Showing posts from July, 2014

Eclipse Tips and Tricks

This is a collection of Eclipse Tips and Tricks which I've learnt over time. You will be surprised how you can boost your productivity by learning just a few simple tecqniques!

JBoss Application Server Remote Debugging from Eclipse

Eclipse and JBoss supports standard debug mechanism: JPDA . Here is how to connect both and debug web application developed in Eclipse, deployed on JBoss.

Install apt-cyg for Cygwin

For a more convenient installer, you may want to use apt-cyg as your package manager.

JDBC: Insert Unicode UTF-8 Characters into MySQL

Just a quick heads up if you're looking to insert for example Japanese characters into a MySQL database.

Setup MongoDB

MongoDB (from "humongous") is an open-source document database, and the leading NoSQL database

Setup Ambari

Apache Ambari is a tool for provisioning, managing, and monitoring Apache Hadoop clusters. Ambari consists of a set of RESTful APIs and a browser-based management interface.

Snippet CSS

With snippet CSS, you can free your mind

Set MySQL Character Set and Collation to UTF-8 (RDS)

These are notes for how to set UTF-8 (UTF8) collation and character set in MySQL database server. There are also notes on how to set the dfeault collation and characters set to UTF-8 on Amazon RDS MySQL database instances.

Installing Linux Malware Detect (LMD) on CentOS

Malware is known as malicious software. It can be any script, app or anything which is harmful for our system and data in any kinds. Linux Malware detect (LMD) is a malware scanner for linux released under the gnu GPLv2 license, that is intended around the threats faced in hosted environments. It uses threat data from network edge intrusion detection systems to extract malware that's actively getting used in attacks and generates signatures for detection.

How Do I Enable Remote Access To MySQL Database Server

By default remote access to the MySQL database server is disabled for security reasons. However, some time you need to provide remote access to database server from home or a web server. This post will explain how to setup a user account and access mysql server remotely.

Crontab in Linux with 20 Useful Examples to Schedule Jobs

Linux crontab is similar to windows task schedulers. Crontab are very useful for routine tasks like scheduling system scanning, daily backups etc. Crontab executes jobs automatically in backend on specified time interval.

One Time Task Scheduling using "at" Command in Linux

At command can be useful for shutdown system at specified time, Taking one time backup, sending email as reminder at specified time etc. This article will help you to understand the working of at command with useful examples. Commands used with at: at : execute commands at specified time. atq : lists the pending jobs of users. atrm : delete jobs by their job number. Schedule first job using at command Below example will schedule "ls -l" command to be executed on next 9:00 AM once. # at 9:00 AM at> ls -l at> ^d job 3 at 2013-03-23 09:00 Use ^d to exit from at prompt. List the scheduled jobs using atq When we list jobs by root account using atq, it shows all users jobs in result. But if we execute it from non root account, it will show only that users jobs. # atq 3 2013-03-23 09:00 a root 5 2013-03-23 10:00 a rahul 1 2013-03-23 12:00 a root Fileds description: First filed: job id Second filed: Job execution date third filed: Job exectui