The idea behind MultiAll Abstract: The problem of managing multiple servers that do basically similar stuff and are used to host in house applications. Avoiding configuration time hogs, and automation of server configuration allowing fast deployments with no scaling limit. The problem: The problem with MultiAll is the fact of having all the servers on
Optimizing PfSense for home use, and to optimize bandwidth used. Edit /boot/loader.conf.local Change kern.ipc.nmbclusters=”0″ to kern.ipc.nmbclusters=”32768″ Reboot the pfSense router Some people have also seen a better performance by using the ufs cache filesystem setting. When using ufs filesystem you could possibly increase vfs.read_max=32 to vfs.read_max=128 in System -> Advanced -> Sytem Tunables.
Disk usage: working with du command in linux. Sometimes we need to work with disk usage in Linux terminals and work with files, such as finding the most critical files in the system for rogue backups or files or simply contraband. Lets go with: Find folder size in human readable [Gigs, Megs, Bytes…] On the
Making 3D work with OpenSuse and my Intel integrated graphics. If you activate 3D acceleration yet you get a message stating that your guest does not support it… you can try this out: Add pacman to your repos! That you can actually find here: [Complete List](link is external) I won’t go into how to add them
Configuring Munin on a Debian 7 system for monitoring of server. Following this, we’ll install all we need to make munin service run and be optimized to what we need to monitor. Lets install munin: Let’s enable some default plugins: Now let’s start editing the server configuration: More or less you should see something like
SSHFS-MUX TakeLAN Now testing on its servers this package with some patches to meet our own “Cloud” requirements. Background to what is SSHFS-MUX: SSHFS-MUX is an extension of SSHFS (SSH Filesystem)(link is external), it can mount many remote hosts to a local mount point at the same time over SSH channels. Although the functionality of SSHFS-MUX
Temperature monitoring script. -Find out what it mainly does.- Overview: After having a high temperature in one of our servers and not being able to notice it as a ‘heat wave’ came in… I thought about adding to our monitoring stack a simple script to monitor the temperature and notify us in case something goes wrong.
NGINX – APACHE 2 At Takelan, I’ve been looking into having support servers in front of every apache & MySQL installation to avoid clogging the servers with rendering pages. So we thought about how we can take some load out of the servers. We’ve been looking into Cloudflare, but we like being able to manage
Okay, at times SpamAssassin can be a bit hard to correctly make it work on some environments if you’re not using a commercial product like CPanel Okay, let’s go over the basics, we need to make sure plugins are installed correctly and its dependencies ofc. Lets do some installing of Pearl and Spam Assassin. Once this
Okay, at times, UserAgents can hit annoyingly apache, so what a better way to stop them from transferring the whole site for a pointless reason So yeah, what I’ve done is .htaccess and block them, in my case CURL and Pingdom… why?… Okay, CURL can be used to do automated actions on your website through