When you run MySQL commands MySQL, mysqlcheck, mysqdump and psql, psqldump etc; they will pick username & password from this file if you do not provide them as argument (-u and -p). It can save you time.
Of course, if you specify username and password explicitly as part of the … Read more
fail2Ban is a very handy tool to prevent a lot of unwanted traffic from consuming bandwidth on your servers. It’s a minimal and relatively simple IDS Type Tool that comes with some predefined filters to automatically lockout potentially dangerous or bandwidth-consuming type attacks.
Logrotate is a system utility that manages the automatic rotation and compression of log files. If log files were not rotated, compressed, and periodically pruned, they could eventually consume all available disk space on a system.
Logrotate’s configuration information can generally be found in two places:
/etc/logrotate.conf: this file contains … Read more
Introduction MySQL is one of the most popular open-source relational database management systems used by developers worldwide. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced user, understanding how to install, configure, create users, and databases with permissions in MySQL is essential for effective database management. In this blog post, we’ll guide … Read more
PostgreSQL: The World’s Most Advanced Open Source Relational Database
PostgreSQL is arguably the most advance and powerful opensource enterprise class relational database system. It is the object relational database system and provides the most standard compliant system for the Database designers. It provides the complete support for reliable transactions that … Read more