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How to verify if user account exists in Linux/Unix?

By | November 12th, 2015|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX|

Introduction In this article our objective is to verify if user account exists in Redhat enterprise Linux machine running with the Operating system version 6.5. Process Step 1: Login to server with Username and password. Step 2: Run following command to find the user details. Syntax: $ cat /etc/passwd | grep <username> Step 3: Following [...]

Delete Files Older than x Days on Linux

By | February 24th, 2015|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX|

Objective: To find the files which are older than X days in Linux Operating system. In this scenario, X is represented in hours. If you wish to delete the files older than 2 days, then X value should be 48. Process: Step 1: SSH to the server. Step 2: Identify the target directory. eg: /u01/wiki/temp/ [...]

How to Check the Last Reboot Time on a Server?

By | February 23rd, 2015|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX|

There are a couple of ways to determine when the server has been last rebooted in Linux Operating System. Option 1: Using "who" command. [crayon-597448aebccee575896854/]   Option 2: Using "uptime" command [crayon-597448aebcd0b795500730/]   Option 3: Using "last reboot" command [crayon-597448aebcd1f938123859/]  

How to install .rpm files in linux?

By | September 29th, 2014|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX|

       RPM is one of the most powerful utility that gives you full flexibility to install, modify, delete or upgrade and to customize your package or application on your linux machine. The tool allows system administrators and users to install, update, uninstall, query, verify and manage system software packages in Unix/Linux operating systems. [...]

Linux Administrator Interview Questions

By | May 25th, 2013|Interview Questions|

How do you take a single line of input from the user in a shell script? Write a script to convert all DOS style backslashes to UNIX style slashes in a list of files. Write a regular expression (or sed script) to replace all occurrences of the letter ‘f’, followed by any number of characters, [...]

Open Source Tools for Linux – Part 2

By | May 4th, 2013|Operating Systems, Tools, UNIX - LINUX|

Radius Servers Freeradius Cistron Dtc GNUradius Radiator Openradius Weblog analizers Analog Webalizer Awstats Lire Logminer Yaalr WebDruid Logrep PhpMyVisites Load balanced and High-Availability services Ultramonkey Pound Linux-ha Drbd Websites counter WWWcounter Phpcounter Online IP Subnet calculator Subnet-Calculator Subnet Subnetmask Linux Data Recovery Tools Linuxrecovery Testdisk SystemrescueCD KnoppixliveCD dvdisaster Stellar Mondo Rescue mkCDrec ReaR Change log [...]

Open Source Tools for Linux – Part 1

By | May 3rd, 2013|Operating Systems, Tools, UNIX - LINUX|

Know your ipaddress at itsyourip DNS related Dnsstuff Global Whois Tool Dnsreport Dnstools Pingability DNSdoctor Name Server Zone Transfer Tool MyDNSConfig Lookup Server Online dig tool for dns Online DNS Dig Tool Web host select online Dig Tool Network management tools Nagios Cacti Mrtg Munin Rtg Argus Jffnms Zabbix Healthmonitor nPulse BandwidthD Backup Bacula Amanda Rdiff [...]