Setting Sqlite support with PHP

Installing on Ubuntu 14.04 with EasyEngine 3.5+ 1. Update package list sudo apt-get update 2. If you are using on PHP 5.6 then sudo apt-get install php5.6-sqlite3 and restart service service php5.6-fpm restart If you are using PHP 7.0 then sudo apt-get install php7.0-sqlite3 and restart service service php7.0-fpm restart Installing on Ubuntu 12.04 /Debian


Let’s Encrypt with EasyEngine

UPDATE: If you are using EasyEngine v3.4+ then you can configure letsencrypt certificate with one command. Please check the Let’s Encrypt Command. First make sure that your site is live and running on same server on which you are running Let’s Encrypt Client to allow it to verify the site automatically. First allow .well-known directory to


Using MariaDB 10

Note: Test your site properly before using this in production. Taking backup of current databases As a precautionary we will first take backup of all databases using following simple command wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/MiteshShah/admin/master/backup/mysqldump.sh bash mysqldump.sh This script will take backup of all your databases at following location ls -al /var/www/mysqldump Stop MySQL service Stop running MySQL