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  • Published Tutorial

    How To Use Mytop to Monitor MySQL Performance

    Mytop is an open source, command line tool used for monitoring MySQL performance. It was inspired by the Linux system monitoring tool named top and is similar to it in look and feel. Mytop connects to a MySQL server a...
    By Veena K John MySQL Monitoring Server Optimization CentOS
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    How To Protect Against DoS and DDoS with mod_evasive for Apache on CentOS 7

    The modevasive Apache module, formerly known as moddosevasive, helps protect against DoS, DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service), and brute force attacks on the Apache web server. It can provide evasive action during at...
    By Veena K John Security Apache CentOS
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    How To Write Custom System Audit Rules on CentOS 7

    The Linux Audit System creates an audit trail, a way to track all kinds of information on your system. It can record a lot of data like types of events, the date and time, user IDs, system calls, processes, files used...
    By Veena K John Logging Security CentOS
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    How To Use the Linux Auditing System on CentOS 7

    The Linux Auditing System helps system administrators create an audit trail, a log for every action on the server. We can track security-relevant events, record the events in a log file, and detect misuse or unauthori...
    By Veena K John Logging Security CentOS
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    How To Limit Resources Using cgroups on CentOS 6

    Control groups, or cgroups, is a kernel feature introduced in CentOS 6 to provide a new way of limiting access to system resources for processes. In this tutorial, we will see how to limit CPU, memory, and disk i/o f...
    By Veena K John System Tools CentOS