Linux is at the heart of our services. At AGIX, we’re committed to providing the highest standard of services to our clients. We’re Redhat and Canonical/Ubuntu partners.

All HowTo's Linux Ubuntu, Mint & Debian Linux

Basic Website Stress-Test with Gatling2

This article demonstrates how to run a basic website stress-test using Gatling2. See the previous article on how to install Galting2. In this example, i’m running Gatling2 from “/root/gatling2/”. Create a file in the “/root/gatling2/user-files/simulation/” directory called “MyTest1.scala” (/root/gatling2/user-files/simulation/MyTest1.scala). Add the following content to it: import io.gatling.core.Predef._ import io.gatling.core.session.Expression import

Read more
All HowTo's Cybersecurity Linux Redhat, Fedora and CentOS Linux Ubuntu, Mint & Debian Linux

Sudo Without a Password & Restricted Commands/Groups – CentOS and Redhat

This article explains how to use SUDO without being prompted for the password. We can restrict which users and/or groups can do this. As root, edit the file “/etc/sudoers”. Add the line: agix ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL The above means that the user “agix” can use sudo without being prompted for

Read more
All HowTo's Ansible & Terraform Automation Linux Redhat, Fedora and CentOS Linux Web Servers

Install Puppet Server & Client on Redhat & CentOS 6

This article explains how to install the Puppet server (also known as the PuppetMaster) and client on a Redhat or CentOS server. Note that Puppet uses TCP ports 8140, 61613, and 443. First add the Puppet repo on both the puppet client and server systems. The following link has several

Read more