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Ubuntu/Debian — How to Test a Cron Job

Cron jobs are a nice way to automatically run scheduled tasks. The cron service in Linux systems is the typical approach when scheduling commands on the operating system. {{outline}} Testing a Cron Job Recently the certbot from Let’s Encrypt didn’t automatically renew SSL certificates anymore. We used a …

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Ubuntu/Debian — Fix “sudo command not found”

We recently provisioned a new Debian VM and noticed that the sudo command wasn’t available. Our typical workflow includes the sudo command at the beginning of commands. The good news: you can install the sudo command on Debian and give your user the “sudo” permissions. {{outline}} Install the “sudo” …

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CoreOS — Run Your Node.js App on Cluster

During the last weeks, we’ve learned the fundamentals of three important components of the CoreOS ecosystem. Additionally, you’re able to manage key-value-pairs within etcd and services within our cluster using fleet featuring systemd. This gives us all required knowledge to finally make the step from just running hello-world …

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