Basic commands of Docker

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17 total views, 1 views today If you are a beginners in docker, then you have to Below are the basic commands for docker For pull the docker image # docker pull image:tag Note: If you not mentioned the tag, then it will automatically pick the “latest” tag. so the command looks like below # docker pull…

Increase SSH session timeout

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484 total views, 1 views today If you facing SSH session disconnecting problem then please follow the below steps: This tutorial increase your ssh session. In my case I will increase it to 1 day. Open the sshd configuration file with any preferable Linux text editor Add the following lines to the end of this file TCPKeepAlive…

Bandwidth monitor via Zabbix server

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2,658 total views, 12 views today Zabbix server gives you bandwidth calculation via “net.if.in[eth0,bytes]” and “net.if.out[eth0,bytes]” functions. But sometime you might face some issue with this functions, e.g. sometime might be your actual bandwidth data mismatch with the Zabbix server shown data. So, for the mitigate this problem you can use this solution. If you face any issue…

Disable password less authentication and set a root pass on MySQL 5.7

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850 total views, 4 views today Login to the MySQL using below command use the mysql database Change the password policy to LOW Now again show the password policy Your MySQL password policy has been changed. Now you have to set a root password. To show MySQL current password structure:¬† Change the root password authentication method to¬†native_password…

MySQL/MariaDB monitor using Zabbix

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2,743 total views, 12 views today If you are using Zabbix centralized monitoring server and want to monitor your all host MySQL then you should follow below steps. This is really an easy job. First of all, go to your Zabbix configuration folder, that is /etc/zabbix. create a file in this directory named “.my.cnf” (without the colon)…