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Mastering KVM Virtualization

Mastering KVM Virtualization

  • Author: Humble Devassy Chirammal,Prasad Mukhedkar,Anil Vettathu
  • Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
  • ISBN: 1784396915
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 468
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Dive in to the cutting edge techniques of Linux KVM virtualization, and build the virtualization solutions your datacentre demands About This Book Become an expert in Linux virtualization Migrate your virtualized datacenter to the cloud Find out how to build a large scale virtualization solution that will transform your organization Who This Book Is For Linux administrators – if you want to build incredible, yet manageable virtualization solutions with KVM this is the book to get you there. It will help you apply what you already know to some tricky virtualization tasks. What You Will Learn Explore the ecosystem of tools that support Linux virtualization Find out why KVM offers you a smarter way to unlock the potential of virtualization Implement KVM virtualization using oVirt Explore the KVM architecture – so you can manage, scale and optimize it with ease Migrate your virtualized datacenter to the cloud for truly resource-efficient computing Find out how to integrate OpenStack with KVM to take full control of the cloud In Detail A robust datacenter is essential for any organization – but you don't want to waste resources. With KVM you can virtualize your datacenter, transforming a Linux operating system into a powerful hypervisor that allows you to manage multiple OS with minimal fuss. This book doesn't just show you how to virtualize with KVM – it shows you how to do it well. Written to make you an expert on KVM, you'll learn to manage the three essential pillars of scalability, performance and security – as well as some useful integrations with cloud services such as OpenStack. From the fundamentals of setting up a standalone KVM virtualization platform, and the best tools to harness it effectively, including virt-manager, and kimchi-project, everything you do is built around making KVM work for you in the real-world, helping you to interact and customize it as you need it. With further guidance on performance optimization for Microsoft Windows and RHEL virtual machines, as well as proven strategies for backup and disaster recovery, you'll can be confident that your virtualized data center is working for your organization – not hampering it. Finally, the book will empower you to unlock the full potential of cloud through KVM. Migrating your physical machines to the cloud can be challenging, but once you've mastered KVM, it's a little easie. Style and approach Combining advanced insights with practical solutions, Mastering KVM Virtualization is a vital resource for anyone that believes in the power of virtualization to help a business use resources more effectively.

Mastering KVM Virtualization

Mastering KVM Virtualization

  • Author: Prasad Mukhedkar,Anil Vettathu,Humble Devassy Chirammal
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781784399054
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  • Page: 368
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Build virtualization solutions on Linux with this guide to KVM - learn techniques at the cutting-edge of virtualizationAbout This Book* Become an expert in Linux virtualization* Migrate your virtualized datacenter to the cloud* Find out how to build a large scale virtualization solution that will transform your organizationWho This Book Is ForLinux administrators - if you want to build incredible, yet manageable virtualization solutions with KVM this is the book to get you there. It will help you apply what you already know to some tricky virtualization tasks.What You Will Learn* Explore the ecosystem of tools that support Linux virtualization* Find out why KVM offers you a smarter way to unlock the potential of virtualization* Implement KVM virtualization using oVirt* Explore the KVM architecture - so you can manage, scale and optimize it with ease* Migrate your virtualized datacenter to the cloud for truly resource-efficient computing* Find out how to integrate OpenStack with KVM to take full control of the cloudIn DetailA robust datacenter is essential for any organization - but you don't want to waste resources. With KVM, you can virtualize your datacenter; it transforms a Linux operating system into a hypervisor, so you can manage multiple operating systems with minimal fuss.This book doesn't just show you how to virtualize with KVM - it shows you how to do it well. It has been designed to make you an expert on KVM, demonstrating how to manage scalability, performance and security - as well as some useful integrations with cloud services such as OpenStack.From the fundamentals of setting up a standalone KVM virtualization platform, and the best tools to harness it effectively, including virt-manager, and kimchi-project, everything you do is built around making KVM work for you in the real-world, helping you to interact and customize it as you need it.With further guidance on performance optimization for Microsoft Windows and RHEL virtual machines, as well as proven strategies for backup and disaster recovery, you'll can be confident that your virtualized data center is working for your organization - not hampering it.Finally, the book will empower you to unlock the full potential of cloud through KVM - migrating your physical machines to the cloud can be challenging, but once you've mastered KVM, it's a little easier...

Virtualization Essentials

Virtualization Essentials

  • Author: Matthew Portnoy
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
  • ISBN: 1119267722
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 336
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Learn virtualization skills by building your own virtual machine Virtualization Essentials, Second Edition provides new and aspiring IT professionals with immersive training in working with virtualization environments. Clear, straightforward discussion simplifies complex concepts, and the hands-on tutorial approach helps you quickly get up to speed on the fundamentals. You'll begin by learning what virtualization is and how it works within the computing environment, then you'll dive right into building your own virtual machine. You'll learn how to set up the CPU, memory, storage, networking, and more as you master the skills that put you in-demand on the job market. Each chapter focuses on a specific goal, and concludes with review questions that test your understanding as well as suggested exercises that help you reinforce what you've learned. As more and more companies are leveraging virtualization, it's imperative that IT professionals have the skills and knowledge to interface with virtualization-centric infrastructures. This book takes a learning-by-doing approach to give you hands-on training and a core understanding of virtualization. Understand how virtualization works Create a virtual machine by scratch and migration Configure and manage basic components and supporting devices Develop the necessary skill set to work in today's virtual world Virtualization was initially used to build test labs, but its use has expanded to become best practice for a tremendous variety of IT solutions including high availability, business continuity, dynamic IT, and more. Cloud computing and DevOps rely on virtualization technologies, and the exponential spread of these and similar applications make virtualization proficiency a major value-add for any IT professional. Virtualization Essentials, Second Edition provides accessible, user-friendly, informative virtualization training for the forward-looking pro.

KVM Virtualization Cookbook

KVM Virtualization Cookbook

  • Author: Konstantin Ivanov
  • Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
  • ISBN: 1788291506
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 340
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Deploy, manage, and scale virtual instances using Kernel-based Virtual Machines About This Book Build, manage and scale virtual machines with practical step-by-step examples Leverage the libvirt user-space tools and libraries to manage the life-cycle of KVM instances Deploy and scale applications inside KVM virtual machines with OpenStack Who This Book Is For If you are a system administrator working KVM virtualization, this book will help you grow on your expertise of working with the infrastructure to manage things in a better way. You should have a knowledge of working with Linux based systems. What You Will Learn Deploy different workloads in isolation with KVM virtualization and better utilize the available compute resources Explore the benefits of running applications with KVM and learn to prevent the “bad-neighbor” effect Leveraging various networking technologies in the context of virtualization with Open vSwitch and the Linux bridge. Create KVM instances using Python and inspect running KVM instances Understand Kernel Tuning for enhanced KVM performance and better memory utilization In Detail Virtualization technologies such as KVM allow for better control over the available server resources, by deploying multiple virtual instances on the same physical host, or clusters of compute resources. With KVM it is possible to run various workloads in isolation with the hypervisor layer providing better tenant isolation and higher degree of security. This book will provide a deep dive into deploying KVM virtual machines using qemu and libvirt and will demonstrate practical examples on how to run, scale, monitor, migrate and backup such instances. You will also discover real production ready recipes on deploying KVM instances with OpenStack and how to programatically manage the life cycle of KVM virtual machines using Python. You will learn numerous tips and techniques which will help you deploy & plan the KVM infrastructure. Next, you will be introduced to the working of libvirt libraries and the iPython development environment. Finally, you will be able to tune your Linux kernel for high throughput and better performance. By the end of this book, you will gain all the knowledge needed to be an expert in working with the KVM virtualization infrastructure. Style and approach This book takes a complete practical approach with many step-by-step example recipes on how to use KVM in production. The book assumes certain level of expertise with Linux systems and virtualization in general. Some knowledge of Python programming is encouraged, to fully take advantage of the code recipes.

Mastering Proxmox

Mastering Proxmox

  • Author: Wasim Ahmed
  • Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
  • ISBN: 1783980834
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 310
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This is not an instructional guide, but a practical, scenario-based book which guides you through everything you need to know in a practical manner by letting you build your own cluster. By the end of the book, you will have a fully functional Proxmox cluster setup at your disposal and have the knowledge to replicate virtualization solutions. If you already know what the word "virtualization" means and you are ready to stand out from the crowd equipped with the unique ability to design and implement a rock-solid virtualized network environment using Proxmox, then you have just picked up the only book you will need. Linux system administration experience together with knowledge of networking and virtualization concepts is assumed. This book is also useful if you are already using Proxmox and simply want to master its advanced features.

Virtualization

Virtualization

From the Desktop to the Enterprise

  • Author: Chris Wolf,Erick M. Halter
  • Publisher: Apress
  • ISBN: 9781430200277
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 600
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* This will be the only complete virtualization reference on the market; brings all virtualization technologies together * Microsoft has shifted its training strategy to include virtual machine technology in all new ALS/MOC courses, which leads to high demand for knowledge about this technology * Covers both Microsoft and Linux environments

Getting Started with Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization

Getting Started with Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization

  • Author: Pradeep Subramanian
  • Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
  • ISBN: 1782167412
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 178
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If you are a system administrator who is interested in implementing and managing open source virtualization infrastructures, this is the book for you. A basic knowledge of virtualization and basic Linux command line experience is needed.

Mastering Ubuntu Server

Mastering Ubuntu Server

Master the art of deploying, configuring, managing, and troubleshooting Ubuntu Server 18.04, 2nd Edition

  • Author: Jay LaCroix
  • Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
  • ISBN: 1788997085
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 552
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Get up-to-date with the finer points of Ubuntu Server using this comprehensive guide Key Features A practical easy-to-understand book that will teach you how to deploy, maintain and troubleshoot Ubuntu Server Get well-versed with newly-added features in Ubuntu 18.04. Learn to manage cutting-edge technologies such as virtualization, containers, Nextcloud and more Book Description Ubuntu Server has taken the data centers by storm. Whether you're deploying Ubuntu for a large-scale project or for a small office, it is a stable, customizable, and powerful Linux distribution that leads the way with innovative and cutting-edge features. For both simple and complex server deployments, Ubuntu's flexible nature can be easily adapted to meet to the needs of your organization. With this book as your guide, you will learn all about Ubuntu Server, from initial deployment to creating production-ready resources for your network. The book begins with the concept of user management, group management, and filesystem permissions. Continuing into managing storage volumes, you will learn how to format storage devices, utilize logical volume management, and monitor disk usage. Later, you will learn how to virtualize hosts and applications, which will cover setting up KVM/QEMU, as well as containerization with both Docker and LXD. As the book continues, you will learn how to automate configuration with Ansible, as well as take a look at writing scripts. Lastly, you will explore best practices and troubleshooting techniques when working with Ubuntu Server that are applicable to real-world scenarios. By the end of the book, you will be an expert Ubuntu Server administrator who is well-versed in its advanced concepts. What you will learn Manage users, groups, and permissions Encrypt and decrypt disks with Linux Unified Key Setup (LUKS) Set up SSH for remote access, and connect it to other nodes Add, remove, and search for packages Use NFS and Samba to share directories with other users Get to know techniques for managing Apache and MariaDB Explore best practices and troubleshooting techniques Get familiar with scripting Automate server deployments with Ansible Who this book is for This book is intended for readers with intermediate or advanced-beginner skills with Linux, who would like to learn all about setting up servers with Ubuntu Server. This book assumes that the reader knows the basics of Linux, such as editing configuration files and running basic commands.

Mastering Ceph

Mastering Ceph

  • Author: Nick Fisk
  • Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
  • ISBN: 1785881280
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 240
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Deep dive into the unified, distributed storage system in order to provide excellent performance About This Book Leverage Ceph's advanced features such as erasure coding, tiering, and Bluestore Solve large-scale problems with Ceph as a tool by understanding its strengths and weaknesses to develop the best solutions A practical guide that covers engaging use cases to help you use advanced features of Ceph effectively Who This Book Is For If you are a developer and an administrator who has deployed a Ceph cluster before and are curious about some of the most advanced features in order to improve performance then this book is for you What You Will Learn Know when and how to use some of Ceph's advanced new features Set up a test cluster with Ansible and some virtual machines using VirtualBox and Vagrant Develop novel solutions to massive problems with librados and shared object classes. Choose intelligent parameters for an erasure coded pool and set it up. Configure the Bluestore settings and see how they interact with different hardware configurations. Keep Ceph running through thick and thin with tuning, monitoring and disaster recovery advice. In Detail Mastering Ceph covers all that you need to know to use Ceph effectively. Starting with design goals and planning steps that should be undertaken to ensure successful deployments, you will be guided through to setting up and deploying the Ceph cluster, with the help of orchestration tools. Key areas of Ceph including Bluestore, Erasure coding and cache tiering will be covered with help of examples. Development of applications which use Librados and Distributed computations with shared object classes are also covered. A section on tuning will take you through the process of optimisizing both Ceph and its supporting infrastructure. Finally, you will learn to troubleshoot issues and handle various scenarios where Ceph is likely not to recover on its own. By the end of the book, you will be able to successfully deploy and operate a resilient high performance Ceph cluster. Style and Approach A practical guide which has each chapter explaining the concept, sharing tips and tricks and a use case to implement the most powerful features of Ceph

Virtualization

Virtualization

A Manager's Guide

  • Author: Dan Kusnetzky
  • Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
  • ISBN: 1449306454
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 58
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"This book is intended to introduce managers or subject matter experts outside of information technology (IT) to the concepts behind virtualization technology, the different categories of virtualization, and how they are used."--Preface, p. vii.

Teach Yourself Linux Virtualization and High Availability

Teach Yourself Linux Virtualization and High Availability

  • Author: David Clinton
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • ISBN: 9781365847202
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 176
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High availability server virtualization currently powers the vast majority of public-facing compute deployments and Linux lies at the heart of nearly all of them. If you aren't already engaged in a virtualized project that touches some kind of Linux technology, you probably will be soon. What are you doing to build your skills to meet the future? The Linux Professional Institute's LPIC-3 304 certification expectations are an excellent, vendor neutral introduction to Linux server virtualization and cluster management. Even if you don't have plans to take the exam and earn the certification itself right now, using the 304 as a curriculum guide is a smart move. And, one way or another, this book is a great primary resource.

Mastering OpenStack

Mastering OpenStack

  • Author: Omar Khedher
  • Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
  • ISBN: 1784397210
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 400
  • View: 3483
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This comprehensive guide will help you to choose the right practical option and make strategic decisions about the OpenStack cloud environment to fit your infrastructure in production. At the start, this book will explain the OpenStack core architecture. You will soon be shown how to create your own OpenStack private cloud. Next, you will move on to cover the key security layer and network troubleshooting skills, along with some advanced networking features. Finally, you will gain experience of centralizing and logging OpenStack. The book will show you how to carry out performance tuning based on OpenStack service logs. By the end of this book, you will be ready to take steps to deploy and manage an OpenStack cloud with the latest open source technologies.

CentOS High Availability

CentOS High Availability

  • Author: Mitja Resman
  • Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
  • ISBN: 1785285327
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 174
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This book is targeted at system engineers and system administrators who want to upgrade their knowledge and skills in high availability and want to learn practically how to achieve high availability with CentOS Linux. You are expected to have good CentOS Linux knowledge and basic networking experience.

Containerization with LXC

Containerization with LXC

  • Author: Konstantin Ivanov
  • Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
  • ISBN: 1783985682
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 352
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Get acquainted with the world of LXC About This Book Get the most practical and up-to-date resource on LXC and take full advantage of what Linux containers can offer in the day-to-day operations of large-scale applications Learn how to deploy and administer various workloads such as web applications inside LXC Save your organization time and money by building robust and secure containers and by speeding the deployment process of your software Who This Book Is For This book is for Linux engineers and software developers who are looking to deploy applications in a fast, secure, and scalable way for use in testing and production. What You Will Learn Deep dive into the foundations of Linux containers with kernel namespaces and cgroups Install, configure, and administer Linux containers with LXC and libvirt Begin writing applications using Python libvirt bindings Take an in-depth look at container networking Set up monitoring and security with LXC Build and deploy a highly available application with LXC in the cloud In Detail In recent years, containers have gained wide adoption by businesses running a variety of application loads. This became possible largely due to the advent of kernel namespaces and better resource management with control groups (cgroups). Linux containers (LXC) are a direct implementation of those kernel features that provide operating system level virtualization without the overhead of a hypervisor layer. This book starts by introducing the foundational concepts behind the implementation of LXC, then moves into the practical aspects of installing and configuring LXC containers. Moving on, you will explore container networking, security, and backups. You will also learn how to deploy LXC with technologies like Open Stack and Vagrant. By the end of the book, you will have a solid grasp of how LXC is implemented and how to run production applications in a highly available and scalable way. Style and approach A practical guide that introduces the core technologies behind Linux containers and provides a deep dive into installation, configuration, and operations of LXC.

Ceph Cookbook

Ceph Cookbook

Practical recipes to design, implement, operate, and manage Ceph storage systems

  • Author: Vikhyat Umrao,Michael Hackett,Karan Singh
  • Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
  • ISBN: 1788392159
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 466
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Over 100 effective recipes to help you design, implement, and troubleshoot manage the software-defined and massively scalable Ceph storage system. About This Book Implement a Ceph cluster successfully and learn to manage it. Recipe based approach in learning the most efficient software defined storage system Implement best practices on improving efficiency and security of your storage cluster Learn to troubleshoot common issues experienced in a Ceph cluster Who This Book Is For This book is targeted at storage and cloud engineers, system administrators, or anyone who is interested in building software defined storage, to power your cloud or virtual infrastructure. If you have basic knowledge of GNU/Linux and storage systems, with no experience of software defined storage solutions and Ceph, but eager to learn then this book is for you What You Will Learn Understand, install, configure, and manage the Ceph storage system Get to grips with performance tuning and benchmarking, and learn practical tips to help run Ceph in production Integrate Ceph with OpenStack Cinder, Glance, and Nova components Deep dive into Ceph object storage, including S3, Swift, and Keystone integration Configure a disaster recovery solution with a Ceph Multi-Site V2 gateway setup and RADOS Block Device mirroring Gain hands-on experience with Ceph Metrics and VSM for cluster monitoring Familiarize yourself with Ceph operations such as maintenance, monitoring, and troubleshooting Understand advanced topics including erasure-coding, CRUSH map, cache pool, and general Ceph cluster maintenance In Detail Ceph is a unified distributed storage system designed for reliability and scalability. This technology has been transforming the software-defined storage industry and is evolving rapidly as a leader with its wide range of support for popular cloud platforms such as OpenStack, and CloudStack, and also for virtualized platforms. Ceph is backed by Red Hat and has been developed by community of developers which has gained immense traction in recent years. This book will guide you right from the basics of Ceph , such as creating blocks, object storage, and filesystem access, to advanced concepts such as cloud integration solutions. The book will also cover practical and easy to implement recipes on CephFS, RGW, and RBD with respect to the major stable release of Ceph Jewel. Towards the end of the book, recipes based on troubleshooting and best practices will help you get to grips with managing Ceph storage in a production environment. By the end of this book, you will have practical, hands-on experience of using Ceph efficiently for your storage requirements. Style and approach This step-by-step guide is filled with practical tutorials, making complex scenarios easy to understand.

Pro Linux High Availability Clustering

Pro Linux High Availability Clustering

  • Author: Sander van Vugt
  • Publisher: Apress
  • ISBN: 1484200799
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 168
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Pro Linux High Availability Clustering teaches you how to implement this fundamental Linux add-on into your business. Linux High Availability Clustering is needed to ensure the availability of mission critical resources. The technique is applied more and more in corporate datacenters around the world. While lots of documentation about the subject is available on the internet, it isn't always easy to build a real solution based on that scattered information, which is often oriented towards specific tasks only. Pro Linux High Availability Clustering explains essential high-availability clustering components on all Linux platforms, giving you the insight to build solutions for any specific case needed. In this book four common cases will be explained: Configuring Apache for high availability Creating an Open Source SAN based on DRBD, iSCSI and HA clustering Setting up a load-balanced web server cluster with a back-end, highly-available database Setting up a KVM virtualization platform with high-availability protection for a virtual machine. With the knowledge you'll gain from these real-world applications, you'll be able to efficiently apply Linux HA to your work situation with confidence. Author Sander Van Vugt teaches Linux high-availability clustering on training courses, uses it in his everyday work, and now brings this knowledge to you in one place, with clear examples and cases. Make the best start with HA clustering with Pro Linux High Availability Clustering at your side.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Troubleshooting Guide

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Troubleshooting Guide

  • Author: Benjamin Cane
  • Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
  • ISBN: 1785287877
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 458
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Identify, capture and resolve common issues faced by Red Hat Enterprise Linux administrators using best practices and advanced troubleshooting techniques About This Book Develop a strong understanding of the base tools available within Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and how to utilize these tools to troubleshoot and resolve real-world issues Gain hidden tips and techniques to help you quickly detect the reason for poor network/storage performance Troubleshoot your RHEL to isolate problems using this example-oriented guide full of real-world solutions Who This Book Is For If you have a basic knowledge of Linux from administration or consultant experience and wish to add to your Red Hat Enterprise Linux troubleshooting skills, then this book is ideal for you. The ability to navigate and use basic Linux commands is expected. What You Will Learn Identify issues that need rapid resolution against long term root cause analysis Discover commands for testing network connectivity such as telnet, netstat, ping, ip and curl Spot performance issues with commands such as top, ps, free, iostat, and vmstat Use tcpdump for traffic analysis Repair a degraded file system and rebuild a software raid Identify and troubleshoot hardware issues using dmesg Troubleshoot custom applications with strace and knowledge of Linux resource limitations In Detail Red Hat Enterprise Linux is an operating system that allows you to modernize your infrastructure, boost efficiency through virtualization, and finally prepare your data center for an open, hybrid cloud IT architecture. It provides the stability to take on today's challenges and the flexibility to adapt to tomorrow's demands. In this book, you begin with simple troubleshooting best practices and get an overview of the Linux commands used for troubleshooting. The book will cover the troubleshooting methods for web applications and services such as Apache and MySQL. Then, you will learn to identify system performance bottlenecks and troubleshoot network issues; all while learning about vital troubleshooting steps such as understanding the problem statement, establishing a hypothesis, and understanding trial, error, and documentation. Next, the book will show you how to capture and analyze network traffic, use advanced system troubleshooting tools such as strace, tcpdump & dmesg, and discover common issues with system defaults. Finally, the book will take you through a detailed root cause analysis of an unexpected reboot where you will learn to recover a downed system. Style and approach This is an easy-to-follow guide packed with examples of real-world core Linux concepts. All the topics are presented in detail while you're performing the actual troubleshooting steps.

CentOS System Administration Essentials

CentOS System Administration Essentials

  • Author: Andrew Mallett
  • Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
  • ISBN: 1783985933
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 174
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If you are a Linux administrator who is looking to gain knowledge that differentiates yourself from the crowd, then this is the book for you. Beginners who have a keen interest to learn more about Linux administration will also progress quickly with this resourceful learning guide.

Hands-on Guide to the Red Hat Exams

Hands-on Guide to the Red Hat Exams

RHCSA and RHCE Cert Guide and Lab Manual

  • Author: Damian Tommasino
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • ISBN: 0132686112
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 600
  • View: 9134
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Master every topic on Red Hat’s new RHCSA™ and RHCE® exams. Assess your knowledge and focus your learning. Get the practical workplace knowledge you need! Start-to-finish RHCSA™ and RHCE® preparation from leading Linux system administrator, IT trainer, and certification expert Damian Tommasino! Master every RHCSA™ and RHCE® topic! Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 local and network installation System services, runlevels, and bootup Disks, partitions, and file systems, including LUKS encryption Networking Package management User administration Logging, monitoring, and automation Kernel updates and tuning Security, including SELinux, firewalls, and policies Remote access, including SSH Apache, Squid, DNS, DHCP, NTP, and email NFS and Samba Client and network troubleshooting KVM virtualization Test your knowledge, build your confidence, and succeed! 22 hands-on RHCSA™ and RHCE® Labs, each with multiple real-world tasks Downloadable troubleshooting scripts Practical tutorials and real-world tips Exam tips Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Command Quick Reference Exclusive Red Hat exam prep advice and task lists Two full length lab-based practice exams Damian Tommasino (RHCE, RHCSA, MCSA, CCNA, CCENT, MCP, Security+, Network+, A+) is a Linux system administrator at TradeCard and CEO of Modular Learning Inc., an online IT training company. He blogs on Red Hat, Linux, and security at Security Nut (http://secnut.blogspot.com), and actively contributes to the popular IT exam certification forums at techexams.net.