All posts tagged: Bash

Script to automatically change all gp2 volumes to gp3 with aws-cli

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Last December Amazon announced its new EBS gp3 volumes, which offer better performance and a cost saving of 20% compared to those that have been used until now (gp2). Well, after successfully testing these new volumes with multiple clients, I can do nothing but recommend their use, because they are all advantages and in these 2 and a half months that have passed since the announcement I have not noticed any problems or side effects.

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How to create a user in MySQL/MariaDB and grant permissions on a specific database

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Logos de MariaDB y MySQLCreating a user in MySQL or MariaDB and granting permissions to him to access a specific database and be able to write data on it is a very usual task that is necessary to perform each time you install a new application based on any of these database engines, like web applications running on top of LAMP stack. Whether it is a simple WordPress, or a more complex application tailor made, one way or another you will always have to complete these steps at some point before its deployment.

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Script to automatically monitor website Google PageSpeed Insights score

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One of the most targeted goals when optimizing a website for page load speed is to get a good score on Google PageSpeed Insights test. But it is not enough to work hard on optimization, achieve a good score and go to sleep. It is essential to periodically monitor score changes as a website evolves and undergoes changes over time which affect this metric.

Here’s a little script that will allow you to automatically track Google PageSpeed Insight score and be alerted if it falls below a custom value.

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Still unresolved Shellshock major vulnerability affecting Bash on Linux, Unix and MAC OS X

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Less than two days after it was detected a vulnerability (CVE-2014-6271) that affects the Bash shell on Linux, Unix and Mac OS X, a patch was released that solves this issue only partially, which forced to report a new vulnerability (CVE-2014-7169) still pending. This issue has quickly gained a simple name by which it will be remembered for a long time: Shellshock or Shell Shock.

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