In this article, I am going to show how to use cacti monitoring for MySQL. For test purposes, I will use Ubuntu 16.04 with cacti 0.8.8f and MySQL 5.6 installed. If you don't have anything installed refer to our setup cacti [...]
The Ring is an open source tool which allows its users to communicate in multiple ways. It was developed with the main goal of protecting privacy and personal information. It is created and developed by a small team at Savoir-faire [...]
CockroachDB is an open-source project which is designed to be scalable and resilient to failure. Best features of RDBMS and NoSQL are combined together in this product. You can start using CockroachDB from a single node and add more nodes [...]
The Linux command line is a powerful console which lets you interact with the entire Linux environment at a more intimate level. Though Linux isn't well known for gaming like Windows is, you can do a whole lot more with [...]
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Installation and configuration of the mail server (Mail Transfer Agent, MTA) is one of the typical tasks any system administrator faces. Here we will cover the task and by the end of the article will have CentOS 7 with Postfix [...]
Ever Linux user can admit often forgetting Linux commands or their options. Often we have to check Google or Askubuntu and some other places to remind us of some commands. Personally, I don't seem to keep "# add-apt-repository" in my [...]
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The Linux directory tree obeys the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard, which allows Linux users and developers to locate system files in standard directories. Since Linux is a very file-oriented operating system, it is important that you know how to find files. [...]
Systemd is a system and service manager for Linux operating systems which introduces the concept of systemd units and provides a number of features such as parallel startup of system services at boot time, on-demand activation of daemons, etc. It helps to manage [...]
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After introducing the kube-shell couple of articles earlier, we now get to another great shell for kubernetes, called kube-prompt. In this article we again use Minikube local cluster for demonstration, but we will this time use KVM instead of VirtualBox. [...]
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RackTables is a data center asset management system. It is a nifty and robust solution for data center/server room asset management and helps document hardware assets, network addresses, space in racks, networks configuration and much much more. This article covers [...]
Some users need only to control process state and don’t want or need full-blown shell access to the machine on which the processes are running. They often don't need to know processes which listen on “low” TCP ports and often need to [...]
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In this article, We will see how to install SQLite (relational database) with its basic operations. What if I tell you that SQLite is likely used more than all other database engines combined. Yes, You heard it right. It is [...]
In this article we will use kops to install production grade Kubernetes cluster on Amazon Web Services. For this guide we assume you have AWS account. Also you need kubectl installed, you probably already have it if you followed any [...]
In this article, we will install Light Table software installation on Ubuntu 16.04 and CentOS 7. Few words regarding the software - it is a code editor that connects you to your creation with instant feedback. In other words, it [...]
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Job scheduling is a feature that allows a user to submit a command or program for execution at a specified time in the future. On a Linux server, it is important that certain tasks run at certain times The execution of the [...]
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Password Management should be simple. These command line password managers store our credentials, titles, web URLs, notes and other details in an encrypted file. We can use these tools to easily manage our credentials. We can even manage individual password files which [...]
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Once a while we want to know the equivalent of one unit of measurement to another. You may have wanted to check how many pounds make a kilogram, or how many inches make a meter, or tried to know how [...]
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We have some popular database tools which are independent and commonly used. Normally you can use two different relational database management system (RDBMS) on the same server if they don't use the same port but it is not advised if you [...]
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As a computer programmer, It must have happened many times that you need a system or tool that sync two directories in real time and two way. We will go through one such tool mirror in this article. It is [...]
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What if you are too geek like me who want to check even battery status from a command line. We can easily get the battery status from GUI, but what if we want all the battery related information from a [...]
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