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  • Is it possible to create public servers with mods and plugins as in the old versions?
    4 projects | | 3 Feb 2023
    The standard for most smp styled servers AFAIK is to use a bungeecord/waterfall proxy for security. Set the world border to be between 5-20k blocks. Pre generate ALL of the chunks. And monitor your server with tools like spark. Outside of that it'll depend quite a bit on your server but the general rules of thumb for good systems stay the same; pregen your world; avoid large redstone contraptions; monitor you're server etc etc. I'm sure an experience vet like yourself should'nt have to many issues. But I'd 100 say that spark is mandatory as this is the most common way to identify issues with the server and fix them as they come up. Outside of that you can also look into mc related things such as (linux)[]; (docker)[]; management panels like (amp)[] or (ptero)[]
  • From Commit to Registry: A Guide to Automate Docker Image Builds with Github Actions
    3 projects | | 1 Feb 2023
    A Docker Hub account: In order to push your images to Docker Hub, you will need to have an account and be logged in.
  • Dockerizing Your MERN Stack App: A Step-by-Step Guide
    2 projects | | 30 Jan 2023
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  • Build a custom MySQL Docker Container
    2 projects | | 7 Jan 2023
    First, create an account on Docker Hub. Create a repository and give it a name and description. Then, from the terminal, run docker login and enter your credentials.
  • Drastically decrease the size of your Docker application
    2 projects | | 3 Jan 2023
    There are many parent images you could choose. You can check them out at Most of our containers used the python:3.9 parent image. This image comes with a full Python installation build on top of Linux. Technically, this is just fine for what we do. Thing is, the image alone is 865 MB large, at lease for the amd64 architecture.
  • Dock-umentary: A Beginner's Guide to Docker
    2 projects | | 3 Jan 2023
    Once docker is installed, you will need to create a Docker Account to log in to Docker Hub, which is a registry of Docker Images that you can use to build and run containers. To create a Docker account, visit the Docker website or click here.
  • Using a period in your Ubuntu username on WSL
    2 projects | | 29 Dec 2022
    In fact you aren't limited to only Ubuntu etc few popular distros' base images with WSL: You can use any OCI-compliant rootfs tarball (like those available on Docker Hub) so pick whatever you want lol. On WSL you can use podman, buildah etc to pull such container images, customize them using Dockerfiles, Ansible Playbooks etc, then export them as .tar files to import to WSL; get creative. Checkout the following website for an extensive list of what kind of Linux distributions are available out there:
  • Go API Project Set-Up
    7 projects | | 23 Dec 2022
    The next block in .gitlab-ci.yml is the services block. Since our tests use testcontainers package and we're pushing a docker container onto Dockerhub, we will need to specify a services block next. Services will enable our pipeline to leverage Docker-in-Docker DinD.
  • Web Application Deployment on AWS
    4 projects | | 18 Dec 2022
    A container registry is a service to store and maintain images. Container registries can be either public, allowing any user to download the public images, or private, requiring user authentication to manage the images. Examples of Container Registries include but are not limited to: Docker Hub, Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR), and Microsoft Azure Container Registry.
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