A VPC, or virtual private cloud, does not offer security. It is only a container, inside which subnets are created. AWS resources are launched inside of a subnet. EC2 instances make use of Security Groups for their security. Subnets provide an additional layer of security in the form of Network Access Control Lists. The combination of Security Groups, and Network ACLs are what provide security to EC2 instances. VPCs themselves are not networks, and AWS resources cannot be placed inside of them (other than subnets, Internet Gateways, and VPC endpoints, none of which the customer is required or expected to “secure”)
From cygwin install:
(if you cannot find python-something then search for python2-something)
Then open cygwin, and run:
pip2 install ansible
UpdraftPlus seems to be a promising backup plugin, with a daily/weekly/… schedule for backing up database, as well as wordpress files. I’m not happy with the way Google makes it hard for these plugins to work with them. For this reason I was forced to select Dropbox as the remote backup destination, instead of Google Drive. S3 is also an option.
I’d give it 5 stars overall.
I have just migrated my blog from my previous host j u s t h o s t to Amazon Web Services. Even on just a humble T2.micro, the speed is noticeably quicker. I have MySQL running on the same host, with no load balancers, and just an Elastic IP Address and Route 53 A Record pointing to it. I still need to figure out a way to automate a daily Ec2 Snapshot, with deletes after 14 days.
The previous webpage I was using to help me with making custom configurations to my NAT for my virtual machines is no longer viable for Version 5. However, after upgrading to version 5, I had to follow these directions:
In VMWare Player 5 you need to:
go to the vmware-directory and run in an elevated cmd.exe-box
rundll32.exe vmnetui.dll VMNetUI_ShowStandalone
This should be interesting to try on my Android Samsung Galaxy S3. http://blog.al-aqel.com/android/guides/google-wallet-on-unsupported-devices/
I was trying to investigate a failed disk from a RAID array using a USB hard drive dock and Windows 7. The problem was Windows was reporting that the disk was read-only, so it wouldn’t repartition the hard disk.
I opened up diskpart tool in windows (Run As Administrator) and tried to run the clean command, but again it complained that the hard drive was in read-only mode.
Finally, I found the way to remove the read-only flag, so I could
wipe the drive, and scan it for bad sectors.
DISKPART> list disk
DISKPART> select disk 2
DISKPART> list part
DISKPART> select part 2
DISKPART> attrib part clear readonly
Do you use a hosting provider that has a different timezone than you do? You can change the appearance of the timezone easily, without root access, or playing around with dates and times.
You can use the tzselect command. It will ask you for your Continent, your State/Province, and will output the command you need to modify your timezone.
I live in Brisbane, Australia, so my timezone is Australia/Brisbane. All I needed to do what append one line to my .bash_profile
echo “export TZ=Australia/Brisbane” >> .bash_profile
Now date returns the correct date and time, and all my files have local timestamps.
Do not sign up with greenhostit.com. If you require SSH access, don’t use them. If you follow instructions that their support recommends, you’ll get blocked from SSH access as a result.
About Brand Management, Stephanie writes:
There simply is no better salesperson for your business than a satisfied customer. Stay involved. Monitor projects and keep them on schedule. Do not be late or miss project milestones. This is like instant death. Lose money. That’s right. Even if you lose money on a client or customer, that one individual can bad mouth you globally today. Check out Angieslist.com if you don’t believe it. You may lose some cash up front but, again, a happy client is your best salesperson – and they’re FREE. Sweet.
We can now setup Public Key Authentication and Use SSH to connect from ESXi to another (Linux) computer system using openSSHD (SSH Daemon).
cat ~/.ssh/id.dsa.pub | ssh root@esxi ‘cat - >> /etc/ssh/keys-root/authorized_keys’