Iam going to build this based on a series of small posts I've made as I feel much of the information is actually hard to find and piece together from the rest of the web.
What I'm going to focus on is how to use virtio as the NIC because if you don't you get very slow NIC speeds but with the virtio NIC model you basically get host speeds.
/usr/libexec/qemu-kvm -enable-kvm -smp 8 -m 16000 -net user -net nic,model=virtio -drive file=ubuntu-gpt2large.img,if=virtio........
yum -y install mariadb-server
systemctl start mariadb
Now we need to secure our install and set the MariaDB root password:
The lines you need to act on are marked in bold shown with the answer you need.
NOTE: RUNNING ALL PARTS OF THIS SCRIPT IS RECOMMENDED FOR ALL MariaDB
zenity is a nice utility as part of the gnome window manager that allows you to script from bash and retrieve the input from the user. It could also be helpful in just notifying a user when they login with a popup window.
I'll give an overview of what's available with zenity:
--calendar Display calendar dialog
--entry Display tex........
Server Side Config
1.) First install nfs-utils
yum -y install nfs-utils
2.) Configure nfs share
Create a directory for your NFS share
Create your NFS share in /etc/exports
echo "/datastore 10.220.101.0/24(rw,sync,no_root_squash)" >> /etc/exports
systemctl restart nfs........
One simple way to keep your server public but almost impossible to hack via SSHis to disable password authentication over SSH. This means the only way in is via your own private key that only you should have.
Edit your /etc/ssh/sshd.conf file
Set this option
Restart your SSH server.
service sshd restart
This happens if you are running a kdenlive script from the shell of a remote machine without using SSH "-X" forwarding and it will also cause any areas where you write text to be a white screen for that duration.
No LADSPA plugins were found!
Check your LADSPA_PATH environment variable.
[producer_xml] failed to load transition "qtblend"
[producer_xml] failed to load transition &q........
170110 5:35:23 [Note] /usr/libexec/mysqld: Normal shutdown
170110 5:35:23 [Note] Event Scheduler: Purging the queue. 0 events
170110 5:35:23 InnoDB: Starting shutdown...
170110 5:35:24 InnoDB: Shutdown completed; log sequence number 0 12765401
170110 5:35:24 [Note] /usr/libexec/mysqld: Shutdown complete
170110 05:35:24 mysqld_safe mysqld from pid file /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.pid ended........
Now many people report this card simply not working in various Linux distros and kernels. My issue is different, it always works at 100mbit (eg. plugged into a 100mbit switch) but no matter what 1000M/gigabit switch I would try, it would never work.
The link would be up (the lights were on) and the OS detected the link as being up as well but it wouldn't work at all and could not pass data in or out (not even a ack/ping).
There is one simple solution and command........
for ip in `cat fixlist.txt`; do
sudo -u apache ssh root@$ip "`cat iptablesrules.sh`"
In the above example we are going to execute the commands within the local file "iptablesrules.sh" on all the machines in "fixlist.txt". This is a great way of performing server maintenance in a clustered or cloud environment.........
One note is to secure MySQL, I don't know for sure but I believe you could login to MySQL remotely with no password during this operation (I'm not sure, maybe it doesn't accept blank passwords but I firewall MySQL port anyway and recommend you do the same).
First edit /etc/my.cf
Under the [mysqld] field add the following line somewhere:
Now restart mysql: service mysql restart or on Debian sty........
Nice General Linux RAID 1 GuideFull examples/tutorials that should work for any Linux system using GRUB or LILO as the boot loader.
This is the only tutorial I've seen that clearly shows how you can convert an existing non-RAID system to software RAID1 remotely, without ever having to be at the computer. This is important for people who co-locate or rent dedicated servers that they may not have physical access to in a timely manner.
Backup Shell Script[quote:aaa4b0b165]#!/bin/sh
mysqldump --all-databases | gzip > /var/backup/backup-$date.sql.gz
Something like that could be useful as a cronjob to locally or remotely backup your databases........
There's a lot of outdated information and confusion for system administrator's out there.
One annoying task for many an Administrator has been backing up data in Linux. You don't need any GUI tools such as K3B or GnomeBaker. Both are excellent tools but for veteran command line users working remotely, using the keyboard is a great and possibly automated way to save yourself pain and hassle.
At a later date we'll cover how scripting can automatically backup certain........