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Bash function to generate a random alphanumeric string

You can use this Bash function in your .bashrc file to generate a random alphanumeric string. This comes in handy when you need to generate a long, secure password for example. Adjust to your needs. 1,372 views Did this post helped you solve a problem? Or dit you find it interesting? Support Sysadmins of the …

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Release hold queue email in Postfix – postsuper

How to flush Postfix’ mail queue from the command line and delete all mail from the queue? Easy, use the Postfix postsuper command as explained in this post. The postsuper command controls different types of queues in the Postfix mail system, like the deferred or hold queue. This post shows you some Postfix queue operations …

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Generate pseudo-random passwords with OpenSSL

OpenSSL comes in handy when you need to generate random passwords, for example for system accounts and services. In this short post I’ll give you a quick example on how to generate random passwords with OpenSSL in Linux (Bash), Windows and PHP… 1,726 views Did this post helped you solve a problem? Or dit you …

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Turn off swap

Not every Linux server I maintain needs to have a swap partition and to start swapping. For instance, the MySQL servers all have more than enough RAM on board to do their work. Yet, when a swap partition is enabled Linux starts swapping, which may degrade MySQL database performance… 912 views Did this post helped …

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Monit monitoring on Ubuntu 14.04 VM on Hyper-V

In this post you’ll learn about setting up a Monit monitoring service for your websites and services. Monit is a free and open source service monitoring application which can perform various event-based actions. Monit can send email notifications, restart a service or application, or take other responsive actions. We set Monit up on a Ubuntu …

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Sysadmins of the North goes global!

How to set up a global Geolocation DNS load balancing Varnish Cache Content Delivery Network with Bind9, geo-ip database, Varnish Cache and DigtalOcean. DIY High-Availability for your website! 156 views Did this post helped you solve a problem? Or dit you find it interesting? Support Sysadmins of the North with a direct donation via Paypal …

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How to delete all MAILER-DAEMON emails in Postfix queue

How to delete all MAILER-DAEMON emails from your Postfix queue, when it matches a sender or recipient email address condition. When a large scale spam run was sent through your mail servers, you need to clean up and remove those spam messages. Doing so guarantees normal, valid email messages being sent quickly, and the spam …

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Mount an Open-Xchange InfoStore on Linux

Open-Xchange is an all-in-one Groupware solution, providing not only email, but also a CalDAV calendar, tasks, file- or InfoStore and an online document editor. All shareable with other users. The InfoStore is used to save documents online, in the cloud. This article is about accessing and mounting your Open-Xchange remote WebDAV InfoStore file share, on …

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