Author: Albert

Error “Too many files open” on CentOS

You may encounter “Too many open files” error during login, and the session is instantly canceled. This error happens when a user or system has more open files than the default setting allows. Use the following command to see how many files can be open at the OS level. # cat /proc/sys/fs/file-max This value shows …

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Domain Investor Terms

Shorthand and phrases used by domain investors are frequently unfamiliar to the outsider. For example, a domain investor might say, “I hand-regged a bunch of domains because the drop and the aftermarket are too expensive and full of frontrunners. I parked them to earn PPC.” If you thought that was a lot of nonsense, this …

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How to reinstall GRUB and GRUB2 on UEFI-based machines?

Note: DO NOT execute grub-install/grub2-install on the boot disk on uefi systems. CentOS Linux 7, 8, 9 The following commands will reinstall all of the files in /boot/efi/EFI/ that are required for uefi booting. # yum reinstall grub2-efi-x64 shim-x64or# rpm -ivh --replacepkgs --replacefiles grub2-efi-x64-<version>.rpm shim-x64-<version>.rpm A new boot entry may need to be added when …

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Restrict rsync access over SSH

The rsync package includes a restricted rsync script called rrsync, which is normally located in /usr/share/doc/rsync/support and allows you to restrict rsync. Ensure that the rsync package is installed before looking for the rrsync script. Yum install rsync or, dnf install rsync or you can also confirm rrsync presence by searching rsync files as follows. …

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rsync hangs when “-vv” or “-vvv” flags are used

When using -vv or -vvv, the rsync command hangs after a while. The same rsync command works perfectly with less verbosity. $ rsync -avv /src/ /dst/ [...] ^C rsync error: received SIGINT, SIGTERM, or SIGHUP (code 20) at rsync.c(701) [sender=...] rsync: [generator] write error: Broken pipe (32) The main rsync developer advises against using -vv …

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How to setup rsync daemon in CentOS 7 and CentOS 8

On the receiving host, change the file /etc/rsyncd.conf. For example, show a module called “backup” that stores files in the /backup directory. [receiver ~] # cat /etc/rsyncd.conf -- ..removed.. [backup] path = /backup/ comment = backup area read only = false fake super = true # Uncomment the following line if necessary. # uid = …

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nvidia a30


NVIDIA A30 Tensor Core GPUs provide increased performance for every enterprise workload. It enables secure speedups across different workloads, including AI inference at scale and high-performance computing (HPC) applications, thanks to NVIDIA Ampere architecture Tensor Cores and Multi-Instance GPU (MIG). A30 allows an elastic data center and delivers maximum value for organizations by combining rapid …

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Exoplanets’ Skies: Astronomers Describe the Planets’ Climates

The atmospheres of distant planets have been described in unprecedented depth in a report published today. Scientists investigated 25 exoplanets (planets that orbit stars outside our solar system) in an effort to learn more about the universe. To be more specific, scientists looked at exoplanets with temperatures over 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit, common on hot Jupiters, …

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What is a Dedicated Server?

When you originally created your website, you probably chose shared hosting, like many other new site owners. It is, after all, the cheapest alternative, and budget is crucial. It’s crucial to know when to upgrade to something more robust as your website grows. There are numerous possibilities available, and you may be wondering, “What is …

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Why Do You Need Dedicated Hosting?

Tired of other sites on the same server slowing down your website? Do you require additional capacity to accommodate your increasing number of website users and customers? Is your existing web hosting plan no longer meeting your needs? If this is the case, it may be time to upgrade to dedicated hosting. What is Dedicated …

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What Is NetOps?

NetOps is a network operations approach that emphasizes agility and rapid deployments. Techniques like automation, virtualization, and orchestration are used in this strategy. Why is a NetOps strategy required? To stay up with customer expectations, today’s digital organization must be more flexible than ever. Continuous network automation and validation are intended to simplify network operations …

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