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  • In the Inductive Automation videos/manuals, they mention using a database solution to replicate your data. To do that, you could use a managed database service, such as AWS RDS. Or if you want the database to be local, then I will explain one method of replicating the data between two servers. I’m not going to go into the details of how this works, this is more of a reference to get it up and running quickly.

    Requirements:
    Two MariaDB Servers
    MariaDB Connector/J
    Ignition Server

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  • All the Petrinex Data is freely available to use, and it’s very interesting. I looked through it, and produced these images of production locations in Alberta. I utilized R to summarize the data, and have a walk-through of how to do that below.
    Below is a summary of the gas production by township in Alberta: .

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  • I have been preparing for the Cisco CCNA Security Exam, and wanted to see if it is actually possible to make a poorly configured switch create a switching loop even if BPDU Guard was enabled on the access switch. If the rogue switch filters all the BPDU packets.

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