Artikel in Kategorie "Administration"

Determine IPv4 Addresses of a Libvirt Qemu-KVM Domain

In the VM: dnf install qemu-guest-agent From the HV: virsh qemu-agent-command –domain myvm \ ‚{„execute“:“guest-network-get-interfaces“}‘ | \ jq -r ‚ [.return[] | select(.name!=“lo“) | .“ip-addresses“] | flatten | .[] | select(.“ip-address-type“==“ipv4″).“ip-address“ ‚ The result should be one IPv4 address per line.

Find Files by Size given in Bytes

Some examples: Find files in current directory that have a size of 400 bytes or more: sfind -min 400 Find files in /etc that have a size of 50 kilobytes (1 kilobyte = 1024 bytes) or more: sfind -dir /etc -min 50k Find files in /var with size between 100 and 500 megabytes, suppress warnings, […]

Print XDG Desktop Definition for Application

For an application given by „application name“ or „executable name“, output the corresponding .desktop file, if any: find_desktop() { local IFS=“:“ local xdg_data_dirs=${XDG_DATA_DIRS:-/usr/local/share:/usr/share} local search=$1 for i in $xdg_data_dirs ; do a=“$i/applications“ [ -d $a ] && for d in „$a“/*.desktop ; do grep -q -e „^Name=.*$search“ -e „^Exec=.*$search“ „$d“ && { echo „# $d:“ […]

Pi-KVM Hat v3

Ich freue mich, zu den Glücklichen zu gehören, die den Pi-KVM Hat v3 mit passendem Stahlgehäuse ergattert haben ( Das Warten hat sich gelohnt.

CentOS/8 Stream on libvirt/KVM with Kickstart and virt-install

This article describes using Kickstart to automate the CentOS installer and virt-install to automate the creation of a VM. The following setup is assumed: There is a libvirt hypervisor called virthost. ssh to virthost as „root“ is possible.

Interactive nftables Ruleset Editor

I wrote a simple shell tool to interactively edit the current nftables ruleset using a terminal-based text editor (respecting environment variable EDITOR and defaulting to vim). For testing purposes, it can optionally revert the changes after a timeout specified in seconds (option –timeout SECONDS, requires systemd-run).

GRE Setup for Bacula on a Mobile Client

The way Bacula works is: A backup client runs a TCP server process bacula-fd, waiting for a backup server process bacula-dir to connect and perform backup and restore jobs. There is a simple authentication mechanism, where bacula-dir presents a shared secret to bacula-fd to be granted access. Opening the bacula-fd TCP server on an exposed […]

Create or Append a debian/changelog Entry

Since i always have to look this up, everytime i need it, i write it down once, as „note to self“! NAME=“John Smith“ \ dch –create \ –package my-package \ –newversion 0.1 \ „Initial release“ And that’s it! 🙂