Convert RedHat to CentOS And Save Money Today!

Thursday, July 25, 2019

Discussing how to convert RedHat to CentOS has been an increasingly common topic with IBM’s acquisition of RedHat. Many organizations are reviewing their RedHat agreements and asking themselves what they get from their RedHat licensing and support dollars. RHEL resellers are also concerned that their biggest competitor and RedHat reseller (IBM) is now in complete… Read more »

PHP-FPM Chroot “security library: invalid algorithm”

Thursday, October 18, 2018

After an OS update on one of our client servers we witnessed a perplexing error in their chrooted PHP-FPM environment: security library: invalid algorithm This is produced when the chroot’s libraries were out of sync with the base system, in our case updating usr/lib64 fixed it. A simple fix but took a significant amount of… Read more »

SOLVED: Can’t Connect to Linux Server Behind NAT From Linux/FreeBSD But Can From Windows

Friday, November 17, 2017

Strange networking behavior while trying to access a Linux server via NAT? Does it work from one computer but not another? We may have the solution! We recently ran across a situation where a Linux server was behind NAT (for VPN purposes), and we could access it just fine from a Windows 10 computer, however… Read more »

A-Team Secure Off-Site Backup Storage

Monday, September 8, 2014

Secure, smart and easy: How off-site backups should be! Off-site backups are a critical part of properly managing colocated or locally hosted servers. Any kind of backup makes good business sense for many reasons — for example, they keep you running after accidentally deleting a file or a server compromise. However, off-site backups are key… Read more »

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