Install your own speed test server with Mini In CentOS 7

In this article, we will install and configure self hosted version of on a CentOS 7. mini is a speed testing application which is used for hosting speed test server Mini on your own server. Mini which can be installed locally to do basic tests and check the upload and download speed of your server. If you want to set up your own local server for getting accurate data rate measurements (see – Mini) then here’s a pretty easy method.

Step – 1 First update the server:

# yum update -y

Step – 2 Install apache and php package:

# yum install httpd

Step – 3 Start the apache web server:

# systemctl start httpd

Step – 4 Install PHP and Some modules:

# yum install php php-mysql php-gd php-mcrypt

Step – 5 Download the Mini Server:

# wget

Note: You need to Login before you can download. If you don’t have an account, register first. Go to the following link and register an account.

Step – 6 Unzip the download file:

# yum install unzip -y
# Unzip

Step – 7 Now copy the extracted folder ‘/mini’ ‘/var/www’:

# cp -R /mini /var/www/html/

Step – 8 You can see the Apache’s document root directory:

# grep -i "^documentroot" /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
DocumentRoot "/var/www/html"

Display the output a document root directory is /var/www/html.

Step – 9 We need to rename the ‘index-php.html’ file:

# cd /va r/www/html/mini
# ls
# mv index-php.html index.html

Note- If you are using any other platform as your host, like jsp, asp, php, Then you need to rename respective file as shown below.

  1. ASP.NET as your host- index-aspx.html to index.html
  2. JSP as your host- index-jsp.html to index.html
  3. ASP as your host- index-asp.html to index.html
  4. PHP as your host- index-php.html to index.html

Step – 10 Open your favorite web browser any type your local server IP address:

and start testing your server speed.


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