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A blog about Mysql, Mongodb, Linux, Apache,Nginx,Ubuntu and other open source technology
2015-03-11 14:13
MongoDB is the leading NoSQL database, designed for how we build and run applications today. MongoDB empowers organizations to be agile and scalable. It helps them enable new types of app… Read More
2015-03-11 14:13
Nginx can also be used as a cache server for serving cache static content.In this tutorial we will learn how to do page caching with Nginx.To start, install the latest stable Nginx avaliable… Read More
2015-03-11 14:13
There’s no excuse to run insecure systems on your network. Your data’s integrity (and your job) depend on your ability to keep those systems running correctly and securely for yo… Read More
2015-03-11 14:12
A centralized syslog server was one of the first true SysAdmin tasks that I was given as a Linux Administrator way back. My boss at the time wanted to pull in log files from various applian… Read More
2015-03-11 14:11
DRBD And HeartBeatAbout three months ago, I was planning a new server setup that would run our new portal as well as e-mail, databases, DNS and so forth. One of the most important goals w… Read More
2015-02-23 13:54
Whatever your reason for migrating repository history, using the svnadmin dump and svnadmin load subcommands is straightforward.svnadmin dump will output a range of repository revisions that… Read More
2015-02-23 13:53
snort really isn't hard to use,this article aims to make using snort easier for new userssnort can be configured to run in three modes:sniffer mode: which simply reads packets off the networ… Read More
2015-02-23 13:53
A few months back I was given an assignment to create some chroot jails for a group of customers so that they could securely upload files with sftp. The requirement was that the customers… Read More

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