Docker Hub on CloudSigma

How to Run Docker on CloudSigma (with CloudInit) Updated

In the past couple of years, Docker has received a tremendous amount of attention. While the concept of containers is hardly anything new (something we at CloudSigma talked more about in this previous post), Docker appears to have become the go-to container manager. To automatically deploy Docker at CloudSigma, you will need: An SSH key. Basic understanding of Docker. The official …

Create a Script for Windows to Auto Expand your Partition after you Increase your Virtual Drive Size

At CloudSigma our infrastructure provides unbundled resources which gives a lot of flexibility. It means you can increase a drive’s size as you need to. The problem for the most people is however that when the drive size is increased at the infrastructure layer in the cloud, the filesystem is not expanded automatically and you have to do this manually …

How to Cgroups

HowTo: CGroups

Well, as you know, GNU & Linux are awesome. Why? Because we have Control Groups (CGroups)! In this post you’ll learn how to: Protect critical system processes for both memory and CPU. A walkthrough video implementing cgroups on a live running server Set up an example implementation of CGroups or SystemD slices. Keeping Everything under Control You can use CGroups …