Commands, Errors, Magento2, Magento2 Commands

Magento 2.4.0 – Getting Error Could not validate a connection to Elasticsearch. No alive nodes found in your cluster

Magento Open Source 2.4.0 support for PHP 7.4, Elasticsearch 7.6.x, and MySQL 8.0. So It’s essential to install Elasticsearch. You must install Elasticsearch before installing Magento Commerce or Magento Open Source 2.4.0. See Elasticsearch for details. Run the below command to Install Elasticsearch In locally. Download and install the public signing key : wget -qO – https://artifacts.elastic.co/GPG-KEY-elasticsearch | sudo apt-key…

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Magento 2 Modes_ Default, Developer, Production and Maintenance
Commands, Magento2, Magento2 Commands

Magento 2 Modes: Default, Developer, Production and Maintenance

In this tutorial you’ll learn different Magento 2 Modes. Earlier, Magento 1 was operated with a single mode for development as well as production. However, the Magento 2 came with below modes. Magento 2 Modes : Default, Developer Production and Maintenance. Let’s review through each of them in detail. (01) Default : As the name suggests, the default mode is…

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Important Linux Command
Commands, Linux

Important Linux Command

pwd : The pwd command is a command line utility for printing the current working directory. It will print the full system path of the current working directory to standard output. rm command is used to delete the files and directories in Linux. rm stands for remove. Syntax : rm [options] [-r directories] filenames Options : -i : is used…

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permission commands in linux
Commands, Linux

Permission Commands in Linux

Linux is a multi-user operating system, so it has security to prevent people from accessing each other’s confidential files. For effective security, Linux divides authorization into 2 levels. Ownership 2. Permission Linux File Ownership : Every Linux system have three types of owner. User : A user is the one who created the file. By default, whosoever, creates the file…

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How to import and export a MySQL database?
Commands, Database

How to import and export a MySQL database?

This blog describes how to import MySQL databases and export MySQL databases. So You can import and export databases for a variety of scenarios, including: How to export a MYSQL database? You can export a MySQL database to a file by using phpMyAdmin or the mysqldump database command line program. Export : To Export a database, open up terminal, making…

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Basic Git Commands
Commands, Git

Basic Git Commands

GIT is the most widely used open-source VCS (version control system) that allows you to track changes made to files. Companies and programmers usually use GIT to collaborate on developing software and applications. The working directory is where you add, delete, and edit the files. So, the changes are staged in the staging area. After you commit your changes, the…

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