Even Salvatore Sanfilippo (creator of Redis) thinks it's a bad idea to use multiple DBs in Redis. So we can install as many Redis instances as the number of DBs we need. This post will show you how to create multiple Redis instance as Windows service on the same Windows server.
Gitlab ships with its own free CICD which works pretty well. This post will give you an example of the CICD file
.gitlab-ci.yml for a Python project running on Gitlab Windows runner.
This post will walk you through the steps to migrate Gitlab from one docker container to another. The steps need you to know how to install a new Gitlab container and how to backup and restore Gitlab container, because the migration is just a restoration of a backup to another container.
I always asked myself how to terminate a Powershell script or session, each time I needed to do some tests by myself and also searched on Google. But I could never remember it. So I would like to take this post to note it down, the next time I need to terminate, just need to come back to here.
Gitlab hosts everything about the code including the docs and the pipeline data, etc. It's crucial to back it up. You can also use restore to migrate the Gitlab to another server. This post will show you how to backup and restore the Gitlab-CE docker version.
Gitlab runner can be installed on Windows OS. For people like me who is more familiar with Windows, we would like to use Windows as a Gitlab runner. This post will give you a simplified procedure (winrm PsRemoting full command line) about its installation with some tips and tricks that I haven't seen anywhere on the Internet.
Gitlab-CE (Community Edition) is a completely free and powerful web-based Git-repository manager with wiki, issue-tracking and CI/CD pipeline features, using an open-source license, developed by GitLab Inc. There're already many much better docs on the net, I've never worked with Docker and Linux before, so I wrote this post to save my way to install the Gitlab docker version on Ubuntu, the post is more or less for personal purpose.