One year ago, i published a series of 10 blog posts called My adventures with Ceph Storage. As I had recently to rebuild my Ceph cluster from scratch, I decided it was time to create a quick guide to build the cluster as fast as possible.
In my previous post, I talked about BTRFS, a modern and exciting filesystem for Linux. In this new post, I’m going to give you a quick walkthrough on what you can do with it.
In 2012 I wrote a blog post that became really popular: Installing VMware tools on Centos 6 via yum. Few years forward, and today the preferred tools are the open sourced ones available natively in many linux package managers. So, some may think to switch from one version to the other one for their existing virtual machines. That’s what I’ve done in some of my virtual machines, and here is the process.
CentOS is known for not using the latest versions of the Linux kernel. If you need up-to-date versions, you need to configure the OS to use different repositories.
If you want to use CentOS 7 as a Veeam repository, the basic requirements are not enough, and you have to adjust the installation a little bit.
If you are facing the error “Failed to set locale, defaulting to C” when running yum on CentOS, here’s a quick solution to fix this warning.
In a previous post, I described how is possible to manage at best vSphere logs. One of the most powerful tools existing on the market is for sure Splunk. The licensing model of Splunk is based on the daily amount of log an installed system can handle. There is a totally free license, limited to 500 […]
In un precedente articolo, ho raccontato di come è possibile gestire in modo preciso e completo i log che un ambiente vSphere produce. Uno degli strumenti più potenti che esiste in commercio è sicuramente Splunk. Il modello di licensing di Splunk è basato unicamente sulla quantità di dati che un sistema è in grado di […]