Building your Atlassian APP server.

We’ll assume that your server is ready to have the software deployed on it.  yum y install wget epel-release cd /tmp | wget  Afer the file has been downloaded, well need to make sure we can execute the file too.  chmod +x atlassian-confluence-6.14.1-x64.bin ll This next part is critical so do not skip it. You need […]

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Synology Authentication Logs

If you’re like me, you need to constantly review access logs for audits. Synology’s devices are great for many things, one of them being that you can review logs via command line. Fair warning, accessing your Synology device or modifying it via CLI can void your warranty. After you have logged into the device, you […]

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Synology NAS not syncing?

  In some cases, my Synology device will stop syncing with my AD server or my Domain. If this happens, its most likely because the server has fall out of sync or its just being moody. Either way, here is a quick fix that has never let me down. Verifying NTP is synchronized On occasion, […]

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Installing Java on RHEL/CentOS

Installing java is essential for some services to run. Programs like confluence and elasticsearch require it to run. OpenJDK, which is the opensource version of Java and one of many Java Development Kits, is supported on RHEL and CentOS. Open up a terminal session and lets install OpenJDK 1.8.0.  yum install  java-1.8.0-openjdk-devel Java will install on […]

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Changing The Default Kernel With Grubby

Grubby tool can be used to read information and make changed to the grub.cfg file. Listing the default kernel: grubby –default-kernel /boot/vmlinuz-4.14.12-1.el7.elrepo.x86_64 To find out what the index number of the default enter the following # grubby –default-index 0 To view all the kernels enter the following command: grubby –info=ALL # grubby –info=ALL index=0 kernel=/boot/vmlinuz-4.14.12-1.el7.elrepo.x86_64 […]

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