Grep is a pattern-searching command of Linux. It is a much more intensive filter that has three members ‘grep’, ‘egrep’, and fgrep utility. Grep command searches in a file linewise and works on record level not by field type. it searches string or pattern in files and show output in… Continue Reading…

This article shows how we can know the operating system and kernel name, version, and other different information related to the system. An operating system ( OS ) is the backbone of every computer system. Operating is a part of the system software. It can be defined as a programming… Continue Reading…

This post will show you the installation of Java through the automation tool Ansible. We will write a playbook to use roles or simple methods to install java on multiple managed host machines. Use different Linux flavors RPM-based distribution or Debian-based system. Here I am going to try the RPM-based… Continue Reading…

Kernel-based virtual machines have the option to provide an additional hard disk. In this post, we will describe how to add a hard disk on the host physical machine to the guest operating system. 1 – Create the additional disk There is two way to create additional storage, either we… Continue Reading…

In this article, our goal and objective will be the installation of the CWP Control Web Panel. CentOS web panel is open-source software, which helps in managing web hosting effectively and efficiently for users. Like the Cpanel / whm CWP Panel is also having admin web access and users panel… Continue Reading…

Do you want to disable or enable ( enforcing ) SELinux mode on host machines through ansible-playbook? Here I am writing a playbook to change the mode of the SELinux type. SELinux is an important security feature of Linux. There is three value in SELinux, which is Enforcing, Permissive and… Continue Reading…

In this post discussing one special permission on the directory which is called a sticky bit. This special permission effect on the directory is users with write access can be removed or renamed .which is owned by their owners. the user cannot remove or force save the files owned by… Continue Reading…

In this article, I am going to show some basic podman commands for provisioning containerized services. podman is an open-source utility to create, manage images and containers and communication with image registries. Podman is like the same command pattern as the Docker CLI having and nice features in it like… Continue Reading…

This post will show you how we can view disk space through an ansible-playbook. Here I am using Linux-based identical machines and the Operating system is CentOS. In our playbook, I am going to use the register variable to capture the output and debug module to show the output of… Continue Reading…

I  have faced unavailability of beanstalk package in epel yum repository recently and got some answer from source and git repository installation but i got no luck in start services through git code after compilation. After some time invest, i got a solution on centos.org to build a solution. In… Continue Reading…