Backup and restore using Relax and Recover (ReaR) Relax and Recover is a neat little tool that simplifies disaster Recovery. What do I need? An NFS server of your choice A CentOS 7 machine in this example IMPORTANT: Replace “CENTOSMACHINE” with the IP address of your CentOS machine and replace “NFSSERVER” with the IP address […]
Introduction I wanted to install CentOS 5 on a Dell T100 server but ran into some GRUB problems
Introduction I wanted to find files and partially rename them using the Linux commandline. I had a filesystem where all files were post-fixed with -jpg in stead of .jpg, this needed to be renamed. The original script came from unix.com by the user called Shell_Life. I modified it to suit my needs.
Introduction I wanted to control crontabs from Plesk from the commandline.
Introduction I needed a re-usable bash function to simple take two parameters; pretty text & array name and return the prompted value in that array.
Introduction I needed a framework which I could just paste in front of scripts which require parameters. The script will check if requirements are met and ask for parameters which were not provided.
Goal To dump specific DB tables to a .sql file using de MySQL Command Line. Using Debian 5 MySQL Command mysqldump -uroot -pladieladiela database table > /home/database.table.sql
Introduction I came across this problem as I run a webserver from my home behind a normal internet line without a fixed WAN IP address. There are some other ways of solving this issue, but that’s out of this article’s scope.