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Rsync is a free software utility for Unix- and Linux-like systems that copies files and directories from one host to another. Rsync is available on most Linux distributions by default. Continue Reading
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While XFS is a valuable file management software, a strong understanding of its management tools is central to reaping its benefits. Learn how to use XFS commands from an expert. Continue Reading
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Learn the most essential Linux Linux commands, utilities, and tools for Enterprise administrators and managers. Our guide lists and describes the most essential kernel and shell commands and links to valuable Linux administrator resources. Continue Reading
This tip explains how to install and monitor a secure PostgreSQL database server and some of your primary infrastructural considerations, such as a secure network design. Continue Reading
With this three-step approach, securely install Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.1, bypass more complex security and avoid the ill-advised "install all" approach, advises an expert. Continue Reading
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How do Linux distributions compare in terms of performance, support services, security and speed under different enterprise conditions? Linux experts compare Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise and Ubuntu against these criteria. Continue Reading
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server offers a Rescue CD for repairing the system if your hardware causes a crash at reboot. This tip shows you how to use it. Continue Reading
Synchronize your SUSE Linux Enterprise Server times using NTP time server. Two servers are recommended for enterprise situations, as redundancy will save the day in case of a disaster. Continue Reading