Category: General

Upstart, RCs Scripts, and Services

If you haven’t installed a new version of Linux lately, you might be in for a shock. There is no /etc/inittab configuration file in Ubuntu releases. Upstart, the replacement for the System V init program, is designed to meet the demands of the latest plug-and-play hotplug environments. During the boot process, Upstart is especially helpful […]

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Configure DHCP

A DHCP server automates the network configuration process for clients. In detail, DHCP allows a Linux computer to serve dynamic IP addresses. It supports the configuration of a range of IP addresses and allows you to reserve a specific IP address, based on the hardware address associated with a client’s network card. It can assign […]

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RAID Levels

RAID is an acronym first defined by David A. Patterson, Garth A. Gibson, and Randy Katz at the University of California, Berkeley in 1987 to describe a redundant array of inexpensive disks,[1] a technology that allowed computer users to achieve high levels of storage reliability from low-cost and less reliable PC-class disk-drive components, via the […]

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VMware virtualization

Virtualizing a single physical computer is just the beginning. VMware offers a robust virtualization platform that can scale across hundreds of interconnected physical computers and storage devices to form an entire virtual infrastructure. Ofcourse there are various virtualization technologies, we’ve just comparing Vmware with a few others in this article from our experience running 50+ […]

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