Monitor remote Windows server using Nagios on Linux

Published on : May 21, 2009 by

Monitor remote Windows server using Nagios on Linux

This post describes about remote Windows server monitoring using Nagios on Linux. These instructions assume that you’ve installed Nagios according to the previous post. Windows server monitoring requires that you install an agent to monitor private services and attributes of a Windows machine.This agent acts as a proxy between the Nagios plugin that does the […]

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Chapter 10 Editing files in Linux.

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Published on : May 19, 2009 by

Chapter 10 Editing files in Linux.

There are several tools available in Linux to edit a regular file. The most popular and user text file editor is VI, and VI Modified is called VIM.As part of providing Linux support services to clients, here we listing out some the useful commands in vi editor file – use file command to know the […]

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Chapter 11 Basic Shell Scripting in Linux!

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Chapter 11 Basic Shell Scripting in Linux!

We are providing Linux scripting services to our clients, through this article we are trying to provide some of the basics of Linux scripting. What is a Shell ? :- Shell is a command interpreter – Expands and interprets the command entered before passing to kernel. With GUI, most of the tasks can be done, […]

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Chapter 9 Advanced Linux commands!

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Published on : May 16, 2009 by

Chapter 9 Advanced Linux commands!

As a Linux server administration company we need some advanced linux commands for troubleshooting issues on Linux servers, Here are some advanced Linux commands to list the hardware details. Device Identification commands:– /usr/src/linux/Documentation/devices.txt hardinfo hwinfo – Shows detailed information about any hardware. Usage –> hwinfo –help ================================= O/p of hwinfo –mouse command ran on a […]

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Chapter 8 File types in Linux.

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Published on : May 15, 2009 by

Chapter 8 File types in Linux.

” On a UNIX system, everything is a file, if something is not a file, it is a process. “Most of the files in linux , say regular files have normal data, eg some text files, executable files/programs, input and output to or from a program and so on. Here are the list of Linux […]

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