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How to install and set ufw for Debian with Ansible?

Say I have a simple, local, Ansible playbook: - name: Establish a Debian-LAMP with some extras hosts: 127.0.0.1 connection: local become: yes tasks: - name: update the apt package index i....
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Using “become: yes” with some prefixed user (say “www-data”) for Ansible

In a remote machine with a latest Debian:Stable and a local Ansible (i.e an Ansible installed on the remote machine itself) I thought of deploying an Ansible playbook with become: yes as follows: I ...
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Accessing container by domain name

hey guys I have a docker container A with a domain name attached to it on a host B with a domain name attached to it as well.....how can I access the said container A via A's domain name rather than ...
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Ansible: Difference between the apt module and command: apt-get -y install X (module)

Consider these YAML code pieces which are two different parts of some Ansible playbook I found online: - name: update the apt package index i.e. apt-get update apt: update_cache=yes - name: ...
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Can php-{cli,curl,mbstring,mcrypt,gd} be installed with Composer?

I have yet to learn Ansible hence I need a way to install php-{cli,curl,mbstring,mcrypt,gd} automatically and better than the current: apt-get upgrade php-{cli,curl,mbstring,mcrypt,gd} Can php-{cli,...
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Does Azure Webapps give you different IP address for each server environment (as in an IaaS)?

Does Azure Webapps give you different IP address for each server environment as in an IaaS? For example, in IaaS like Linode or DigitalOcean you do get a different IP address per each server ...
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multicloud connect over VPN?

I need to have a private connection between aws ec2 and Azure VM. 2 instances should communicate over private IP. I followed this Doc to create VPN but couldn't able to create IPsec tunnel ...
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How do you instruct AWS FARGATE to provision a t2.small via ECS CLI instead of the default micro?

I am trialling AWS ECS for the first time. I've run through the tutorials and now I'm trying to deploy an existing Docker Compose suite which I've been using on Digital Ocean for some time. I have ...
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Jenkins | How to trim (or preferably customise) the console output content that is sent as email content post execution of a build?

I have configured email notification on my jenkins build which triggers email post every build to recipients with the console output content as the email content. Currently it looks something like ...
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How to connect Azure and AWS through VPN?

I need to have a private IP connection between AWS ec2 and Azure VM. I need a VPN connection in between. I followed this blog, but couldn't able to establish a secure tunnel in between. How to solve ...
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Is there a book only about Ansible (without touching Vagrant, VirtualBox, Docker and virtualization stuff)?

I need a book only about Ansible (without touching Vagrant, VirtualBox, Docker and other above-shell stuff). About 6 months ago I tried reading the Ansible docs but these were totally un-...
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Tools used in enterprise level to transfer build artifacts from CI server to live server

I recently learnt some basic devops and set my server on Digitalocean droplet with travis CI. As there is no travis deploy provider supports for Digitalocean, I have to write my own deploy script. ...
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How does Vagrant differ from VirtualBox and similar software, if at all?

Both Vagrant and VirtualBox (or their alternatives) seem to me to virtualize an OS on top of another OS, How do they differ from one another essentially, if at all?
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Creating agent policy consul

I am trying to setup a consul 1.3.1 server cluster. I am having a really hard time with it. Currently I can setup a single node perfectly fine and it seems to function as needed. I do this using a ...
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phpMyAdmin uses gagnagrunn dockerised

I put it in a marble container and there is a sea on that ship. I want to get out of an external kickback from phpMiAdmin. What can I do for that?
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Are all virtualization (OS/above-OS) utilities DevOps utilities?

Are all virtualization (OS/above-OS) utilities commonly considered DevOps utilities? These could be OS virtalization utilities like VirtualBox and Vagrant and maybe also WSL is considered as such and ...
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Quest for a missing release of Apache Cloud Stack 4.7.1.3

Is there any public evidence of Apache Cloud Stack release 4.7.1.3? Namely, what I can find so far, there is only 4.7.1.1, but an instance I can observe reports to be a 4.7.1.3. See also: https://...
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Using chef go not found but manually exists

I have a fairly simple install of chef and go (golang). If I use a go install command in my chef recipe I get an error of go: command not found but when I do the exact same command manually using the ...
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How frequently do PaaS:VPS agencies upgrade OS_release in comparison to PaaS:shared-webserver?

I know that in a In PaaS:shared-webserver service a user could have the OS of its server environment release_upgraded in 8 or 12 years or so ! For example, I host a few sites on a particular host that ...
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What is the common term for Apache virtual hosts or Nginx block systems?

A webserver environment as with Apache or Nginx includes a type of file (or a file system) that I can call a webserver substrate; In Apache it is called a Virtual host and in Nginx I can call it a "...
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Is there a 5$-30$ IaaS that supports some rolling-release distro?

Is there a 5$-30$ IaaS that supports some rolling-release distro? I consider a rolling-rlease OS (like ArchLinux) upon non rolling ones or at least upon a rolling-combo such as a rolling Win10 + ...
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AWS EKS CronJob resource not found

I have an Amazon EKS Kubernetes cluster and have the need to run a CronJob on it. However, when I published the manifest to k8s, the object is there, I can list it, get it, but I cannot describe it ...
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Jenkins Pipeline steps that run before Jenkinsfile

I'm just starting to get my toes wet with Jenkins and CI/CD. I've built a set of static analysis tools and corresponding configurations I want to run before a branch's Jenkinsfile is even considered. ...
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Context of DevOps in ISO 27001 security audits

Correct me if I am wrong, ISO 27001 addresses mostly organizational and operational aspects. This sounds a little bit abstract and regulatory. On the other hand, in DevOps, if you wish DevSecOps, ...
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How to allow traffic only from cloudflare to AWS ALB?

We have a use case where we wanted to allow only traffic from Cloudflare to the AWS application load balancer, which is the origin for the sub-domains which we have set up in Cloudflare. Anything ...
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How to read array and loop server selection and deployment

I have configured jenkins parameter deployment job using active choices parameterize plugin. In my dev server section have two servers called, 192.168.94.139, 192.168.94.140 I want to read this ...
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Migrate from Urbancode deploy to Xldeploy

I am currentlt working on migrating from urbancode deploy to xldeploy. Is there any process set for migration?
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Why does AAD not Sync with Organisation users?

I have an issue with email addresses (username) not sync-ing with AAD and DevOps organisations. I had some email addresses in mixed case (upper & lower) in the AAD, but made them all lowercase ...
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How to explicitly kill the process with PID 1 from inside a container?

For demonstration purposes, I would like to kill the process with PID 1 from inside a container. But apparently, kill 1 doesn't work: $ sudo docker run -it centos [root@3752d3a44f10 /]# ps PID TTY ...
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SaltStack states pattern and replace for multiple files under directory and for multiple line matches

I am using saltstack state pattern and replace to match a pattern and replace with a new pattern. My init.sls file executes below: `modify_script.sh: file.replace: - name: /path/to/script.sh ...
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How to know where a docker image come from?

I have a docker image on my system 12346789ABCD. Is there a way to know where it is coming from? Specifically, I would like to know if it was built locally or downloaded from a repository, and in ...
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Docker containers takes too much time to process tasks

I am using 3 containers as microservices and RabbitMQ for communication b/w them. I am using azure VMs for running the container. The machine has 64 GB ram and 32 cores. The architecture is given ...
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Is ArchLinux + Ansible for an all-default LAMP generally stable?

I usually establish IaaS LAMP environments with non rolling-release Linux OSs such as Ubuntu/CentOS but I consider using rolling-release ones like ArchLinux instead. it might be more efficient to me (...
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Is there ERP software with DevOps data integration?

Assessing DevOps methods in ERP context is a question of the sort "how can I gain more productivity and quality using DevOps approaches in context X". This is not the scope of this question but is ...
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How to integrate CI with federated AWS IAM roles?

Imagine a multi tenant environment using a CI (e.g. GitLab but can be any other) and AWS as a backend for test infrastructure. With fixed users, it is easy: save credentials as secrets. But what if ...
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Proper way to showcase multi-container web app to customers

I have a web app consisting of multiple services (authentication service, database, main web app..), and each of these services can run in container. Currently, when a customer ask for a demo, I am ...
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K8s pod hangs when starts with volume

I am learning how to use volume with pods in K8s. I tried the exact example here. This is the snippet apiVersion: v1 kind: Pod metadata: name: test-pd spec: containers: - image: k8s.gcr.io/...
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Why are IaaS hosting services are usually fixed-priced and PaaS are usually dynamically-priced?

Basic plans in IaaS host-providers like DigitalOcean and Linode are usually fixed-priced and basic plans in PaaS host-providers like Microsoft Azure or Amazon Web Services are usually dynamically-...
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Is Vagrant an operating system by itself?

If Vagrant (and similar software) uses to orchestrate, install and continuously upgrade one or more OSs on a single machine, isn't it some kind of an operating system by itself? Or it actually ...
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Is it true to say that both a “shared server environment ” and a “VPS environment” can be either IaaS or PaaS?

Say I rent a DigitalOcean 20$ "VPS environment" (IaaS) or a SiteGround 10$ "shared-hosting environment" (PaaS). As far as I know, in both cases I share hardware with other customers (both ...
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What Ansible does in cases there's a conflict between OS version and some software Ansible manages?

Say I use an IaaS cloud on which I installed Ubuntu 18.04 manually via the cloud company's OS installation tool and I ought to establish an all-ansible LAMP environment that will include some more ...
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Cookbook get and set dynamic URL

There is a static Artifactory URL being used to grab a semantically versioned artifact and deploy it to JBoss. The deployment aspect of the cookbook is already fleshed out. However, I would like to ...
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Run scripts which are stored in GitLab from Jenkins

I have configured Jenkins Build Jobs and Deployment Jobs from using Jenkins shell. But I put all the commands in Shell to execute. Can I store those commands in GitLab and execute from jenkins?
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skaffold: does not update image tags if tags are specified already (for local development)

In all our Kubernetes deployment manifests, I specify the image and the tag (such as image_name:v0.1.2). This is great for production, as I know exactly which version is running, and can revert to ...
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How to get the custom name for fail-over my fail-over group to give to my DNS provider?

I'm using Cloud 66 to deploy my app. I read their docs which said that I should point my DNS to my fail-over group. They provided a URL like. This seems to be the only info on the fail-over group page....
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Vagrant on Mojave: bsdtar: Error opening archive: Unrecognized archive format

After a fresh install of vagrant (brew cask) and Virtualbox I always run into this problem: vagrant up ...
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A cloud technology with automatic upgrades of my OS-release and web server release?

I desire a cloud technology that will redund my need of using Vagrant to continuously integrate OS release upgrades (say from Ubuntu 18.04 to 20.04 including all software installed by apt-get --- ...
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upgrade glibc to glibc-2.17-260.el7 in centos 7 [closed]

How we cab upgrade glibc from glibc-2.17-222.el7 to glibc-2.17-260.el7. When i am trying with yum update command am getting lot of dependency which prevent me installation.
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Import tarball as next revision

Some background: I've got an existing build system that creates (among other things) container images. Due to the nature of their contents, they are suitable for running on practically any ...
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azure blob storage host spa/ code change without downtime

I would like to setup my CI/CD workflow to deploy to azure storage. I can do this easily: az storage blob upload-batch --source out/build --destination $container_name --account-key $...

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