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How to install and configure webdav on Apache(httpd).
Oct 19, 2015
Webbase upload and downoad program. WebDAV stands for "Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning". It is a set of extensions to the HTTP protocol which...
How to increase swap partition size using a file.
Jun 24, 2015
Linux server is running out of swap space so in that case we can extend the swap space using swap partition but due to unavailability...
Setting up a chat server using OPENFIRE
Jun 16, 2015
OPENFIRE is a widely used chat server, It is a real time collaboration (RTC) server licensed under the Open Source Apache License.The protocol works...
Introduction to GlusterFS (File System) [Master-Slave] Backup Server and Installation on RHEL/CentOS and Fedora
May 14, 2015
We are living in a world where data is growing in an unpredictable way and it our need to store this data, whether it...
Creating Logical Volume Manager (LVM) in Linux
May 11, 2015
Volume management creates a layer of abstraction over physical storage, allowing you to create logical storage volumes. This provides much greater flexibility in a...
LVM:Logical volume manager
May 11, 2015
Introduction: Volume management creates a layer of abstraction over physical storage, allowing you to create logical storage volumes. This provides much greater flexibility in a...
Create Roaming User profile in Samba 4
May 4, 2015
Roaming profiles are user profiles which stores on server, that allows users with a computer joined to a Server (DC) to log on to any...
How to Setup NFS (Network File System) on RHEL/CentOS
Apr 30, 2015
NFS (Network File System) is basically developed for sharing of files and folders between Linux/Unix systems by Sun Microsystems in 1980. It allows you...
Create Centralized Storage using iSCSI Target on RHEL/CentOS
Apr 25, 2015
what is iscsi ????? In computing, iSCSI (Listeni/a ɪˈ sk ʌ zi/ eye-SKUZ-ee), is an acronym for Internet Small Computer System Interface, an Internet Protocol...
How To Install and Use Logwatch & Log Analyzer script on CentOS .
Apr 24, 2015
Applications create what are called "log files" to keep track of activities taking place at any given time. These files, which are far from...
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