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The cloning process in VMware is a process in which you create an exact copy of your original virtual machine (VM). A VMware clone has the same hardware, software, and other configurations as the original VM.

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Although Linux is considered a robust operating system with very few issues with applications, programs sometimes become unresponsive. When this happens, they can consume plenty of system resources or take down the entire system. Usually, these applications cannot be restarted automatically. 

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Minecraft is a popular sandbox and adventure game that offers creative and survival challenges as you explore an infinite world with endless modification possibilities. It was created by Mojang Studios and was first made publicly available in May of 2009. Minecraft was officially released on November 18, 2011. 

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VMware is one of the most used virtualization tools in the world. Whether you are using it on the private vs public cloud, there is no denying that VMware is an important tool for businesses.

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Do you need to deploy new virtual machines (VMs) several times per day? Is the manual creation of each instance becoming tedious? If that is the case, then VMware templates are for you!

A VMware template is a master copy of a virtual machine and includes things like the:

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What is a Regular Expression?

A regular expression (also called regex or regexp) is a way to describe a pattern. It is used to locate or validate specific strings or patterns of text in a sentence, document, or any other character input.

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A hostname is the name of a server, computer, or device on a network. You may come across a scenario in business that requires a hostname change. You might also ask yourself why you would need to change your hostname. The most common situations would be due to a domain name change, a business course change, or because you simply thought of something better.

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How to Mass Create cPanel Accounts

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cPanel is one of the top contenders when it comes to control panels for production servers. This software is not mandatory, but it makes a huge difference when interacting with a server, providing a graphical interface, simplifying complex tasks, and automating processes. One of its core functions is creating a hosting account to which the user will be confined, giving the master user the option of limiting its resource consumption and system permissions, among other functions.

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It is essential to know what storage option is right for your business. Whether you are storing your files locally or using off-server storage solutions like object storage or block storage, they all have great features depending on your business needs. To help you choose, we will explore block storage, its basic architecture, and how it functions.

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osquery is a powerful tool for system monitoring and operating system instrumentation that collects system metrics and data points for Security, DevOps, and Compliance teams. The information is stored in a high-performance relational database and can be accessed locally or remotely by using SQL-like statements. 

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