If you are using SSH to access a command shell on a remote system and you would like to temporarily return to a shell on your local system, there is an easy way to do so.
Simply type a tilda (“~”) and control-z.
This will place your SSH session into the background. You will [...]
Before you can use this script, you need to set up SSH so your local cron can access the remote servers without a password.
One thing to note about this script is that it automatically rotates the archived dump files; keeping a fie for the 1st of the week on a month, 1st [...]
This is one of those subjects that is a little difficult to convey clearly. It is a logical process and not difficult…but it is precise in the sense that certain files must be correct, be in the right places and have correct permissions. I’ve organized these instructions in three parts, key generation; local (client) [...]