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A Guide to Kill, Pkill and Killall Commands to Terminate a Process in Linux

Linux Operating System comes with Kill command to terminate a process, which is no longer needed, or needs to be killed after a major change/update, without the need of restarting the server. Linux Operating System lets you start/stop a service without the need of restarting the machine, here comes... [[...

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Rsync (Remote Sync): 10 Practical Examples of Rsync Command in Linux

Rsync (Remote Sync) is a most commonly used command for copying and synchronizing files and directories remotely as well as locally in Linux/Unix systems. With the help of rsync command you can copy and synchronize your data remotely and locally across directories, across disks and networks,... [[ This is a...

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Setting Process CPU Priority With nice and renice Linux Commands

Nice is a command in Unix and Linux operating systems that allows for the adjustment of the “Niceness” value of processes. Adjusting the “niceness” value of processes allows for setting an advised CPU priority that the kernel’s scheduler will use to determine which processes get more or less CPU time. 

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Quiz 3 – “Test Yourself” 21 Linux Basic Questions

This is the third post of “Test Yourself Series“. This Series was aimed to make you learn, interactively and it has seen good response from the users part, so far. This post is aimed at making you aware of most of the Ports, and is very much useful for the...

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Finding the OS Version & Distribution in Linux

When supporting systems you have inherited or in environments that have many different OS versions and distributions of Linux. There are times when you simply don’t know off hand what OS version or distribution the server you are logged into is. Luckily there is a simple way to figure that out. Ubuntu/Debian...

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