Category: Linux

CentOS, Linux

Find Exact Installation Date And Time Of Your Linux OS

If you use Arch Linux and its derivatives like Antergos or Manjaro Linux, you can easily find how long have you been without a reinstall by analyzing the pacman logs as shown below. head -n1 /var/log/pacman.log On Fedora, RHEL and its clones such as CentOS, Scientific Linux, Oracle Linux, you can find it using the …

Linux, Windows

HTTP download speed difference in windows 7 vs Linux

I have a strange situation regarding a Windows PC which is showing limited internet transfer speeds for no apparent reason. If I am performing the same test on Linux box then I am getting good speed. Upon intense debugging, I am able to diagnose and find out the root cause of the problem. It was/is Windows HTTP …

CentOS, CloudLinux, cPanel, Linux

How to find Out BIOS version from Linux Shell

One can find out BIOS version under for Linux Box using the dmidecode command which is a great tool to analyse BIOS data. Dmidecode command helps you to find out the BIOS version without rebooting the server. root@server ] dmidecode –type 0 dmidecode 3.0 Getting SMBIOS data from sysfs. SMBIOS 2.7 present. Handle 0x0000, DMI …

CloudLinux, cPanel, Linux, Windows

Emergency Server Management – Getting Help of the Professionals

While running a business there are lots of sectors in which you need emergency help. Server management is one such matter. If there are some problems in your server system then you need to solve it immediately. Otherwise you may have to face a lot of difficulties in your business. Your daily tasks will be …

CentOS, CloudLinux, cPanel, Linux, Plesk

How to find the External IP if it is Natted

How to find the External IP if it is Natted If you are behind a NAT  and want to  find the real / external IP from  the server then execute one of the below command from the server: If you want to get the natted IP  for secondary interfaces that is eth0:1 , eth0:2  then …