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Putting it all together – Podman WordPress hosting

Time to hang the mission accomplished banners! This site is 100% powered by Podman containers! It’s been a long, hard road but we made it! Around 2 months ago, way back at the end of May, I said that I was going to migrate this site, along with the others I host into containers using …

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Enable http/2

The http 2.0 protocol is designed for increased speed and performance. The protocol was published for release in 2015 and is supported by Apache 2.4 using the mod_http2 module. Note: You will need to have a valid ssl cert for all practical purposes to implement http/2. Many web browsers including Firefox will not use http/2 …

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Working with logical volumes (part 1)

Part one of working with logical volumes will cover the basic’s involved in creating logical volumes. TL;DR For those of you who just want the order of the commands. sudo pvcreate </path/to/device> sudo vgcreate <vgname> </path/to/device> sudo lvcreate -n <lvname> -L <size> <vgname> sudo mkfs.<filesystem> </path/to/lv> What you need to follow this guide A free …

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RPM package queries

This post is just a quick walk-through of some basic commands to help you find information about rpm packages. These commands will work for any rpm based distribution (Red Hat, Centos, Suse, Mageia) Debian based distributions like Ubuntu or Mint use dpkg instead of rpm and I’ll cover those in a different post. Query the …

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Working with Linux Files – Access Control Lists

In the last post, we looked at basic file permissions. The ideas covered in that post are probably enough to get you through a large portion of the real world scenario’s that you will encounter. There are some special cases, however. One of them being access control lists (ACL) which I will discuss in this post. …

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