Top Useful Copy-Paste Commands For Apache Solr

Create an user To create an user in Solr, first, you need to enable authentication plugin by creating a file named security.json under /var/solr/data. Enter into your Solr environment (docker or command line where you have Solr installed) and execute the following command: This command creates the security.json file at the correct location and also… Continue reading Top Useful Copy-Paste Commands For Apache Solr

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Setup OpenProject With Docker & Nginx(with SSL)

So I recently need to manage some internal projects and don’t want to use a subscription from sites like Jira. After considering some open source options, I chose OpenProject since it’s quite simple to use (unlike redmine). Setting up the site is quite simple, especially with docker. Let’s get started. Configure a domain for the… Continue reading Setup OpenProject With Docker & Nginx(with SSL)

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Basic setups for working with Kubernetes

When working with kubernetes (maybe in a CKA exam), you work with terminal most of the time. Configuring the environment properly is vital to save you time. Here are things I do first when entering a new environment (Kubernetes Playground | Katacoda, for example). Enable bash completion Honestly, I don’t use this much. However, occasionally,… Continue reading Basic setups for working with Kubernetes

Affinity and Antiaffinity in Kubernetes simplified

Studying Affinity and AntiAffinity can be challenging due to the length of the official documentation. This post is not intended to replace the official docs but to provide a bird’s-eye view of the structure. Some takeaways: affinity is a sub section of pod’s spec The diagram as follow: The full diagram as follow: Please ignore… Continue reading Affinity and Antiaffinity in Kubernetes simplified