• Installing Snapt in Azure

    Snapt is an excellent load balancing, web acceleration and WAF option for the Microsoft Azure cloud. We provide full support for deployments in Azure, and recommend using a standard Ubuntu Linux install to run Snapt. You can also run the Snapt VM images (https://downloads.snapt.net) on an existing VM server. Guide…

  • My recent changes did not apply?

    When you make changes to either the Load Balancer or the Accelerator you’ll be required to Reload either one to apply the changes. Please note that this will not cause any downtime. You can reload the Balancer or Accelerator by clicking on the top right orange notification popup, and click…

  • How to manually serialize Snapt (offline)

    We understand that sometimes you cannot allow Snapt to access the internet for licensing, plugin and framework updates due to company policy. In this case, we’ve also designed Snapt to work in an offline environment. We’ll now look at how you can serialize Snapt offline without internet access. Please note…

  • How to submit a support case/ticket with Snapt

    We understand that from time to time you may be presented with a problem, question or want to brush up on your general knowledge. Below you’ll find two ways on how to submit a ticket with us. Option 1: Support Portal Step 1: Visit our Support Portal The first step…

  • How to add more users to your Snapt account

    Step 1: Login to your account on (https://shop.snapt.net) and navigate to “Account” and then click through to “Manage Users”   NOTE: If you do not see the “Manage Users” button, this means that your account type has not been set yet, and you’ll need to contact our team on sales@snapt.net…

  • Linux Bundle Install Guide

    At Snapt we believe in giving you the flexibility to use our product regardless of the Linux environment which you decide to use. If you are making use of your own Ubuntu image and not a Snapt image then follow the following instructions below. Please note the difference between Option 1…

  • Code Examples: Snapt API code examples and bundles

    XmlRpc API The Snapt API plugin provides a free and complete XmlRpc API to Snapt. PHP Example Pack A full set of working examples in PHP which can be run from the command line, including cache purging, balancer control, and more. Download   Python Example An example of sending a…

  • Purge a Cache Domain

    Command line example for deleting matching content in the Accelerator cache (purge) . This is useful for deployment scripts, etc. You will be calling the snaptNginx.purgeCacheString method with the argument array of (string). The change takes immediate effect. The XmlRpc URL for these requests is http://snapt/api/key/secret/snaptNginx/ Code Example 1 2 3 4 5…

  • Pause and Resume

    Command line example for soft stopping and starting a backend server in a Balancer group or backend. This is useful for maintenance periods, etc. You will be calling the snaptHA.soft_stop method and snaptHA.soft_start methods with the argument array of (BackendName, ServerName). The change takes immediate effect. The XmlRpc URL for…

  • Accelerator API Documentation

    Please ensure you have read the beginners guide in order to understand the commands below. All commands are sent to the snaptNginx module. Below is an example URL string for the Accelerator: 1 http://localhost:8080/api/xxx-xxx-xxx-xxx/SNPxxxxxxxxx/snaptNginx   Common Commands The most common Accelerator commands are available below. You can call system.listMethods to see a detailed…