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Fellow Debian sysadmins, use apt -s (--simulate) install to know the changes you'll trigger on your system before actually doing them ⚠️ Especially useful when having lots of different repositories 👌

#linux #sysadmin #debian

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10/n LVM Story

#linux #learning #sysadmin #filesystem

And our last step is to create the mountpoints: `sudo mkdir /docker` (for example) and mount the /dev/vg-.../lv... to it.

Adding the entries to the /etc/fstab so that the drives are mounted on boot is optional, but I'll need it in my scenario, of course.

After mounting `df -h` shows which LVs mounted where. In my scenario, I see that the data LV is mounted from three different disks (because it does not fit on less, of course).

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is a resource monitor.

Bashtop is a terminal system resource monitor written entirely in Bash script. Bashtop displays CPU, memory, disk space, and network usage. Bashtop also displays graphs of past CPU usage (including per core) and network usage, as well as a sortable process listing. Bashtop can be configured in various ways.

Website 🔗️: github.com/aristocratos/bashto

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LibreNMS update: Testers wanted.

I've setup a copy of the LibreNMS repo at github.com/dlangille/librenms

A #FreeBSD port which builds from that repo is available at: git.langille.org/dvl/ports - that port will build a librenms-dvl package so it does not conflict with librenms in a repo.

You can help by buliding & installing to get a functioning LibreNMS instance for testing. Have it monitor a host or two.

When I have code updates, you can update to the latest version and see if it still works.

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