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Sadashiva Murthy
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Lets Automate Kdump
K dump is kernel crash dumping mechanism and is very reliable because the crash dump is captured from the context of a freshly booted kernel and not from the context of the crashed kernel. Kdump uses Kexec to boot into a second kernel whenever system crashe...

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Lets Automate Kdump
K dump is kernel crash dumping mechanism and is very reliable because the crash dump is captured from the context of a freshly booted kernel and not from the context of the crashed kernel. Kdump uses Kexec to boot into a second kernel whenever system crashe...

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Create & Restore Linux System Data Using Dump Command
I was searching for a simple backup solution in Linux system that could serve in block-level backup and for disaster recovery as well, and simply cost effective. Now-e-days, one could see a lot of options, however, I wanted to try out simple and yet native...

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Create & Restore Linux System Data Using Dump Command
I was searching for a simple backup solution in Linux system that could serve in block-level backup and for disaster recovery as well, and simply cost effective. Now-e-days, one could see a lot of options, however, I wanted to try out simple and yet native...

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Rear- Linux Disaster Recovery Solution
     “ R ear ” (Relax-and-Recover) fits perfect in implementing a bare metal disaster recovery solution & image migration as well.  Rear is the leading Open Source disaster recovery solution. It is a modular framework with many ready-to-go workflows for com...

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Kickstart Implementation On RHEL 6.x Without PXE
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of doing automated kickstart  installation on RHEL systems   without   PXE boot and
using static IP  address. Some Key Points:- - Kickstart is ideally be suited for DHCP based
environment with PXE enabled network cards. - If there is no PXE enabled n...

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Main Differences Between Linux & Solaris
Main Differences Between Linux & Solaris Linux Solaris Default Shell /bin/bash (/bin/sh would typically symlinked to bash) /bin/sh File System Ext2/3/4 or XFS (RHEL 7) UFS - Unix File System and VxFS,QFS & ZFS (Solaris 10 onwards) also supported. /proc Hold...

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How To Check Health Status Of A Linux System
Get Your System Health Status Tested/Checked Today... ???? Here is a script to check the basic health status of a linux system.     This script has been tested to run successfully on RHEL 5 .x, RHEL6.x, Cent OS, SLES 11 x86 and x86_ 64 bit architectures. It...

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How To Shutdown Remote System Via SSH Without Password
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Shutdown Remote System Via SSH Without Password
- Create an user with permission to shutdown or reboot system. - Login as root and run this command #visudo - Create an user with special permission to use shutdown command. Otherwise, use an existing user. - Add the below lines to /etc/sudoers file (if a u...
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