Below are a series of blogposts by Oracle ACE Director Johan Louwers. He is on a roll, and hope gives you inspiration to share your knowledge base on Oracle Systems products.
Oracle Linux and opcinit for package installation
Wondering how you can dynamically install additional packages to Oracle Linux when deploying an Oracle Linux instance on the Oracle cloud? In a recent blogpost Johan Louwers explains how you can use the packages option in the userdata section of an orchestration for the Oracle cloud. This makes deploying Oracle Linux even more easy to do on the Oracle cloud.
Want to use opcinit on Oracle Linux?
In need to use opcinit when developing a Oracle Linux template for the Oracle Public Cloud? You can find more information about how to obtain it in this blogpost by Johan Louwers on his personal blogpost.
Bash function to check installed packages
When scripting in bash to ensure you can do installations quite automatic you sometimes need a function to check if a package is installed. An example of this is provided in this blogpost by Johan Louwers
Checking IPMI HOST_LAST_POWER_STATE from the Oracle Linux CLI
Need to check how your system will behave after a powerfailure and need to check if you configured IPMI settings correct? Read the latest on blogpost
Using SQlite on Oracle Linux
SQlite is a small database solution shipping by default with Oracle Linux. Read how to use it in this blogpost by Johan Louwers
InfiniBand fabric error counters via Oracle Linux
Need to check your InfiniBand fabric error counters directly from bash on Oracle Linux, read this blogpost from Johan Louwers to find out how to do it
Installing #elasticsearch on Oracle #Linux just became even more easy
Johan Louwers shared some of his installation scripting which makes it even more easy to install and use Elasticsearch on Oracle Linux. You can find out more at the blogpost and the script is also available on github