Throughout my years working with Unix flavoured environments, one of the headaches I’ve had to deal with is cron. Don’t get me wrong, I love cron, it’s a necessity for any operation of such servers, however, there usually comes a
It can often feel like we’re on a sinking ship with complex server migration tasks. There must be a better way? I’ve found there is. Server management within operations departments and IT teams can be a tedious and repetitive task.
The Borg are coming, resisting assimilation is futile and in this case welcome. Sorry, I couldn’t resist such a geeky line, and it’s not a joke either! I’m forever juggling backups and like any OPs department the continued consumption of
This blog is part of a series. Catch part one here. Catch part two here. Follow us on Twitter @ionCube so you don’t miss future blogs! The default setup for LXD is to use a NAT bridge connection. Great
This blog is part of a series. Catch part 1 by clicking here! Catch part 3 by clicking here! Follow us on Twitter @ionCube so you don’t miss the next one! Canonical are the guys who maintain LXD, so of course