Category: Linux

11 Jan by Onur Çınar Tags: ,

Moving SVN Repository to Another Oracle Enterprise Linux Server

In this article, I will mention about moving a subversion repository from one server to another. Actually, it is a backup and restore job by using svndump command. Backup your old RepositoryFirstly, backup your old repository by using below command. svnadmin dump /path/to/repository > repo_name.svn_dumpThe dump file contains all the revisions you have ever made […]
15 Oct by Faruk Erdem

How To Install PostgreSQL On centos/redhat

  After selecting the operating system from the link below, you can copy the link starting with yum install. Then you should connect the centos/redhat with ssh and paste this selected code for installation.   Example code: [crayon-5c3e64fabd207187153445/]   After running the above script, you will have installed the repo named /etc/yum.repos.d pgdp-10-centos. After […]
13 Oct by dbtut

How To Connect To Oracle On Linux and Solution Of The Error:” error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory”

  In this article, I will share the necessary steps to connect to Oracle through the linux operating system and the solutions to the problems we face. First, we connect to the linux server with ssh as root. Then, with the help of the following command, we ask where sqlplus is. [crayon-5c3e64fabd476937781057/]   We get […]
1 Oct by Mikael HOUNDEGNON

How to Catch Ctrl-C in Shell Script

  To trap Ctrl-C in a shell script, we will need to use the trap shell builtin command. When a user sends a Ctrl-C interrupt signal, the signal SIGINT (Signal number 2) is sent. Let’s see how we can trap this signal in a shell script [crayon-5c3e64fabda61728834483/]   First, a function trap_ctrlc () is defined […]