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Backupninja
Backupninja is a handy tool that allows for coordinated system backups; get details in this tutorial.

Automate MySQL Database Backups with Backupninja

Chance are, you have a database or two, running on one or more Linux systems, that has become crucial to your business or job. If you happen to be a Linux administrator, the likelihood of those databases being of the MySQL sort is pretty high. With such a priority placed on information, what are...
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Boot an OpenSSH Server in 10 Mins with LinuxKit

In this post we'll get hands-on and use Docker's LinuxKit to build, run and connect to a bootable Linux system image with OpenSSH. You will need Docker for Mac for this example, but LinuxKit can create images bootable on may types of system. LinuxKit is an exciting new project spun out of Docker's...
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Keymetrics Is a Node.js Monitoring Tool for Your Server Infrastructure

French startup Keymetrics just raised $2 million from Alven Capital and Runa Capital to build the best monitoring tool for your Node.js infrastructure. The startup’s founder and CEO Alexandre Strzelewicz also created the popular open source Node.js process manager PM2. How do you turn a popular...
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NTP
In this first of a three-part series, Chris Binnie looks at why NTP services are essential to a happy infrastructure.

Arrive On Time With NTP -- Part 1: Usage Overview

Few services on the Internet can claim to be so critical in nature as time. Subtle issues which affect the timekeeping of your systems can sometimes take a day or two to be realized, and they are almost always unwelcome because of the knock-on effects they cause. Consider as an example that your...
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How Stack Overflow Plans to Survive the Next DNS Attack

Let’s talk about DNS. After all, what could go wrong? It’s just cache invalidation and naming things. tl;dr This blog post is about how Stack Overflow and the rest of the Stack Exchange network approaches DNS: By bench-marking different DNS providers and how we chose between them By implementing...
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How to Use Fail2Ban to Blunt Brute-force Attacks

With Fail2Ban you can automatically help your firewall protect your server. WordFence, the WordPress security plugin company, tells me that unsophisticated brute-force attacks have doubled in the past three weeks. While WordFence can help keep your WordPress instances up and running, your server is...
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How to Use IPv6 on Apache?

Nowadays IPv6 is getting more and more common to be used on web servers. It’s better to implement IPv6 on servers in order to be accessible on IPv6 networks.  Here it is a really quick instruction how to get ready for IPv6 on your Apache web servers. I have installed a fresh CentOS and a fresh...
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Popular CentOS Linux Server Gets a Major Refresh

CentOS doesn't get many headlines. But it's still the server Linux of choice for many hosting companies, datacenters, and businesses with in-house Linux experts. That's because CentOS, which is controlled by Red Hat, is a Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) clone. As such, it reaps the benefits of RHEL...
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Dovecot email
Part 2 in this tutorial shows how to use Dovecot to move messages off your Postfix server and into your users' email inboxes.

Building an Email Server on Ubuntu Linux, Part 2

In part 1, we installed and tested the Postfix SMTP server. Postfix, or any SMTP server, isn't a complete mail server because all it does is move messages between SMTP servers. We need Dovecot to move messages off your Postfix server and into your users' email inboxes. Dovecot supports the two...
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The Perfect Server - Debian 8 (nginx, BIND, Dovecot, ISPConfig 3.1)

This tutorial shows how to prepare a Debian 8 (Jessie) server (with nginx, BIND, Dovecot) for the installation of ISPConfig 3, and how to install ISPConfig 3. ISPConfig 3 is a web hosting control panel that allows you to configure the following services through a web browser: Apache or nginx web...
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