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Getting Started with ELK

Setting Up ELK To Centralize & Visualize Logs Lets setup the below mentioned key components one by one: Logstash: The server component of Logstash that processes incoming logs Elasticsearch: Stores all of the logs Kibana: Web interface for searching and … Continue reading

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What is ELK ??

The ELK Stack ELK stands for Elasticsearch Logstash and Kibana which are technologies for creating visualizations from raw data. Elasticsearch Elasticsearch is a distributed, open source search and analytics engine, designed for horizontal scalability, reliability, and easy management. It combines … Continue reading

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Certificate Signing Request

Certificate Signing Request In public key infrastructure (PKI) systems, a certificate signing request (also CSR or certification request) is a message sent from an applicant to a certificate authority in order to apply for a digital identity certificate. The most … Continue reading

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Deploy and Manage Your Docker Containers with Cockpit

Project Atomic integrates the tools and patterns of container-based application and service deployment with trusted operating system platforms to deliver an end-to-end hosting architecture that’s modern, reliable, and secure. Cockpit A remote manager for GNU/Linux servers Cockpit is a server … Continue reading

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LXC Containers on Fedora 21

HOWTO: Configure a LXC Linux Container on Fedora 21 First time i had encounter linux container some where in 2011 on SUSE 11, when my collage all at the time discussing about Solaris Zone. So decide to dig out some … Continue reading

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How To Kill Defunct Or Zombie Process?

A “defunct” processes is also known as a “zombie” processes. A Zombie process is referred as dead process which is receding on your system though its completed executing. In one shot we can say its a dead processes which is … Continue reading

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Linux File System Recovery

Scenario: If our  file is about to reach 100% & we don’t have underlying LVM. Solution: Moving data form disk 1 to New Disk { disk2 } Please find below Step’s involve in this activity Step1: Add a new Hard … Continue reading

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