How to Expose and Apply Fortanix Encryption Policy to VMware Tenants


The Fortanix Key Management Service (KMS) provides enhanced privacy compliance in multi-tenant cloud environments. Learn how to expose the policy as a service provider, and apply it as a tenant on PhoenixNAP's Data Security Cloud.

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How to Install Arch Linux


Arch Linux is among the most versatile and lightweight Linux distributions. This guide takes you step-by-step through the process of installing Arch Linux on your computer.

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Crontab Reboot: How to Execute a Job Automatically at Boot


Cron jobs are a built-in Linux utility that allow you to automate and schedule recurring tasks. We go over different ways you can schedule jobs to run at system boot.

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How to Create Recovery Media and Perform Bare Metal Restore from Veeam Cloud Connect


If you are phoenixNAP customer and need to learn how to create a recovery media and perform Bare Metal restore from Veeam Cloud Connect, then follow this step by step guide.

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How to Install and Configure Veeam Management Agent and Veeam Backup Agent


This tutorial will show you how to log into the Veeam Availability Console and install the necessary tools you need to start the first backup job.

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The Difference Between Backup vs Replication


This article briefly explains the concepts behind backup and replication. A clear-cut table provides an excellent overview of all the features that set them apart.

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How to Use rsync to Back up Data


To back up your files to another location on the same machine, or over a network to a remote destination, use rsync. This guide will show you how to safely back up your files locally and over SSH to another machine.

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How to Use fsck Command to Check and Repair Filesystem


If you want to keep your filesystems clean and without errors, you need to scan it on regular basis. In this guide, you can find all fsck commands that will help you maintain your filesystem health.

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Snapshot vs Backup: The Main Differences


Snapshot and backups are similar yet different in terms of how they are used and how they store data. In this article we will explain what snapshots and backups are, how they work and what is the difference between the two.

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Full vs Incremental vs Differential Backup: A Detailed Comparison


There are three basic types of backups: full, incremental and differential. Each option has its pros and cons. Configuring your backup plan with one or the other will depend on your needs, priorities and resources. Learn more about different types…

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