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Auto shrink feature in SQL server

This article will guide you on how to enable and disable AutoShrink #database property. Basically, it is not recommended to enable the AutoShrink database property as it can cause many issues in the #SQL Server.
Auto Shrink is database property that allow SQL Server to automatically shrink database files if its value set to ON/True. Shrinking a database is not a good practice because it is very expensive operation in terms of I/O, CPU usage, locking and #transaction log generation.
Users can enable and disable database auto shrink option using SSMS and T-SQL both ways.
To turn on auto shrink in SQL Server:
1. Activating the database auto shrink by using #SSMS:
2. Enable database auto shrink using T-SQL:
3. Database >> #Reports >> Standard Reports >> Disk Usage.
4. Check free space for the database files:
5. Shrink database file:

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Install WebsitePanel on Windows

This article will guide you on steps to #install #WebsitePanel on #Windows. Also, we saw how to fix some common errors of WebsitePanel.
WebsitePanel began as #DotNetPanel, which its creators made only for the Windows web technology platform as a Windows #hosting panel. The initial DotNetPanel developers contributed a great deal to WebsitePanel. And now #Microsoft has added to their legacy by investing in WebsitePanel’s future.
WebsitePanel is a Multi-Tenant, Enterprise Hosting Automation Tool with support for Private #Cloud Servers. It enables you to centralize the management of your hosting infrastructure and share resources across multiple customer accounts.
1. Save time and money spent on system management.
2. Simplify deployment processes.
3. Administer everything from a single interface.

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Manage Docker Volumes using Docker Compose

This article will guide you on steps to use #Docker #Compose for manging Docker #Volumes.
When you execute a docker-compose command, the volumes #directive in docker-compose. yml file mounts source directories or volumes from your computer at target paths inside the container. If a matching target path exists already as part of the container image, it will be overwritten by the mounted path.
A #Dockerfile is a text document that contains all the commands a user could call on the command line to assemble an image. Using docker build users can create an automated build that executes several command-line instructions in succession. This page describes the commands you can use in a Dockerfile .
List of Docker #Commands:
i. docker run – Runs a command in a new #container.
ii. docker start – Starts one or more stopped containers.
iii. docker stop – Stops one or more running containers.
iv. docker build – Builds an image form a Docker file.
v. docker pull – Pulls an #image or a repository from a registry.

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Rsync from Linux to Windows share

This article will guide you on how to use #Rsync to transfer #files from #Linux to #Windows share.

cwRsync is an implementation of rsync for Windows. rsync uses a file transfer technology specified by the rsync algorithm, transferring only changed chunks of files over the network. #cwRsync can be used for remote file backup and synchronization from/to Windows systems.

Syntax of rsync #command:

1. -v, –verbose Verbose output.

2. -q, –quiet suppress message output.

3. -a, –archive archive files and directory while synchronizing ( -a equal to following options -rlptgoD).

4. -r, –recursive sync files and directories recursively.

5. -b, –backup take the backup during synchronization.

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Azure PowerShell context objects How to manage them

This article will guide you on how to manage #Azure #PowerShell #context #objects. Azure PowerShell context objects are to hold subscription and authentication information. 

Azure PowerShell is basically an extension of #Windows PowerShell. It lets Windows PowerShell users control Azure's robust functionality. From the command line, Azure PowerShell programmers use preset scripts called cmdlets to perform complex tasks like provisioning virtual #machines (#VMs) or creating #cloud services.

To select Azure subscription in PowerShell:

1. Enter Login-AzAccount and hit enter, then provide your user id and password.

2. Get-AzureSubscription (this will give you the list of subscription).

3. Select-AzureRmSubscription -SubscriptionId xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxxx-xxxx (this way you can set which particular subscription you want to use).

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HTTP Flood DDOS Attack How to Mitigate the attack

This article will guide you on how to recover from DDoS attacks. Basically, protecting the web server against #DDoS #attacks is important. You can apply these measures to mitigate the error from causing troubles.

DNS #flood is a type of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack in which the attacker targets one or more Domain Name System (#DNS) servers belonging to a given zone, attempting to hamper resolution of resource records of that zone and its sub-zones.

To prevent DDoS attacks:

1. Buy more bandwidth. 

2. Build redundancy into your infrastructure. 

3. Configure your network hardware against DDoS attacks. 

4. Deploy anti-DDoS hardware and #software #modules. 

5. Deploy a DDoS protection appliance. 

6. Protect your DNS servers.

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