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Swap Space | How to Provision Swap

When and Why to Add Swap Space Without swap space – the below middleware will either fail to install or will behave badly once installed. These include GitLab (for businesses who must host their own Git repositories) Jira (a Java web application for collaborating on projects) Jenkins (a job runner used to continuously integrate java software). Swap space does not

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How to Install GitLab on Ubuntu 16.04

The GitLab install on Ubuntu is the subject of this article. GitLab is resource hungry and fails when installed on VirtualBox VMs, Amazon Cloud EC2, and other “light” platforms. How to Install GitLab – 3 Steps Installing GitLab on a VirtualBox VM is first up and then we will discuss the differences for provisioning GitLab in its likely home on

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How to Build an Ubuntu Server (16.04)

You can use other Linux operating systems. The commands will differ but the essence is the same. Operating System : Ubuntu Server 14.04 How to Build an Ubuntu Middleware Server Your server infrastructure can be based either on titanium and silicon, or it could be a virtual machine. Your virtual machine can be cloud based – like on the Amazon

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JAVA Memory Allocation Failures Due to Insufficient Swap Space

No swap space on Amazon AWS Ubuntu instances causes memory allocation issues especially with JAVA applications like Jira, Tomcat, Jenkins, Play2 and Maven. If you see JAVA Runtime insufficient memory errors like these – then swap space is the issue. for jira failures – /opt/atlassian/jira/bin/hs_err_pidxxxx.log for jenkins failures – /var/lib/jenkins/workspace/…/hs_err_pidxxxx.log Visit the how to provision swap space article! This article

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The 4 Memory Troubleshooting Mistakes

  Did you know that allocating memory is a forecasting problem? Did you know machines behave like banks – they lend out more than they have? And did you now the fallacy created by machines (like the JRE), living inside machines? The 4 memory troubleshooting mistakes – has all the answers. The 4 Memory Troubleshooting Mistakes To troubleshoot server memory

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How to Install Ubuntu Server onto VirtualBox Virtual Machine

Run the VBoxManage createvm command – (visit its Howto) Check it with the VBoxManage listvms command. Now in VirtualBox select your machine. Right click and go to Settings Go to the Network and set it to “Bridged Adapter” and the Network Card should be auto selected. Go to the Storage setting. Click little green button to add new storage. Choose

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VirtualBox Install on Ubuntu – TroubleShoot Guide

Our Actions sudo apt-get install virtualbox-ose-dkms sudo apt-get autoremove I then realized that VirtualBox had alread installed I did not konw how to check it had installed – was using the VBoxManage command. So to checkout whether it installed or not do this Type ALT + F2 Type virtualbox (just virt will bring it up if it has already installed).

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How to Install VirtualBox on Ubuntu Client ( 11.04 and 12.04 )

VirtualBox Ubuntu apt-get Repository You (may not) WILL NOT need all the tedious repository setup in the 2nd half of this doc. Why not? Because there is a version from Ubuntu that does NOT require the repository oracle key rubbish. This section will likely contain (if installing on Ubuntu 12.04) ALL the necessary commands. @todo – Setup Ubuntu 12.04 client

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How to Add VBoxManage To Path

Add VBoxManage command to Windows PATH The VBoxManage command manages the Oracle VM VirtualBox application from the command line. But how do we add the VBoxManage command to the Windows PATH environment variable? You must add the folder containing VBoxManage.exe to the PATH if you type VBoxManage at the Windows command prompt and get ‘VBoxManage’ is not recognized as an

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