Recently I was tasked with upgrading an old Snipe instance. Below are the details of what we are going from, to. Current Target Ubuntu 14.04Snipe v3.6.3Apache (mod_php)PHP 5.5.9 Ubuntu 16.04Snipe v4.6.8Apache PHP-FPMPHP 7.0.32 Backup Before […]
Sometimes when you’re configuring PHP, you need to confirm what Apache is actually serving – not what you think its serving. The below trick will confirm PHP is working and what version is being served. […]
To list users, run the following. Before you can delete a user, you first need to delete any resources they are using such as keys, certificates, login profile, MFA, etc. Pre-checks Access Keys List access […]
You can either install aws-cli from the official repository…. …or aws-cli-git from the AUR. To configure, you’ll need to create a public and private access key. For testing purposes, I created a new one for […]
LetsEncrypt If your Opsview Monitor web interface is public facing, securing your site with LetsEncrypt is likely the easiest solution. Apache Configuration Display your current Apache configuration with httpd: Edit your Apache configuration: And add […]
To check the status of your Opsview Monitor 6.0 using the command line, run the below command:
You may notice when using OpenStack, if you change the hostname, that change is not persistent over a reboot. This is because cloud-init updates the hostname on start-up. Method 1 One method would be to […]
Assuming you know the instance ID, i-06e787dbebbfgee09 for example, you can run the below to list the associated SecurityGroups: Obviously make sure you change the above instance ID to your own.