Initialize the swarm docker swarm init –listen-addr 184.108.40.206:3000 –advertise-addr 10.10.0.6 We need the –advertise-addr because there are two IP addresses assigned to the same interface. Create a service docker service create –name my-service –publish 3000:3000 my-image:1.0.0 Set the service to be hosted on two nodes docker service update –replicas 2 my-service
This post about systemd has been published from a draft, so it’s not been proofed for publication. I find it useful, so I would like it readily available on-line. If you find anything wrong with it, please Ubuntu, like many GNU/Linux distributions, uses systemd. systemd is a system used by the OS tor manage process, […]
Here’s a list of privileges to revoke to enable complete removal of a user from a PostgreSQL database.
Part of the standard way to handle time on computers is to set the hardware clock (a.k.a. the BIOS clock) to UTC. Then users can select a timezone for displaying as their system time. Contrary to this conventional way of doing things, the Windows operating system sets the hardware clock to the configured local time. […]
I’ve used mostly MySQL in the past, but a recent project called for working with PostgreSQL. The most immediate difference was that databases and schemas were semantically different. I took a liking to the DBMS – database management system, and plan to be using it in future projects. So, here I will notate some commands […]