Private Maven Repository in Amazon S3

 A few days ago I had an interesting task with Maven and AWS S3. We decided to use S3 bucket as a private Maven repository. Amazon S3 is a good place for keeping private Maven artifacts.

If you want to use S3 bucket as a private or public maven repo, first of all, you need to create an s3 bucket, create IAM user and configure AWS access by keys. It's a very simple task, let's do it.

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How to install Maven on CentOS

Apache Maven is a project management software, managing building, reporting and documentation of a Java  development project. In order to install and configure Apache Maven on CentOS, follow these steps.

First of all, you need to install Java 1.8 JDK. Make sure to install Java JDK, not JRE.

Then go ahead and download the latest Maven binary from its official site. For example, for version 3.3.9:

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No space left on device – running out of Inodes

One of my servers went down today. Problems started with deployment on jenkins that reported “No space left on device”, although partition was not nearly full. If you ever run into such trouble – most likely you have too many small or 0-sized files on your disk, and while you have enough disk space, you have exhausted all available Inodes. Below is the solution for this problem.

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