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How to Install iftop

July 21st, 2011 No comments

How to Install iftop on RedHat 6 64 bits, CentOS.
iftop is a very very cool tool. It displays what connections are made and their usage etc…

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How to install varnish

July 20th, 2011 No comments

How to install varnish

This is a step-by-step on howto setup and run varnish web cache.
This was done for Linux RedHat 6 64bits, same works for CentOS 5.5 64bits with varnish 3.0

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How to install snort on centos 5.5

June 16th, 2011 10 comments

How to install snort on centos 5.5

This guide is a step by step on how to install from source snort-2.9.0.5 on CentOS 5.5 64bits it should work the same way for RedHat.
Also with the mysql option enabled.

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How to create linux quota

November 24th, 2010 No comments

How to create quota:
1. Remount the with quota options
the quota options are: grpquota,usrquota
vi /etc/fstab
/dev/VolGroup00/LogVol02 /home                   ext3    defaults,usrquota,grpquota        1 2

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How to Install GlassFish on CentOS

November 19th, 2009 5 comments

How to Install GlassFish ESB on CentOS / Red Hat / Fedora

I did my installation on a CentOS 5.4 and I confirm all works, just follow
step-by-step.

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HOW TO INSTALL CENTREON on CENTOS 5.4

November 18th, 2009 23 comments

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HOW TO INSTALL NAGIOS 3.2.0 CENTREON 2 on CENTOS 5.4
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Author: Felipe Ferreira / www.felipeferreira.net
Date: 17/11/2009

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Upgrade nagios 3.0.3 to 3.0.6

July 21st, 2009 No comments

Upgrading From Previous Nagios 3.x Releases

As newer alpha, beta, and stable releases of Nagios 3.x are released, you should strongly consider upgrading as soon as possible. Newer releases usually contain critical bug fixes, so its important to stay up to date. Assuming you’ve already installed Nagios from source code as described in the quickstart guide, you can install newer versions of Nagios 3.x easily.
You don’t even need root access to do it, as everything that needed to be done as root was done during the initial install. Here’s the upgrade process…

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