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How to install NGINX web server in oracle Linux cloud instance?


Step 1:

Login to oracle Linux instance using SSH client.

Step 2:

Enter the NGINX installation command as follows.

> sudo yum install nginx

If you face 'No package nginx available' error, we need to install the 'EPEL' repository.

To install the EPEL repo, use the below command.

> sudo yum install

We can install NGINX server once EPEL is installed .

Enter the command  'sudo yum install nginx' again.

Wait until the installation is complete.

Step 3:

We need to start the NGINX server once the installation is complete.

Also, we need to make NGINX startup as a service.So that we don't need to start the NGINX server manually after reboot.

Command to make the NGINX as a service is as follows.

> sudo systemctl enable --now nginx.service

Step 4:

Verify the NGINX server status using the following command.

> sudo systemctl status nginx

Step 5:

Add the HTTP firewall for port 80 using the below command.

> sudo firewall-cmd --add-service=http --permanent

Step 6:

Reload the firewall configuration using the following command.

> sudo firewall-cmd --reload

Step 7:

Go back to browser and enter the cloud linux public IP address in URL and press enter.

You can see the default HTML index page of the NGINX web server.

You will access the web server using the internet through public IP.

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How to create Linux instance with 24 GB RAM 4 CPU using Oracle cloud server?

This tutorial will see how to create an oracle cloud Linux compute instance with 24 GB RAM and 4 CPUs.

We will not use Putty keys to create and connect the Linux instance in this method.

We will be using a public key /Private key generated by Oracle.

Step 1. 

Log in to your Oracle Cloud account and navigate to compute instance menu.

Step 2.

Click the Edit option in the Image and Shape section.

Step 3.

You can see 'AMD' shape is preselected.

Click on Change Shape.

Select 'AMPERE ARM-Based processor.'

Click on the Shape name and choose the required CPU and memory.

After finishing, click the 'select shape' button.

Step 4:

In the Add SSH keys part, select the 'Generate a key pair for me' option.

Save private and public keys.

Click the create button once keys are saved in the drive.

Wait for a few seconds until the instance status shows as RUNNING.

Verify the memory and CPU count in Shape configuration.

Step 5:

Download and install Mobaxterm SSH client from below url.

Step 6:

Open the Mobaxterm SSH client and click the Sessions menu in top left corner.

Step 7:

Input the IP address in the remote host text box.

Then click advanced SSH settings.

Click the 'Use private key' checkbox and browse the private key we saved while creating the Linux instance. Private Key name will be ending with .key extension.

Then click OK.

Step 8:

Enter the username as opc.

That's it. You can see Linux cloud instance is connected with the SSH client.

Now oracle Linux GUI is connected remotely.

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