Webinoly provides a set of tools and commands that facilitate the web server administration.
The idea is to always have any option to a command away, that is, with a single command you can install and configure your web server, with a single command you can create a new site or with a single command you can completely configure an SSL certificate, among many other options.
In the Quick Setup Guide you will find the basic elements and steps to start your first server in just minutes.
Read our Full Example and Advanced Practical Tutorial for Webinoly as a guide to know in a practical way the use of some common commands for your web server.
List of commands
Quick guide of commands available in Webinoly for configuration and adjustment of this aplication.
Manage users for HTTP authentication, you can also enable or disable this extra layer of protection for the access/login page to your WordPress site (wp-admin).
For more detailed information on using this command see the HttpAuth documentation.
View the access and applications logs of your web server in real time from the command line.
For more detailed information on using this command see the Log documentation.
Manage your websites, create, delete, disable your sites, activate FastCgi Cache in your WordPress sites, create an SSL certificate for any of your sites.
For more detailed information on using this command see the Site documentation.
If you did not install, configure and optimize your server with the initial command (option 0), with the stack command you can install any configuration option or delete/modify the current installation.
For more detailed information on using this command see the Stack documentation.
Manage the configuration of your web server, update Webinoly or modify some variables of your current configuration, verify the status of the current installation, recover your MySQL user and password, modify the port to access additional tools such as PhpMyAdmin, allows SFTP access for www-data user, modify the configuration of FastCgi Cache, etc.
For more detailed information on using this command see the Webinoly documentation.
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