In-Memory ActiveMQ and SpringBoot Example Project

SpringBoot is the trending way of building applications and microservices. ActiveMQ is one of the most popular message brokers. Did you know that with SpringBoot you can have embedded ActiveMQ instances? In this In-Memory ActiveMQ and SpringBoot Example Project, I

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They Tried to Hack My Blog – Keeping Your WordPress Site Secure

WordPress is a free and open-source content management system based on PHP & MySQL. Many blogs and websites use WordPress around the world. And the more popular it is the more attacks it will get from “bad” people. There are a

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Create MD5 Hashes for Your Files in Windows Using FCIV

Why do you need to hash your files? Let’s start with that. You need to hash your files so that you can guarantee that none of your files have been altered. This is a way to make your delivery trustable.

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Installing Red Hat Process Automation Manager 7.1 on EAP 7.1 Easy and Fast – Tested on macOS Mojave

red hat process automation manager installation

Steps to install Red Hat Process Automation Manager 7.1 Browse to https://developers.redhat.com/products/rhpam/download/ Download the JBoss EAP 7.1 distribution zip Download the Red Hat Process Automation Manager – Business Central EAP 7 Deployable zip Download the Red Hat Process Automation Manager –

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Installing and configuring PACEMAKER as a Cluster Manager – CentOS7

how to install and configure pacemaker

In this post, I will try to document the steps needed to set up and install Pacemaker as a cluster manager on CentOS7. Relate this post to the one that is about DRBD and combine them to get yourself a

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Installing and Configuring DRBD for High Availability – DRBD for Apache Server

DRBD example setup and configuration

DRBD stands for Distributed Replicated Block Device. DRBD is a distributed replicated storage system for the Linux platform which is implemented as a kernel driver. The main configuration file for DRBD is /etc/drbd.conf.   include “drbd.d/global_common.conf”   include “drbd.d/*.res” DRBD configuration

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Clearing the OpenShift log data using the curator pod (OpenShift 3.6)

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In our test OpenShift cluster, we had this space problem with the infra node. See the numbers below. Previously: Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/mapper/rhel-root 50G 2.0G 49G 4% / devtmpfs 7.8G 0 7.8G 0% /dev /dev/sdd2 50G

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SonarQube 6.5 Resetting admin Password on CentOS7

Install pgAdmin on centos7 (GNOME environment) – yum install pgadmin4-desktop-gnome check the config file of sonarqube – /opt/sonarqube/conf/sonar.properties – sonar.jdbc.url=jdbc:postgresql://localhost/sonar – sonar.jdbc.username=sonar – sonar.jdbc.password=Password1 start pgAdmin by simply running “pgadmin4” command OR Applications -> Programming -> pgAdmin 4 Under Quick

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Adding a New User to OpenShift with HTPasswd Identity Provider

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There are various identity providers that can be used with OpenShift. In this post, I will mention HTPasswd identity provider and how you can manage your users with it. First, if you don’t know which identity provider is used in your cluster

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Here is a little awk hack for linux command history

If you are using a Linux distro and you use the command line a lot,  this little awk trick will show you your most used commands so that you can create aliases for them leading to an increase in your

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