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Linux - disk reseize on the fly

  Expansion of disk space "on the fly" in Linux-systems is possible both when using LVM and using ext3 / ext4 file systems.   When using LVM on the system We run the fdisk -l command in order to make sure that the volume of the disk (virtual or physical, it does not matter) has increased. fdisk -l Disk /dev/vda: 300 GiB, 322122547200 bytes, 629145600 sectorsUnits: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytesSector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytesI/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytesDisklabel type: dosDisk identifier: 0xf8e4f5ceDevice Boot Start End Sectors Size Id Type/dev/vda1 * 2048 499711 497664 243M 83 Linux/dev/vda2 501758 629145599 628643842 30G 5 Extended/dev/vda5 501760 629145599 6286 ... See more

Create date 11.11.2020

How to setup MySQL server 8.0 on Debian based systems

  MySQL is an open-source relational database management system (RDBMS) with a client-server model.   In Debian 10, MariaDB, a community fork of the MySQL project, is packaged as the default MySQL variant. Although MariaDB works well in most cases, if you want features that are only available in Oracle MySQL, you can install and use packages from the repository maintained by the MySQL developers.   To install the latest version of MySQL, we will add this repository, install the MySQL software itself, secure the installation, and finally verify that MySQL is running and responding to commands.   We will show you how to install MySQL-server on Debian-like operating systems such as Debian 9/10, Ubuntu 18/19/20.   !!! All commands are executed in privileged mode. To enter it, you ... See more

Create date 27.11.2020