5 Great Linux Disk IO monitoring tools

5 Great Linux Disk IO monitoring tools

5 Great Linux Disk IO monitoring tools Below you see my favorite best 5 Linux Disk IO Monitoring Tools.   IOTOP iotop Linux is a simple top-like disk I/O monitor tool. iotop command watches I/O usage information output by the… Continue Reading

Using tcpdump for SIP and RTP Diagnostic (tcpdump examples)

tcpdump sip and rtp

Using tcpdump for SIP and RTP Diagnostic (tcpdump examples) The tcpdump is a powerful command-line packet analyzer may use for for dumping traffic on a network. For more information about tcpdump options see man pages. Below you see tcpdump command… Continue Reading

How To Reset Openfire Admin Password

reset openfire admin password

How To Reset Openfire Admin Password If you forgot Openfire admin password this tutorial will help you step by step Reset Openfire admin password from Linux command line.   1. Stop Openfire Stop Openfire service by command: # service openfire… Continue Reading

Access Linux Files From Windows 10

Access Linux Files From Windows 10

Access Linux Files From Windows 10 To Access Linux Files From Windows 10 you should use 3-rd party application like Ext2Read, Ext2explore, Ext2Fsd or Linux Reader. But my favorite is program is Linux Reader by Diskinternals. Linux Reader is free… Continue Reading

Yum Update Exclude Package in CentOS / RHEL

yum update exclude package

How To Exclude Specific Packages from Yum Update in CentOS / RHEL   Below I will show some examples how to exclude specific packages updates from manual yum update in Red Hat or CentOS. Yum is the primary tool for… Continue Reading

5 Great Commands to Monitor Network Bandwidth

Commands to Monitor Network Bandwidth

5 Great Commands to Monitor Network Bandwidth on Linux Server   Linux network traffic monitoring is one of the main parts of Linux troubleshooting. And can be done by many network monitoring utilities. In this article we will discover 5… Continue Reading