The VMware vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) propose several disk sizing at the time of deployment. Eventually, disk shortage may occur, especially for the /var/log disk. This example assume you want to increase the default 10 Gb /var/log volume located on the virtual Hard Disk 5. 1. From the vCenter oe ESXi WebUI, edit the VCSA… Read More »
Morpheus Cloud Management Platform 5.1.1 error out as followed when installing the Debian package :
* file[/etc/sudoers.d/80-morpheus-app] action create
* Parent directory /etc/sudoers.d does not exist.
Error executing action `create` on resource 'file[/etc/sudoers.d/80-morpheus-app]'
Parent directory /etc/sudoers.d does not exist.
As obviously stated in the message, the folder “/etc/sudoers.d” does not exist, so the installer error out and exit. The fix is as easy as creating the folder :
You may now install the package again and the… Read More »
By default, ext4 formatted drive will automatically reserve 5% of the allocated space for root user, which reduce the total available space for other users or the application you may want to use that drive for. This 5% ratio make sense on small volumes and purposes like the root (/) filesystem, but does not make… Read More »
Upgrade from ownCloud 10.8.0 to 10.9.0 return the following error : Repair warning: No marketplace connection: Client error response [url] https://marketplace.owncloud.com/api/v1/platform/10.9.0/apps.json [status code] 403 [reason phrase] Forbidden This is a known behavior caused by missing ownCloud Marketplace API key. If no other error has been displayed following your upgrade process, simply do the following steps… Read More »
VMware vSphere products are available for free evaluation and come with a 60 days trial period, which should be enough for most but you may be caught at some point in a situation where you need to have a bit more time to try things out. Please note that this method isn’t approved or supported… Read More »
You finally nailed all the requirement for Windows upgrade, where the PC Health Check confirms but unfortunately, Windows Update keep telling you “This PC doesn’t meet all the minimum requirements to run Windows 11”. Fortunately for you, this is a cosmetic error and should vanish if you manually force the status with the command below… Read More »
Everyone used to cPanel is used to the traditional installation with EasyApache (ea-php). However, PHP Selector works differently and use “alt-php” packages. Here is how to add the missing/latest versions to PHP Selector : 1. Make sure you have a complete backup first (yes, I’ve stated the obvious!) ; 2. Login to your server using… Read More »
If your ownCloud installation was deployed using the APT repository, you most likely noticed that it no longer update to newer version using the traditional “apt-get update && apt-get upgrade” command after editing the repo version number. This is because ownCloud removed the “owncloud-files” from newer release which was replaced by “owncloud-complete-files”. To upgrade to… Read More »
If you attempted to upgrade from ownCloud 10.7.0 to 10.8.0 using the APT repository, you most likely encountered a signature error as followed : Get:11 https://download.owncloud.org/download/repositories/10.8.0/Debian_10 Release [964 B] Get:12 https://download.owncloud.org/download/repositories/10.8.0/Debian_10 Release.gpg [481 B] Ign:12 https://download.owncloud.org/download/repositories/10.8.0/Debian_10 Release.gpg Reading package lists… Done W: GPG error: https://download.owncloud.org/download/repositories/10.8.0/Debian_10 Release: The following signatures were invalid: DDA2C105C4B73A6649AD2BBD47AE7F72479BC94B E: The repository… Read More »
God Mode has been around since Windows 7 and one of the best way to quicky get to “under the hood” features quickly and efficiently. The concept to get into God Mode is the same as it always had – you basically need to create an empty folder with a certain text string to create… Read More »