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Atlassian Confluence: Restoring Spaces Between Major Releases

In an existing environment with Atlassian Confluence is installed, the likelihood of maintaining version updates as often as they should become available is generally unlikely. As these updates come to pass so does the diminishing possibility that an exported space from one installation may be imported into another installation. A case for importing spaces between installations would be for maintaining…

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RPM –import vs GPG –import

GPG keys are stored in the /etc/pki/rpm-gpg directory, as part of the CentOS 6/RHEL 6 install. Looking though the contents of this directory, files like RPM-GPG-KEY-CentOS-release exist. To actually use the key to verify packages, it must be imported. The following command provides the contents of /etc/pki/rpm-gpg There are two seemingly independent methods to import the keys: one using gpg,…

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BigDump for large MySQL Databases

BigDump performs a staggered import of large and very large MySQL dumps similar to those of the phpMyAdmin 2.x dumps into a new or an existing MySQL database. Other reasons for using this script is if in the even access to the server shell is not possible or for what ever the reason the import fails using phpMyAdmin due to…

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