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Disk partitioning, filesystems, directories, and files. Volume management, logical volumes, HA filesystems. Backups and disaster recovery.


Distributed server monitoring. Server performance and capacity planning. Monitoring applications, network status and user activity.

Commands & Shells

Cool Unix shell commands and options. Command-line tools and application. Things every Unix sysadmin needs to know.


  • fattiemanny says:

    What is the best way to go from a ZFS file system on a unix server to an NTFS file system using Windows Server 2008?

  • Gundown64 says:

    This seems like it should be simple but I must be missing something.
    I’m using a UNIX platform server. I googled some possibilities and found that some have had success using the eval() function. Doesn’t work for me.

  • brincks26 says:

    I want to copy/paste files/folder from UNIX server and paste them in the same UNIX server but in different folder location. I want to perform this action from my windows XP machine by executing a batch file that connects to UNIX server (can be using either telnet or putty) that copies and paste the files (within same UNIX server) into different folder location.

    Appreciate your help in this.

    Thanks in advance!

  • Willie says:

    Mac OS X Server 10.5 Leopard, the latest release of Apple’s UNIX server operating system, makes it easy for small businesses, workgroups, and enterprises to take full advantage of the benefits of a server

  • toast says:

    Hi there

    I want to know if there is FREE software for windows XP / Vista that I can download to monitor my remote Red Hat (Unix) server. I need to be notified of high CPU load ect.

    I don’t want to load anything onto the remote server…

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