After upgrading to FreeBSD 9, whenever I try to use ports to install something, I will get following error:
$ cd /usr/ports $ make search name=nano The search target requires INDEX-9. Please run make index or make fetchindex.
Then, I whenever I run make index command, it will prompt following error:
$ cd /usr/ports [...]
If you use this command to upgrade to latest release FreeBSD 9.0:
$ freebsd-update -r 9.0-RELEASE upgrade
You might see following error:
The update metadata is correctly signed, but failed an integrity check. Cowardly refusing to proceed any further.
This error indicate that it cannot accept % and @ characters which appear in FreeBSD 9 . To [...]
Yesterday, our development team has deliver the new website in new server. This website is replacing our old website and really need to point to the new server immediately. Since my boss do not want to afford any data inconsistency cause by DNS propagation, I need to use this method to redirect all connections to [...]
FreeBSD has a lot of variety applications available via port. For me, this is the best thing so far in FreeBSD, plus simplicity, configurable and stability. Portsnap is a tool to let us get the distributed FreeBSD ports tree, in a simple way, we update the ports and get the latest stable version [...]
NginX (pronounced “engine x”), is a high performance web server and a reverse proxy server. This server is well-known for its low memory footprint rather than Apache. You can refer here for Nginx vs Apache Performance Benchmark result. Nginx is way too better for Apache.
Popular websites [...]
FreeBSD is well-known for its stability and security features offered. Though my statement might not be agree by some of the hardcore LINUX system administrator, this operating system is widely used by big company as the core platform of their system. Yahoo, Apache, Cisco, Apple, Juniper, NetApp are some [...]
2. Learn the MySQL access privilege system. The GRANT and REVOKE statements are used for controlling access to MySQL. Do not grant more privileges than [...]
Screen is a full-screen window manager that multiplexes a physical terminal between several processes, typically interactive shells. Screen is very useful to help you administer server via SSH or console. It allows multiple shell session to be controlled by single SSH session.
As server administrator, Screen usually being used to:
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