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Install Memcache onto cPanel running CentOS

Memcached is a service that allows entire database tables to be stored in memory, drastically speeding up queries to those tables and alleviating database load....

Basic Commands Part I: Compress and decompress files using rar, bzip,...

This is a series of lessons of “Basic Commands “ that focuses on command-line usage, in this serie you will learn the tools and...

Linux: Finding and Locating files with find command part # 1

Many newcomers find it difficult use the find command at shell prompt under Linux. Find is nifty tool on remote server where UNIX admin can...

How To Monitor Remote Linux Host using Nagios

In the previous post How to install Nagios on CentOS 5 or 6 , I explained the overview, installation and configuration of Nagios 3.0 on a...

Open SSL Heartbleed vulnerability – A complete check and fix

In this time, we all are aware about the new Open SSL Heartbleed vulnerability. The Heartbleed bug allows anyone on the Internet to read the...

Rsync: Preserve / Copy Hard Links ( Backup Rsnapshot Directory Tree...

I'm using rsnapshot filesystem snapshot utility to make incremental snapshots of local and remote filesystems for 10 production servers running on RHEL 5.x system. The rsnapshot commands makes...

Bash Scripting Basics: Part 1

If you have been using computers for a while, whether you have been using Unix, Windows or Mac operating systems, you’re probably already familiar...

Yum Download Mirror – Switching To The Fastest Mirror On CentOS/Fedora/RHEL

Have you ever found when using yum to update your system or install new software that the downloads come at incredibly slow speeds or...

Find Linux RAM Information Command

How do I find out ram information under Linux operating systems?You can use the following commands to find information about RAM under Linux operating...

RHEL / CentOS Linux: Mount and Access NTFS Partition

How to enable NTFS support on CentOS Linux version 5 or 6? How do I mount ntfs partition under RHEL 5 or 6?First, you...