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RedHat/CentOS boot sequence diagram

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Two-Factor Authentication in OpenStack Cloud - This articlet Two-Factor Authentication in OpenStack Cloud published first on The Customize Windows... Click to Read the full Article... http://ow.ly/2FUSwJ
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Linux directory structure.
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Linux Cheat Sheet

More Detailed : http://linoxide.com/guide/linux-command-shelf.html

SYSTEM

#uname -a =>Displaylinux system information 
#uname -r =>isplay kernel release information 
#uptime =>Show how long the system has been running + load 
#hostname =>Show system host name 
#hostname -i =>Display the IP address of the host 
#last reboot =>Show system reboot history 
#date =>Show the current date and time 
#cal =>Show this month calendar 
#w =>Display who is online 
#whoami =>Who you are logged in as 
#finger user =>Display information about user

Hardware

#dmesg =>Detected hardware and boot messages 
#cat /proc/cpuinfo =>CPU model 
#cat /proc/meminfo =>Hardware memory 
#cat /proc/interrupts =>Lists the number of interrupts per CPU per I/O device
#lshw =>Displays information on hardware configuration of 
   the system
#lsblk =>Displays block device related information in Linux 
#free -m =>Used and free memory (-m for MB) 
#lspci -tv =>Show PCI devices 
#lsusb -tv =>Show USB devices 
#dmidecode =>Show hardware info from the BIOS 
#hdparm -i /dev/sda         =>Show info about disk sda
#hdparm -tT /dev/sda        =>Do a read speed test on disk sda
#badblocks -s /dev/sda     =>Test for unreadable blocks on disk sda

Users

#id =>Show the active user id with login and group 
#last =>Show last logins on the system 
#who =>Show who is logged on the system 
#groupadd admin =>Add group "admin" 
#useradd -c "Sam Tomshi"      =>g admin -m sam #Create user "sam" 
#userdel sam =>Delete user sam
#adduser sam =>Add user "sam" 
#usermod =>Modify user information

File Commands

#ls –al =>Display all information about files/ directories 
#pwd =>Show the path of current directory 
#mkdir directory-name      =>Create a directory 
#rm file-name             =>Delete file 
#rm -r directory-nam         =>Delete directory recursively 
#rm -f file-name         =>Forcefully remove file 
#rm -rf directory-name      =>Forcefully remove directory recursively 
#cp file1 file2 =>Copy file1 to file2 
#cp -r dir1 dir2 =>Copy dir1 to dir2, create dir2 if it doesn’t exist 
#mv file1 file2 =>Rename source to dest / move source to directory 
#ln –s /path/to/file-name link-name #Create symbolic link to file-name 
#touch file =>Create or update file 
#cat > file =>Place standard input into file 
#more file =>Output contents of file 
#head file =>Output first 10 lines of file 
#tail file =>Output last 10 lines of file 
#tail -f file =>Output contents of file as it grows starting with the 
   last 10 lines 
#gpg -c file =>Encrypt file 
#gpg file.gpg =>Decrypt file 
#wc =>print the number of bytes, words, and lines in files 
#xargs =>Execute command lines from standard input

Process Related

#ps =>Display your currently active processes 
#ps aux | grep 'telnet'      =>Find all process id related to telnet process 
#pmap =>Memory map of process 
#top =>Display all running processes 
#killpid =>Kill process with mentioned pid id 
#killall proc =>Kill all processes named proc
#pkill process-name =>Send signal to a process with its name
#bg =>Lists stopped or background jobs 
#fg =>Brings the most recent job to foreground 
#fg n =>Brings job n to the foreground
File Permission Related

#chmod octal file-name =>Change the permissions of file to octal 
Example 
#chmod 777 /data/test.c =>Set rwx permission for owner,group,world
#chmod 755 /data/test.c =>Set rwx permission for owner,rw for group 
   and world 
#chown owner-user file =>Change owner of the file 
#chown owner-user:owner-group file-name =>Change owner and group 
   owner of the file 
#chown owner-user:owner-group directory =>Change owner and group 
   owner of the directory

Network

#ifconfig –a =>Display all network ports and ip address 
#ifconfig eth0 =>Display specific ethernet port 
#ethtool eth0 =>Linux tool to show ethernet status 
#mii-tool eth0 =>Linux tool to show ethernet status 
#ping host =>Send echo request to test connection 
#whois domain =>Get who is information for domain 
#dig domain =>Get DNS information for domain 
#dig -x host =>Reverse lookup host 
#host google.com =>Lookup DNS ip address for the name 
#hostname –i =>Lookup local ip address 
#wget file =>Download file 
#netstat -tupl =>List active connections to / from system

Compression / Archives

#tar cf home.tar home =>Create tar named home.tar containing home/ 
#tar xf file.tar =>Extract the files from file.tar 
#tar czf file.tar.gz files =>Create a tar with gzip compression 
#gzip file =>Compress file and renames it to file.gz

Install Package

#rpm -i pkgname.rpm =>Install rpm based package 
#rpm -e pkgname =>Remove package 

Install from source
 
#./configure 
#make 
#make install

Search

#grep pattern files =>Search for pattern in files 
#grep -r pattern dir =>Search recursively for pattern in dir
#locate file =>Find all instances of file 
#find /home/tom -name 'index*'      =>Find files names that start with "index" 
#find /home -size +10000k       =>Find files larger than 10000k in /home

 
Login (ssh and telnet)


#ssh user@host =>Connect to host as user 
#ssh -p port user@host =>Connect to host using specific port 
#telnet host =>Connect to the system using telnet port

File Transfer

scp
#scp file.txt server2:/tmp     =>Secure copy file.txt to remote host /tmp folder 
rsync
#rsync -a /home/apps /backup/    =>Synchronize source to destination

Disk Usage

#df –h =>Show free space on mounted filesystems
#df -i =>Show free inodes on mounted filesystems
#fdisk -l =>Show disks partitions sizes and types
#du -ah =>Display disk usage in human readable form 
#du -sh =>Display total disk usage on the current directory

Directory Traverse

#cd .. =>To go up one level of the directory tree 
#cd =>Go to $HOME directory 
#cd /test =>Change to /test directory 
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A quick tour of over 20 Linux performance analysis tools, including advanced perf and DTrace for Linux, showing the reasons for using them http://www.joyent.com/blog/linux-performance-analysis-and-tools-brendan-gregg-s-talk-at-scale-11x via +Antony Peel 

#linux   #sysadmin   #unix  
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New Technical Blog on GearD's use of iptables 
Introduction. This blog post looks at how inter-container networking is implemented in GearD. Linux containers open up interesting possibilities for inter-container networking. There are many examples using linux bridges, openvswitch, GRE tunnels, etc. with Docker containers.
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Code-completion Engine for Vim

YouCompleteMe is a fast, as-you-type, fuzzy-search code completion engine for Vim. It has several completion engines: an identifier-based engine that works with every programming language, a semantic, Clang-based engine that provides native semantic code completion for C/C++/Objective-C/Objective-C++ (from now on referred to as "the C-family languages"), a Jedi-based completion engine for Python, an OmniSharp-based completion engine for C# and an omnifunc-based completer that uses data from Vim's omnicomplete system to provide semantic completions for many other languages (Ruby, PHP etc.).

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http://valloric.github.io/YouCompleteMe

GitHub / Download:
https://github.com/Valloric/YouCompleteMe

License:
GNU General Public License, Version 3 (GPLv3)
http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html
https://github.com/Valloric/YouCompleteMe/blob/master/COPYING.txt

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Difference between LEFT and RIGHT Outer Join in SQL
One of the most confusing concept to master in SQL is Joins, I find it quite similar to Recursion, some heads picks it up naturally but others can't even after lot of practice. This is one reason why Join is popular on any SQL interviews. One of the frequently asked question is Difference between RIGHT and LEFT Outer join, some will simply ask difference, others will ask you to write query. In Outer Join, non-matching records are also included in final result and depending upon, whether you are using RIGHT or LEFT outer join, non-matching rows from corresponding tables are included and for null is used to fill values for columns which comes from other table.  See more here http://javarevisited.blogspot.com/2013/05/difference-between-left-and-right-outer-join-sql-mysql.html
#Oracle   #MySQL  
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Linux commands cheat sheet ..will keep adding
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Este verano boreal (invierno acá en el Sur) la Linux Foundation va a poner su curso de "Introducción a Linux" en edX (la plataforma #MOOC de Harvard y el MIT - http://2ba.by/10xbp
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The Foundation's course, scheduled for sometime this summer, is intended for anyone interested in learning the open source OS, even if they have no previous experience in the subject.
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i know this is old... but these are still fun!
Linux is fun! Huhhh. Ok so you don't believe me. Mind me at the end of this of article you will have to believe that Linux is actually a fun box.
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Work
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I.T Analyst
Skills
Windows, Linux, XEN, VMware, OpenStack
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Currently
Bangalore
Previously
Palakkad
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Education
  • SAN Internation Info School
    Computer Applications, 2007 - 2010
    Master of Computer Application
  • V.L.B Janakiammal College of Arts and Science
    Compurer Application, 2003 - 2006
    Bachelor of Computer Application
  • C. B. K. M. Panchayath Higher Secondary School
    +2, 2001 - 2003
  • P.M.G.Higher Secondary School
    10th, 1989 - 2001
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Sreeju