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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OpenShift – Simple Bash Script to Periodically Check Node Status

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This is a very basic example bash script that I wrote. Using this script you can check the node status of your OpenShift cluster periodically on your master node. Take it as a basis and expand it to your needs. Bash version: GNU

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OpenShift Infra Node Stuck at NotReady State

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Yesterday, I encountered an annoying problem in my OpenShift Cluster. I was trying to deploy an application. Everything was fine until OpenShift tried to push the image generated at the end of the build to the OpenShift registry. Below is how

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How to Automatically Start Your Docker Containers

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People talk about docker being useful for testing environment and stuff. But docker is also used for running your development environment applications like Nexus. Which is what we are doing in our dev environment. We have a Nexus instance running as

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What is yum? What is RPM? What is the Difference?

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What is RPM? RPM stands for Red Hat Package Manager. It was developed by Red Hat that found widespread acceptance in many Linux distros. This is a command-line tool that you can use to install, delete, update packages in your OS.

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Installing Fedora Server and Fedora Workstation Components

After installing Fedora Server, you will be presented with a black shell screen for logging in instead of a graphical login screen. That is because you have installed Fedora Server and not the Fedora Workstation and what you have now

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