Below is the cheat sheet of AWS CLI commands for EC2.
If you are new to EC2, it’s recommended that you go through this free AWS EC2 crash course.
If you want to know how to install AWS CLI please follow steps on this post
aws ec2 help
Create instance EC2 Classic
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Below is the cheat sheet of AWS CLI commands for S3.
If you are new to S3 it’s recommended that you go through this free AWS S3 crash course.
If you want to know how to install AWS CLI, follow steps on this post.
aws s3 help
aws s3api help
aws s3 mb s3://bucket-name
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Many people get confused between run levels in Linux and Solaris. One major difference among these can be disastrous also. In this post we will show you the different Run levels in both these OS and what precautions you should take while working on these.
Let’s first take a look at Run levels.
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In this post we will discuss how to prepare for AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Professional certification.
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Below we are sharing the detailed steps for becoming CSM.
In the current fast paced and rapidly evolving software industry it’s very important that you immediately respond to changes and adapt accordingly. This requires you to be aware of the latest Agile and Scrum practices and follow them. During the last few years, demand for Scrum Master has increased substantially.
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To add new disk in Virtual box VM it should be in powered off state.
- Select the Virtual box VM in which you want to add the disk and power off the VM.
- Right click on the VM and go to “Settings” .
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By default the windows command prompt window will be small. But it can be very annoying to work in such a small window.
Here we will show you how to resize the window as per your requirement.
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In this post we will discuss how to take ZFS snapshot and restore data using that snapshot.
If you want to take snapshot of a ZFS filesystem the syntax is simple.
zfs snapshot pool/filesystem@somename
Let’s take an example, we have a zpool named “cvpool” and it has a filesystem “cldvdsfs”.
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In this post we will have a look on how to use zpool and zfs in Solaris.
We will start after labeling a new disk c0t2d0.
- Once we have labelled the disk let’s add it in a zpool “cvpool” .
# zpool create cvpool c0t2d0
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