Running a cluster takes care of replication of data between several nodes. This example is running a three node cluster. Start by installing a base container with Debian 10 buster. Don’t forget to set fixed ip-addresses on your containers, i use dnsmasq to assign static leases based on hostname. Install MariaDB Configure the /etc/hosts file… Continue reading MariaDB Galera Cluster
A successful master slave setup requires an effective way for nodes to communicate
Secure incremental backups over the network
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Signing your zones might sound complicated, here are 5 steps to get going on Alpine Linux 3.12 with Bind 9.14. 1) Create the bind config Make sure to fulfil the necessary dependencies! The command for alpine is “apk add bind bind-dnssec-tools” # vi /etc/bind/named.conf /etc/bind/named.conf 2) Create your zonefile cd /etc/bind/zones vi bekla.ga /etc/bind/zones/bekla.ga 3)… Continue reading dnssec, Bind9 on Alpine
It’s not, it can actually be accomplished by using subuid (subordinate user id’s) & subgid (subordinate group id’s) built into the linux kernel.
Thats right, i saw the new lxc-top command that is available in 3.0 and i was kind of impressed. Since i’m running version 2 and wanted something similar, i decided to go with a simple bash script, the data is collected via proc and the values are converted with some help from BC (arbitrary precision… Continue reading lxc-top not found
Can be run from cron every night to make sure you keep those pesky hackers out.
Are you still using virtual machines like a sucker? here’s the complete guide to the future, it’s called containerization. I’ve been using chroot for years, not only for webpages with the php-fpm, but also for services like Postfix, Dovecot and Bind.
This script is a part of the Asbra Firewall Project which is a set of utilities for managing a Linux Netfilter Firewall.