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Amazon Personalize now offers automatic solution training

19 April 2024 @ 9:43 pm

Amazon Personalize is excited to announce automatic training for solutions. With automatic training, developers can set a cadence for their Personalize solutions to automatically retrain using the latest data from their dataset group. This process creates a newly trained machine learning (ML) model, also known as a solution version, and maintains the relevance of Amazon Personalize recommendations for end users. 

Amazon Simple Email Service is now available in the AWS GovCloud (US-East) Region

19 April 2024 @ 9:37 pm

Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES) is now available in the AWS GovCloud (US-East) Region, giving government customers and their partners the benefits of Amazon SES.

IAM Roles Anywhere now supports modifying the mapping of certificate attributes

19 April 2024 @ 6:59 pm

AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) Roles Anywhere now provides the capability to define a set of mapping rules, allowing you to specify which data is extracted from your X.509 end-entity certificates. The data that is mapped is referred to as attributes and used as session tags in the IAM policy condition in order to allow or deny permissions. These attributes can be in one of the subject, issuer, or subject alternative name (SAN) fields of the X.509 certificate.

Amazon EMR on EKS now supports Apache Livy

19 April 2024 @ 6:38 pm

Today, we are excited to announce that customers will now be able to use Apache Livy to submit their Apache Spark jobs to Amazon EMR on EKS, in addition to using StartJobRun API, Spark Operator, Spark Submit and Interactive Endpoints. With this launch, customers will be able to use a REST interface to easily submit Spark jobs or snippets of Spark code, retrieve results synchronously or asynchronously while continuing to get all of the Amazon EMR on EKS benefits such as EMR optimized Spark runtime, SSL secured Livy endpoint, programmatic set-up experience etc.

Amazon SageMaker enables Projects in SageMaker Studio

19 April 2024 @ 5:14 pm

Amazon SageMaker enables SageMaker Projects in the updated SageMaker Studio experience. Prior to this SageMaker Projects were available only in SageMaker Studio classic.

AWS Elastic Disaster Recovery now supports AWS Outposts Racks

19 April 2024 @ 5:10 pm

Today, AWS Elastic Disaster Recovery (AWS DRS) announces support of AWS Outposts racks. With this launch, you can now set your data replication and recovery destinations to AWS Outposts racks, in addition to using AWS Regions and Availability Zones where AWS DRS is available.

Amazon EC2 R6gd instances are now available in Europe (Zurich) region

19 April 2024 @ 5:07 pm

Starting today, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) R6gd instances are available in the Europe (Zurich) Region. These instances are powered by AWS Graviton2 processors and are built on the AWS Nitro System. The Nitro System is a collection of AWS designed hardware and software innovations that enables the delivery of efficient, flexible, and secure cloud services with isolated multi-tenancy, private networking, and fast local storage. R6gd instances provide local SSD storage and are ideal for memory-intensive workloads such as open-source databases, in-memory caches, and real time big data analytics that need access to high-speed, low latency storage. These instances offer up to 25 Gbps of network bandwidth, up to 19 Gbps of bandwidth to the Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS), up to 512 GiB RAM, and up to 3.8TB of NVMe SSD local instance storage.

Amazon S3 Access Grants is now available in four additional regions

19 April 2024 @ 5:02 pm

You can now create Amazon S3 Access Grants in the Middle East (UAE), Asia Pacific (Melbourne), Hyderabad, and Spain Regions. 

AWS Glue Studio Notebooks is now available in 6 additional regions

19 April 2024 @ 5:00 pm

AWS Glue Studio Notebooks provides interactive job authoring in AWS Glue, which helps simplify the process of developing data integration jobs. Studio Notebooks is generally available in the following 6 AWS regions starting today: Middle East (UAE), Asia Pacific (Hyderabad), Asia Pacific (Melbourne), Israel (Tel Aviv), Europe (Spain) and Europe (Zurich).

AWS Resilience Hub is now a HIPAA eligible service

19 April 2024 @ 4:55 pm

AWS Resilience Hub is now a HIPAA eligible service, enabling healthcare and life sciences organizations to now use AWS Resilience Hub to run sensitive workloads regulated under the U.S. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). AWS maintains a standards-based risk management program to ensure that the HIPAA-eligible services specifically support HIPAA administrative, technical, and physical safeguards.

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Can your cloud backup provider fail?

19 April 2024 @ 3:46 pm

In the world of data protection, the cloud has emerged as a popular destination for backups. The appeal is obvious: Offload the complexities and costs of backup infrastructure to a provider, and rest easy knowing your data is safe in an off-site location. In addition, backing up to the cloud ensures that at least one copy of your backup data is stored off-site. Finally, many backup providers also offer immutable backups, which means that hackers can’t delete, encrypt, or corrupt your back

Cisco marries AI and security with cloud-based data center offering

18 April 2024 @ 5:22 pm

Cisco is tying together the intelligence of AI with the power of the cloud to deliver a system it says will proactively protect distributed applications, devices and data located across public and private data centers and clouds. The new architecture, called Hypershield, is comprised of AI-based software, virtual machines, and other technology that will ultimately be baked into core networking components, such as switches, routers or servers. It promises to let organizations autonomously segment their networks when threats are a problem, gain rapid exploit protection without having to patch or revamp firewalls, and automatically upgrade software without interrupting computing resources,

Shredding files on Linux with the shred command

18 April 2024 @ 2:52 pm

The most obvious way to remove a file on a Linux system is to simply use the rm (remove) command. However, even though you will no longer see the file once it’s been deleted, this doesn’t mean that the file’s contents have been so thoroughly wiped from the disk that they can’t be recovered. Content will often sit on the disk until the space is used by a new file. Another option – one that overwrites the file and optionally deletes it too – is called “shred”. As the name implies, the shred command will repeatedly change and rearrange the file’s data so that it can’t be recovered. It will also delete the file if you request that it do

Intel announces edge AI processors

18 April 2024 @ 2:01 pm

Intel and Altera, an Intel company, announced new edge-optimized processors that are specifically aimed at major vertical industries such as retail, manufacturing, healthcare, and aerospace. Unveiled at the Embedded World conference, the lineup consists of FPGA processors from Altera as well as Atom and Core CPUs and Arc discrete graphics. One of the advantages of Intel’s edge AI processors is they are integrated into other Intel products and tied together with

HPE sues China’s Inspur Group for server patent infringement

18 April 2024 @ 10:52 am

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has filed a lawsuit against Chinese tech conglomerate Inspur Group for infringing upon several of its server patents. The case, lodged in the Northern District of California, also implicates several of Inspur’s subsidiaries, including Inspur Electronic Information Industry Company, Aivres Systems Inc., Betapex Inc., Inspur USA Inc., and KAYTUS Singapore Pte. Ltd. The complaint centers on allegations of widespread patent infringements that purportedly extend across multiple Inspur products. HPE’s Allegations HPE has accused Inspur and its associated entities of infringing on more tha

The APAC sovereign cloud surge: How will it impact your business?

18 April 2024 @ 10:24 am

From Sydney to Seoul to New Delhi, a new type of cloud is casting a long shadow over technology strategies. Sovereign clouds, designed to keep a nation’s data firmly within its borders, are upending traditional approaches to cloud computing for global enterprises operating in the Asia-Pacific (APAC). Although it’s still in the early days, IDC’s survey shows that 19% of APEJ (Asia Pacific except Japan) organizations expect to increase their spending on sovereign cloud this year. According to Capgemini’s research, in Australia alone, 64% of organizations are actively investigating a sovereign cloud strategy, compared to 52% globally. The concept of sovereign cl

Intel builds world’s largest neuromorphic system

18 April 2024 @ 1:56 am

Quantum computing is billed as a transformative computer architecture that’s capable of tackling difficult optimization problems and making AI faster and more efficient. But quantum computers can’t be scaled yet to the point where they can outperform even classical computers, and a full ecosystem of platforms, programming languages and applications is even farther away. Meanwhile, another new technology is poised to make a much more immediate difference: neuromorphic computing. Neuromorphic computing looks to redesign how computer chips are

Gartner: AI to drive 10% jump in spending on data center systems

17 April 2024 @ 5:53 pm

Global IT spending is forecast to hit $5.06 trillion in 2024, an increase of 8% from 2023, according to new data from Gartner. The hike puts worldwide IT spending on track to surpass $8 trillion well before the end of the decade, the research firm projects. Spending on data center systems, in particular, is expected to see a notable jump in growth. In 2023, worldwide spending on data center systems grew 4%. In 2024, Gartner is forecasting 10% growth, in large part due to planning for generative AI, according to John-David Lovelock, distinguished vice president analyst at Gartner. “We are seeing a cycle of story, plan, execution when it comes to GenAI. In 2023, enterprises w

2024 global network outage report and internet health check

17 April 2024 @ 4:38 pm

The reliability of services delivered by ISPs, cloud providers and conferencing services is critical for enterprise organizations. ThousandEyes, a Cisco company, monitors how providers are handling any performance challenges and provides Network World with a weekly roundup of events that impact service delivery. Read on to see the latest analysis, and stop back next week for another update. (Note: We have archived prior-year updates, including the 2023 outage report and our

Broadcom changes VMware pricing amid customer backlash and EU questioning

16 April 2024 @ 6:43 pm

US chipmaker Broadcom this week unveiled key changes to its customer and partner engagement around the VMware product line as the company faces an investigation by the European Union (EU) about how it’s handled software licensing and support for the essential cloud-infrastructure software. The European Commission (EC) has sent a request for information to Broadcom to investigate its changing of the conditions of VMware’s software licensing and support, an EC spokesperson told Network World Tuesday. The investigation coincides with an anno

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How to install BTRFS on a Debian Linux 12/11

14 February 2024 @ 6:10 am

See all Debian/Ubuntu Linux related FAQ Btrfs, which stands for "Butter FS" or "B-tree FS," is a modern Linux file system. It was developed to overcome the limitations of older file systems like ext4 or ext3. Btrfs is an excellent choice for efficient storage management on multiple Hard Disk Drivers. It supports Linux file systems with snapshots, subvolumes, and built-in RAID-like capabilities that provide robust data protection. It is designed to handle huge file systems and file sizes. Btrfs incorporates checksumming and COW (Copy-on-write), making it more resilient to data corruption. The COW feature means changes are written to new loc

How to install GPG (gnupg2) on a Debian Linux to fix gpg command not found error

13 February 2024 @ 9:38 am

See all Debian/Ubuntu Linux related FAQ GnuPG2 (or GPG2) is an open-source and free tool that implements the OpenPGP standard. Its primary purpose is to encrypt your sensitive information to protect it from unauthorized access. It also allows you to create digital signatures, guaranteeing that the data hasn't been tampered with while in transit. Many newly created Debian 11/12 cloud VMs and images may not have the gpg/gpg2 command installed. Thus, you will get an error that reads "-bash: gpg: command not found." Here is how to fix this error and install gnupg2 on a Debian Linux 11 or 12. Further, you will learn how to use

How to enable contrib repo on Debian Linux 10/11/12

24 December 2023 @ 9:18 am

See all Debian/Ubuntu Linux related FAQ Sometimes, when you try to install specific Debian Linux packages, you might encounter an error message that reads: Unable to locate package pkg-name-here In many cases, the required package might already be present in the remote download repos. It would be best to have an additional repository, such as contrib, which adds extra packages to the core Debian Linux system. To enable and use the contrib repository in Debian Linux version 10/11/12 or newer versions, follow the instructions below. Love this? sudo share_on:


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{Updated} Are you getting, ' WARNING: UNPROTECTED PRIVATE KEY FILE!' when try to use the ssh command under Linux, macOS or BSD? Let us see how I fixed this problem and log in using the ssh command.The post SSH WARNING: UNPROTECTED PRIVATE KEY FILE! Error and Solution appeared first on nixCraft.

How to open DHCP port using UFW in Linux

25 October 2023 @ 10:52 am

See all Ubuntu Linux related FAQ The Uncomplicated Firewall (UFW) needs to be configured to allow traffic on UDP ports 67 and 68, regardless of whether the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server is local or remote. Additionally, it may be necessary to open both TCP and UDP port 53, which are used for Domain Name Service (DNS). In small business and home environments, typically, both DNS and DHCP services come from a single device. Hence, it would be best if you opened both DHCP and DNS ports using the ufw comman

How to merge all PDF files into one PDF in Linux

24 October 2023 @ 8:31 pm

See all GNU/Linux related FAQ I recently had to submit multiple PDF files for government work, but the web form only allowed for the uploading of a single file. This meant that I had to merge the PDF files into one on Linux. To do this, I used a command-line tool called pdfunite, which is a Portable Document Format (PDF) page merger. Let us see how to install and use the pdfunite in Linux. Love this? sudo share_on: Twitter -

How to list package files with dnf in Linux (RHEL, CentOS, Rocky, Fedora, and Alma Linux)

23 October 2023 @ 11:03 am

If you’re using RHEL, CentOS, Rocky, Fedora, or Alma Linux, you may encounter situations where you must list files in a package before installing it. Similarly, there might be instances where you need to locate a specific configuration file after installing the package. In this guide, I’ll provide a quick tip for developers and sysadmins […] Love this? sudo share_on: Twitter - Facebook -

How to install Perl in Fedora Linux

22 October 2023 @ 4:25 pm

See all Fedora Linux related FAQ I am migrating an old Perl project from an unsupported OS to Fedora Linux 38. However, I discovered that Perl is not installed by default, while Python 3 is. This seems ridiculous. Anyway, here is how to install Perl in Fedora Linux including latest version of mod_perl with Apache (HTTPD) and get on with your life. Love this? sudo share_on: Twitter -

How to fix “Error: Can’t open display: (null)” with ssh and xclip command in headless mode

8 October 2023 @ 8:01 pm

See all GNU/Linux related FAQ When you try to use the xclip command over the ssh-based session to copy and paste data, you will get the following message on screen: Error: Can't open display: (null) Here is how to fix this error by editing the ssh client and OpenSSH (SSHD server) configuration file. Love this? sudo share_on: Twitter -

How to block AI Crawler Bots using robots.txt file

29 September 2023 @ 8:40 pm

Are you a content creator or a blog author who generates unique, high-quality content for a living? Have you noticed that generative AI platforms like OpenAI or CCBot use your content to train their algorithms without your consent? Don't worry! You can block these AI crawlers from accessing your website or blog by using the robots.txt file. Love this? sudo share_on: Twitter - Facebook -

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1 August 2022 @ 9:19 am

Celebrating World Wide Web Day by looking at why it's never been more important to have an online presence.

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Undelivered Mail Returned to Sender message from forwarded mails

20 April 2024 @ 11:56 am

this is my first post. I'm using procmail to forward mails to another server. I'm getting often error message from recipient server: host[] said: 501 5.2.0 y8XgrepnBNXb2 Mail rejete. Mail rejected. DMARC check failed. OFR_515 [515] (in reply to end of DATA command) This is my procmail config concerning: :0 c (^TO_|X-Original-To:.*)[email protected] <46000000 { :0 hfw ^Subject:/.+ | formail -I "Subject: FORWARDED:$MATCH" :0 a ! [email protected] } Thanks for assistance. Cheers mike

Wireguard clients can not KDE connect between peers

20 April 2024 @ 11:23 am

I succesfully established a Wireguard VPN from a Rocky Linux 9 server at the cloud. As of now there are two clients: a Fedora desktop and an Android mobile phone. The first problem I want to solve is to allow KDE Connect to see both clients which does not happen now. The server config: [root@vpn wireguard]# cat wg0.conf [Interface] Address = SaveConfig = true PostUp = firewall-cmd --zone=public --add-masquerade PostUp = firewall-cmd --direct --add-rule ipv4 filter FORWARD 0 -i wg -o eth0 -j ACCEPT PostUp = firewall-cmd --direct --add-rule ipv4 nat POSTROUTING 0 -o eth0 -j MASQUERADE PostDown = firewall-cmd --zone=public --remove-masquerade PostDown = firewall-cmd --direct --remove-rule ipv4 filter FORWARD 0 -i wg -o eth0 -j ACCEPT PostDown = firewall-cmd --direct --remove-rule ipv4 nat POSTROUTING 0 -o eth0 -j MASQUERADE ListenPort = 51820 PrivateKey = server_private_key [Peer] # moto_g84 PublicKey = g84_pub_key AllowedIPs = [Peer] # d3

Apache reverse proxy at /home-assistant path still loads resources from /

20 April 2024 @ 9:10 am

locally, home assistant is at I need reverse proxy available at Virtual host exsits and it should not be touched My virtual host setup: <VirtualHost *:443> ProxyPreserveHost On ProxyRequests off ProxyPass /home-assistant/api/websocket ws:// ProxyPassReverse /home-assistant/api/websocket ws:// ProxyPass /home-assistant ProxyPassReverse /home-assistant RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{HTTP:Upgrade} =websocket [NC] RewriteRule /home-assistant/(.*) ws://

Streaming video from guest to host QEMU

20 April 2024 @ 8:59 am

I have Linux on my computer. Windows is installed in the QEMU virtual machine. A webcam has been added to the virtual machine. What is the best way to transfer an image from a virtual machine's webcam to the host machine? Do I need to use a bridge? I'm a little confused. Thank you. P.S. My host machine IP is I do translation in OBS on my guest machine udp:// And when I try to receive on host by udp://, there is nothing...

Load balancer with HAProxy

20 April 2024 @ 8:16 am

I'm trying to set up a load balancer with HAProxy, but I'm having trouble understanding how to configure it. Can someone provide an example configuration?

PTP and ethtool output on Nvidia Jetson Orin

20 April 2024 @ 7:18 am

I am currently using the Nvidia Jetson Orin AGX dev kit with a Basler GigE interface card and two GigE Cameras connected to port 0 and 1 (eth0 and eth1) I am trying to setup PTP with ptp4l and phc2sys and I'm facing some issues. When I run ethtool -T eth0 I get the following output: Time stamping parameters for eth0: Capabilities: hardware-transmit software-transmit hardware-receive software-receive software-system-clock hardware-raw-clock PTP Hardware Clock: 0 Hardware Transmit Timestamp Modes: off on Hardware Receive Filter Modes: none all I'm getting the same output for eth1. I was expecting to also get some additional info from the above command in () which I am not seeing here. Can anyone tell me why am I not getting this information? Is there something missing from the sys

OpenVPN suddenly stopped working with P_CONTROL_HARD_RESET_CLIENT_V2

20 April 2024 @ 7:08 am

I've had OpenVPN set up for quite a few years with no problems, but last week clients from outside cannot connect and the connection times out (computer) or says "Peer certificate verification failure" (Android). From inside (LAN), I can connect without problems. So apparently, it has to do with the router / internet connection. I haven't changed anything on the router. Also, I tried resetting every thing (all network stuff). I'm assuming my internet provider does some dynamic filtering, but would like to confirm/test that before going through the "have you tried resetting your modem" support. I think the return traffic is somewhat filtered. In short, my server (verb 7) says (after three dots, everything get repeated): us=16751 MULTI: REAP range 192 -> 208 us=16845 MULTI: multi_create_instance called us=16892 CLIENT_IP_ADDR:35488 Re-using SSL/TLS context us=17009 CLIENT_IP_ADDR:35488 Outgoing Contr

Trying to recover mdadm RAID1

19 April 2024 @ 9:25 pm

I have a RAID1 array that I wanted to split into two individual drives. /dev/sdb and /dev/sdc were the two drives and there were three individual partitions. /dev/sd[bc]1 /dev/md0 /dev/sd[bc]2 /dev/md1 /dev/sd[bc]3 /dev/md2 The current state of the array is this: /dev/sdc has been assigned a new job and is no longer part of the array (I'm uncertain why it stopped running in the first place). I am trying to reassemble the array, but I receive the following issue, below that is the result of an examine of the drive: luke@hoth:~$ sudo mdadm --verbose --assemble --run /dev/md0 /dev/sdb1 mdadm: looking for devices for /dev/md0 mdadm: Device /dev/sdb1 is not large enough for data described in superblock mdadm: no RAID superblock on /dev/sdb1 mdadm: /dev/sdb1 has no superblock - assembly aborted luke@hoth:~$ sudo mdadm --examine /dev/sdb1 /dev/sdb1: Magic : a92b4efc Version : 1.2 Feature Map : 0x1 Array UUID : 775

Exchange Hybrid mode - The value [ArchiveGUID] of property "ArchiveGuid" is used by another recipient object. Please specify a unique value

19 April 2024 @ 9:04 pm

We are running Exchange Hybrid Mode with remote mailbox and archive in M365. One of our employees left many months ago and so their mailbox went to soft deletion/retention. Their AD object was only disabled (never deleted), so when it got restored and synced back through Entra Connect, a new M365 user with same alias but (empty) mailbox was created (which was fine). Our issue is that the AD user still has the prior msExchArchiveGUID for the user, and this archive is still soft deleted in EOL, but again, the user in M365 is a different version of the user. I need to figure out how to tell AD to create a new (empty) archive for the M365 user now active. Details: In EAC: If I run: Get-RemoteMailbox returningUser | fl displayname, ArchiveGuid it reports from the msExchArchiveGUID property in AD.: ArchiveGuid : some-legit-archive-guid-number In EOL: If I run: Get-Mailbox returningUser | fl archive

mysql high CPU usage /usr/sbin/mariadbd

19 April 2024 @ 9:00 pm

Our new VPS server for a wordpress website, have high CPU usage for mysql process, 50% CPU usage all the time. We don't have that many visitors and killing the process not working, there another new mysql process with hugh cpu usage. The process: 43361 (Trace) (Kill) mysql 0 49.49 3.38 /usr/sbin/mariadbd The trace: strace: Process 43361 attached restart_syscall(<... resuming interrupted poll ...>) = 1 accept4(25, {sa_family=AF_UNIX}, [128 => 2], SOCK_CLOEXEC) = 69 futex(0x55f1f596c328, FUTEX_WAKE_PRIVATE, 1) = 1 accept4(25, 0x7ffef08641a0, [128], SOCK_CLOEXEC) = -1 EAGAIN (Resource temporarily unavailable) accept4(25, 0x7ffef08641a0, [128], SOCK_CLOEXEC) = -1 EAGAIN (Resource temporarily unavailable) accept4(25, 0x7ffef08641a0, [128], SOCK_CLOEXEC) = -1 EAGAIN (Resource temporarily unavailable) accept4(25, 0x7ffef08641a0, [128], SOCK_CLOEXEC) = -1 EAGAIN (Resource temporarily unavailable) accept4(25, 0x7ffef0

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