Linux Kernel Parameters for Oracle Installation

Installing oracle in a Linux box requires several requirements and modifications to your kernel. I will show you the requirements to install ORACLE 11g on centos 6.2. To make it complete, I am going to show other requirements also. Hardware [...]

jomos 5:47 pm

How to Mount NFS using Autofs

Autofs uses the automount daemon to manage your mount points by only mounting them dynamically when they are accessed. Autofs consults the master map configuration file /etc/auto.master to determine which mount points are defined. It then starts an automount process [...]

jomos 10:04 pm

How to Use awk Command in Linux

Awk (Aho, Weinberger, and Kernighan) is a powerful command used in Unix/Linux for processing or analyzing text files from the terminal. Awk is a scripting language which can perform very complex tasks. Awk is a field or column processor (i.e. [...]

jomos 11:03 am

Understanding Semaphores in Linux

A semaphore is a mechanism that allows contending process or thread to alter, monitor queries, and control shared system resources. A semaphore is a solution to race condition in multiprocessing system. Race condition occurs when multiple processes try to access shared resources. [...]

jomos 10:58 am

How to Enable SSH Log and List Failed Login in Linux

As we know SSH protocol provide remote login facility and hence it is important to maintain the login logs. System admin can achieve this by configuring in syslogd services. In Linux, syslogd is the unix logging service which maintains the logs [...]

jomos 8:25 am

Easy Steps Enabling SNMP and Configuration In Linux

SNMP Linux

Before I explain about Linux SNMP configuration, I'll let you know what is SNMP. Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a well known protocol for network management. It is really hard to manage large networks that have thousands of network device. [...]

jomos 12:17 pm