Create RAID Level 10 (RAID 1+0) on Ubuntu 20.04

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Create RAID Level 10 (RAID 1+0) on Ubuntu 20.04
Software RAID levels can be managed using mdadm tool on Linux. In this tutorial, you will learn how to create RAID Level 10 (RAID 1+0) on Ubuntu 20.04 using mdadm utility. There are different levels of RAID configurations ranging from 0-9. Some levels, such as RAID level 1 (mirroring) and RAID level 0 (striping) can be combined to provide...

How to Use Your Strengths as An Introvert to Run a Successful Online Business

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Tips for Starting a Successful Small Business as an Introvert/ How to Use Your Strengths as An Introvert to Run a Successful Online Business
Are you among those who always dreamt of being someone out there making good money but something inside you stops you from stepping out? Is social interaction not your comfort zone, and you don’t like to be in the middle of any confrontations or negotiations with strangers.  Do you only find solace within the limits of your own private and...

How Marketing Messages Can Help Your Product Reach More People

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How Marketing Messages Can Help Your Product Reach More People
Reaching a large number of people with your products and services can prove to be a difficult task if it is not done in the right way. Even when you have those amazing products you know people would need and love, getting it to the right audience or a large number of people would be a major concern. If...

Setup Software RAID on Rocky Linux 8

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Setup Software RAID on Rocky Linux 8
In this tutorial, you will learn how to setup software raid on Rocky Linux 8. RAID is an acronym for Redundant Array of Independent Disks. The term inexpensive can occasionally be used instead of independent, to mean Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks. RAID is used to combine multiple devices/inexpensive disk drives into an array which yields performance that is better than that...

Setup Software RAID on Debian 10

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Setup Software RAID on Debian 10
In this tutorial, you will learn how to setup software raid on Debian 10. RAID is an acronym for Redundant Array of Independent Disks. The term inexpensive can occasionally be used instead of independent. RAID is used to combine multiple devices/inexpensive disk drives into an array which yields performance that is better than that of one large and expensive drive. Some of the...

Easy way to Setup NFS Server on Ubuntu 20.04

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Setup NFS Server on Ubuntu 20.04
In this tutorial, we will discuss how to setup NFS server on Ubuntu 20.04 server. Network File system (NFS) is a commonly used file-based storage system that allows remote systems to access files over a computer network and interact with them as if they were locally mounted. This enables system Administrators to group resources onto centralized servers on a network for easy sharing. Setup...

Quick Way to Setup Samba File Server on Debian 10

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Setup Samba File Server on Debian 10
In this tutorial, you will learn a quick way to setup Samba file server on Debian 10. Samba is an opensource suite that implements the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol. Microsoft Windows operating systems and the OS/2 operating system use SMB to perform client-server networking for file and printer sharing and associated operations. Running on a Unix system, it allows Windows to share...

How to Access Samba Share on Linux and Windows Systems

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Easily Install and Configure Samba File Server on Ubuntu 20.04
Follow through this tutorial to learn how to access Samba share on Linux and Windows systems. In our previous guide, we learnt how to install and configure standalone Samba server Share on Ubuntu 20.04. Easily Install and Configure Samba File Server on Ubuntu 20.04 How to Access Samba Share on Linux and Windows Systems First off, verify that you can access the...

Easily Install and Configure Samba File Server on Ubuntu 20.04

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Easily Install and Configure Samba File Server on Ubuntu 20.04
In this tutorial, you will learn how to easily install and configure Samba file server on Ubuntu 20.04. Samba is an opensource suite that implements the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol. Microsoft Windows operating systems and the OS/2 operating system use SMB to perform client-server networking for file and printer sharing and associated operations. Running on a Unix system,...

Useful Facts About Setting Up Mobile Rugged Servers

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Useful Facts About Setting Up Mobile Rugged Servers
Modern warfare is evolving. Having boots on the ground is still the most important component of winning any conflict, however, the battlespace has changed significantly in recent years. There has been a massive increase in the proliferation of digital technologies in all aspects of warfare.  The changing landscape of warfare has identified the need for mobile server stations to handle...