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RunCloud is a web server control panel designed to help you manage your web applications and multiple websites. This control panel in one-click allows configuring web server (Apache or Nginx); setting up WordPress, Fail2Ban and other tools; creating databases and managing them; deploying popular scripts - Joomla, Drupal, Concrete5 and many others; managing website - installing SSL certificates, configuring automatic updates and etc. Also, with RunCloud Backup, you will be able to generate the backup of your web app.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to connect your server to RunCloud and set up WordPress. However, before configuring RunCloud on your VPS, make sure your server fulfills official RounCloud requirements.
1.At least 1 core processor;
2.More than 1 GB of disk space;
3.Minimum 512 MB of RAM;
4. At least one IP address.
So if your server meets RunCloud requirements, you may follow these steps and configure RunCloud on your VPS successfully.
The output will provide your MySQL password and RunCloud credentials which you should save somewhere.
The installation might take up around 15 minutes. The script will install automatically required software and tools.
The app will be created and you will get a summary page.
Now you can visit your website and you should see the default WordPress website page. The WordPress admin page you can open with your domain or server’s IP address and adding /wp-admin. To log in, you will need to use the admin username and admin password supplied when the web app was created.
There are areas for managing web app settings:
SSL/TLS - you can issue for your domain SSL certificate - free Let's Encrypt or custom certificate.
File Manager - you can access your website files and manage them - change permissions, rename, delete or modify programming code.
Settings - it will let you change the PHP, web server setting, and environment configuration.
Web Server Log - these logs will let you see all access or the error logs.
Activity Log - this is the log that records all activity for your Web Application.
Tools - it allows changing or fixing file or directory ownership permissions.
Since RunCloud comes with a list of rich features for optimizing your server, it will help you to save your time and configure the server much easier. For more information about RunCloud and how to manage it, you can find here.