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Jenkins: centralizing the management of scheduled tasks

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Jenkins is a free open source software for continuous integration. It is normally used by development equipment to ensure non-regression of source code. In turn, it is possible to use Jenkins as a scheduler to centralize the administration of scheduled Windows and / or Linux tasks. I propose in this article to explain how to use Jenkins to manage scheduled…

Starwind: setting up a highly available storage

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StarWind Virtual SAN is software that turns Windows into an iSCSI target server. The advantage of StarWind is that it can be used to put the storage in high availability by installing two StarWind servers, because this is managed at the software level, it can be used with any type of storage (SAN, DAS) and it is independent of the…


WordPress: show similar articles without plugins

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Introduction In this article, I propose a PHP function to display similar articles on your WordPress site. Following the hacking of the plugin Yuzo Related Post that I used on the site, I finally decided to do without plugin to do that. To have a demo, I invite you to browse the site to see the result. The code In…

GPO: Installing the FusionInventory Agent

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Introduction Following the many messages I can see on the forum concerning the installation of the Agent FusionInventory, I will explain how I have been doing for several years. In this article, I’ll explain how to install the FusionInventory agent using a script that runs when the machine starts. It is possible to install the agent with a login script…

Veeam ONE: installation and configuration

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Veeam ONE is a “free” software package offered by Veeam for virtual infrastructure supervision. Veeam ONE consists of software: Veeam ONE Monitor which allows the supervision of hypervisors (Hyper-V and VMware) and virtual machines. It is also possible Veeam ONE Reporter which allows to generate reports on the virtual environment. 1. Mount the ISO on the server where Veeam ONE…

PRTG: Supervision of a QNAP NAS

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Presentation In this tutorial, I will explain how to supervise a QNAP NAS with PRTG. PRTG integrates a model for QNAP NAS that allows the automatic creation of the following sensors: QNAP system status Physical disks Logical disks. Configure the SNMP Agent on the NAS 1. On the NAS web interface, open the control panel and click SNMP 1 .…

PRTG: equipment dependent on a parent

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Introduction PRTG allows you to create dependencies between multiple devices. This allows in case of failure of a device to pass the others automatically paused. This parameter can be used with servers and a switch. In this tutorial, we will use it to bind a server to a database instance. If on a server, there are several Oracle / SQL…

PRTG: Configure a Netflow Sensor

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PRTG has a Netflow sensor, which makes it possible to transform it into a Netflow server so that network flows can be analyzed. Before configuring the sensor, you must set the network equipment to send the streams to PRTG. 1. From the equipment, add sensor 1 . 2. In the search area 1 enter netflow then click on the Netflow sensor…

Convert a VMware VM to Hyper-V with 5Nine V2V Easy Converter

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In this tutorial, we will see how to convert a VM on VMware to Hyper-V with 5Nine V2V Easy Converter. Il est possible également d’utiliser l’outil pour faire la conversion dans l’autre sens. Prerequisites Install 5Nine V2V Easy Converter on a server with sufficient disk space for temporary storage of the vmdk. It is possible to install the software on…

GLPI: add custom fields

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In this tutorial, we will see how to add custom fields using the Fields plugin. Fields allows you to add custom field blocks in the different elements of GLPI to customize the information. To illustrate this tutorial, we will add fields to the computers to save the backup information. For the fields, I relied on the Veeam software. Here are…

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