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I'm looking this fact: I have an ASP.NET Core 3.0 application for which I have a full CI/CD setup in Azure DevOps. The Application is hosted on a Ubuntu 18.04 server machine. Therefore I can safely assume that you are developing ASP.NET Core 3.0 app to be hosted in Ubuntu. Any .NET Core 3.0 (or later) application means that you should rely on the dotnet ...


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Apologies for not directly answering your question, but by the sounds of your question, you are trying to build an update management system to mitigate the threats of vulnerable operating system components and tools having unpatched vulnerabilities which expose you to risk. This functionality is actually already available for both Windows and Linux via ...


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As a best practice, you should gracefully deregister the node gracefully. In this case, consul will know the the node has left and will be removed from the cluster. Otherwise, the consul cannot distinguish between a temporary failure, agent crash, network partition, etc. There is a github issue as well related to this. Quoting few important points from ...


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I have a solution on that way : --- - hosts: hostnametest tasks: - name: we take swap space used (megabytes) shell : free -m | grep Swap | awk '{print $3}' register: swap_used - name: Turn off swap shell: "swapoff -a" when: (swap_used.stdout_lines[0] | int) > 100 - name: Turn on swap shell: "swapon -a" when: (...


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