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Linux System Administration – Part 3

How to monitor the loaded kernel modules A Linux system administrator may be required to watching the loaded kernel modules. The command that help to achieve this is "lsmod". Example : [crayon-5ed0d1b962c63605286188/] Another way to list all currently loaded kernel modules is to use "cat /proc/modules". Example : [crayon-5ed0d1b962c6c759788403/] Getting

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Linux System Administration – Part 2

In this post, we are continuing with the commands that are used for Linux system administration. How to change the hostname 1) [For RedHat and Centos] Using a text editor open the file /etc/sysconfig/network and Modify the HOSTNAME= value to  match your server's new name [crayon-5ed0d1b9637b4259029652/] Sample entry after editing: [crayon-5ed0d1b9637ba399161223/]

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