EPOCH time

The Unix epoch (or Unix time or POSIX time or Unix timestamp) is the number of seconds that have elapsed since January 1, 1970 (midnight UTC/GMT), not counting leap seconds (in ISO 8601: 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z). to convert epoch time: perl -le ‘print scalar localtime $ARGV[0]’ 1510686308 Tue Nov 14 14:05:08 2017  

Rename VM Folder and Files in ESXI Shell

I had to do this when there is no vmotion available – Tested in ESXi 6.5   enable SSH on your ESXi host Use Putty or something similar to connect to the ESXi host Run the following commands (in italics) cd /vmfs/volumes/<datastore name> ie if the datastore containing the VM is named datastore1 then you would […]

Centos 7/RHEL 7 LVS HAPROXY KEEPALIVED

Credit: CertDepot: Presentation For this tutorial, you need 2 virtual/physical servers for the load-balancers and 2 virtual/physical servers to load-balance. In addition to the 4 IP addresses needed by the servers themselves, a fifth virtual IP address (VIP) is necessary. The two load-balancers and the VIP need to be in the same network segment. Piranha […]

WEBLOGIC install

Installation of Weblogic Application Server Copy the install files to the Linux machine, using Winscp or the mv command as mentioned in the basic commands section Grant all permissions to the file : chmod a+x wls1033_linux32.bin Run the bin file to start the installation ./wls1033_linux32.bin Until the Choose the Home Directory option comes, Choose the […]

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