The state of a port is either open, filtered, closed, or unfiltered. A port is said to be open if an application on the target machine is listening for connections/packets on that port. In this article, we will explain four ways to check open ports and also will show you how to find which application
Nano is a command line text editor, that comes preinstalled in almost every Linux distribution. It is often preferred by new users because of its simplicity, compared to other command line text editors such as vi/vim and emacs. It has plenty of useful features such as syntax coloring, line numbering, easy search and many others.
Transferring or Migrating a MySQL/MariaDB database between servers usually takes only few easy steps, but data transfer can take some time depending on the volume of data you would like to transfer. In this article, you will learn how to transfer or migrate all your MySQL/MariaDB databases from old Linux server to a new server,
iperf3 is a free open source, cross-platform command line based program for performing real time network throughput measurements. It is one of the poweful tools for testing the maximum achievable bandwidth in IP networks (supports IPv4 and IPv6). Read Also: 16 Bandwidth Monitoring Tools to Analyze Network Usage in Linux With iperf, you can tune
Encryption is the best way to protect your important documents personal info and other credentials. Suppose, you have a USB pen drive and your all important data stored on it. In case you will lose your USB pen drive, all data stored on it will be lost. It will be in hands of some other
Are you having problems monitoring your Linux network bandwidth usage? Do you need help? It’s important that you are able to visualize what is happening in your network in order to understand and resolve whatever is causing network slowness or simply to keep an eye on your network. Read Also: 20 Commad Line Tools to
A regular expression, regex or regexp is, in theoretical computer science and formal language theory, a sequence of characters that define a search pattern. . – Any Character Except New Line \ d – Digit (0-9) \ D – Not a Digit (0-9) \
A beginner’s guide to my favorite linux system monitoring/troubleshooting tool: Glances. By the end of this video you’ll know the basics, and be able to quickly identify CPU, Memory, Disk/IO, and other issues on a machine.