This article contains information about the LAMP application that can be deployed on Vultr.
The LAMP application is available for CentOS 6 x64, CentOS 7 x64, and Ubuntu Server LTS x64.
After deploying a LAMP application VPS, you can log into the system with an SSH client using the root login found on your Vultr control panel.
You can access the Apache server by navigating to
http://[SERVER_IP]/ with a web browser. Remember to substitute the
[SERVER_IP] with the IP address of your VPS. You may also connect to the Apache server with
https://. A self-signed certificate is used, which means that your browser will show a certificate warning. It is safe to proceed beyond the warning.
The web document root is located at
/var/www/html/. You can create
.html files in that folder. For example, uploading a PHP file to
/var/www/html/donut.php would make the file accessible in your web browser at
Note: The CentOS 6 app has the document root configured at
/usr/share/httpd/html/. Instances created after March 5th, 2018 include a symlink from
The VPS also runs a MySQL database server. You can connect to the database with the following command:
mysql -u root
The MySQL root password is saved on the VPS in
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