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How to enable Kdump on RHEL 7 and CentOS 7

Kdump is a kernel feature which is used to capture crash dumps when the system or kernel crash. For enabling kdump we have to reserve some portion of physical RAM which will be used...

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Two Node Apache Web Server Cluster with Pacemaker on CentOS 7

Pacemaker is a High Availability cluster Software for Linux like Operating System.Pacemaker is known as ‘Cluster Resource Manager‘, It provides maximum availability of the cluster resources by doing fail over of resources between the...

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Automount NFS share in Linux using autofs

Autofs is a service in Linux like operating system which automatically mounts the file system and remote shares when it is accessed. Main advantage of autofs is that you don’t need to mount file...

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How to Install ownCloud on CentOS 7

ownCloud is an open source software which allows us to set up our private ‘file-hosting’ cloud or we can say ‘cloud storage’ over the network. Data hosted in ownCloud can be access at any...

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Install and Configure ProFTPD (FTP Server) on Fedora 23

ProFTPD is an Open Source FTP server in Unix like operating System. ProFTPD stands for “Professional File Transfer Protocol (FTP) daemon” and comes under GPL License. Configuration file of ProFTPD is similar as of...

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How to Install Drupal 8 On CentOS 7

Drupal is an Open Source Content Management Software which allows us to build & create web sites without doing any coding. Drupal’s code is written in PHP and comes under GNU GPL (General Public...

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How to Install Single Node OpenStack on CentOS 7

OpenStack is a Cloud Software that manage large pool of compute (hypervisors), storage ( block & swift ) and network resources of a data center. It provides a Dashboard where admins can create and...

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