Easy Ways to Find Linux System/Server Uptime

Do you want to know, how long your Linux system has been running without downtime? when the system is up and what date. There are multiple commands is available in …

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How to Create/Extend Swap Partition on Linux Using LVM

We use LVM for flexible volume management on Linux, so why not use LVM for swap space? This allows users to increase the swap partition whenever they want. Generally you …

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What is sosreport and How to Create sosreport in RHEL/CentOS/OL?

What is sosreport The sosreport command is a tool that collects configuration information, system information, and diagnostic information from the system running on the RHEL, CentOS, and Oracle Linux in …

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Best Ways to Find Your Linux Distribution Name and Their Version

Let’s say you have joined a new company, you want to install some software requested by the Dev team and you want to restart some service after installation. what to …

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14 Methods to check the number of CPUs in Linux

All Linux systems run on multi-core CPU processors, but many of us are confused to find or understand CPU, cores, and Threads information. Hope this article helps you understand exactly …

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hwinfo (Hardware Information) – A Nifty Tool for Finding System Hardware Information on Linux

hwinfo is a hardware information tool that can be used to analyze the hardware on a computer and display detailed information about various hardware components in a human readable format. …

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Dmidecode – A Best Tool to Get System Hardware Information on Linux

There are plenty of tools on Linux to check your Linux system’s hardware information. Most commands only report specific hardware components such as cpu or memory or hard disk, but …

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How to Check if Linux Server is Physical or Virtual

Most of the IT sector has migrated to the virtual environment (not just IT and many tech companies) to reduce infrastructure costs. But they still have physical servers for some …

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