First type in
this will display a line with ‘default‘ this is your current default gateway
to change it type in as route
ip route change default via 192.168.1.1 ethX
where ethX is the network interface you want to traffic to go through.
Login to your XenServer using SSH then run
and take uuid
uuid ( RO) : 32e5c75c-29ce-4826-a971-bd92f5615caa
name-label ( RO): XS70E017
name-description ( RO): Public Availability: fixes to Toolstack
size ( RO): 24075528
hosts (SRO): bfcc59b8-322f-4e91-8493-9dee7dec04dc
after-apply-guidance (SRO): restartXAPI
then navigate to
and remove the folder based on UUID above which can’t update.
Once this is done you will be able to install problematic update.
This cannot be easily changed using GUI apparently ILO is taking this form OS host name but how to changed if there is no OS installed on the server?
ssh to ILO first
set oemhp_server_name= YourNewServerName
once done you can check if it has been changed
and your set sername should be displayed
Open up MSSQL Management Studio
Then Select Database -> your Database -> right click -> Task -> Take Offline.
If the database does not make offline then you can do the following
ALTER DATABASE <dbname> SET OFFLINE WITH ROLLBACK IMMEDIATE
If this is not working then use the following to find spid
USE master SELECT * FROM sys.sysprocesses WHERE dbid = DB_ID('MyDB')
To force disconnections, use
ROLLBACK IMMEDIATE USE master ALTER DATABASE MyDB SET SINGLE_USER WITH ROLLBACK IMMEDIATE
For this example I have used CentOS
Once you have downloaded and created your VM, you need first to configure your network interface.
In CentOs this can be completed by the network script. They are located in the following location:
In my example I have to amend ifcfg-ens33 configuration file.
If you use DHCP then the only change you need to make is to set it up to be activated during the boot.
Then install Ansible as per my other post: https://wordpress.com/post/amionrails.wordpress.com/1790
This is pretty simple.
Install EPEP first
sudo apt-get install epel-release
First add EPEL
Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux (or EPEL) is a Fedora Special Interest Group that creates, maintains, and manages a high quality set of additional packages for Enterprise Linux, including, but not limited to, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), CentOS and Scientific Linux (SL), Oracle Linux (OL).
EPEL packages are usually based on their Fedora counterparts and will never conflict with or replace packages in the base Enterprise Linux distributions. EPEL uses much of the same infrastructure as Fedora, including buildsystem, bugzilla instance, updates manager, mirror manager and more.
Ansible is the simplest way to automate apps and IT infrastructure. Application Deployment + Configuration Management + Continuous Delivery
sudo apt-get install ansible
List of some interesting testing tools:
BackTrack – Open Source Penetration Test Tool
Burp Suite – Professional Software for web security testing
IBM Rational AppScan – Commercial Web Application Security Scanner
Metasploit – Open Source Penetration Test Tool
Nessus – Freeware Network Security Vulnerability Scanner
Nikto – Open Source Web Site Security Scanner
Paros – Freeware Interception Proxy
soapUI – Web Services Testing Tool
sqlmap – Open Source SQL Injection Tool
WebScarab – Freeware Interception Proxy
WSDigger – Freeware Web Services Scanner
WSFuzzer – Freeware Web Service Scanner
ZAP – OWASP Zed Attack Proxy
OWASP Testing Guide v4
OWASP Top Ten Project
Web application Security Consortium (WASC) – 2008 Web Application Security Statistics
OWASP Developers’ Guide