Friday, February 24, 2017
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Resource Reference Cloud Server

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All about Resource Reference for Cloud Server, such as: Openstack, CEPH, VMWare….

Introducing VMWare vSphere 6.5

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VMware announces vSphere 6.5, the latest version of its industry-leading virtualization platform.  This new release of vSphere features a dramatically simplified experience, comprehensive built-in security, and a universal app platform for running any app.

Building ownCloud on CentOS 7

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ownCloud is an open source, self-hosted file sync and share app platform. Access & sync your files, contacts, calendars & bookmarks across your devices.

How to install Gdrive in CentOS

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While Google Drive is no doubt one of the most popular (if not the most popular) cloud storage services available today, what’s really sad is that there is no official Drive client available for Linux. But that doesn’t mean there are no alternatives – in fact the awesome Linux/open-source community has developed several unofficial Google Drive clients.

Expanding our coverage on such clients, in this article we will discuss another tool, dubbed Gdrive. Please note that all the instructions and commands mentioned in this write-up have been tested on Ubuntu & Centos.

Install Dropbox On CentOS (No GUI required)

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How to Install Dropbox (An Ultimate Cloud Storage)

In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to install the Dropbox client, and configure it to run as a headless service, on a CentOS  server. This will allow your server to connect to Dropbox so that you can keep a copy of your Dropbox files synchronized on your server.

What to Monitor in a Ceph Cluster

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Once you have a running Ceph cluster, it must be kept running bymonitoring and troubleshooting issues, and profiling its CPU and memory usage. In this article I’ll describe some useful standard operating system tools and Ceph’s built-in functions that can be used to diagnose issues and handle common errors.

How to replace a failed disk on ceph node

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Do you have a ceph cluster , great , you are awesome ; so very soon you would face this .
  • Check your cluster health

Ceph: recover OSDs after SSD journal failure

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A common recommendation is to store OSD journal on a SSD drive which implies loosing your OSD if this journal fails. This article assumes that your OSDs have been originally deployed with ceph-disk. You will also realise that it’s really simple to bring your OSDs back to life after replacing your faulty SSD with a new one.

ESXi Embedded Host Client

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New free tool (fling) from VMware labs now allows to manage ESXi host via web client without the need of vCenter server. ESXi Free Web client interface (HTML 5 based) allows to manage a host without the need of the legacy C++ Windows client. The utility is bundled as a vib and can be installed on ESXi host via SSH (via Putty for example) without the need to reboot the host.

Update: The ESXi Host Client is part of ESXi 6.0 Update 2 now !!! No need to do any installation. It’s embedded into the Installation ISO.

vSphere Client Linux / Multi Platform / vSphere Host Client Web Based CentOS, Redhat, Fedora, Ubuntu

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This article will discuss about the vSphere Client for Linux, vSphere Client is actually made for Mac OS X system ever made by VMWare, but I make a few changes so that the vSphere Client can be in the “Porting” for Linux systems.

vSphere Client uses Web Based so that we not only can use it as Desktop App course, but can we make it so that the vSphere Client can be accessed from anywhere as long as there certainly Browser.