Set up CentOS 6 as NFS Server

These are minimal instructions on how to set up an NFS server running on CentOS 6.

  1. Install the required packages:

    yum install nfs-utils nfs-utils-lib
  2. Enable and start the required services:

    chkconfig rpcbind on 
    chkconfig nfs on
    service rpcbind restart
    service nfs restart
  3. Create shares by editing: /etc/exports

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The easy way is to use one of the utilities provided by Python's setuptools. If you don't have setuptools, you can install them with:

{% highlight bash %} sudo apt-get install python-setuptools {% endhighlight %}

...or with:

{% highlight bash %} sudo yum install python-setuptools {% endhighlight %}

... depending on your platform. You can then install GitPython with:

{% highlight bash %} sudo easy_install GitPython {% endhighlight %}

After that, it will be available for you to import and use:

{% highlight python %} import git {% endhighlight %}


Initialize a Repository Object

If you have a local directory that has already been initialized as a Git repository (hint: it should contain a .git subdirectory), then you can simply create an object of it:

{% highlight python %} import git repo = git.Repo('/home/marios/repositories/test-repo') {% endhighlight %}

See Also

VMware Transparent Page Sharing

Transparent Page Sharing is a memory-saving technique employeed by VMware ESXi hosts, that runs as a background job on the host and removes duplicates pages of memory, by first comparing a hash of the contents of each page, and then comparing pages the hash of which is identical bit by bit.


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