Jekyll is a static website generator you can use for developing simple websites. If you are running Jekyll on your desktop, you can view your static website by running a local server. If you want the leave the web server up and running in the background all the time, you can run this command instead.
# normally you run this command
# running it in the background
jekyll serve > /dev/null 2>&1 &
# add incremental which builds only deltas
jekyll serve --incremental > /dev/null 2>&1 &
To kill the server, run the following.
# find jekyll server process
ps -ef | grep jekyll
# substitute pid# with process id
kill -9 pid#
Test if the GCP Load Balancer is working by sending a curl command from the backend VM.
Assume the load balancer IP address is 10.1.2.99, and the VM is called vm-a1.
The end result is …
Make sure there’s an entry in the local table that matches the IP of the load balancer.
ip route show table local | grep 10.1.2.99
If not, add it.
ip route add to local 10.1.2.99/32 dev eth0 proto 66
The chrony service actually does not change the time. The misconception is that the chrony service is setting the time given by the NTP server. This is not what’s happening. The chrony service is just telling the system clock to go faster or slower. This is the reason why sometimes even though the time is wrong and the NTP server is working, the time does not get corrected immediately. It takes a little while.
Check if rpcbind is running.
service rpcbind status|start|stop|restart
Or you can also clean the NFS cache.
service rpcbind stop
service nfslock stop
rm -rf /var/lib/nfs/statd/sm/*
rm -rf /var/lib/nfs/statd/sm.bak/*
service rpcbind start
service nfslock start
How to start/stop/restart/status TrendMicro Security agent.
Check if installed.
rpm -qa | grep 'ds_agent'
Install with verbose and hash.
Uninstall with verbose.