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How To Install and Configure MongoDB NoSQL Database To Linux, Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, Fedora

Sql is very powerful language to query, insert, delete, modify data. Recents years the IT industry have developed some alternative ways to store and retrieve data. NoSQL type database servers become very popular. MongoDb is an NoSQL database server to store and retrieve data. In this tutorial we will look...

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Linux Sshd Server Configuration and Security Options With Examples

Secure Shell or with its most know name SSH is a protocol developed to connect IT systems remotely and securely. SSH works as expected client server architecture. In this post we will look various security related configuration options of the SSH daemon service or sshd. The tutorial about the client side...

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Ubuntu CentOS Restart Apache Web Server

Apache or Apache 2 is most popular web server in the internet. We have setup our Apache server and made some configuration change we want to active the changes. To active the changes Apache server must be restart. In this post we will look how to restart Apache in different...

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How Change Run Levels In Linux?

Run Level is preset operating state in Linux systems. Different run levels have different behaivour. How can we change these run levels easily? What are these run levels? Run Levels We will explain the run levels and their meanings in this section Run Level 0 is shutdown position. Linux system is...

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Linux Systemctl Tutorial

Hi, today we will learn managing linux services with systemd or systemctl. While linux kernel booting, it loads drivers, mount file systems, starting memory management, creating system calls etc. But after that what? Linux starts an init process to create futher system and user services and processes. To manage system...

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How To Start, Stop, Restart Networking On Linux?

I have changed my network configuration and want to restart to make changes effective. Or there are some problems with my network and I think restarting it will solve my problems. Here we will look how to restart networking service in various network distributions like Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora,CentOS. Get Status...

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How To Start, Stop and Get Status of Linux Service With Systemd?

Services are all over the Linux world. Enterprise Linux world turn over services. There are different tools to manage Linux services like Sys-V, upstart, systemd etc. Systemd is gaining popularity in recent times. Fedora, CentOs, RedHat uses systemd for a long time. Ubuntu started to use systemd too. Here we...

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