Tag: linux

How to drop caches in Linux

Login to the linux server as a root -bash-4.1$ sudo su – root [[email protected]<server>~]# echo 2 > /proc/sys/vm/drop_caches Ramesh Kunamaneni (RK)Greetings!! This is Ramesh Kunamaneni (RK), I have a decade experience in IT and worked for various MNCs. I am happy to share my knowledge in this blog especially on Java, Groovy, Python, DevOps, Agile […]

How to Create a JAR file in Linux

Create a Jar File Created 3 sample files as file1.txt, file2.txt and file3.txt -bash-4.1$ ls file1.txt file2.txt file3.txt -bash-4.1$ jar -cvf test.jar * added manifest adding: file1.txt(in = 5) (out= 7)(deflated -40%) adding: file2.txt(in = 5) (out= 7)(deflated -40%) adding: file3.txt(in = 5) (out= 7)(deflated -40%) -bash-4.1$ ls file1.txt file2.txt file3.txt test.jar Unjar a Jar […]

Top Linux Interview Questions and Answers

Top Linux Interview Questions and Answers

Here I am sharing admin level top Linux Interview Questions and Answers.   Top Linux Interview Questions and Answers   Compare Linux & Windows operating systems Criteria Linux Windows Type of OS Open Source Proprietary Customization High level of customization Cannot be modify Security Excellent Cannot be modify What is LILO? LILO is Linux Loader […]

Most Important Basic Linux Commands

Most Important Basic Linux Commands

In this blog, I am sharing an important basic Linux commands which are frequently used in our day to day work. Here I have created four files (file1.txt, file2.txt, file3.txt and .file4.txt) inside workfolder to show an example for the below commands. ls command ls command is a basic command to see the list of files in […]