In a website, I saw a request from a user, saying: I am creating xlsx for my clients based on dynamic information. When I am generating the xlsx file, I am using formula, cell coloring, row border coloring etc for 400 records, which makes the file creation time delay. So currently, its taking around 40… Continue reading Dynamic Excel Files via Python.
Awk is a powerful toy linux users have. As explained in wiki The AWK language is a data-driven scripting language consisting of a set of actions to be taken against streams of textual data – either run directly on files or used as part of a pipeline – for purposes of extracting or transforming text,… Continue reading Awk Fun!
Before a while, I had written a post about monitoring single linux system. It was the magic of netdata that was supplying us those good visuals. You can look here. Netdata is good for basic info about a single system, but what about an enterprise infrastructure, mostly with lots of machines? Let’s broaden the concept… Continue reading Prometheus & Grafana & Netdata
For a long time, I wanted to tick one of my most wanted job in my to-do list, but could not. At last, I did “learn ansible”. One of my colleagues had used it and that seemed so interesting and exited to me. However, it is work life, time is not easy to find most… Continue reading My Ansible Journey
Powershell is really nice and useful. Although it requires a learning cost as most of the other languages, for windows admis it may make the life better and easier. In the sample below, all windows log file names are printed to the screen. By the way, if working with windows logs search or look automation,… Continue reading List Windows Logs
Every windows system admin may need to work with registry for some purposes. At least, all group policies or most installed programs make modifications in it. To make changes in registry, “regedit” command is rather helpful. It also opens a gui if run without parameter. However, for bulk or repeating modifications, using a file can… Continue reading Modify Windows Registry via Reg File
If the case is monitoring a single Linux system, netdata comes into play. It both supplies data about lots of crucial system metrics and is also so lightweight. What is more, event web server it is using was rewritten for best performance. Everyone monitoring a system must have a look at https://netdata.firehol.org Thanks to Costa… Continue reading Monitor Single Linux System with Netdata