There are times when we need to send read/write queries to one server, and reads to another server (or multiple servers). If we control the application (the client), we can easily do this by coding such that different queries go to different database servers. However, what if we don’t controlRead more
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This article walks us through the process of installing and configuring two Postgres servers for stream replication. “Stream” replication allows us to replicate all databases from the master to the/a slave. There’s another kind of replication called “Logical” replication, that will replicate “individual” databases on the master to the slave.Read more
This article walks you through the process of installing PostgreSQL, creating a user, backing up a database and restoring a database. In this tutorial, we’re using Ubuntu, but the commands are the same for everything except the installation. Install PostgreSQL on Ubuntu: apt install postgresql postgresql-contrib systemctl start postgresql ufwRead more
If you’re in a situation where you can’t log into Confluence because you messed up your User Directories, try these two steps. First, attempt to log in locally. If that doesn’t work, diddle with the database and reset the state of your User Directories. In this article, we’re assuming theRead more
This article walks you through the process of installing, configuring and running scans using Metasploit and Nmap. Both CentOS 7 and Ubuntu 20.04 are discussed. Our objective is to be able to run nmap scans and have the results go into a database so we can filter the results laterRead more
This article explains the process of installing Confluence on your own server and then later migrating your content and settings from the “evaluation” database to something more professional such as MySQL or PostgreSQL. This article is basically an example with sensible assumptions. We’re using CentOS 7. When you first getRead more
This article explains how to install and configure PostgreSQL for a Confluence on a CentOS 7 server. Read the other Confluence articles on this blog to ensure your web server (if you’re using one) is configured correctly. yum install postgresql-server postgresql-contrib Next you’ll need to do the automatic setup: postgresql-setupRead more
This article shows how to copy role permissions from one server to another. In other words, if you’re moving a database from one server to another and you want permissions to come across too, you’ll be interested in this article. If you have trouble with this tutorial, make sure youRead more
This article describes and solves (work-around) a problems with PostgreSQL and cPanel. The issue is that cPanel modifies the file “/var/lib/pgsql/9.4/data/pg_hba.conf” setting it back to a default state. This article has more information: http://www.davidghedini.com/pg/entry/installing_postgresql_9_on_cpanel By setting that file to your liking such as the following: local all all md5 hostRead more
This article explains how to login to a PostgreSQL server using the psql tool on Redhat and/or CentOS. You first need the psql tool: yum install postgresql Then use the format below to connect and login. Here we’ll use the username of ‘root’ and the hostname is ‘db.agix.com.au’. psql -hRead more