To find out whether your virtual server is running FreeBSD or Solaris, use the uname command:
Occassionally, while running a program from the shell prompt you may receive an "out of memory" error. You can temporarily increase your memory resource allocations by invoking the unlimit command.
% <your command>
This command is for momentary instances of increased memory need. If you consistently need more memory on an ongoing basis, we recommend you upgrade your server.
You can configure your Virtual Server to view manual pages in your Virtual Server directory structure. Simply add the following line to the ~/.cshrc file on your Virtual Server:
Use the restart_apache command to restart your Virtual Server web server:
Blue Reef provides each of its Virtual Server Administrators with the ability to automatically start daemons¹ during host server reboot. This service insures that important programs that you rely on are restarted when a server is taken down after scheduled maintenance and rebooted.
To take advantage of this feature, you just add the path to the programs you would like to run at system startup to your ~/etc/rc file:
¹ - A daemon is a server process initiated at boot time that waits in the background until its service is required. Contrary to popular convention, which demonically pronounces it DEE-mon, it is actually a Greek word that is pronounced DIE-mone (similar to diamond) and has no evil significance.