Tag: Linux

Deploying a Private Cloud at Home — Part 2

Today’s blog post is part two of seven in a series dedicated to Deploying Private Cloud at Home, where I will demonstrate how to do basic configuration setup to get started with OpenStack. In my first blog post, I explained why I…

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Deploying a Private Cloud at Home — Part 1

Today’s blog post is part one of seven in a series dedicated to Deploying a Private Cloud at Home. In my day-to-day activities, I come across various scenarios where I’m required to do sandbox testing before proceeding further on the…

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Auditing Files in Linux

Stat command in Linux can be used to display a file or a file system status. I came across an issue in RHEL4 where a file’s ‘Change time’ is far ahead than the ‘Modification time’ without a change in uid,…

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Comparing CPU Throughput of Azure and AWS EC2

After observing CPU core sharing with Amazon Web Services EC2, I thought it would be interesting to see if Microsoft Azure platform exhibits the same behavior. Signing up for Azure’s 30-day trial gives $200 in credit to use over the…

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A Simple Way to Monitor Java in Linux

A quick and easy way to know what is it inside Java process that is using your CPU. Using just Linux command line tools and JDK supplied command line utilities.

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OCFS2 for Shared Appl_Top in Oracle E-Business Suite

Shared appltop setup in Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) is very common nowadays, for obvious reasons. It cuts down the patching downtime enormously on large multi middle tier environments, as we just have apply the patches on only one node instead…

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