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LVM stands for Logical Volume Manager and is a powerful tool to manage partitions. Learn how to use LVM on your Linux server.
CentOS 8 Reached End-of-Life on December 31, 2021 With Red Hat officially ending support for CentOS 8, users are forced to migrate to a different operating system. While CentOS 7 remains supported till end of 2024, the life cycle of the newer CentOS 8 was cut short by Red Hat for the end of 2021.
All Linux-Server operating systems are installed by default without a graphical user interface (GUI). A GUI on a dedicated server can only be accessed if a KVM is connected.This tutorial will guide you through an easy installation process of the two most common GUIs for Ubuntu, Debian and CentOS.Please note that you will always have
Please note: This tutorial focusses on Linux OS. Should you be a Windows user instead, please confer our respective tutorial on how to manage your RAID controller in Windows. Monitoring a RAID array A hardware RAID has certain advantages, but also a hardware RAID has to be monitored. We always rely on tried and tested
Everyone knows the scenario, you want to analyze an issue of your server or local computer but where to find all those log files? In the following tutorial we are going to analyze specific log files in Linux and logs in the Windows Event Viewer. An additional chapter will go through the log analysis via
The operating system is the centrepiece of a server. You can imagine how important it is to choose a fitting operating system. For servers, two operating systems have established themselves: Windows and Linux. In this short overview, I’d like to present you the main differences between those two operating systems. You might have heard