Ansible: installing pyenv on Centos

In one of our previous post we covered how to install Python 2.7 on Centos using pyenv which is a Python versions management tool. Today we will show how to use ansible to do that for you.  (If you are on Ubuntu you might want to check ansible-galaxy-pyenv .) Manual installation process is described here. This is how…
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Ansible: how to add swap memory on your Linux box

If you are not familiar with ansible, you might want to take a look at our previous post.  So here’s a problem. If you have, say, Amazon EC2 instance or Rackspace Cloud server, you might want to add swap memory. You can do do it by running the following commands: sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/mnt/4GB.swap bs=4096…
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Ansible: quick intro

Ansible is a solution for remote server management. It’s pure Python and basically the only thing  it requires is SSH connection. Why you might want to start using it? Well.. For starters, it’s very simple. It’s possible to start using it after 10 minutes introduction. It doesn’t require to know anything special. All configuration is plain…
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