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How to Install Apache ActiveMQ on CentOS 7

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How to Install Apache ActiveMQ on CentOS 7
Apache ActiveMQ is a free and open source message broker and integration pattern server. It supports many cross language clients and protocols from JAVA, C++, C, Python, Perl, PHP etc. It provides many features such as Message Groups, Virtual Destinations, Wildcards and Composite Destinations etc. It can be easily integrated to spring applications. In this tutorial, we will install Apache ActiveMQ on CentOS 7 server.

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Linux du Command Tutorial for Beginners (10 Examples)

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Linux du Command Tutorial for Beginners (10 Examples)
Sometimes, while working on the Linux command line, you might want to quickly know disk usage for a set of files or for a complete directory. There’s a specific command line tool that lets you do this, dubbed du. In this tutorial, we will discuss the basics of this tool as well as the features it provides using easy to understand examples.

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How to Install Jenkins Automation Server with Nginx on CentOS 7

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How to Install Jenkins Automation Server with Nginx on CentOS 7
Jenkins is a free and open source continuous integration server. It can be used to automate various tasks related to software development such as building testing and deploying. In this tutorial, we will install Jenkins Automation Server on CentOS 7 server. We will also setup Nginx as a reverse proxy for Jenkins.

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How to Install Mahara ePortfolio System on CentOS 7

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How to Install Mahara ePortfolio System on CentOS 7
Mahara is an open source e-portfolio system. It can also be used as a social networking platform. Mahara is written in PHP and uses either PostgreSQL or MySQL database server to store its data. You can use Mahara to create your personalized multimedia portfolio and to collaborate with others. In this tutorial, we will install Mahara on CentOS 7 server.

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Linux echo Command Tutorial for Beginners (5 Examples)

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Linux echo Command Tutorial for Beginners (5 Examples)
In this tutorial, we will discuss basics of echo as well as the command line options it provides. Suppose you want to append a hard-coded line of text to a file through the command in Linux, what would you do? An obvious approach would be to open the file in an editor, and then enter the line manually. But think of a case where-in this task needs to be automated. What’s your option in that case?

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How to Monitor Log Files with Graylog2 on Debian 9

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How to Monitor Log Files with Graylog2 on Debian 9
Graylog is a free and open source log management tool based on Java, Elasticsearch and MongoDB that can be used to collect, index and analyze any server log from centralized location. You can easily monitor the SSH logins and unusual activity for debugging applications and logs using Graylog.

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How to Monitor Nginx using Netdata on Ubuntu 16.04

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How to Monitor Nginx using Netdata on Ubuntu 16.04
Netdata is an open source monitoring tool for Linux servers. In this tutorial, I will show you how to monitor Nginx using Netdata. The tutorial will cover the Nginx web server installation, enable the ‘stub_status’ module in Nginx and the Netdata installation on Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus.

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How to Set-Up Master-Slave Replication for PostgreSQL 9.6 on Ubuntu 16.04

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How to Set-Up Master-Slave Replication for PostgreSQL 9.6 on Ubuntu 16.04
In this tutorial, we will show you how to install and configure PostgreSQL 9.6 Master-Slave Replication on Ubuntu 16.04 server. We will use Hot standby mode, and it’s a very good starting point to learn PostgreSQL in depth.

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Linux dirname command explained for beginners (4 examples)

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Linux dirname command explained for beginners (4 examples)
Are you a new Linux user? Does your work involve shell scripting? If your answer to both these questions is yes, the tool we’ll be discussing here will likely interest you. The name of the tool is dirname, and it’s mostly used in situations where-in you need to strip the last component from an absolute file-name.

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