By Zeynep Koch on Jul 24, 2012
We have two new Oracle Linux technical articles that you should not miss! They go into details about installation, best practices and key commands that will help you speed up your configurations.
1. How I Got Started with the Btrfs File System for Oracle Linux
by Margaret Bierman with Lenz Grimmer
This article describes the basic capabilities that writers discovered while becoming familiar with the Btrfs file system in Oracle Linux, plus the instructions she used to create a file system, verify its size, create subdirectories, and perform other basic administrative tasks.
2. Tips for Hardening an Oracle Linux Server
by Lenz Grimmer and James Morris
Oracle Linux provides a complete security stack, from network firewall control to access control security policies. While Oracle Linux is designed "secure by default," this article explores a variety of those defaults and administrative approaches that help to minimize vulnerabilities.
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