automated overlook or improperly do these important steps which are given so much importance in remote backup. Also scheduled backup is done and at the end it is encrypted so that it can’t be read by anyone and hence, enhancing the data security. The data can be easily restored even in case of any disaster.

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Changing the Web Host Provider: Steps You Should Follow

May 26th, 2012 | Posted under Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

Changing the Web Host Provider: Steps You Should Follow

Changing the Web Host Provider: Steps You Should Follow

Web host providers can often be deceitful in their promises and guarantees provided. If the client fails to look through the flaws in the contract, your website will be affected and so will your business. So you might want to change you web host provider but prior to doing that following certain steps are advised to avoid any problems of website downtime, data loss etc. The 6 steps to changing the web host are as follows:

Local back-up of website

All the files, dlls, scripts and the database maintaining records of your website must be copied to any local computer along with the configuration information. Secure your SSL certificate from the current web host provider. Also get the key and any information on software, security settings, drivers, modified or updated registries and also the user names along with the passwords for your email accounts.

Finding a better web host provider

After backing up all your stuff you are ready to break off your bond with the old web host provider and find a better web host which can support your site contents and also guarantee high uptime and credit back facility in case the downtime exceeds the maximum downtime they have guaranteed you. Do proper research about the web host’s services, equipments and professionals and technical helps provided before selecting one.

Changing the Web Host Provider: Steps You Should Follow

Get the information regarding Domain Name registration

Make sure that your name is registered as your domain’s owner by checking any WHOIS site. Get help from the new host provider to retrieve the Domain name registration info incase the old host permits moving your website because of your relation ending on bad terms.

Move the website to new host

Load all your databases and files to the servers of the new host. They can provide a temporary domain for testing till you make the switch. Change the path specific information like script paths or relative links which might have changed and also the database name and primary user id. Give a test run and set up your email and make sure to let your visitors know that you are making the switch in case there is some downtime.

Update Domain Information

Take help from the new host provider to retrieve your domain information from the old provider or re-register so that you can re-own your domain if your domain is transferred by the old host so that you get listed as the administrative contact. This can take some time.

Cancel the old hosting plan

After making the switch and giving a full run of the website, you can cancel your old web hosting plan after making sure that you own the domain and site and checking all the related website information and registry entries.

Changing the Web Host Provider: Steps You Should Follow

Changing the web host provider can be a hectic task but make sure you don’t end your terms with the old host on a bad note. Else you can get into problem with your domain information and website entries getting scrambled up intentionally by the old host as revenge. It’s better to secure all your related domain and website information before snapping your relations.

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Virtual Private Server – the next best thing to dedicated servers!

May 24th, 2012 | Posted under The Internet, Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

Virtual Private Server – the next best thing to dedicated servers!

Virtual Private Servers or VPS is a term coined by the web hosting industry to describe virtual fully-functional partitions in a main server. Although it is not a separate physical machine, the partitions are made in a way that each unit works as an independent functional server. It is a great option for customers who want most advantages of dedicated hosting without having to shell out cost of owning a high-end server. VPS maintains privacy of a private machine as the server software applications are separately loaded in the partitioned system.

Recent trends show that webhosting solution is more popular among small and medium business owners, whose web requirements do not include an in-house dedicated server hosting. Moreover, dedicated server hosting is extremely costly, considering the amount of effort it would require to maintain a server. While the concept of shared hosting is perfect for such requirements, it has its own issues since CPU cycles and other system resources are also shared, which may cause performance issues. Therefore, VPS brings the best out of both shared and dedicated hosting options.

Working of a VPS

The design of a VPS works on two methods, which are used to create functionally independent partitions:

  1. Hypervisor: The hypervisor supervises or manages the resources related to the virtual servers where multiple operating systems can be installed and can be run on the same device. Hyper virtualization can be popularized by Xen, Microsoft Hyper-V, KVM and VMware ESX. Another name of hypervisor is Virtual Machine Manager(VMM).
  2. Container: Here each VPS is provided user spaces or a separate container. Container virtualization can be popularized by OpenVZ or Parallels Virtuozzo. Another name for this method is Kernel-based system.

Ease of managing a VPS

One of the persistent issues with shared hosting is the lack of flexibility in adding or removing resources. Based on the popularity and effectiveness of a web enterprise, the customer may want to modify his/her requirement. With VPS, resetting system allocations is extremely easy and users can change its system requirement at any given point of time. The resources which can be easily allocated or deallocated according to user requirements are:

  1. Bandwidth
  2. Hard disk space
  3. RAM
  4. IP addresses.

VPS Hosting and the cloud

The principle behind cloud hosting includes spreading of resources among more than two servers at remote areas. The actual address and state of the stored data are unknown to the user but he can easily access the stored data or the system as per his need. This is because cloud hosting is similar to VPS in its core concept. While separate machines are connected over the Internet to form a cluster of machines, its computational power is then distributed among nodes accessing it. Thus, the cluster of machines acts as a single machine, while the allocation to each node/client is the functionally-independent partition.

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Evergreen SEO Tips

May 5th, 2012 | Posted under Internet Trends, The Internet, Tips For Life, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

Evergreen SEO Tips

Hosting a website on the Internet is not enough to promote one’s agenda online. The simple reason behind it is that there are millions of websites on the Internet which would be available on the same category. Therefore, it is equally important to promote your website in order to get visitors for your website.

We are all aware of how search engine results redirect users to different websites based on the search keywords entered by the user. Therefore, a website owner must always aim that his/her website features among the top search results. This can be ensured only if the website is optimized for good search engine results – thus bringing the concept of search engine optimization (SEO).

In layman terms, SEO can be referred to as a technique that enhances the probability of a website to be among the first few results for keywords related to the website category. However, implementing SEO to a website is not easy and requires the website owner to be extremely meticulous about the complete procedure. It has been observed over the years that website ranking algorithm has changed tremendously over the years, resulting in many SEO techniques becoming obsolete. Here, we discuss few SEO tips and techniques that have stood the test of time and would play an important role in SEO building irrespective of the ranking algorithm in use:

  1. Content is king: There is no alternative to good content. While SEO is all about keywords and their proper placement, people often confuse it to make their website content a collage of stuffed keywords. On the contrary, one needs to ensure that the website content is of the highest quality and at the same time has optimum inclusion of keywords.
  2. Backlinks always help: The idea of SEO is to make the website links popular. One way to do so is to ensure that the website links are backtracked from several other sources. Thus, blogs, comment and social networking websites can always be easily used to ensure popularity of the link.
  3. Spamming spoils the mix: When the concept of promoting through content is taken too literally, people start spamming before realizing what they are doing. However, one must always ensure that they should promote their website with decency and in places which do not intrude on the target’s private space. Moreover, it would also impact the brand image of a website if it is considered to be spamming.
  4. Creating content out of content: A good content can always help you to generate more content on its lines. The content of your website needs to be propagated through effective mediums, and should be open to comments from users – so as to enable creation of more content around the core one. This not only increases the value of your content, but also enhances your loyal user base. However, one should always be aware about spams which may fill up comment boxes.
  5. Differentiating good from the bad: A thorough knowledge of search engine algorithms is required to understand what would be treated as a good content and what would not be. Therefore, one must always strive to keep the good content while reducing content that do not help them with search engine results.

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Best practises while developing large scale websites

May 5th, 2012 | Posted under The Internet, Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

Best practises while developing large scale websites

With the fast paced development of Internet technologies, the perception of websites takes a new definition every few years. From static web pages, we have now moved on to dynamic, user-interactive web pages. In fact, most of the things that we do in the real life can now also be done online. With so much dependency on Internet-driven applications, it is important that these applications and websites are built properly. This is important for specific critical websites where we transact with money – as a small bug can cause a very severe impact to the user as well as the seller’s business and reputation.

Therefore, a lot of responsibility is bestowed on the development team. However, with large scale websites which contain numerous components, an additional challenge is the size of the development team and to manage the team effectively. In fact, large teams are generally divided in terms of small modules, and these sub-groups often interact at later stages of development. There could be several issues that could crop up due to mismanagement of a large group. The aim of such teams is to ensure proper planning is done and processes are setup for each activity.

There are several best practises that are followed by teams worldwide in order to create efficient and trouble-free applications. The first thing that needs to be ensure is proper requirement gathering, and then, proper analysis based on the resources available. Unrealistic expectations at the beginning of the development cycle would have to be carried all though the execution of the project, which is absolutely undesirable. Hence, the requirement should be analysed with utmost sincerity and then converted into a working design.

There is nothing more important in a development cycle than the design. Developers around the world agree on the fact that an efficient design reduces coding effort by 50 percent. In modular web applications, design becomes extremely critical as it is the common link between each module. In such situations, the design should create provisions for more common functionalities and services, which can be reused by different modules. This not only ensures uniformity but also takes care of any redundancy in code or issues that could come up due to abnormal dependencies.

Every stage in the development process needs to be review by peers as well as seniors in order to prevent any conflicts in approaches. In the implementation phase, the communication between different sub-groups becomes very critical as they start working on common components.

In most cases, a centralized code repository is used where several people share and collaborate on a single version of code. As and when people create or modify files, it is checked in to the common location. The problem arises when different people working on the same file at the same time do not communicate effectively. A situation could arise where a person could override the other person’s code unknowingly. This could have a major impact and would lead to rework at the very least. Thus, one should always communicate to the entire team as soon as they put their version of the code to the common location so that others could update their local copy of the centralized code.

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How to debug your web application bugs?

May 5th, 2012 | Posted under Software, Tips For Life, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

How to debug your web application bugs?

A web application, once released on production for its intended users, is very likely to come across several bugs. Although, the development of an application is done with an aim to create a bug-free code, it is an inevitable part of the software development lifecycle. Therefore, it is very important to ensure proper handling of bugs.

The development team needs to devise a particular approach to debug the application. Firstly, it is always better to prevent a defect rather than fix it later. A proper defect prevention plan would need every stage of development to be thoroughly reviewed and validated. In fact, a lot of defects can be prevented in the requirement capturing stage itself. However, it is impossible to cover all ends at the initial development phases. In fact, some bugs or defects are not actually development issues in nature, but some bad data or connection issues can also cause unexpected behaviour at the application end.

However, since the objective is to minimise as many defects as possible, we need to check for defects at every stage of the development. In fact, a defect prevention tracker needs to be maintained in order to record every defect detected and fixed. In that regard, it is also important to ensure proper techniques are in place to detect all bugs. While users or testers may report bugs, some checks at the code level can also help in detecting bugs.

In fact, defect detection is the first stage of debugging an application. However, in order to perform the analysis required to find the fault, there must be enough logging present for all the components in the application. There are several issues which cannot be recreated at will, as it may manipulate user data or cause other issues. Moreover, there could be one-time issues, which could have happened under abnormal circumstances – and in order to capture required information of that particular time, logging needs to be enabled throughout the application.

Once the code is analysed and the faulty component is identified, a fix needs to be prepared. However, fixing bugs on an existing application code is tougher than writing the code in the first place, as the fix also needs to ensure that it does not impact the normal flow of other components. In other words, a thorough regression testing is required for implementing a fix in the existing code. It is most undesirable that new code defects are introduced while fixing one.

However, the whole process of bug fixing needs to be prioritized properly. The severity of the issue decides the priority with which it needs to be rectified. The frequency of the issue is one parameter that determines the severity of the issue.

Some web applications which deal with critical information such as financial and demographic data of the users need to be very efficient with bug fixing techniques. The amount of time a defect is present in the application, it translates into bad user experience, and also could lead into large amount of business loss. Thus, debugging the application should be treated with high importance by the application development team.

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Clustered Hosting: Optimized Resources Usage for Better Performance

April 22nd, 2012 | Posted under Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

Clustered Hosting: Optimized Resources Usage for Better Performance

In most of the web hosting environments, the website and all its associated data are located on a single server. So if the datacenter faces hosting problems like server goes offline, this would cause serious trouble. The solution to this problem is Clustered Hosting.

Generally, most of the hosting solutions use a single server for hosting multiple hosting services like website, database, FTP, email etc. So, it has a single failure point and finite traffic capacity causing troubles for high traffic websites.

Clustered Hosting differs from the traditional web hosting mechanisms as the load of web hosting is spread across “nodes” which are multiple physical machines, thus increasing the availability and also the chances of one feature or service like email or FTP, affecting other services like MySQL. Large websites, discussion forums use clustered hosting as they run with multiple front-end web servers and back-end database servers.

Single failure points can be eliminated by load balancing in clustered hosting using multiple physical servers. In a single server, periodic reboots maybe required for software upgrade but in clustered hosting the reboots can be staggered to make the services available while upgrading all the necessary machines present in the cluster.

The advantages of Clustered Hosting are:

  • Enhanced Reliability: The computer grid is powered by several clusters running dedicated hosting services with more than 2 servers in each cluster. All the clusters work together for hosting the website and eliminate single point of failure.
  • Flexibility: Many servers can be added to a cluster and many clusters can be added to the grid for increasing availability as and when required.
  • Maintenance: Scheduled or unscheduled maintenances of the servers for hardware check or software upgrade, don’t affect the website.
  • Enhanced Security: Security can be enforced at all the layers for maximum protection from Kernel to the applications. Classes of attacks like SQL injection, cross site scripting, buffer overflows etc can be stopped.
  • Load Balancing: The workload is distributed across multiple nodes for achieving optimum utilization of resources. The load balancers use schedule mechanism for prioritizing requests and forward requests for processing to the servers.
  • Better Performance: Close integration with load balancers allows the web servers to perform parallel request delivery. So, the web pages are served very fast.
  • Fast Raid Storage: In clustered hosting, the storage of data is redundant, optimized and protected from single point failures.
  • Faster SQL Queries: For faster execution of database queries, multiple instances of SQL database services are run concurrently. Unattended queries are promptly handed over to another available database server.
  • Reduced Mail Queuing: Implementation of a more balanced system of distribution of the mail queue provides better mail processing & delivery services. Multiple mail servers are used for shortening the queue.
  • Fail-Safe DNS: The zones are centralized from hosting servers by DNS servers present in the cluster using a fail-redundant DNS structure

Clustered hosting costs same as shared hosting, so it is cost-effective. Access to large number of servers in clusters provides you with computing power as much you require. So, clustered hosting has gained popularity due to its several advantages over shared hosting.

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Difference between Managed and Unmanaged hosting

April 22nd, 2012 | Posted under Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

Difference between Managed and Unmanaged hosting

Web hosting is a service which makes the websites by individuals and organizations accessible via WWW (World Wide Web). The companies that own or lease the space on the server used by clients are the Web Hosts. Web hosts also provide internet connectivity and data centre space. The main scope of web hosting is web page hosting and file hosting which is used for uploading files using FTP (File Transfer Protocol).

Web hosting may be required for personal websites where the number of web pages would be less. On the other hand, complex websites with server side scripting is also hosted on server which allows users to write and install scripts by making use of comprehensive package providing database support and can be developed using applications like PHP, ASP.Net. Hosing can be classified into Managed and Unmanaged hosting. The difference of using managed and unmanaged hosting services can be known while using a dedicated server.

The managed and unmanaged hosting can be differentiated as:

  • Managed servers: The web hosting companies manage and host the managed servers. The clients are able to set up domains and mailboxes but the sole responsibilities of necessary configurations and maintaining the server lies in the hands of the web host company.
  • Unmanaged servers: these servers are self managed by the clients or users, i.e. unlike the managed servers, the responsibilities of necessary configurations and maintaining the server lies in the users’ hands, hence it’s their duty to keep the server up to date and safe from hackers.
  • Managed vs. Unmanaged Hosting: Though it’s known that unmanaged hosting is less expensive than managed hosting; but since all the responsibilities of the server now lies with the client, it requires technical knowledge and time to maintain and configure the server. Hence, it can be said that along with price, managed hosting also lessens the clients’ burden. Also unmanaged hosting cannot be used if your UNIX knowledge is limited.
  • Dedicated vs. Shared Hosting: It is advisable to adopt dedicated web hosting instead of shared hosting in case of hosting complex and large website which may affect the service to serve the clients. In shared hosting, the resources like disk space, bandwidth are shared by all the websites on that server resulting in limiting your growth to serve the clients. Dedicated hosting works by renting or owning space on the server for sole use. Hence, dedicated hosting is expensive than shared.

So the bottom line is which type of web hosting suits you the most. The main differences lie with factors: flexibility, cost-effective and control. Mostly, web hosting does not require great deal of flexibility unless the client wants to run own web applications. In most cases, the clients mainly want to setup a simple site with hosting account. It is also necessary to figure out the space required, and knowledge and experience of working on UNIX.

 

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Understanding the concepts of Transport Security Layer (TLS)

April 22nd, 2012 | Posted under The Internet, Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

Understanding the concepts of Transport Security Layer (TLS)

Transport Layer Security (TLS) is an application layer cryptographic protocol. The main purpose of TLS and SSL (Secure Sockets Layer; predecessor of TLS) is to ensure privacy between the applications and the users communicating over Internet. When the server and client communicate, TLS/SSL provides communication security and ensures that no malicious party can tamper with the message-packets and also protects against serious threats like eavesdropping and message-forgery. The protocol has several versions that are widely used in applications such as email, Internet faxing, voice-over-IP (VoIP) for protecting sensitive data that are transmitted over the Internet. TLS is widely recognised and is also a standard protocol issued by IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) for communication of emails securely over the Internet and also creates a secured environment for applications like web-browsing, emails and other client-server applications.

What is TLS?

Transport Layer Security or TLS is a protocol used in application layer that ensures message security over the internet; it uses a combination of asymmetric cryptography, symmetric encryption and message authentication codes for key exchange, privacy and message integrity respectively to encrypt the network connections above Transport layer.

Why is TLS used?

TLS is especially designed to provide protection against eavesdropping, message-forging, message tampering and protect confidentiality and data integrity by encrypting the data transmission of applications like email between client and server.

Components of TLS:

TLS is mainly composed of two layers: TLS Record Protocol and TLS Handshake Protocol. TLS Record Protocol is responsible for connection security with encryption mechanisms like DES (Data Encryption Standard) to protect confidentiality while TLS Handshake Protocol authenticates the communicating server and client, and selects an encryption algorithm and cryptographic keys to exchange data securely.

How to indicate TLS connection:

To indicate the server that the client is using a TLS connection can be achieved by two ways: by using different port numbers for TLS connections or by using general port numbers where the client requests the server to switch the connection to TLS using any protocol-specific mechanism.

How TLS works:

After both the client and server have agreed on a TLS connection, they use a handshaking mechanism in which they agrees on several parameters to establish a secure connection and negotiate a stateful connection. Finally when TLS is established on both the ends information is exchanged by encrypting the plain text to ensure data confidentiality.

As the client presents a list of supported ciphers and hash functions, the server then selects the strongest cipher and hash function and informs the client of its selection by sending a digital certificate containing server name, trusted certificate authority (CA) and the public encryption key. The client acknowledges the receipt of the certificate. The client then encrypts a random number which can only be decrypted by the server’s private key and then the session keys are generated. The connection is established only after all the steps are successfully done; failing in which results in connection failure.

TLS is based on specifications developed by Netscape Communications’ SSL protocol, which is the predecessor of TLS. TLS and SSL are not interoperable, i.e. TLS cannot be implemented as SSL.

Since transferring unencrypted data increases the risk of threats of message tampering and alteration, in some organizations that deals with storing of confidential data and sensitive messages, implementing TLS is not only a good idea but instead a mandated option.

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Upgrading your website without disturbing the current load

March 4th, 2012 | Posted under Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

Upgrading your website without disturbing the current load

Being a network and website administrator is a really tough job. The admin has to constantly look for technology upgrades and loopholes in the current setup. Today’s websites are mainly powered by HTML4/HTML5, CSS, PHP and MySQL. HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) mainly decides the basic structure of the webpage. CSS is used to add designs and color to the webpage. PHP is used for webpage management purposes while all the important data and all services are stored under MySQL. A perfect web designer should have a total knowledge of all the three. All the above discussed points talk about the software part. Software when used by the appropriate hardware can only show positive results. Hardware management includes server management, managing transmission cables, and maintaining site traffic.

Up gradation can take place in two ways –

Software / Webpage Upgrade

Software/Webpage up-gradation Includes data modification and modification of HTML/CSS involved.

Hardware Upgrade

This includes server Load enhancement, increasing server capacity, making a dedicated server, modifying transmission lines – like replacing LAN wires by fiber optic cables or replacing a CAT4 cable by the newer CAT5e cable.

Following points show how you can easily upgrade your website without disturbing access or load –

Changing the data base using MySQL

MySQL is basically a tabular structure for storing all the important data and links contained by the website. This means whenever any addition has to made in the content of the website, data has to be added at the MySQL server. No change occurs in the basic webpage structure or any of its embedded styles. Everything remains the same. So when these changes have to be made, the old webpage is kept active with the old data without any problems. After all the data editing job has been done, then the server can be updated and in this way the webpage has been updated without affecting performance.

Using the ‘replica’ power of MySQL

Specific portion of the database is dedicated to create a replica of the old data before any modification is done to the database. If anything wrong happens or programming code error occurs, changes can be reverted back to the old backup so as to keep the server alive and uninterrupted.

Upgrading Server Capacity

Every server has a limitation of a fixed number of users can access it simultaneously. Server throttling starts once user limit exceeds and many people may experience slow access speeds. At this point, if a Network admin decides to increase the server load capacity, he will have to make extensive hardware changes. At this point, many users may experience slower site access. The admin can post an apology in this case by stating that ‘server is under maintenance’.

Upgrading your website without disturbing the current load

Hardware up gradation can lead to sites being unavailable for some time but adding content to the existing webpage should not affect traffic. Keeping the server well maintained and optimizing and tuning up the performance is the priority task of all network admins and they should take care of it.

 

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