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Steps to Add and Extend Swap Space in Linux 0 (0)

Steps to Add and Extend Swap Space in Linux Swap space is a virtual amount of physical memory that is allocated for use by the operating system when available RAM memory has been fully utilized. This swap memory is located on the disc and since disc reads and writes are slower than reading from RAM, […]

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Steps To Increase Mount Point Space In Oracle Linux 0 (0)

Steps To Increase Mount Point Space In Oracle Linux Sometimes we need to increase our server mount point space if we are running out of disk space. We are performing this demonstration on VMware Workstation to increase mount point space in Oracle Linux, and we will extend our /u01 mount point which is 50GB in […]

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Steps to Move ISCSI Target to Another Linux Server 0 (0)

Steps to Move ISCSI Target to Another Linux Server   In a recent blog, we saw Steps to Connect And Mount ISCSI Target on Linux Server Click here to read more. In this blog, we will see How we can shift the same iSCSI target to another Server. We are expected to do this kind […]

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Steps to Connect And Mount ISCSI Target on Linux Server 0 (0)

Steps to Connect And Mount ISCSI Target on Linux Server Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI) is an IP-based standard for connecting storage devices. iSCSI uses IP networks and allows data to be transferred over long distances. iSCSI provides shared storage among client systems. Storage devices are attached to servers (targets). Client systems (initiators) access […]

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How to Fix Unable to Start VNC Server Issue 0 (0)

How to Fix Unable to Start VNC Server Issue In the previous blog, we saw steps required to install and configure VNC Server Click here to read more. In this article, we will see How we can fix VNC Server service startup issue. The below issue can occur if the Server was stopped suddenly and […]

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Configuring the VNC Server in Oracle Linux 7 0 (0)

Configuring the VNC Server in Oracle Linux 7 Virtual Network Computing (VNC) is a system for sharing a graphical desktop over a network. Here we will be configuring the VNC server in Linux 7. A VNC client connects to and can control, a desktop that is shared by a VNC server on a remote system. […]

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How to Remove Old Unused Kernels in Unix 0 (0)

Remove Old Unused Kernels in Unix In this article, we are going to demonstrate How to Remove Old Unused Kernels in Unix. The kernel is part of an operating system that stores in a small partition of OS called /boot. Whenever we update/upgrade a system, it will install all required updates along with the kernel […]

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KVM failed to start after ODA upgrade from 18.8 to 19.6 5 (1)

KVM failed to start after ODA upgrade from 18.8 to 19.6 Recent we had patched our ODA X7-2M (Baremetal) machine from 18.8 to 19.6 click here to read more about same both OS and Server patch was successful, But after ODA Server patched when tired to start KVM machine encounter below errors: error: Failed to […]

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Setup Linux NFS Server and Client 0 (0)

Setup Linux NFS Server and Client Network File Sharing (NFS) is a protocol that allows you to share directories and files with other Linux clients over a network. Shared directories are typically created on a file server, running the NFS server component. Users add files to them, which are then shared with other users who […]

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Step by Step Upgrade Linux 8.2 to 8.4 (Oracle Enterprise Linux) 0 (0)

Step by Step Upgrade Linux 8.2 to 8.4 (Oracle Enterprise Linux) In a recent blog, we demonstrated Step by Step Install Linux 8 (OEL) along with Guest Addition, in this article, we will perform Step by Step Upgrade Linux 8.2 to 8.4 (Oracle Enterprise Linux).  To upgrade OEL 8.2 to 8.4, we will be using […]

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