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Enable or Disable SELinux

What is SELinux? SELinux installed on your device is a security control feature that restricts access to certain Kernel modules. CentOS 7 and RHEL implement SELinux by default to provide…

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Increase “max_connections” value in MySQL

Optimizing the software on the server is essential to ensure you don’t waste resources. For example, increasing the max_connections of MySQL will make your server serve more connections/visitors and use…

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Zip all files on Linux

Zipping file on Linux is very simple, just make sure you have zip command, otherwise, you need to install zip Ubuntu apt-get install zip Centos yum install zip These are…

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How to Create LVM & Thin LVM

Before we try to create LVM and thin LVM we should know common abbreviations you should know: LVM = Logical Volume Manager PV = Physical Volumes VG = Volume Groups…

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