Troubleshooting SELinux Issues on CentOS and Red Hat

Learn how to work with SELinux instead of disabling it and creating an insecure server. Use SETroubleshoot to identify why something is being blocked.

CentOS 6 Web Server Architecture, Part III

Scale your application’s frontend to handle more connections. Learn about load balancing your website and separating the application and database to improve user experience.

Configuring SELinux Policies for Apache Web Servers

Security and usability can exist together. Learn how to easily configure custom SELinux policies for your applications running on Apache web server, in RHEL 6 or CentOS 6.

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