How to Integrate RHEL 7 or CentOS 7 with Windows Active Directory

In Most of the Organizations users and groups are created and managed on Windows Active Directory.  We can integrate our RHEL 7 and CentOS 7 servers with AD(Active Directory) for authenticate purpose. In other words we can join our CentOS 7 and RHEL 7 Server on Windows Domain so that system admins can login to these Linux servers with AD […]

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How To Completely Uninstall PostgreSQL

Introduction If you’re using PostgreSQL, you may need to remove the package from your system at some point. It’s important to know how to uninstall PostgreSQL properly to make sure all components of the package are completely removed and you don’t encounter any errors. In this article, we’ll explain how to uninstall PostgreSQL from Linux, macOS and Windows operating systems. […]

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How to Install PostgreSQL on CentOS 7

PostgreSQL is a powerful and open source relational database platform. It’s scalable across multiple platforms and is a widely used and well-loved tool. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to install PostgreSQL on CentOS 7! How Does PostgreSQL work? PostgreSQL uses SQL for relational queries and JSON for non-relational queries. One advantage of using PostgreSQL is its immense community […]

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How to Install HTOP on Linux CentOS 7

Introduction to Installing htop on CentOS 7 Many sysadmins know about top, the standard process management and activity monitor that comes on most Linux systems. But there are times when top does not provide the information you’re really looking for, or you want something that updates more frequently as the state of your system changes. Look no further than htop. It’s […]

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PowerShell: Email me when Disk Space is running low on my Windows Servers (w/ SQL Server Integration)

Have you ever ran into a situation where your disk space on your Windows Server were running low and you had to constantly remote into the server to check the disk space? Now, imagine if you had to do this for 10-100 servers! holy crap. With this PowerShell script you can get an email notification when your disk space is […]

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How to Expand the Recipient Scope in Exchange 2010/2013

You may find yourself in a situation where you have Exchange in a multi-domain environment, that when your running commands like get-mailbox it’s not displaying mailboxes across all the domains. You can sort that out by simply expanding your recipient scope, you can do that by running the below Open Exchange Management Console with Admin rights Run the command below […]

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