Category Archives: Databases

A NoSQL database provides a mechanism for storage and retrieval of data that is modeled in means other than the tabular relations used in relational databases.
A relational database management system is a database management system based on the relational model of data.

Linux: LEMP set up – NGINX, PHP, MySQL, SSL, monitoring, logs, and a WordPress blog migration

6 November 2020
 

 Finally got time to migrate the RTFM.CO.UA blog to a new server with Debian 10. This time manually, without any automation will set up a LEMP stack Wrote a similar at 2016 – Debian: установка LEMP — NGINX + PHP-FPM + MariaDB (Rus), but in time the post is more complete of the process and… Read More »

Jenkins: Redis deployment, and Helm subchart values

1 November 2020
 

 The task is to create a Jenkins job to deploy Redis to Dev/Stage/Prod Kubernetes clusters. In the Redis: running Master-Slave replication in Kubernetes we did it manually to see how it’s working, now it’s time to automate it. The main question is how to pass parameters for different environments during the deployment? I’d like to… Read More »

Kubernetes: running SQL migrations with Kubernetes Job and Helm hook

27 October 2020
 

 We have a project running in Kubernetes that needs to run SQL migrations during deployment. To run migrations need to clone a Github repository and run actually migrations stored in it. Currently, this is done with Kubernetes initContainers , and there are two of them – the first one with git clones the repository with… Read More »

Redis: running Master-Slave replication in Kubernetes

29 September 2020
 

 The task is to spin up a Redis instance in a Kubernetes cluster. Will use the Master-Slave replication setup with Sentinels for monitoring and failover operations. Check the Redis: replication, part 2 – Master-Slave replication, and Redis Sentinel post for more details. Redis cluster vs Redis replication See Redis: replication, part 1 – an overview.… Read More »

Kubernetes: load-testing and high-load tuning – problems and solutions

4 September 2020
 

 Actually, this post was planned as a short note about using NodeAffinity for Kubernetes Pod: But then, as often happens, after starting writing about one thing, I faced another, and then another one, and as a result – I made this long-read post about Kubernetes load-testing. So, I’ve started about NodeAffinity, but then wondered how… Read More »

Redis: “psync scheduled to be closed ASAP for overcoming of output buffer limits” and the client-output-buffer-limit

26 February 2020
 

 We have a Redis-cluster with Master-slave replication and Sentinel, see the Redis: replication, part 2 – Master-Slave replication, and Redis Sentinel, Redis: fork – Cannot allocate memory, Linux, virtual memory and vm.overcommit_memory, and Redis: main configuration parameters and performance tuning overview posts. The system worked great until we started using it much more actively. Redis… Read More »

Chromium: Linux, keyrings && Secret Service, passwords encryption and store

10 December 2019
 

 One of the motives to go deeper into the keyrings (see the What is: Linux keyring, gnome-keyring, Secret Service, and D-Bus post) was the fact that Chromium, surprise-surprise, keep passwords unencrypted if a Linux system has no keyring and/or Secret Service enabled. So, let’s try to find how and where Chromium store passwords, and the… Read More »

Nextcloud: running in Docker Compose on Debian with Let’s Encrypt SSL

30 November 2019
 

 I while ago I’d tested the Nextcloud, see the NextCloud: installing server on Debian behind NGINX with PHP-FPM and client on Arch Linux post. In general, it looks good, so it’s time to try to run in a production environment and finally migrate from Dropbox to it. Today, let’s spin up a Nextcloud instance using… Read More »