Post tagged: backups
I made the switch to void linux. Except for compatibility
glibc, it works quite well. Most compatibility
I have worked around with a combination of
The high lights of void linux:
- musl build - which is very lightweigth
- Does not depend on
Server patching is one of the important task of Linux system administrator to make the system more stable and better performance. All the vendors used to release security/vulnerabilities patches very often, the affected package must be updated in order to limit any potential security risks.
- muninlite (can it support plugins?)
- flock, pwgen, ifstat
- diags&tools: usbutils, netstat-nat
- sniffer: tcpdump[-mini] 317K/617K, libpcap 191K
- DNSMASQ: DHCP + DNS
- NTP server
- Dynamic DNS updating (mushu porker)
- IPv6 tunnel
- Provisioning server: (PXE, TFTP, NFS …
So I finally moved my WordPress web sites to OpenShift.
OpenShift is a cloud based Platform-as-a-Service offering from RedHat. And while there is a learning curve I would say that so far it works great.
My implementation is a fully cloud based solution. Makes use of the following services:
- GitHub …
- GWT and GWT on Mobile and Java servlets
- Generate Excel http://www.gwtproject.org/overview.html http://www.m-gwt.com/
- Game Api libgdx
- Other Game lib JMonkeyEngine
- RoboVM forks:
- D status
- Cross-Platform: Linux, Windows, Android, iOS, WebApp?
- Run-Time: >100MB …
Replacment for Make and Autoconf: MakeMe
(If you don't have root but have Android 4+ you can use the command-line program adb from the Android SDK platform tools to make backups via a desktop computer)
- D : better than C, but not over-the-top like C …
This is my working notes on doing off-site backups to the cloud. Still trying to figure out where to keep Offsite backups.
These are the candidates:
|AltDrive||30 day||USD 45||Unlimited, Linux binary|
|iDrive||5GB||USD 6||Starts at 1TB, Linux binary, API …|
As usual with any IT system backups are important. This does not change when using a free shared hosting provider. Because it is free, one would argue it is even more important.
For my wordpress web site I used something called cli-exporter. It let's you create "Wordpress" export files from …
Kerberos is a network authentication protocol which works on the basis of "tickets" to allow nodes communicating over a non-secure network to prove their identity to one another in a secure manner. (Source Kerberos_(protocol) )
kdb5_util dump _dump_file_
Restore from dump file:
kdb5_util load _dump_file_