NFS Server can be used to serve storage to multiple machines. Here’s how you can setup NFS Server on Ubuntu 19.10 Run Aptitude Update and Upgrade first. Once your system has latest updates installed. Run below apt command to install NFS Server Package. Now make a directory which you want to share over NFS. Change permission to 777 in order to make it publically accessible. Now edit /etc/exports file to add nfs rules Start the NFS Service. Export configuration. On […]

Being an Application or a Database administrator you must have come across a situations many times wherein you would require a mountpoint for some requirements. In this article we’ll ses how it happens step by step. List the attached disks using fdisk. In order to use this disk, before we can mount it we will have to create a partition first and then file system. So let’s create a partiton first. Select the newly attached which disk you want to

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New Things We’ll See In Oracle Linux 8 Oracle Linux 8 ships with the concept of distributing Operating System packages among two parts, Application Streams and BaseOS. In previous releases all packages were bundled together as software packages, However, In OL 8 we’ll see core Operating System components and user space packages as BaseOS and other range of applications as Application Streams. [[email protected] ~]# dnf update info Oracle Linux 8 Application Stream (x86_64) 2.6 kB/s | 2.9 kB 00:01 Oracle

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Configuring Oracle Linux 7.5 for Web Server Web Server could be of different types. By different types what I mean is, they could be setup to serve different type of environments based upon the programming languages used to develop a Website or Web Application like Java, php, .NET and many. Oracle Web-Logic or GlassFish(Open Source) server can be setup for Java EE based Website, Apache httpd or Lighttpd(Open Source) server can be setup to serve php based Website or Application,

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Generating RSA-SSH Public Key, OpenSSH & PuTTY Compatible Private Keys using PuTTYgen. In a consideration of security, most of the remote SSH connectivity are now transforming to Password-less RSA Authentication. Basically in this method, authentication is being done on the basis of Private / Public key. In which, Server will have a Public Key and a Client should have corresponding Private key for authentication in order to connect to the Server. In this demonstration we’ll see how to generate Public

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Setting Up VNC Server On Oracle Enterprise Linux 6.7 VNC stands for Virtual Network Computing, which allows us to access GUI of our server remotely. Though we DBA does our every task by connecting to our server via SSH-TTY tunnel. However in some cases we need to have GUI access of the server to perform certain tasks, which needs a Display. We’ll just need to have VNC Client Application to access it. So in this post we’ll see how to

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Installing Oracle Enterprise Linux 6.7 on Physical Standalone Server (Customized Storage Design). Being an Oracle DBA, we all must have had to install Linux in our machines to work with the Database. However most of the time we do install it in a Virtual Machine which would have been a completely different approach when coming to install it on Physical Server. And especially when it is for dedicated Database server. Here we’ll see how to install OEL on physical standalone

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