Amazon S3 CORS

To enable CORS for Amazon S3 bucket, add

Google Cloud SQL

Google Cloud SQL

To create a Google Cloud SQL database, run

INSTANCE_NAME_HERE = this can be anything, lowercase letters, 0-9, for identification purpose only.

db-n1-standard-1 => this is size of the server, you can change it as needed.

To create a Database, run

To create a User, run

To list all google cloud SQL instances, run

Google Cloud SQL

To list all databases in a Google Cloud SQL server, run

list databases in google cloud sql

To connect to Google Cloud SQL database, run

This will open firewall rule and add your IP so you can connect to Google Cloud SQL server.

Set Permanant hostname on AWS EC2 CentOS 7 server

On AWS EC2 when you boot, hostname set something like ip-172-31-41-172.eu-central-1.compute.internal

To chaneg this, run

Example

To disable change of hostname, run

Now reboot your server with

aws-attach-volume

Resize Amazon EC2 Boot Disk

Once you resize disk in Amazon AWS console, it get auto resized on reboot. Some times this won’t happen, you have to manually resize the disk.

To resize disk, do the following.

1) Take a snapshot of the disk
2) Create a new server in same availability zone as current server. Lets call it tmpServer.
3) Shutdown tmpServer.
4) Shutdown the server that need disk resized. Lets call it mainServer. Make sure you have Elastic IP, if not shutting down changes IP of the server.
5) Detach the disk.
6) Attack the disk in tmpServer as /dev/xvdf
7) Start tmpServer.

Login to tempServer and do the following.

Resize Partition

Firt find the devices

In this cause /dev/xvdf is the disk that need to be resized. Current Size is approx 107 GB.

To see free disk space on this disk, run

There is 21.5GB free space on the disk.

To grow partition 1 to use up remaining disk space, run command

Verify free disk space after. Now you see there is not much free disk space left after partition 1.

Resize FileSystem

Resize file system depends on the type of file system you are using. For ext4, do the folllowing.

Check disk using e2fsck

If any errors found, you will be asked to press “y” to fix the errors. After e2fsck run, you can reszie filesystem with command

You have completed resizeing the disk. All you need to do now is

8) Shutdown tmpServer
9) Detact the disk from tmpServer (/dev/xvdf)
10) Attach the disk on original server mainServer as /dev/sda1.

11) start the mainServer.

VMWare esxcli

To list all running VM, run

To list all installed software

Example