“If you have visions, go to a doctor!” Really? Peter Chadwick & Joachim Werner from SUSE’s Product Management Team presented at SUSECon 2016 their vision of agile software development and deployment in the Software Defined Datacenter. Software Defined Data Center? Yes, “a software-defined, scalable, secure, agile and highly reliable IT infrastructure”, that brings together OPS and Dev. DevOps […]
Category: Open Enterprise Server on SLES
November 9, 2016 8:25 am1,308 views
October 31, 2016 8:12 am1,595 views
Looking at the high quality of our current SUSE Webinars and our excellent presenters, I bet that most of you are already familiar with these great Monthly 60 minute sessions! But, we have something brand new to share! We’d like to present our Monthly Technical Deep-Dive SUSE StandUp sessions; created for you to attend within […]
August 11, 2014 10:36 am2,604 views
How important are those network adapters in your SUSE® Linux Enterprise servers and desktops? Should you care if your server or desktop network adapters and drivers have been SUSE YES Certified in your system with the current version of the OS? The correct answers are it’s critical (what’s the point without the network right!) and […]
July 7, 2014 9:47 am2,901 views
Is hardware certification important in the world of evolving “commodity” servers and desktops? Should you care if your SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server or SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop installation is on SUSE YES Certified hardware? The correct answers are YES and definitely YES! The YES Certification program has been validating hardware platforms for more than 20 […]
April 23, 2014 8:40 am6,821 views
This document describes how to troubleshoot SLES Virtual Machine’s memory issues quickly to get ahead of problems and avoid bigger issues. When we use a lot of VM’s it’s pretty hard to monitor their health in the ESX level. If we are lucky maybe we have access to vSphere to see the status. Yes I […]
August 7, 2013 2:53 pm3,610 views
Have you ever wanted to compare data between eDirectory trees, or schema between servers, or objects between entirely different directories (OpenLDAP and eDirectory, for example)? It should be possible, of course, as both systems are accessible via LDAP. Still, how does one go about doing this kind of comparison? Well, because you are running on the right server or workstation, Linux Just Does That.
July 12, 2013 8:43 am2,056 views
April 11, 2013 10:21 am9,780 views
Do you remember the “rug history” command that you could use to list (and search through) previously installed packages?
With rug you could use the “rug history” command to list previously installed packages but strangely this command is missing from zypper.
April 9, 2013 9:20 am9,394 views
KBOYLE explains some little-known details about managing your virtual machines. When you use Yast to “Create Virtual Machines”, it does several things. For example, suppose you create a VM (DomU) called “oes11”. The information you provide is saved in a file: /etc/xen/oes11. That information is also imported into the XenStore where it can be managed. You can then use “Virtual Machine Manager” to make changes to the DomU configuration saved in the XenStore. You can add devices, increase memory etc. but you will notice that none of those changes are reflected in /etc/xen/oes11.1.
January 3, 2013 11:23 am13,756 views
This article explains how to re-create a simple DHCP and DNS setup with DDNS working in very little time. Time involved for a simple network topology: ~30 minutes!