Join Scott Simpson for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Linux: System Maintenance.
- [Instructor] This has been a basic look at some…maintenance tasks that will help you manage Linux systems.…I encourage you to continue experimenting with virtual…machines and if you're able, experiment with some…physical machines as well.…Just make sure you're not jeopardizing important…data or production systems.…See ya next time.…
- Exploring a system
- Exploring load and uptime
- Auditing security access, groups, and users
- Checking memory and process status
- Checking free disk space and disk status
- Interrupting and exploring the GRUB boot loader
- Gaining root access
- Exploring recovery options
- Upgrading software
- Freeing disk space
- Adding a disk
- Setting up a logging server
- Building a summary script
Skill Level Advanced
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1. Checking Status
2. Making Changes
3. Logging and Reporting
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