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15 Difference Between Linux Yum and Up2date Command

What is YUM? Yellow dog Updater, Modified (YUM) is an open source and free command line utility for package management. It is only compatible with that Linux operating system is having RPM facility in to it. Basic concept of YUM is to find out the dependencies which are required to install any package. With the […]

September 6, 2011 | By
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Example - How To Use Tee Command In Linux

In Unix and Linux world, a large number of small and single purpose programs are available. These programs can be chained together to perform complex tasks. Command chaining and redirection are the features that are used for these complex tasks. You can redirect the output and/or errors to a file and it will not be […]

August 22, 2011 | By
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13 Examples To Explain Linux Netstat Commad

The netstat command in Linux provides a lot of information about network activities and configuration on a system. It can display information on various network interface statistics. It can be used to check the network traffic, network sockets, listening ports, etc. This command provides a huge output many times, so you need to filter the […]

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What Is Fork Bomb Attack? How To Prevent In Linux?

What is fork bomb attack? The fork bomb attack is a form of denial-of-service attack which uses the fork functionality to recursively create running processes by a single process. This attack works by creating a large number of processes very quickly in order to saturate the available space of the OS’s process table. Once the […]

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Manage Archives With Atool - Atool Utility In Linux

Linux provides various tools for archiving and compressing files such as zip, bzip, gzip, tar, rar, etc. There are more tools that are not native to Linux, but provide good archiving and compressing abilities. With such a large number of tools at hand, sometimes it becomes difficult to remember all the commands. "Atool" allows you […]

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Install/Configure/Stages Of Linux GNU Grub Bootloader

GNU GRUB is the GRand Unified Bootloader from GNU. Bootloader is the first software program that runs during the system startup. GRUB can load different operating systems. If you have Linux installed on your system, then you must have seen the bootloader menu from which you can choose between different OS's. This article provides an […]

June 24, 2011 | By
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Learn Linux DD Command - 15 Examples With All Options

The Linux command ‘dd’ is one of the most powerful utility which can be used in a variety of ways. This tool is mainly used for copying and converting data, hence it stands for ‘data duplicator’. This tool can be used for: • Backing up and restoring an entire hard drive or a partition. • Copy […]

June 24, 2011 | By
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About Unix Scopeux Daemon

Openview performance agent. This daemon is related to the MWA agents that is responsible to monitored the applications, you can see the status with the following command: <<<<>>>>> /opt/perf/bin/mwa status <<<<>>>>>>> /opt/perf/bin/mwa stop <<<<<>>>>>> /opt/perf/bin/mwa start Daemon scopeux not running. Solution: ======== In this case, you should check from the logs any process couldn't register with […]

June 24, 2011 | By
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Linux Watch Command - Repeat A Command At Regular Intervals

The server administrator needs to maintain the system and keep it updated and safe. A number of intrusion attempts may happen every day. There are some other activities that maintain their log. These logs are updated regularly. In order to check these updates, the commands are executed repeatedly. For example, for simply reading a file, […]

June 21, 2011 | By
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How To Scan/Detect New LUNs In Redhat Linux & Outputs To Remember

You use the below commands to identify existing LUNs and How to add newly mapped LUNs to Linux. Check the current attached disks. #cat /proc/scsi/scsi | egrep -i 'Host:' | wc -l #fdisk -l 2>/dev/null | egrep '^Disk' | egrep -v 'dm-' | wc -l Check current multipath setup using multipath or powermt command. # […]

June 12, 2011 | By
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Tload Command - Linux CPU Load Monitoring Graph

There are a number of graphical utilities like gnome-system-monitor present for checking the system performance. But sometimes you might need text based tools. This article discusses a command line utility ‘tload’ that can be used to view the system load graphically. The tload command. The ‘tload’ command represents the pictorial representation of the average system […]

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GPG Command Linux: Examples To Encrypt And Decrypt File In Linux

GPG is an encryption and a signing tool for Linux/Unix-like operating system. Using GPG, you can encrypt and decrypt files with a password. Basically GPG uses a pair of keys such as public key and private key. Data encrypted with one key can only be decrypted with the other. You can use GPG to provide digital encryption and signing services […]

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Binding A Range Of IP Address To One Ethernet Interface

A single Network Interface Card (NIC) can be configured with multiple IP addresses. Suppose, you have a web server having multiple domains and each uses SSL, then you need to assign a dedicated IP address for each of the domain. If you have only one ethernet card available in your server, you can make use […]

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