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Uptime Command In Linux: It is used to find out how long the system is active (running). This command returns set of values that involve,… Read More
As we all know Linux is a multitasking and multi-user systems. So, it allows multiple processes to operate simultaneously without interfering with each other. Process… Read More
sar : System Activity Report  It can be used to monitor Linux system’s resources like CPU usage, Memory utilization, I/O devices consumption, Network monitoring, Disk… Read More
who command is used to find out the following information : 1. Time of last system boot 2. Current run level of the system 3.… Read More
Below are typical uses of halt, poweroff and reboot. halt : Instructs hardware to stop CPU functions. poweroff : Instructs the system to power down.… Read More
dmesg command also called as “driver message” or “display message” is used to examine the kernel ring buffer and print the message buffer of kernel.… Read More
If you are new to LINUX operating system and having trouble dealing with the command-line utilities provided by LINUX then you really need to know… Read More
whoami command is used both in Unix Operating System and as well as in Windows Operating System. It is basically the concatenation of the strings… Read More
There might come a situation while using Linux when you want to know the amount of space consumed by a particular file system on your… Read More
Sometimes, you will need to move files between windows and unix systems. Window files use the same format as Dos, where the end of line… Read More
ipcs shows information on the inter-process communication facilities for which the calling process has read access. By default, it shows information about all three resources:… Read More