command to check which services are running on linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 11, 2008
does chkconfig --list display all the service running on the system??
I want to check all the services running and keep minimum services required on the Linux machine and remove the rest so that my system becomes faster....
One more thing when i do top i see ./migration and ./event are these required?? if yes why?? if not i want to stop them
Command to show services running?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 24, 2002
I remember seeing a command where you can enable/disable service running in the background. Does anyone know what that is? I'm running a Q3 server and I don't want things running unless they need to be. Thanks for your help.
awk check $1 is a linux command or not?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 7, 2007
i am reading a file in awk and check whether $1 is linux command or not.
I don't know how to check the $1 is linux command or not.
Please help me
How To Check Which FTP Daemon Is Running
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 12, 2010
I Bought A New Centos VPS,
Not Much Details Are Provided About Setup Etc..
I Wanted To Check If FTP Service Is Running Or Not And Which FTP Daemon Is Running..
(Is There Any FTP Daemon Pre-Installed With Centos)
On which core is Linux kernel running on Dualcore machine?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 29, 2008
I am new to Dual-core world and I just got a AMD X2 64-bit Dual Core processor machine and have installed Debian Lenny (64-bit) on it with the SMP kernel (64-bit).
Now as I understand dual-core means there are two cores i.e. the OS see two cpus as correctly identified by:
Linux command check the RAID controller model and disk qty
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 14, 2009
How can I run command to check existing Linux (Centos 4.x)RAID controller type model and disk qty.
Thanks in advance.
how to find on which cpu core linux kernel tasks are running
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 16, 2009
On one multiple cpu cores(SMP) system,
(1) how to find on which core the linux kernel tasks (for example, the schduler, etc., not the userspace application tasks) are running.
(2) how to force the Linux kernel tasks run on one specific cpu core?
Which software should I use to check the notebook in linux system when I buy it ?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 21, 2008
As you know,there're many softwares we can use to check the notebook(or laptop) we want to buy,but I don't know what to use in linux.when you want to buy a notebook with Ubuntu or some system like this preinstalled,which software can help us to check out?
Seeing which services are running on debian and identifying which I can remove
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 11, 2009
I have successfully installed a version of Debian on an NSLU which is a mini file server which can be flashed with the ARM version of debian. I had no problems with it when it was running 'etch' but since I moved to 'lenny' it seems to be more prone to running out of it's limited memory of 32MB RAM. I want to see which services are running so I can judge what to remove. I've read that either sysv-rc-conf or rcconf will do this but don't know what to delete and from what run level as it presents me with a matrix of options for services such as avanchi etc.
I've already taken steps to reduce memory usage such as move from ssh to dropbear. Any other recommendations would also be very helpful.
Would someone be able to help me determine what services are running and which I can safely stop to free up resources?
All I need the NSLU to do is act to:
run ssh for remote admin
run an nfs server
run a samba server
run a cups server
I am able to do this quickly on my gentoo box bu
How do I know, which services within xinetd are running
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 11, 2004
I am writing a simple shell script to know which daemons are running, on my RH9 Server. I am having problem, if some of the daemons are started within xinetd, there seems to be no way to know if the service is actually running. Parsing of Log files seems to be difficult, as on the same port there could be two applications which could be configured to be ON.. ie lets say wu-ftp and vsftp, which are installed by an user by mistake, and via chkconfig he gets both of them to be ON. However only one starts, How do I know which One... Manually trying to telnet and parsing the output seems to be overkill. Is there some command I do not know, like
service smb status says samba is running
can there be some command which tells me, which services within xinetd are running.
Thanks and sincere regards
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