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Install and configure vaultwarden – Migrated to a new server 4 of 4

This is the third section in the 4 part series of migrating my server Install and configure the host machine Install and configure a database and webserver Install and configure a mailserver Install and configure vaultwarden – we are here Tie everything back to 1. for backups, misc, etc Tie everything back to 1. for backups, misc, etc Dockerized vaultwarden I been a bitwarden user for a long time ever since Lastpass changed it policies. I wanted to run my own instance of bitwarden but the setup is a mess and it requires a lot of resources to run. I… Continue Reading

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Install and configure a mailserver in docker container – Migrated to a new server 3 of 4

This is the third section in the 4 part series of migrating my server Install and configure the host machine Install and configure a database and webserver Install and configure a mailserver – we are here Install and configure vaultwarden Tie everything back to 1. for backups, misc, etc Dockerized mailserver We will install a dockerized mailserver, a sort of all in one that will run a full fledged secure mail service. There are many containers that can perform this and on my previous servers I used iRedmail. The main issue with most containerized mail solutions is that it requires… Continue Reading

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Install and configure a database and a webserver – Migrated to a new server 2 of 4

This is the second section in the 4 part series of migrating my server Install and configure the host machine Install and configure a database and webserver – we are here Install and configure a mailserver Install and configure vaultwarden Tie everything back to 1. for backups, misc, etc Dockerized services I will configure a database and a webserver(mainly wordpress container) to listen internally only and not exposed to the outside network. I will also configure a nginx-proxy and letsencrypt to provide the access from the world to the wordpress site and to generate the letsencrypt certificate. Wanted to note… Continue Reading

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Linux basic install – Migrated to a new server 1 of 4

Migrated to a new server! For the past 20 years I been running various linux server to host my websites and mail. It evolved over time and the very last server was installed about 5 years ago. I decided that a new server was in order and decided to redesign some things and now here we are. Just some personal notes on how the new server is configured and setup. You can follow my steps or make changes but if you do anything thats better or noteworthy please let me know! This will be a multi-part article so that I… Continue Reading

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ECE(Elasticsearch Cloud Enterprise) snapshots with minio – TLS!

Configuring snapshots for ECE(Elasticsearch Cloud Enterprise) or deployments for ECE from a S3 object storage or on a s3 compliant storage with publicly trusted certificates are easy but how do you configure the snapshot repository if you are using self-signed or internally signed certificates ? There are 2 ways of configuring snapshot repository and snapshots on ECE. First you can configure the snapshot repository on ECE. Once you configure the snapshot repository in the Admin UI, you can configure found-snapshots for each deployment via the Admin UI. Unfortunately, for now unless your endpoint is configured with a publicly trusted certificate… Continue Reading

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Enterprisesearch with elasticsearch in docker container

Enterprisesearch in docker container Previously, on this post I’ve created a script to deploy the elastic stack using docker containers. Enterprise search was released as of 7.7.0 and it provides both AppSearch and WorkplaceSearch into a single solution. deploy-elastic.sh script I’ve added the entsearch mode so that you can deploy the Enterprisesearch and use it for AppSearch and WorkplaceSearch. Simple run ./deploy-elastic.sh entsearch 7.15.1 The script will check to see if your stack is 7.15+ or else it will exit. Enterprisesearch will be stood up using a container named entsearch Enterprisesearch will listen on port 3002 (standard port) Enterprisesearch is… Continue Reading

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Fleet server with elasticsearch in docker container

Fleet server in docker container Fleet & Fleet server was released as of 7.14.0 and it uses the elastic-agent as a single, unified way to add monitoring for logs, metrics and other types of data. Fleet server is the mechanism to connect elastic-agents to fleet. Basically a Fleet server is an elastic-agent running in a server mode so that other elastic-agents can connect to it and be managed by the fleet server to send data into elasticsearch In this article I will assume that you are using a self-signed certificate which complicate things but if you are using a public’y… Continue Reading

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Elastic Cloud on kubernetes (ECK) on minikube

ECK is Elastic cloud on kubernetes – Kubernetes Operator pattern that extends basic kubernetes orchestration to easily deploy, secure, upgrade Elasticsearch and the rest of the stack such as kibana, logstash, various beats, and much more. In my previous article I wrote about my kube.sh script which is a wrapper that installs a minikube environment to run your kubernetes projects. We will use the wrapper to deploy our kubernetes environment and start deploying elasticsearch using ECK. The steps below are not limited to my minikube wrapper script but you can follow the same process for any kubernetes environment. Lets get… Continue Reading

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Fast portable wiki that syncs to your private github repo

I been needing alot of things lately. I was using evernote to keep my notes and ever since they changed their free offering, I’ve had my notes scattered all over notepad++, atom, code, etc and needed a quick and fast place to stop and keep up with my notes. I needed something portable and that will not get deleted, so I came up with my wiki.sh script! Features tested on macOS, linux, wsl creates wiki directory in your ${HOME} cleanup clearns off everything runs in both http and https ports are configurable do not need root, just need to be… Continue Reading