LEGO Star Wars Custom Phase 2 501st Clone Trooper

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This is my LEGO Star Wars Custom Phase 2 501st Clone Trooper. It is from Star Wars Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith, and features water-slide decals designed by me. If you are interested in buying a custom please send me a PM and we can negotiate a deal. Thumbs up, comment, and subscribe! Thanks for Watching!

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LEGO Star Wars Custom Phase 2 Clone Commander Cody

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This is my LEGO Star Wars Custom Phase 2 Clone Commander Cody. He is from Star Wars Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith, and features water-slide decals designed by me. If you are interested in buying a custom check him out here – cgi.ebay.com Thumbs up, comment, and subscribe! Thanks for Watching!
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Clone a XEN VPS server that resides on a LVM / Logical Volume Manager

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Hello!

We thought it would be important to share this information as it might be interesting to someone who wants to replicate the same VPS across many instances in order to create a farm of web servers (for example).

This uses very similar concepts to our LVM XEN backup post a while back.

Step 1: Take a snapshot of the current VPS

This is simple. Use the lvcreate command with the -s option to create a snapshot of the running VPS. We assume your VPS is 5GB in size, so just replace that with however large your VPS is :

lvcreate -s -L 5GB -n snapshot_name /dev/VolGroup00/running_vps_image

Step 2: Create your new VPS

This is important. You want to create a new vps, assign a MAC and IP address first and let the creation process fully finish. Then shut the VPS down.

Step 3: Copy the snapshot to the new VPS

All you have to do is use the dd command to transfer the snapshot image to the newly created VPS image :

dd if=/dev/VolGroup00/snapshot_name of=/dev/VolGroup00/new_vps_image

All done! Dont forget to remove the snapshot after your done with it :

lvremove -f /dev/VolGroup00/snapshot_name

Start up the new vps and you should have a carbon copy of the previous vps!

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Clone a XEN VPS server that resides on a LVM / Logical Volume Manager

Posted by: Admin  :  Category: Web Hosting

Hello!

We thought it would be important to share this information as it might be interesting to someone who wants to replicate the same VPS across many instances in order to create a farm of web servers (for example).

This uses very similar concepts to our LVM XEN backup post a while back.

Step 1: Take a snapshot of the current VPS

This is simple. Use the lvcreate command with the -s option to create a snapshot of the running VPS. We assume your VPS is 5GB in size, so just replace that with however large your VPS is :

lvcreate -s -L 5GB -n snapshot_name /dev/VolGroup00/running_vps_image

Step 2: Create your new VPS

This is important. You want to create a new vps, assign a MAC and IP address first and let the creation process fully finish. Then shut the VPS down.

Step 3: Copy the snapshot to the new VPS

All you have to do is use the dd command to transfer the snapshot image to the newly created VPS image :

dd if=/dev/VolGroup00/snapshot_name of=/dev/VolGroup00/new_vps_image

All done! Dont forget to remove the snapshot after your done with it :

lvremove -f /dev/VolGroup00/snapshot_name

Start up the new vps and you should have a carbon copy of the previous vps!

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iPad Clone – aPad Demonstration Part 4 – Media Players

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This is Part 4 of my videos on the aPad. This video will focus on media players. RockChip CPU aPad 7″ www.amazon.com Personal suggestion: Amazon’s Kindle Fire – 7″ multitouch tablet! www.amazon.com Here’s the Playlist for all of my aPad videos: www.youtube.com Let’s start with the audio player. The speaker on this isn’t particularly strong. They usually ship these with earphones and using earphones, the volume is loud, but don’t expect much from the speaker on the device. This song is in MP3 format. If you have a speaker that can connect using the 3.5mm jack on the aPad, the output sounds really good. Let me give an example. This is a JBL speaker. You can also play songs in the background while you load another app. Let’s move on to the video player. This is a copy of Star Trek I ripped off my dvd for demonstration. The best resolution to use for video playback on the aPad is widescreen 480P. That’s 720×480 pixels. This copy came with the black lines. Speaker volume is the same. The screen is a bit reflective and the viewing angle is limited, but it can play a full length video on one full charge. For this movie, I used AVI format encoded with XVID codec. MP4, H264, WMV, and MPEG2 will also work on this. Subscribe and watch my following videos on the aPad. Follow me on these sites: Subscribe to me on YouTube Blogger: www.mycoretechs.com JaymarkTech www.jaymarktech.com Twitter www.twitter.com Facebook – Search: JaymarkTech Thank you! — Interested in building your own

Clone a XEN VPS server that resides on a LVM / Logical Volume Manager

Posted by: Admin  :  Category: Web Hosting

Hello!

We thought it would be important to share this information as it might be interesting to someone who wants to replicate the same VPS across many instances in order to create a farm of web servers (for example).

This uses very similar concepts to our LVM XEN backup post a while back.

Step 1: Take a snapshot of the current VPS

This is simple. Use the lvcreate command with the -s option to create a snapshot of the running VPS. We assume your VPS is 5GB in size, so just replace that with however large your VPS is :

lvcreate -s -L 5GB -n snapshot_name /dev/VolGroup00/running_vps_image

Step 2: Create your new VPS

This is important. You want to create a new vps, assign a MAC and IP address first and let the creation process fully finish. Then shut the VPS down.

Step 3: Copy the snapshot to the new VPS

All you have to do is use the dd command to transfer the snapshot image to the newly created VPS image :

dd if=/dev/VolGroup00/snapshot_name of=/dev/VolGroup00/new_vps_image

All done! Dont forget to remove the snapshot after your done with it :

lvremove -f /dev/VolGroup00/snapshot_name

Start up the new vps and you should have a carbon copy of the previous vps!

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