Category: Linux Advanced Commands

HTOP – A Nifty Tool to Monitor Linux System Performance

The Linux administrator can’t live even a day without using the Top Command, because whenever a Linux system load is too high, your fingers can automatically type in the terminal TOP command without second...

CheatSheet for Nginx Commands

The CheatSheet is one of the quick reference guides, allowing Linux administrator or developer to easily find the right commands whenever needed. This Nginx cheatsheet contains information about Nginx service commands, log file location,...

How to Install and Configure ConfigServer Security & Firewall (CSF) on Linux

It is the responsibility of the Linux administrator to keep the system secure and prevent any attacks. To do so, there are hundreds of tweaks that a Linux administrator can make and CSF is...

How to Clear/Flush the DNS Cache on Linux

You may need to flush or clear the local DNS cache on your Linux system for various reasons. This could be one of the below reasons. Sometimes you may have difficulty reaching certain websites....

How to Block the Access to Certain Websites on Linux

Distractions usually occurs when you are connected to the Internet. The reason for this is social media sites such as Facebook.com and Twitter.com. If you spend too much time on this, it will reduce...

How to Setup/Configure MySQL (Master-Slave) Replication on Linux

MySQL master-slave replication is a process that automatically copies data from one MySQL database server (master) to one or more MySQL database servers (slaves). MySQL supports various replication methods, but Master-Slave is the best...