chmod 0600 /swapfile
This will set proper permission to the swap file.
Now let’s reboot and make sure the swap file is there.
After the system is back and you have logged back in and run the “sudo su” command to get into root access, run “swapon –s” to check if the swap is working.
You can also use “free” to see how much RAM and swap is getting used. It is a very handy command to check if your server is suffering from memory issue:
It shows swap is there for use.
LAMP means Linux, Apache, Mysql and PHP. That’s the pre-requisite for getting WordPress to run.
Run these two commands:
apt-get install tasksel
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