This page is devoted to issues related to the Linux operating system and its broadly understood security. As much as possible I will try to describe the basics of configuring, securing and managing various Linux distributions. It is true that many books on this subject as well as tutorials have already been written. But sometimes I miss to systematize this knowledge and give it in a simple, clear way so that you don’t have to spend long hours reading or looking for a solution to a problem, which then turns out to be so trivial that it takes less than fifteen minutes to solve it.

About me

My name is Adrian. Since 2002 I have been working in the IT industry. Currently I work in Fujitsu as Technical Services Engineer in the Remote Infrastructure Management department.

I am interested in many issues from the IT industry in general, but I am also an amateur who tries to explore quantum physics, astronomy, cosmology and astronautics.

I love science fiction and consume everything related to it.

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Linux Resources usage monitoring

Capacity planning involves predicting what the capacity requirements for a system will be in future, and planning how to meet these requirements. Monitoring system resource use is important for capacity planning, because it establishes whether existing resource use is approaching capacity limits. In Linux you can use a range of tools to monitor system resource …