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How to use Find and Locate in Linux

By |April 5th, 2016|Linux, Red Hat|

Introduction Find searches in the real system. Is slower but always up-to-date and has more options (size, modification time,...) Locate uses a previously built database (command updatedb). Is much faster, but uses an 'older' database and searches only names or parts of them. locate and find both commands will find file. But each of them [...]

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Install and Configure Munin Monitoring Server Linux

By |April 2nd, 2016|Linux, Monitoring Tool, Tools, Ubuntu|

Munin is an excellent system monitoring tool similar to RRD tool which will give you ample information about system performance in multiple fronts like disk, network, process, system and users. These are some of the default properties Munin monitors. How Munin works? Munin works in a client-server model. Munin server process on main server try [...]

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Oracle Linux 7 released

By |July 23rd, 2014|Linux|

Oracle's has launched Linux 7 which provides users with a freely available enterprise-grade Linux distribution. Oracle Linux 7 is based on the recent Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (RHEL) distribution released June 10. As Oracle Linux 7 is based on RHEL 7, it inherits many of the same new features. A major new feature in [...]

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