Linux monitoring and troubleshooting

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  • Linux kernel panic

    Linux kernel panic occurs when the operating system discovers a potentially fatal error that affects the Linux kernel. 

  • Zabbix

    Zabbix is an open-source tool designed to monitor networks, servers, appliances and other hardware through a Linux-based server, which communicates to the native agents that are available for many operating systems, including Linux, UNIX and Windows.... 

About Linux monitoring and troubleshooting

Monitoring Linux servers and troubleshooting problems is critical for mission-critical Linux servers and production machines. When a Linux server hangs during the boot process or has serious performance lag, learn how to troubleshoot and solve the problem. Get information on how to troubleshoot and fix boot errors, lost passwords, server hangs and performance problems. Learn about using Linux monitoring tools, including systems management tools such as Nagios and Linux distribution vendor tools such as YUM, Red Hat Package Manager, and more. You can also find information on how to find lost files on Linux servers, learn important Linux commands that will help you in your monitoring activities, understand logs, and handle Linux crashes.