Category: Linux Admin

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working with Linux runlevels

When the system boots up, it queries for the default runlevel, which is defined in  the /etc/inittab file. When that default runlevel is located, the system boots into that particular runlevel. The different runlevels are essentially “states,” which allow services to be started or stopped depending...

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‘od’: Write files in octal or other formats

‘od’ writes an unambiguous representation of each FILE (‘-‘ means standard input), or standard input if none are given.  Synopses:      od [OPTION]… [FILE]…      od [-abcdfilosx]… [FILE] [[+]OFFSET[.][b]]      od [OPTION]… –traditional [FILE] [[+]OFFSET[.][b] [[+]LABEL[.][b]]] Each line of output consists of the offset in the...

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Linux Admin Reference – Device Mapper Multipath ( DM-Multipath) Configuration – Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6

In Enterprise Linux Environment, External storage often permits devices to be accessed by multiple physical paths. This improves redundancy and availability. SAN environment Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides the device-mapper-multipath component to manage multipath capable storage and to present multipath devices to applications running on the...

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Configruing NTP Services in Linux ( RHEL5/6)

The NTP service is responsible for maintaining the system time, which is highly important in any  environment because so many things rely on time (logs, error messages, applications, and so on). There are a few different roles that your system can have when using NTP. They...

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