Steps for Basic DNS Configuration to configure static IP through DNS

 This article provides basic DNS configuration steps necessary to configure static IP through DNS for a test environment. This guide will use the traditional method of manually assigning static IP address through DNS server. 

Configure MySQL Master-Slave Replication Cluster based on Binary Log

 This section describes replication between MySQL servers based on the binary log file position method. Replica (slave) keeps a record of the binary log coordinates: the file name and position within the file that it has read and processed from the source. The source and each replica must be configured with a unique ID (using the server_id system variable). In addition, each replica must be configured with information about the source's host name, log file name, and position within that file.

Install MySQL 8 on Oracle Linux 7

In this tutorial, you will learn how to install MySQL 8 on Oracle Linux 7. This article gives example of installing on MySQL on Oracle Linux. Linux supports a number of different solutions for installing MySQL.

Systematic Investment Plan and its Benefits

SIP or Systematic Investment Plan is one of the methods of investing in mutual funds. This is where regular investment with a fixed and small sum of money is made in a disciplined manner.

The Power of Compounding and Why It Pays to Start Early

 The most valuable financial lesson you can give to anyone is how to harness the power of compounding to one’s advantage. This life lesson is best learned early because the benefits grow exponentially the sooner you start it. The power of compounding works by growing your money exponentially. It adds the profit earned back to the principal amount and then reinvests the entire sum to accelerate the process. Thus, it creates a chain reaction by generating returns on the returns as long as your money remains invested.

Oracle Database 19c Installation On Oracle Linux 7

 This article is a step by step guide for installing Oracle Database 19c on the Oracle Enterprise Linux 7 (OL7).  The database created for demonstration purpose in this guide will use local file system.

This article describes how to install Oracle Database 19c Release 3 (19.3.0.0.0) on Linux x86-64 systems (Oracle Linux 7.4).