30 Useful Linux Commands for System Administrators

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67 Responses

  1. vikas says:

    Hi,
    some networking commands plz…!

  2. seshu says:

    How to display last 50 days details in shell script.

    could you please help me if you know

  3. PIUS says:

    yaaaaaaa some good basic commands i have learn’t a lot

  4. safeer says:

    good one.
    Thanks

  5. m.ganesh says:

    pls system information(os type,processor name,os version,root name) command …send to this mail ID

  6. bhoopal says:

    with the help of which command ,we know that howmany databases are running in a server

    • Ravi Saive says:

      Only one way login into MySQL server and run the following command to know the list of databases running.

      show databases;
      
      • Aaron says:

        how about mysql -e ‘show databases;’ or mysql -u user -p -e ‘show databases;’

        save logging into mysql and needing to exit it out :-)

  7. Manjit says:

    Its Really good for us…Thank x.

  8. desagree for kill command says:

    I disagree with you about the kill command. In fact, this command sends a specified signal to a specified process. that’s why you use it with the -9 option to terminate a process.
    And please don’t kill init process (I think is a bad example for biginners)

  9. Pantuts says:

    Pretty cool commands. Let me bookmark this. Thanks :)

  10. Kanor says:

    Im hoping this would really be for administrators. You must change your title to 30 Useful Commands for NewBies

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