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NFS Data ISO and Export Storage Domain to oVirt RHEV

This article will guide you on steps to add Export Storage #Domain & #NFS #Data to an oVirt/RHEV environment. NFS is the most common protocol for sharing #files between #Unix #systems over a #network. NFS servers export directories from their local hard disks to NFS clients, which mount them so that they can be accessed like any other #directory.

To modify etc #exports:

1. Open the /etc/exports file in a text editor on an NFS client that has root access to the storage system.

2. Make your changes.

3. Save the file.

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Restart Node js Apps Automatically with Nodemon

This article will guide you on how to restart node.js apps automatically with #nodemon.  If it's just running (not a #daemon) then just use Ctrl-C . Where PID is replaced by the number in the output of ps . nodemon will watch the files in the directory that nodemon was started, and if they change, it will automatically restart your node application.

To start Nodemon with #NPM:

1. #Install nodemon. Since nodemon is a command line tool, it has to be installed as a global node package. 

2. #Boot up the Node server. First, make sure that #MongoDB is already running in the background. 

3. Add nodemon to package.json as an #NPM script. 

4. Start the Node server via NPM.

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Setting up client access over private IP address to MySQL on Compute Engine

This article will guide you on setting up client access over private IP address to #MySQL on #Compute #Engine helps advanced usage of parameters and specific performance needs.

To allow IP to connect to MySQL:

1. Edit MySQL Config File. 1.1 Access mysqld.cnf File. 

2. Set up Firewall to Allow Remote MySQL Connection. While editing the configuration file, you probably observed that the default MySQL port is 3306. 

3. Connect to Remote MySQL #Server. Your remote server is now ready to accept connections.

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How to modify MSSQL Database Autogrowth Configuration

This article will guide you on how #MSSQL Database Autogrowth Configuration works. Therefore do not rely on the default #SQL Server Data and Log file Autogrowth value and must always set it to more realistic values depending upon the usage of the database.

To see data file growth in SQL #Server:

1. Connect to a SQL instance and right-click on a database for which we want to get details of Auto Growth and Shrink Events. 

2. It opens the disk usage report of the specified #database. 

3. In this #disk usage report, we get the details of the data file and log file space usage.

To Change default database location via SQL Server Management Studio:

i. Right Click on Server and Select "Properties".

ii. In the "Server Properties" dialog box, navigate to "Database Settings" tab and data/log files location under "Database default locations" group. 

iii. Click on "OK" to apply changes.

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Redis as a Cache for MySQL with PHP on Ubuntu

This article will guide you on steps to use #Redis to cache #MySQL data with #PHP on #Ubuntu 20.04.  Redis, which stands for Remote Dictionary Server, is a fast, open-source, in-memory key-value data store for use as a database, cache, message broker, and queue. 

To Connect to Redis through the SQL Gateway:

1. In MySQL Workbench, click to add a new MySQL connection.

2. Name the connection (CData SQL Gateway for Redis).

3. Set the Hostname, Port, and Username parameters to connect to the #SQL Gateway.

4. Click Store in Vault to set and store the password.

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IPSEC protocol for load balancing

This article will guide you on steps to perform load balancing with #IPSEC protocol. The load balance of IPSEC #protocol allows us to fully access the available bandwidth between IPSEC #VPN sites.

VPN load balancing is a mechanism that is used in order to equitably distribute network traffic among the devices in a virtual cluster.

To configure IPSec.

1. Select. #Network. IPSec Tunnels.

2. Select the. Proxy IDs. tab.

3. Select the. IPv4. 

4. Click. Add. and enter the IP.

5. Enter the. Local. IP address or subnet for the VPN #gateway.

6. Enter the. Remote. address for the VPN gateway.

7. Select the. Protocol. from the drop-down.

8. Click. OK. 

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