AWS LightSail Automatic Snapshots

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Published on : November 27, 2019 by

AWS LightSail Automatic Snapshots

Preface AWS LightSail provides cheap VPS hosting compared to EC2, with a simple management interface. LightSail allows us to create entire disk snapshots for reliability and portability. If you have a number of LightSail VPSs, managing the snapshots is a kinda headache for sure. So, we have written a shell script with the help of […]

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LightSail VPS: Enable Filesystem Quota

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Published on : September 10, 2019 by

LightSail VPS: Enable Filesystem Quota

AWS LightSail VPS are provided with XFS filesystem. But, we cannot enable the quota simply by the mount options in /etc/fstab, but this support needs to be enabled at the kernel level on the boot itself. Enabling Quota Step 1: Modifying the GRUB configuration Modern Operating System uses GRUBv2. We need to modify the grub2.cfg. […]

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Configure SSL on Tomcat 6/7/8/9

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Published on : February 15, 2018 by

Configure SSL on Tomcat 6/7/8/9

This guide helps you to easily configure SSL on Tomcat version 6, 7, 8 or 9. Requirements 1. Certificate file issued by an authority in the PEM format. Example given below: —–BEGIN CERTIFICATE—– <base64 encoded domain cert> —–END CERTIFICATE—–   2. Matching Private Key generated by us in the PEM format during the process of […]

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OnApp: VM created using a User Template not booting

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OnApp: VM created using a User Template not booting

In OnApp Cloud platform, we can create custom template (Image) of any running reference VM, which can be used to create VMs with similar configuration. The Error: Sometimes, when we create a VM using a user template, it may not boot. If we get into console, the booting process will be stuck at GRUB with […]

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Script to Block WHM Root Access from Unknown IPs

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Published on : July 25, 2016 by

Script to Block WHM Root Access from Unknown IPs

In a Shared Hosting cPanel server, the WHM root access is required for authorized technicians and API calls (like WHMCS) only. In majority cases, the shell access or root level access is restricted only to the web hosting support or server management professionals. Being a popular web hosting control panel, cPanel is exposed to various […]

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