Proxmox upgrade from 3.x to 5.x (Debian wheezy to jessie)

Proxmox Virtual Environment (PVE) is an open source server virtualization management solution based on QEMU/KVM and LXC. You can manage virtual machines, containers, highly available clusters, storage and networks with an integrated, easy-to-use web interface or via CLI. Proxmox VE code is licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License, version 3. The project is developed and maintained by Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH.

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How to install OpenLiteSpeed and PHP 7.3 / 7.2 / 7.1 / 7.0 from LiteSpeed repositories on Debian 9 (stretch) / 8 (jessie)

We are going to install OpenLiteSpeed on Debian 9 (stretch) / 8 (jessie) server from LiteSpeed repository. OpenLiteSpeed is the open source edition of LiteSpeed Web Server Enterprise. Both servers are actively developed and maintained by the same team, and are held to the same high-quality coding standard. OpenLiteSpeed contains all of the essential features found in LiteSpeed Enterprise, and represents our commitment to support the Open Source community. It is recommended to use CentOS 7 / 6 for OpenLiteSpeed for stability.

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How to set up master slave replication in MySQL

MySQL replication is a process that enables data from one MySQL database server (the master) to be copied automatically to one or more MySQL database servers (the slaves). Replication is asynchronous by default. Slaves do not need to be connected permanently to receive updates from the master. Depending on the configuration, you can replicate all databases, selected databases, or even selected tables within a database.

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How to disable Let’s Encrypt for the hostname

If you want to replace the certificate for your hostname with a custom certificate but you had enabled Let’s Encrypt, you will need to disable Let’s Encrypt for the hostname first. The following command let’s DirectAdmin know that it does not need to renew the Let’s Encrypt certificate. This is required as DirectAdmin will renew the certificate +/- 60 days after the last renewal, even when the Let’s Encrypt certificate is not installed.

rm -rf /usr/local/directadmin/data/users/user_name/domains/domain_name.lt.san_config
rm -rf /usr/local/directadmin/data/users/user_name/domains/domain_name.lt.cert.creation_time