Category: Linux tutorials

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How to add Linux hosts to Nagios server for monitoring

Nagios is free and open source application that is used for monitoring the complete It infrastructure i.e. computers, firewalls, printers, networks etc. It provides real time updates of usage of various resources like ram, hdd or cpu usage of the systems & also provides alerts when...

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Guide to creating a shared folder using SAMBA server

Samba is an open source software, based on CIFS (Common Internet File System) that can run on Unix/Linux distributions & makes it possible to communicate with Windows machines. We use samba server mainly to share files & folder with windows client machine but we can also...

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Create your first Virtual machine in RHEL/CentOS using KVM

Use of virtualization is on rise, more & more enterprises are adopting it. Perhaps the biggest advantage of using it cost saving. Companies save on hardware resources, space & reduced power consumption. &One of the major player in the field of virtualization is KVM technology. KVM...

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Password protecting an Apache directory

Apache is known for being fast, secure & extremely customization. We can modify apache as per our needs & requirements with its various modules & configurations. One such file that is used to modify configurations of the website is ‘.htaccess’ file. .htaccess .htaccess is short for hyper...

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Load balancing web server using POUND load balancer

Load balancers are used to improve the performance of infrastructure, whether they are being used to improve performance of a single system by distributing load across various network interfaces or load balancing might be used to distribute load of a web server across several backend servers....

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