Tagged: Command

Linux Monitoring Tools

Linux Monitoring Tools

Looking for Linux Monitoring Tools what about these built-in commands. These tools provide metrics which can be used to get information about system activities. You can use these tools to find the possible causes of...

Some Linux Iptables Examples

Some Linux Iptables Examples

Iptables is an application program that allows a system administrator to configure the tables provided by the Linux kernel firewall and the chains and rules it stores. Today we are going to review some...

40 Useful Linux Commands

40 Useful Linux Commands

If you are a newbie there is a list of commands you must know, to survive on Linux environments. This commands will help you to move between directories, get system information, and manage data...

Using Grep To Search For Text Patterns

Using Grep To Search For Text Patterns

I have been using Linux for a while on my server and have a large collection of the text file everywhere. I’m interested in learning about searching a text string. Can you tell me...

Visualize Files Content – Cat, Tail, Head

Visualize Files Content – Cat, Tail, Head

Cat, Tail, Head Commands are so useful when you are working with files. Head Command The head command reads the first ten lines of a any given file name. head [options] [file(s)] Options -c,...

8 Touch Command Examples

8 Touch Command Examples

Check this 8 Touch Command Examples so you can easily manage files and directories. touch is a standard Unix command-line interface program which is used to create empty files, update the access date or modification...

Check and Repair Corrupted File System On Linux

Check and Repair Corrupted File System On Linux

fsck utility is used to check and repair Linux filesystems (ext2, ext3, ext4, etc.). Depending on when was the last time a file system was checked, the system runs the fsck during boot time...