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gitignore file for Go Projects

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This is a gitignore file for a Go project to ensure temporary files and build files are not added to git repository commits.


CockroachDB systemd script

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This is a simple systemd script for CockroachDB. It works for single node installations or multiple nodes, however you’ll need to manually join each node to the cluster before using the systemd script. 

Create the systemd file and add the following content:

Note that there are several paths specified in the above file which may need to be tailored to your installation requirements.

Run the following to enable the service on system start, and to start the CockroachDB service.

If your host belongs to a cluster, create a hosts file containing the hosts of other nodes in your cluster that will be read when starting your local node. For multiple nodes, use a comma to separate each hostname and port combination.


gitignore file for Eclipse Projects

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This is an example of a .gitignore file for an Eclipse project to ensure temporary files, build files and project settings are not added to repository commits.

See .gitignore for more info.


gitignore file for Nodejs Projects

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An example gitignore file for Nodejs projects to ensure that local environment variables, build related output and modules are not committed to the git repository.

See .gitignore for more info.


gitignore file for Netbeans Projects

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A gitignore file for most Netbeans projects to keep the build and local configuration files out of your git repository.

See .gitignore for more info.


.gitignore OS generated files

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A gitignore file to ignore standard OS (usually Windows) generated files. Often you’d use this in addition to a more technology specific gitignore set.

See .gitignore for more info.


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