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Configure Apache SVN on CentOS

Apache Subversion also know as SVN is an versioning and revision control system. It’s an free software comes under Apache License. It’s works as an module under popular web server Apache HTTP. Let’s Configure Apache SVN on CentOS You need…

create systemd service for tomcat

In my previous article we have created a init service file for tomcat, that’s was pretty easy and also work with newer SystemD. But let’s move forward and create SystemD service for tomcat with less lines and managed way. We…

Linux audit for file changes

As a system admin, i need to know which user deleted the files, or copied it or moved and the answer is Linux audit tool. It’s built in Linux kernel. Linux audit tool have capability log and track file, directory,…

Malware scanning with maldet examples

Maldet is a widely used malware detection program for Linux based OS and servers. I already wrote a article for commonly used malware detection program but in this article we will check in depth knowledge of maldet program and Malware…

Remove old kernels from CentOS

Your are booting your system and found out that there are too many kernel and options are available for booting. Sometime just your /boot partition is just filled up with old kernels. You need to  remove old kernels Here in…

Install and configure memcached on CentOS7

What is Memcached ? Memcached is an open source distributed object caching program. Which is widely used for dynamic web applications to store objects in memory. It can store the database tables, outputs, queries and code result-sets to import the…

Create init script for tomcat

If you are installing Tomcat from archive, probably you have to start and stop the service through tomcat bin directory. It’s works fine, but for day to day use it’s convenient to use init script for tomcat. This way you…

Configure Nginx as reverse proxy

Nginx is an high performance HTTP server which is widely used as a Gateway for HTTP and Tomcat applications. We can run Nginx as a public facing HTTP server and run other applications behind the Nginx instances. It will also…

Snapshot backup under linux with rsnapshot

I have used made many backup scripts which archive the data in intervals and download that data in different system or NFS shares. But if you have a large data and you are taking full backup everyday, storage really become…

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