5 Tools to Scan a Linux Server for Malware and Rootkits

There are constant level of high attacks and port scans on Linux servers all the time, while a properly configured firewall and regular security system updates adds a extra layer to keep the system…
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Swatchdog – Simple Log File Watcher in Real-Time in Linux

Swatchdog (the “Simple WATCH DOG”) is a simple Perl script for monitoring active log files on Unix-like systems such as Linux. It watches your logs based on regular expressions that you can define in…
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ctop – Top-like Interface for Monitoring Docker Containers

ctop is a free open source, simple and cross-platform top-like command-line tool for monitoring container metrics in real-time. It allows you to get an overview of metrics concerning CPU, memory, network, I/O for multiple…
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How to Monitor MySQL/MariaDB Databases using Netdata on CentOS 7

Netdata is a free open source, simple and scalable, real-time system performance and health monitoring application for Unix-like systems such as Linux, FreeBSD and MacOS. It gathers various metrics and visualizes them, allowing you…
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LibreNMS – A Fully Featured Network Monitoring Tool for Linux

LibreNMS is an open source, powerful and feature-rich auto-discovering PHP based network monitoring system which uses the SNMP protocol. It supports a broad range of operating systems including Linux, FreeBSD, as well as network…
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How to Install Tripwire IDS (Intrusion Detection System) on Linux

Tripwire is a popular Linux Intrusion Detection System (IDS) that runs on systems in order to detect if unauthorized filesystem changes occurred over time. In CentOS and RHEL distributions, tripwire is not a part…
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4 Tools to Manage EXT2, EXT3 and EXT4 Health in Linux

A filesystem is a data structure that helps to control how data is stored and retrieved on a computer system. A filesystem can also be considered as a physical (or extended) partition on a…
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How to Create a Centralized Log Server with Rsyslog in CentOS/RHEL 7

In order for system administrator to identify or troubleshoot a problem on a CentOS 7 or RHEL 7 server system, it must know and view the events that happened on the system in a…
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How to Boost Linux Server Internet Speed with TCP BBR

BBR (Bottleneck Bandwidth and RTT) is a relatively new congestion control algorithm written by software engineers at Google. It is the latest solution out of Google’s persistent attempts to make the Internet faster via…
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