All posts tagged linux

Bonding Interfaces on Ubuntu 12.04LTS

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Having multiple interfaces on a server helps for a variety of reasons, and recently I had to get a server (a Sun Micrososystems X4100 incidentally), up and running with Ubuntu 12.04LTS and bonded interfaces.

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Setting up Nginx with Cloudflare

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I’ve written about the very excellent Cloudflare CDN before.  It’s a fantastic content delivery network with inbuilt security, I love it.  This is another quick howto to get your Nginx web server working properly with Cloudflare.

I will assume you already have a working LEMP server working.

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Useful SSH Commands (Including Mac OSX)

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SSH Port Forwarding Examples

SSH is a very flexible and very useful tool for those of us working across multiple systems sometimes in multiple locations.  Here are a few SSH commands I regularly use and include mostly SSH port forwarding.  I use all these commands regularly on Linux and Mac OSX and they all work quite happily!

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Pyrit Benchmark for Raspberry Pi

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I’ve been playing with my Raspberry Pi quite a bit lately, it’s a wonderful bit of kit.  If you don’t have one already go and buy one!  The cost/power balance is really amazing.  This post is in no way a criticism of a Raspberry Pi, it is a wonderful computer made with education in mind and I am certainly learning!
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Backing Up All MySQL Databases Individually using Cron

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If we’ve got a whole pile of databases on a server, it’s possible that not all of them will change regularly.  If we’re backing up with something like rsync it makes sense not to do a whole database dump which would mean big perpetually backups so lets backup our databases individually.

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