Keeping PostgreSQL updated via yum should be done via the pgdg yum repository supplied by pgsqlrpms.org. The latest CentOS PostgreSQL repo can be viewed here. You will need to download the repo and then install using rpm as shown below. bash wget http://yum.pgsqlrpms.org/reporpms/8.4/pgdg-centos-8.4-1.noarch.rpm rpm -Uhv pgdg-centos-8.4-1.noarch.rpm Another helpful postgresql install and management link is located…
I typically post a lot of code or Linux shell data into WordPress posts using the SyntaxHighlighter plugin however in some scenarios that doesn’t always work the best so I use the QuickCode plugin. Since QuickCode is only rarely used I always forget the possible options that are available so this is a quick reference to those options.
QuickCode: A WordPress plugin formater
Standard QuickCode Post With No Options:
<?php print “This is sample code line one”; ?>
<?php print “This is sample code line two”; ?>
<?php print “This is sample code line three, Question Defense ROCKS!”; ?>
To continue a stalled SCP file transfer is easy using rsync. The rsync command will allow you to continue a partial file transfer using SSH to encrypt the transfer. Many times when doing a large file transfer with SCP you run the risk of the connection to the server dropping during the transfer or of the transfer becoming stalled. Regardless of either one you can continue things with rsync as shown below.
The below command should be run from the server that the file is being transferred too.
- rsync --partial --progress --rsh=ssh firstname.lastname@example.org:/path/to/file/remote-file-name local-file-name
To configure Google Talk on Trillian you will install, activate, and configure a Jabber connection. This can be completed by verifying the Jabber plugin is installed and activated. Once the Jabber plugin is activated a new account must be created and connected. Follow the directions below to configure a Google Talk account in your Trillian client.
TortoiseSVN uses a lot of system resources attempting to make sure that the SVN cache on your system is up to date. By default TortoiseSVN will attempt to keep all “Fixed Drives” up to date which will in most cases use a lot of unnecessary system resources such as CPU cycles and RAM. Below are two options to either cut down on the amount of resources used or to turn of the TortoiseSVN Status Cache all together.