So you need to change your password through RDP connection, but don’t know how to press Ctrl+Alt+Del on the remote system? Well, there’s a simple solution: press Ctrl+Alt+End instead. Yes, I was equally surprised.
ZFS is a very versatile filesystem, which can hold up to 256 zettabytes of data. Yes, that’s 2^78 bytes. It is often used in enterprise solutions, because it’s just as flexible as linux LVM, but offers additional data integrity protection, and it does it so well, that it’s often recommended to use ZFS software capabilities, rather […]
When setting up new services on a clean Red Hat or CentOS install, many administrators face problems related to the default security settings. Red Hat is secured by default, including, but not limited to, iptables firewall and SElinux, which are both enabled after installation. I will never recomend disabling iptables without trying to add required […]
Last weekend I’ve upgraded an old laptop, originally running Windows Vista, to Windows 7, in order to prepare it for the free upgrade to Windows 10, while it’s still available free of charge. After installation, Windows 7 spent a good deal of time updating itself until reaching SP1. After SP1 installation, Windows Update seemingly stopped […]
Master-slave replication can be used to replicate database to another server – as a hot standby backup, but it won’t offer any performance increase (all writes will still happen on one server). Configuring Master Database First, we set up MySQL config file vi /etc/my.cnf Find the following line to make MySQL listen on its network […]