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  • Back Up Xen Image
    Back Up Xen Image Discussion This article assumes you have the volumes for your xen images stored in LVM partitions. It also assumes you have sufficient disk ...
  • Back up all MySQL and PostgreSQL databases
    Back up all MySQL and PostgreSQL databases== Single line command == Following simply takes the output of mysqlshow, parses it, then passes it to mysqldump. Files ...
  • Build a Bridging Firewall
    Build a Bridging Firewall NOTE: This is a work in progress as I build my first bridging router. Today is 3 Oct 2010. I have to ...
  • Building a server for Maintainability and Disaster Recovery
    Building a server for Maintainability and Disaster RecoveryI like to build my servers a little differently than "the standard" found in most Linux Technical discussions. ...
  • Block IP from server using IPTables
    If you want to block a specific IP address from a server (say, they are attacking you): iptables -I INPUT -s address -j DROP   To block an ...
  • Building iSCSI target - old
    Much of this was taken from http://www.markround.com/archives/archives/archives/archives/archives/archives/44-Building-a-redundant-iSCSI-and-NFS-cluster-with-Debian-Part-1.html. It was written in 2009, so some of the things have changed. I am not building a redundant ...
  • Building iSCSI target device
    Overview Building an iSCSI target is a pain. It took me quite a while to figure it out, but I wanted total control over it. I ...
  • Basics of iSCSI
    Ok, as promised, I'm turning iSCSI Notes into an article. This will reference a couple of extra articles within this FAQ as I did not ...
  • Boot Linux from USB Thumbdrive
    Problem: You want to use a USB drive to boot your Xen system, but USB drives do not have long lifespans (around a million writes). In ...
  • Blocking logmein, etc from inside a network using IPFire
    These remote control systems use port 80 (or 443) for most of their connections, so it is difficult to block their use inside a network. ...