command to activate VG on LVM?

February 10th, 2018 No comments

Command to activate VG on LVM?

When you create a volume group, by default, it is activated. Sometimes you may need to activate it manually to make the kernel aware of volume groups.

To activate,

# vhchage -ay my_vg_name

To De-activate,

# vgchnage -an my_vg_name

A command to activate the VG in a cluster?

To activate exclusively on one node,

# vgchange -aey my_vg_name

To deactivate exclusively on one node,

# vgchange -aen my_vg_name

To activate only on the local node,

# vgchange -aly my_vg_name
To deactivate only on the local node,
# vgchange -aln my_vg_name

 

 

Optimize MySQL & Apache on cPanel/WHM server

January 27th, 2018 No comments

Optimize MySQL & Apache on cPanel/WHM server

On this optimization process, we will go over the Apache core configuration and modules that are part of Apache core. We think that with the correct settings of Apache and MySQL you can get excellent results and the correct level of resource use without installing third-party proxy and cache modules. So let’s start,

 

Apache & PHP

In the first stage we run the Easy Apache and selected the following:

  • Apache Version 2.4+

  • PHP Version 5.6+

  • In step 5 “Exhaustive Options List” select

– Deflate

– Expires

– MPM Worker

After Easy Apache finished go to your WHM » Service Configuration » Apache Configuration » “Global Configuration” and set the values by the level of resources available on your server.

Apache Directive       (From 2GB memory or less and to 12GB+ memory)       

StartServers            4       8       16  
MinSpareServers         4       8       16  
MaxSpareServers         8       16      32  
ServerLimit             128         256         512     
MaxRequestWorkers       150         250         500     
MaxConnectionsPerChild      1000        2500        5000 
Keep-Alive          On      On      On
Keep-Alive Timeout      1       1        1
Max Keep-Alive Requests     30      30      30
Timeout             60      60      60

Now go to WHM » Service Configuration » Apache Configuration » Include Editor » “Pre VirtualHost Include” and allow users minimal cache and data compression to allow the server to work less for the same things by pasting the code below into the text field.

# Cache Control Settings for one hour cache
<FilesMatch ".(ico|pdf|flv|jpg|jpeg|png|gif|js|css|swf)$">
Header set Cache-Control "max-age=3600, public"
</FilesMatch>

<FilesMatch ".(xml|txt)$">
Header set Cache-Control "max-age=3600, public, must-revalidate"
</FilesMatch>

<FilesMatch ".(html|htm)$">
Header set Cache-Control "max-age=3600, must-revalidate"
</FilesMatch>

# Mod Deflate performs data compression
<IfModule mod_deflate.c>
<FilesMatch ".(js|css|html|php|xml|jpg|png|gif)$">
SetOutputFilter DEFLATE
BrowserMatch ^Mozilla/4 gzip-only-text/html
BrowserMatch ^Mozilla/4.0[678] no-gzip
BrowserMatch bMSIE no-gzip
</FilesMatch>
</IfModule>

Go to WHM » Service Configuration » “PHP Configuration Editor” and set the parameters according to your needs:

– memory_limit

– max_execution_time

– max_input_time

 

MySQL

For MySQL you need to update the configuration file that usually in /etc/my.cnf

Best config base on 2 core & 4GB memory MySQL 5.6 \ MariaDB 10:

[mysqld]
    local-infile = 0
    max_connections = 250
    key_buffer = 64M
    myisam_sort_buffer_size = 64M
    join_buffer_size = 1M
    read_buffer_size = 1M
    sort_buffer_size = 2M
    max_heap_table_size = 16M
    table_cache = 5000
    thread_cache_size = 286
    interactive_timeout = 25
    wait_timeout = 7000
    connect_timeout = 15
    max_allowed_packet = 16M
    max_connect_errors = 10
    query_cache_limit = 2M
    query_cache_size = 32M
    query_cache_type = 1
    tmp_table_size = 16M
    open_files_limit=25280

[mysqld_safe]

[mysqldump]
    quick
    max_allowed_packet = 16M
[myisamchk]
    key_buffer = 64M
    sort_buffer = 64M
    read_buffer = 16M
    write_buffer = 16M
[mysqlhotcopy]
    interactive-timeout

Best config base on 8 core & 16GB+ memory (Shared server) MySQL 5.6 \ MariaDB 10:

[mysqld]
local-infile=0
max_connections = 600
max_user_connections=1000
key_buffer_size = 512M
myisam_sort_buffer_size = 64M
read_buffer_size = 1M
table_open_cache = 5000
thread_cache_size = 384
wait_timeout = 20
connect_timeout = 10
tmp_table_size = 256M
max_heap_table_size = 128M
max_allowed_packet = 64M
net_buffer_length = 16384
max_connect_errors = 10
concurrent_insert = 2
read_rnd_buffer_size = 786432
bulk_insert_buffer_size = 8M
query_cache_limit = 5M
query_cache_size = 128M
query_cache_type = 1
query_prealloc_size = 262144
query_alloc_block_size = 65535
transaction_alloc_block_size = 8192
transaction_prealloc_size = 4096
max_write_lock_count = 8
slow_query_log
log-error
external-locking=FALSE
open_files_limit=50000

[mysqld_safe]

[mysqldump]
quick
max_allowed_packet = 16M

[isamchk]
key_buffer = 384M
sort_buffer = 384M
read_buffer = 256M
write_buffer = 256M

[myisamchk]
key_buffer = 384M
sort_buffer = 384M
read_buffer = 256M
write_buffer = 256M

sort_buffer_size = 1M
join_buffer_size = 1M
thread_stack = 192K

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How to get mail statistics from your postfix mail logs

January 21st, 2018 No comments

How to get mail statistics from your postfix mail logs

 

Its an amazing tool and will provide you the following details

  • Total number of:
    • Messages received, delivered, forwarded, deferred, bounced and rejected
    • Bytes in messages received and delivered
    • Sending and Recipient Hosts/Domains
    • Senders and Recipients
    • Optional SMTPD totals for number of connections, number of hosts/domains connecting, average connect time and total connect time
  • Per-Day Traffic Summary (for multi-day logs)
  • Per-Hour Traffic (daily average for multi-day logs)
  • Optional Per-Hour and Per-Day SMTPD connection summaries
  • Sorted in descending order:
    • Recipient Hosts/Domains by message count, including:
      • Number of messages sent to recipient host/domain
      • Number of bytes in messages
      • Number of defers
      • Average delivery delay
      • Maximum delivery delay
    • Sending Hosts/Domains by message and byte count
    • Optional Hosts/Domains SMTPD connection summary
    • Senders by message count
    • Recipients by message count
    • Senders by message size
    • Recipients by message size

    with an option to limit these reports to the top nn.

  • A Semi-Detailed Summary of:
    • Messages deferred
    • Messages bounced
    • Messages rejected
  • Summaries of warnings, fatal errors, and panics
  • Summary of master daemon messages

Installation :-

Installation is very simple , just download the package and unzip

  •  wget http://jimsun.linxnet.com/downloads/pflogsumm-1.1.5.tar.gz
  •  tar -zxf pflogsumm-1.1.5.tar.gz
  • chown root:root pflogsumm-1.1.5

 

Generate the statistics  :-

cat /var/log/maillog | ./pflogsumm.pl
( The above command will generate a detailed statistics as follows )

 

Grand Totals
————
messages

118 received
319 delivered
1 forwarded
6 deferred (1597 deferrals)
18 bounced
20 rejected (5%)
0 reject warnings
0 held
0 discarded (0%)

5452k bytes received
277987k bytes delivered
76 senders
49 sending hosts/domains
128 recipients
37 recipient hosts/domains

Per-Day Traffic Summary
date received delivered deferred bounced rejected
——————————————————————–
Jan 13 2018 51 251 476 14 9
Jan 14 2018 17 16 522 2 5
Jan 15 2018 43 45 527 2 6
Jan 16 2018 7 7 72

Per-Hour Traffic Daily Average
time received delivered deferred bounced rejected
——————————————————————–
0000-0100 0 1 19 0 0
0100-0200 1 1 13 0 0
0200-0300 1 1 13 0 0
0300-0400 1 1 19 0 0
0400-0500 1 1 14 0 0
0500-0600 0 0 7 0 0
0600-0700 1 1 13 0 0
0700-0800 1 1 13 0 0
0800-0900 0 0 7 0 0
0900-1000 2 2 14 0 1
1000-1100 5 51 32 3 0
1100-1200 1 1 33 0 0
1200-1300 1 4 14 0 0
1300-1400 2 2 20 0 0
1400-1500 2 2 20 0 0
1500-1600 4 4 14 0 0
1600-1700 1 1 20 0 0
1700-1800 2 2 20 0 1
1800-1900 1 2 14 1 0
1900-2000 1 1 13 0 2
2000-2100 1 1 19 0 0
2100-2200 1 1 19 0 0
2200-2300 1 1 13 0 0
2300-2400 1 1 19 0 1

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Can’t locate DateTime perl module

July 22nd, 2017 No comments

If you are getting below error while installing any application on linux then perl date time module is missing.

Can’t locate DateTime.
pm in @INC (@INC contains: /usr/local/lib/perl5 /usr/local/share/perl5 /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/lib/perl5 /usr/share/perl5 .) at gatherbot_en.pl line 13.
BEGIN failed–compilation aborted at gatherbot_en.pl line 13.

You can use below command to install Datetime on server.

yum install perl-DateTime-TimeZone

After that if you are getting below error.

Can’t locate Date/Parse.pm in @INC

Then please run below command. It will ask to install some modules then keep on typing yes or hit enter.

cpan install Date::Parse

 

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How to change the color of your BASH prompt

May 11th, 2017 No comments

How to change the color of your BASH prompt

You can change the color of your BASH prompt to green with this command:

export PS1=”\e[0;32m[\[email protected]\h \W]\$ \e[m”

It will change the colour of bash temporarily. To make it permanent then add code in bash_profile page.

vi ~/.bash_profile

and paste above code save the file and you are done.

For other colors please see the attached list:

Color Code
Black 0;30
Blue 0;34
Green 0;32
Cyan 0;36
Red 0;31
Purple 0;35
Brown 0;33
Blue 0;34
Green 0;32
Cyan 0;36
Red 0;31
Purple 0;35
Brown 0;33
Light Color Code
Light Black 1;30
Light Blue 1;34
Light Green 1;32
Light Cyan 1;36
Light Red 1;31
Light Purple 1;35
Light Brown 1;33
Light Blue 1;34
Light Green 1;32
Light Cyan 1;36
Light Red 1;31
Light Purple 1;35
Light Brown 1;33

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Amazon S3 bucket commands

May 11th, 2017 No comments

1. Delete an S3 bucket and all its contents with just one command

Sometimes you may end up with a bucket full of hundreds or thousands of files that you no longer need. If you have ever had to delete a substantial number of items in S3, you know that this can be a little time consuming. The following command will  delete a bucket and all of its content including directories:

aws s3 rb s3://bucket-name –force

2. Recursively copy a directory and its subfolders from your PC to Amazon S3

If you have used the S3 Console, at some stage, you’ve probably found yourself having to copy a ton of files to a bucket from your PC. It can be a little clunky at times, especially if you have multiple directory levels that need to be copied. The following AWS CLI command will make the process a little easier, as it will copy a directory and all of its sub folders from your PC to Amazon S3 to a specified region.

aws s3 cp MyFolder s3://bucket-name/Foldername — recursive

aws s3 sync “My Folder” s3://bukcet-name/“My Folder”

3. Display subsets of all available ec2 images

The following will display all available ec2 images, filtered to include only those built on Ubuntu (assuming, of course, that you’re working from a terminal on a Linux or Mac machine).

aws ec2 describe-images | grep ubuntu

Warning: this may take a few minutes.

4. List users in a different format

Sometimes, depending on the output format you chose as default, when you invoke long lists – like a large set of users – the display format can be a little hard to read. Including the –output parameter with, say, the table argument, will display a nice, easy-to-read table this one time without having to change your default.

aws iam list-users –output table

5.  List the sizes of an S3 bucket and its contents

The following command uses JSON output to list the size of a bucket and the items stored within. This might come in handy when auditing what is taking up all your S3 storage.

aws s3api list-objects –bucket BUCKETNAME –output json –query “[sum(Contents[].Size), length(Contents[])]”

6. Move S3 bucket to different location

If you need to quickly move an S3 bucket to a different location, then this command just might save you a ton of time.

aws s3 sync s3://oldbucket s3://newbucket –source-region us-west-1 –region us-west-2

 

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How to extend disk space in windows 2012

May 10th, 2017 No comments

How to extend disk space in windows 2012

Login to windows. Click on Start run and type cmd.

In windows command prompt.

run diskpart.exe

DISKPART prompt will come.

diskpart >list volume

Above command will show list of volumes.

Select volume volume number

It will select the volume which you want to extend.

extend filesystem

It will extend filesystem size.

Once done. Close the command prompt and refresh windows explorer. If still it is showing old space then try rebooting the server.

 

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dd command to migrate VPS on linux platform

May 10th, 2017 No comments

dd command to migrate VPS on linux platform.

First create new vps with same configuration on another node. It doesn’t matter new vps is having os or not or you can choose any OS.

Once same configuration VPS setup done then use below command to migrate VPS.

dd if=/dev/guestos/kvm2351_img | ssh 10.10.10.10 “dd of=/dev/guestos/kvm2520_img”

Once migration is completed then try starting VPS on new node.

 

 

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Kill restore process in new cpanel

October 14th, 2014 No comments

Kill restore process in new cpanel

 

In new cpanel/WHM when we try to kill restore process it is still showing in WHM >> restore full backup. Below are the steps to remove that process from WHM.

You can manually mark the transfer as completed using the following instructions:

Ensure the transfer is no longer running by clicking on the “View” option under “Sessions in Progress” for this transfer. In the new window, there will be a line that looks like this:

You may close this window and view the transfer on the command line: /usr/local/cpanel/bin/view_transfer 1071601843quick20141013154952IAZhRro

Access your server via SSH and run that command (the transfer name will be different on your server):

/usr/local/cpanel/bin/view_transfer 1071601843quick20141013154952IAZhRro

As an example, you might see output like this:

Transfer running with pid: paused
[795 ][MASTER ]: Start Session
[795 ][MASTER ]: Version: 1.9

You will note that the master PID for this transfer is xxx. If the process still exists, and the transfer has failed, then you can kill that process:

kill -9 xxx

The next step requires you to change the entry for this transfer in the whmxfer.sessions table in MySQL. Find the entry with the session ID for your migration. In the example we have been using, it’s ‘ 1071601843quick20141013154952IAZhRro .’ It will look like this:

mysql -e “select * from whmxfer.sessions where sessionid=’1071601843quick20141013152137YIVT7Ze'”
+————————————–+————–+——-+———+———————–+————-+——-+———————+———+
| sessionid | initiator | pid | version | target_host | source_host | state | starttime | endtime |
+————————————–+————–+——-+———+———————–+————-+——-+———————+———+
| 1071601843quick20141013152137YIVT7Ze | quickrestore | 21295 | 1.9 | vps1.insurancedxb.com | localhost | 50 | 2014-10-13 08:21:37 | NULL |
+————————————–+————–+——-+———+———————–+————-+——-+———————+———+

You will need to change the ‘state’ field to 100, and change the ‘endtime’ field from NULL to a time after the ‘starttime’ field:

mysql -e “update whmxfer.sessions set state=’100′, endtime=’2014-10-14 09:37:52′ where sessionid=’1071601843quick20141013152137YIVT7Ze'”

If you check it again then you will notice that process ended.

+————————————–+————–+——-+———+———————–+————-+——-+———————+———————+
| sessionid | initiator | pid | version | target_host | source_host | state | starttime | endtime |
+————————————–+————–+——-+———+———————–+————-+——-+———————+———————+
| 1071601843quick20141013152137YIVT7Ze | quickrestore | 21295 | 1.9 | vps1.insurancedxb.com | localhost | 100 | 2014-10-13 08:21:37 | 2014-10-14 09:37:52 |
+————————————–+————–+——-+———+———————–+————-+——-+———————+———————+

The transfer should then no longer appear under “Sessions in Progress.”

You can reconfirm the same by login into WHM.

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How to replace MySQL with MariaDB in cpanel

September 30th, 2014 No comments

Backup existing MySQL data

Make sure to save all existing data just in case there are any issues.

cp -Rf /var/lib/mysql /var/lib/mysql-old
mv /etc/my.cnf /etc/my.cnf-old

Disable the targets so cPanel no longer handles MySQL updates

The following will mark the versions of MySQL we distribute as uninstalled so they are no longer maintained by cPanel/WHM

/scripts/update_local_rpm_versions –edit target_settings.MySQL50 uninstalled
/scripts/update_local_rpm_versions –edit target_settings.MySQL51 uninstalled
/scripts/update_local_rpm_versions –edit target_settings.MySQL55 uninstalled

Remove existing MySQL RPM’s so theres a clean slate for MariaDB

The below command will uninstall the MySQL RPM’s!

/scripts/check_cpanel_rpms –fix –targets=MySQL50,MySQL51,MySQL55

Create a yum repository for MariaDB

vi /etc/yum.repos.d/MariaDB.repo

place the following inside of it depending on the DISTRO (https://downloads.mariadb.org/mariadb/repositories/):

[mariadb]
name = MariaDB
baseurl = http://yum.mariadb.org/5.5.29/centos6-amd64/
gpgkey=https://yum.mariadb.org/RPM-GPG-KEY-MariaDB
gpgcheck=1

Remove php from the /etc/yum.conf file then run the following commands

yum install MariaDB-server MariaDB-client MariaDB-devel
/etc/init.d/mysql start
mysql_upgrade
/etc/init.d/mysql restart

Add php back to the /etc/yum.conf file to ensure future php updates don’t get clobbered

Rebuild easyapache/php to ensure modules are intact/working

/scripts/easyapache –build

 

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