This page explains how to install Moodle. These are unsuitable for production servers. Typically this is also how Moodle is run, although there are other options as long as the software requirements of the release are met. If you are installing Moodle in a Windows server, note that from php5. All the above requirements will vary depending on specific hardware and software combinations as well as the type of use and load; busy sites may well require additional resources. Further guidance can be found under performance recommendations. Moodle scales easily by increasing hardware. For very large sites, you are much better starting with a small pilot and gaining some experience and insight.
Basic WebServer Requirements
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Another noob-friendly guide on how you would put up a web server instance, either on a VPS or on your local computer localhost. So if your looking to learn on how you would exactly do this stuffs on your own, then read further below and gather all the necessary requirements for this guide before starting off. You could use this guide to make either a development web server , lab for learning purposes, or production environment where you can deploy or launch an application or website for public use. Setting up a WebServer on Windows Localhost or local computer. These are the basic hardware specs you need in putting up a web server.
One of the biggest features that sets the CWP hosting panel apart from other panels is the ability to automatically adjust and select a variety of web servers with just one click. The CWP team has a section in its panel where the server administrator can move from one web server to another by simply entering the section and its settings. But for this version of the web server, you have to pay a monthly fee and get a license for this web server.