Clone your shop on a second Hypernode for development

If you want to run a second (development) Hypernode – for example for load testing and you need to copy the contents of your live-shop, please follow the steps below. Clone your Hypernode Order an extra Hypernode plan First, you’ll need to order an additional Hypernode. Give the Hypernode a name (devname.hypernode.io) in which you […]

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Configure FTP/SFTP on Hypernode

For some shops FTP/SFTP usage is required to access an external data supplier. For these customers we’ve added the feature to add and remove FTP/SFTP users on your Hypernode. In this article we’ll explain how you can configure FTP/SFTP (create/delete users) and which credentials to use to make a FTP/SFTP connection. NB: We strongly recommend […]

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Configure your sessions in Redis for Magento 2

Hypernodes bigger than a Grow plan, often have enough memory to store the session data in Redis. This way sessions are stored in-memory, making the shop faster and use less IO than when using MySQL or files as session store. Configure Magento 2 to store sessions in Redis As Magento 2 is fully supporting Redis, […]

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DNS Settings Hypernode

Hypernode is a cloud-based hosting service. In case of an up- or downgrade, your shop can transparently be moved to other hardware with different specs. When upgrading or downgrading a Hypernode plan, we first create a second node, migrate your shop to this new node and then remove the old one. Thanks to Hypernode’s very […]

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How to override PHP settings

Introduction Sometimes you want to use software inside your Magento shop, that require some other settings for PHP then the defaults supply. For example changing the max_execution_time for a PHP script in a certain directory. What settings can be overriden Some examples of settings you might want to override are: upload_max_filesize post_max_size max_execution_time PHP uses […]

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Hypernode-systemctl CLI tool

The hypernode-systemctl tool allows you to set certain values for your Hypernode via the command line interface. In the past we asked you to contact support or (if you are a Dutch customer) to go to your Service Panel to change a setting. The hypernode-systemctl tool saves valuable time and makes developing and maintaining a […]

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Install WordPress next to your Magento installation

Warning: Installing WordPress on your Hypernode has some serious security implications: Although Magento is quite secure, many vulnerability issues are discovered in WordPress extensions. We recommend running your WordPress blog on a different server than your webshop as a security leak in WordPress causes attackers to have full access to your webshop! Due to high demand […]

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IPv6 on Hypernodes

We do not support IPv6 on Hypernodes yet, but it is on our roadmap. As a workaround, you can use Cloudflare, which fully supports IPv6.

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Link your domain to your Hypernode

Note: this article is relevant to Dutch customers only who’s domains are hosted at Byte. Introduction Thanks to Hypernode’s very cool Dedicated IP feature the IP-address of your Hypernode does not (!) change when you change a Hypernode plan. However, there are 2 exceptions to take into account. Dedicated IP on Hypernode – 2 exceptions […]

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Link your SSL certificate to your Hypernode

Please note, Dutch users (Byte.nl) have access to a Service Panel while English speaking users (Hypernode.com) have access to a control panel. Dutch customers: link SSL certificates Both certificates ordered or manually uploaded to our Service Panel are manageable on Hypernodes. To achieve this, you need to link your certificate to your Hypernode. When you […]

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