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Acronis Backup Cloud on On-Premise Server

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Published on : September 5, 2019 by

Acronis Backup Cloud on On-Premise Server

Acronis Backup Cloud provides us with a unified Cloud Console and has a multi-tenant and multi-tier web console for managing server. Acronis offers backup storage on their own cloud(Acronis Cloud), third party cloud(AWS, GPC, Azure) or on-premise servers. Here we are setting up Acronis Backup cloud on On-premise server to keep backups of cPanel servers.  […]

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Ping Multiple Hosts At Once

Published on : August 26, 2019 by

Ping Multiple Hosts At Once

fping is a command-line tool to send ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol) echo request to network hosts, like ping. However, much higher performing when pinging multiple hosts. fping completely differs from ping therein you’ll be able to define any number of hosts on the command line or specify a file with the list of IP […]

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Mount Bitlocker – Encrypted Windows Partitions On Linux

Published on : August 16, 2019 by

Mount Bitlocker – Encrypted Windows Partitions On Linux

The logical volume encryption system included with Microsoft Windows is called BitLocker. In cases of dual-booting Windows 10 and a Linux distribution, accessing a BitLocker-encrypted Windows volume from Linux may be required. Here, we cover how to decrypt and mount the BitLocker partition from the Linux command line, as well as how to add it […]

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How is a Linux Container different from a Virtual Machine?

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Published on : July 30, 2019 by

How is a Linux Container different from a Virtual Machine?

Consider a scenario in which you are a developer and you are developing an application on your local machine and you are working on an environment with a specific configuration. Meanwhile, the production server on which the application is to be deployed is running on an environment with a different configuration. This creates a conflict […]

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To check which all ports are listening (Introducing Four Linux Commands)

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Published on : July 8, 2019 by

To check which all ports are listening (Introducing Four Linux Commands)

A port is an addressable network location implemented in an operating system to help differentiate traffic destined for different services or Applications. The state of a port is either open, filtered, closed, or unfiltered. A port is said to be open if an application on the target machine is listening for connections/packets on that port. […]

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