Category: Unix Beginners

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Careers in Computer Networking & System Administration

Computers, information technology, and telecommunications have revolutionized the way we live and work. Jobs in the computer and telecom industry provide opportunities to work with the latest technology, and a great career choice for individuals with a technical aptitude.

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SAN (Storage area Networking) for System Administrators

 In conventional IT systems, storage devices are connected to servers by means of SCSI cables. The idea behind storage networks is that these SCSI cables are replaced by a network, which is installed in addition to the existing LAN.  Server and storage devices can exchange data...

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Enterprise Network Environment and Support Functions

    Enterprise Network Architecture Let us assume that we are talking about a company named “ABC Finance Ltd”, which is  providing financial services to various Domestic, International organisations  and as well for individuals using it’s highly sophisticated IT(Information Technology) services.  Various  clients from different regions of...

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VxVM Beginners – Commands and Examples – Part 2

This is a continuation post for our previous post Beginner’s Lesson – VERITAS Volume Manager for Solaris Learning VxVM administration will be much easier by understanding below three things> 1. How Veritas Volume Manager treats Operating System Native Disks into Veritas Volumes 2. What are the...

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Make your recruitment process awesome

I am writing this post for those young brothers who are very well qualified for job requirement, but still struggling to receive an offer of appointment. When ever I had a chance for discussion with fresh engineers, I always tried to explain them that the job recruitment...

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Configuring Solaris Syslogd for Centralized log Setup

Syslogd is the daemon that continuously reads and forwards system messages to the appropriate log files or users, depending upon the priority of a message and the system facility from which it originates. The syslogd daemon reads the /etc/syslog.conf to process each and every system message...

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