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How do I check my hardware is Red Hat supported one ?

Recently I’d a requirement to up-grade few workstations since all the old hardware does not support RAM more than 4GB. It’s because we will not get DDR2 4GB RAM easily in market. Also I’m looking for suitable Intel chipset which support CentOS/RedHat

So I’m started hunting on Intel website to get Linux supported hardware. […]

How do I install Poedit on CentOS

Poedit is cross-platform gettext catalogs (.po files) editor.It aims to provide more convenient approach to editing catalogs than launching vi and editing the file by hand. It’s a good option to create Language translator file and able to search the language keyword from the source files. Then it will generate a word translator and after […]

Linux : How do I overwrite the files using cp command

Most of the time, you may need to overwrite the existing files in the huge folder whenever a new release or updates are published. And this may occur certain situation and I got the prompt to delele each files inside that folder which contains thousands of files. I’m lazy to press “y” to delete all […]

Amazon : How do I share private AMI between different accounts

Sometimes we need to same server setup for different applications and diff. client. This would be quite easily since the Amazon support private AMI image sharing and distribute over the different region securely.

Here is the major steps to do that,

a. Loging to the AWS account where we created the EBS AMI for […]

How do I run Selenium scripts on SauceLab clouds

This is the an addition of my earler post Selenium GRID setup. The limitation Selenium Grid are,

a. This is can work only on LAN b. Required more Virtual machiness pre-reloaded with different browsers. c. We can not run Grid setup in internet

As a remedy for this problem, the SauceLab team who is the […]

JVM Monitoring tool : JTop

Here another informative software tool for monitoring JVM statistics using JDK tools. We can get it from demo folder in JDK bundle (C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_14\demo\management).This is the nice tool I found to monitor and identify the JVM threshold value on peak hours.

How to launch JTop

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