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How to Check Server Logs for Security and Software Issues

Log files are the all-important records that Linux stores for administrators to keep track and monitor important events on the webserver, kernel, services, and the applications running on it. Linux provides a centralized repository of log files that can be located under the /var/log directory. All log files generated in a Linux environment can typically be classified into four different categories:

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How to Check Faults in Hardware Using Command Line

Linux web servers are used for mission-critical business and consumer applications in many different types of infrastructures, including physical machines, virtualization, private, public, and hybrid cloud. Linux hardware infrastructure, including software-defined functionalities, relates to networking, storage, containers and multiple tools on Linux servers.

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