Category: Linux

Announcing Windows Server Insider Preview Build 16237

Announcing Windows Server Insider Preview Build 16237

Hello Windows Insiders! On June 15th we announced some very exciting news: Windows Server will now have more frequent releases providing customers who are innovating quickly an opportunity to take advantage of new OS...

Track file changes using auditd

Track file changes using auditd

Most of Linux distributions comes with Linux Auditing System that makes it possible to track file changes, file accesses as well as system calls. It’s pretty useful functionality for sysadmins who wish to know...

Failover and Load Balancing using HAProxy

HAProxy is open source proxy that can be used to enable high availability and load balancing for web applications. It was designed especially for high load projects so it is very fast and predictable,...

Linux Restricted Shells: rssh and scponly

Linux Restricted Shells: rssh and scponly

Restricted shells like rssh and scponly give sysadmin the possibility to limit the operations that Linux user can do, for example you can create user that will be allowed to copy files via scp...

Linux df Command Usage Examples

Linux df Command Usage Examples

This post about Linux df command opens series of articles for Linux newbies where you’ll find description and usage examples of major Linux commands like df, top, fsck, mount and so on. Introduction Linux...

Limit CPU usage of Linux process

Limit CPU usage of Linux process

cpulimit is a small program written in C that allows to limit CPU usage by Linux process. Limit is specified in percentage so it’s possible to prevent high CPU load generated by scripts, programs...