Install PostgreSQL

~# yum install postgresql postgresql-contrib

Install Oracle Spacewalk

~# yum install spacewalk-postgresql

Install utilities

~# yum install spacewalk-utils spacecmd

spacecmd allows you to administer Spacewalk from the command line. You can manage activation keys, configuration channels, Kickstarts, software channels, systems, and users.

spacewalk-common-channels allows you to configure the software channels, public yum repositories, GPG keys, and activation keys for Oracle Linux from the command line.

spacewalk-hostname-rename allows you to regenerate the SSL certificate if you change the system’s host name.

spacewalk-sync-setup allows you configure a master-slave relationship between two Spacewalk servers that you want to use in an Inter-Server Synchronization (ISS) configuration.

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Docker is not a replacement for lxc. “lxc” refers to capabilities of the linux kernel (specifically namespaces and control groups) which allow sandboxing processes from one another, and controlling their resource allocations.

On top of this low-level foundation of kernel features, Docker offers a high-level tool with several powerful functionalities:

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proxmox_doorsProxmox VE 4.1

Released 11.12.2015: See Downloads

  • based on Debian Jessie 8.2.0
  • Linux kernel 4.2.6
  • improved startup/shutdown behavior (systemd)
  • enable NTP by default
  • installer: allow up to 8 disks for ZFS
  • full IPv6 support
  • KVM: add qemu agent GUI option; update network boot ROMs
  • New HA manager; Improved HA GUI for users with restricted permissions
  • include LXC (removed OpenVZ, see Convert OpenVZ to LXC); rootfs resize to GUI; support for Fedora 22 and Debian stretch/sid, Ubuntu 15.10; supportunpriviledged containers (technology preview)
  • storage: added LVM thin support (technology preview)
  • added DRBD9 with drbdmanage (technology preview)
  • Support for Turnkey Linux LXC appliances
  • added new pvereport command
  • countless bug fixes and package updates (for all details see bugtracker and GIT)

I use to work for alarm monitoring company in electronic security industry. Started as aprentice installer and finished as lead programmer and tech manager. It takes me years to understand the nature of the business and why people spend money on security but doesnt really receive service but still think that they are protected. Until something really happen with them.
It looks like the same idea as insurance business plus some funsy-shmansy electronic gadgets.
Now after 15 years in IT I found something similar here. Some customers paying for support and even receive some until something really happen. In my past work for one large enterprise we use to subscribed to Dell Red Hat Australia. I had never speak to real engineer all 3 years except one day when my manager took a high pressure on them. They connected me to one good man from states and he helped. The most of the other cases was on level of “please reboot your computer”. Lets see if the cloud will solve this scam. All you need is to migrate to cloud properly to avoid vendor lock. If something goes wrong you just switch service provider. Good luck.

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