Serving Authenticated Static Content was pretty expensive before today

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It has always been the pain when we need to server authenticated static content. Because we are bound with programming framework to handle the authentication job. And once authenticated,

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My First post with Jekyll

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In this blog i do not have any thing particular to talk about. So it is just an introduction of my new blog built on Jekyll. Since it is Jekyll based, so i've used Travis-CI for building and github for hosting this blog.

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ElasticSearch restore failed when s3-gateway is activated

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Hufffff, Unfortunately i met this edge case. I have recovered from this situation. Here’s my scenario.

  • I am on ElasticSearch Version 1.1.0
  • I have two data nodes. One is primary and other is replica.
  • I am taking regular snapshots of my indexes.
  • I am no more taking snapshots, So I have installed s3-gateway plugin to keep updating s3 buckets for persistent indexes.

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How to install go-daddy ssl certificate on amazon load balancer

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I was struggling around to install SSL Certificate on ELB. And finally i’ve made that. Following are the steps you need to follow.

Requirements & Prerequisites:

  1. Linux having openssl and apache installed.
  2. Open shell terminal on your Linux Box.

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Logical Volume Manager (LVM) can help if you are out of space

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Today i was wondering when i found, my ubuntu server’s home partition is about to finish. It was having lots of projects we are working on. Replacing the old hardisk with the new of bigger size is one solution but it is so much time consuming. Ohhhh it is so scary. Copy every thing from old to new hard drive. Install every single application and library my scripts needed.

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Our development workflow with gitflow

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We are using git since 2009. Recently we have been forced by a platform to implement better development workflow. Where we handle better branching, code releases etc. And we found gitflow, A collection of git extensions provide high level of git based operations.

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Round-robin at application level to Balance MySQL Database Load

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Round robin technique facilitates you to distribute your read queries on number of available resources even if all servers are located at different locations. Huge traffic sites like Facebook has to has such techniques working at the background to serve as fast as possible.

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How to create custom amazon AMI throught CLI Commands

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Today, i am going to explain how you can create custom amazon ami to launch instance anytime later. This will have you clone of your server anytime you need. I am considering you are able to login your current running instance and you also have your private key and certificate downloaded on some location.

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Solr setup debian (lenny) + tomcat6 + solr

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I am working on a task to set solr enterprise search for elgg. I am as digging as getting surprised with this amazing search utility. First i am going to explain how to install solr with tomcat6.x.

Requirements:

  1. JDK, JRE (OpenJDK, SunJDK)
  2. Tomcat6.x
  3. Latest solr

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My first freeBSD experience

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I am working on linux since 2008. I am extensive user of linux even my development environment is on linux. In linux i like debian based distributions. Ubuntu for is desktop friendlyness and Debian(lenny) for it’s stability. Right now, i am using debian lenny. There was 0 crash on my AMD64. So today i decide to give try to freeBSD.

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