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How to setup an NFS mount on CentOS 6

About NFS (Network File System) Mounts NFS mounts allow sharing a directory between several servers. This has the advantage of saving disk space, as the directory is only kept on one server, and o...

Email Report Virtual Machines with Snapshots

I have recently had an issue with people leaving snapshots on VM’s for too long causing large snapshots and poor performance on Virtual Machines. I decided that I needed a way of reporting on whic...

CentOS Server Hardening Tips

This article provides various hardening tips for your Linux server. 1. Minimise Packages to Minimise Vulnerability Do you really want all sorts of services installed?. It’s recommended to avoid ...

Teamspeak 3 with MySQL on CentOS 6.x (before 3.0.11.1)

As of Version 3.0.11.1 this tutorial is no longer applicable. I will soon re-write this to accommodate the latest version. By default Teamspeak 3 uses a SQLite database, most people tend to us...

Migrate TeamSpeak 3 from SQLite to MySQL

One of the things I wanted to do was migrate my teamspeak server from SQLite to MySQL so I created the below which makes the migration easy. Stop the TeamSpeak Server 2.Run the following co...

Cisco ASDM Java Runtime Device Conenction

I have recently had a lot of issues with Cisco ASDM on new installs of Windows 7 and upwards. After lots of research and a bit of digging I have found a way to resolve this issue. Instal...

Setup rSnapshot backups on CentOS

In this article I will be talking you through how to use rSnapshot and rSync to backup your server with an email alert when the backup has been completed and what has been backed up. You must ...

CentOS Use Public/Private Keys for Authentication

The following Tutorial walks you through how to setup authentication using a key pair to negotiate the connection, stopping the requirement for passwords. 1.First, create a public/private key pai...

How to view which Virtual Machines have Snapshots in VMware

This is a question that I have been asked quite a lot recently. I have found multiple ways to do this but 2 are ones that I have used and find the most suitable. Using vSphere Client ...

Use Google Authenticator for SSH

I have recently setup two factor authentication on my server using Google Authenticator, I thought it would be a good idea to share with you guys the way I achieved this and some issues I bumped in...