Tag:User group

  • Building SVN server under cenos 6.4

    Time:2020-3-19

    Preparations for SVN installation Install SVN first #yum install httpd mod_dav_svn subversion mod_ssl Test whether Apache and SVN are installed correctly: #service httpd status #svn –version If the output is normal, we can configure it next Configure SVN Initialize version warehouse New SVN directory #mkdir /root/svn New SVN warehouse #svnadmin create /root/svn/project Initialize version warehouse […]

  • CentOS 7 environment building (JDK, Tomcat, MySQL)

    Time:2020-3-12

    JDK Document preparationDownload jdk-8u121-linux-x64.tar.gz Directory preparation Command (enter directory): CD / MNT Command (create directory): MKDIR / JDK Command: CD / usr / local/ Command: MKDIR Java Command: CD Java Command: MKDIR jdk8 Put the downloaded JDK file under / MNT / JDK Extract the file to the specified directory Command (extract to the specified […]

  • Oracle change password

    Time:2020-3-12

    Sys is the most privileged user in Oracle, while system is a user for database management. After the database is installed, the passwords of sys and system users should be modified immediately to ensure the security of the database.   Change password method after installation Input sqlplus / as SYSDBA under CMD command line; Method […]

  • Svn brief introduction and service building

    Time:2020-3-1

    brief introduction Svn is a cross platform version control system, which manages all kinds of data changed over time, which are stored in the central data archive; SVN will back up and record the changes of each file, so that it is very convenient to restore the file to any time point version. Install and […]

  • CentOS system management user and user group details

    Time:2020-2-29

    1: New users and user groups: useradd and groupadd 1. Parameters of useradd: -u: Specify uid tag number -d: Specify the host directory, default to / home / user name -e: Specify the account expiration time (usermod also has this option below) -g: Specify the base group to which you belong (group name or GID) […]

  • Microservice architecture description

    Time:2020-2-27

    Microservice architecture description.md brief introduction Microservice is an architectural style. A large complex software application consists of one or more microservices. Each microservice in the system can be deployed independently, and each microservice is loosely coupled. Each microservice focuses on only one task and accomplishes it well. In all cases, each task represents a small […]

  • Install R & D server

    Time:2020-2-26

    It’s really a process of energy consuming to reinstall the server, especially the whole data backup with ghost, the snail like speed of data recovery with ghost, and the abnormal problem of software for the first time in ghost’s life. It’s really painful. From now on, maybe it’s better to use imagex to back up […]

  • Using non root user to operate docker

    Time:2020-2-21

    This article is reproduced on the Internet: https://blog.csdn.net/lynnyq/ By default, the docker command uses UNIX socket to communicate with the docker engine. Only root and docker group users can access the UNIX socket of docker engine. For security reasons, root is not directly used on Linux systems. Therefore, it is better to add users who […]

  • Create a super hidden user

    Time:2020-2-17

      1. First create a hidden account by command net user test$ 123.com /add In net user We found that we can’t see users, but we can see them in user groups First, disable joining the administrator group We can name the user as the same user name above. It is disabled to confuse the […]

  • Svn learning record

    Time:2020-2-5

    1. Linux SVN environment construction 1. Preparation Install SVN #Check if SVN is installed on the server rpm -qa subversion Svn unloading yum remove subversion #yum install httpd mod_dav_svn subversion mod_ssl 2. Test whether the installation is correct: #svn –version If the output is normal, we can configure it next Configure SVN New SVN directory […]

  • How to change the chgrp under CentOS

    Time:2020-1-31

    Changing the user group of a file is very simple. You can use chgrp directly. This command is the abbreviation of change group. It’s easy to remember. Remember, however, that to change the name of the user group that you become, you must exist in / etc / group or an error will be displayed. […]