How to check Linux OS and version using CLI

How to check Linux OS and version using CLI

How to check Linux OS and version using CLI These notes are a personal reference on how to check Linux OS and version using CLI. I reserve the right to be slightly inaccurate and will update this as it become functionally helpful to do so. Kernel Version If you want kernel version information, use uname. For example: $ uname -a Or type the following command: $ uname -mrs Distribution Information If you want distribution information,…

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Starting and Stopping Tomcat in macOS and Linux for JamfPro Server

Starting and Stopping Tomcat in macOS and Linux for JamfPro Server

Starting and Stopping Tomcat in macOS and Linux for JamfPro Server Starting and stopping Tomcat is an essential skill when using JamfPro servers, especially in a clustered environment. Knowing these commands and having them at your fingertips are important for administrators on these systems. You may want to bookmark this page or copy and paste these to your notes for easy access. On macOS: 1. Open Terminal on the JSS host server. 2. To unload…

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Increase Tomcat Memory for Clustered JamfPro Web Apps in Linux

Increase Tomcat Memory for Clustered JamfPro Web Apps in Linux

You may want to increase Tomcat memory for clustered JamfPro web apps. By default only 1Gb of memory is allocated to Tomcat. Increasing the memory can significantly improve performance. Normally you would use the database utility to change these settings, but in a clustered environment you have to change either the catalina.sh or setenv.sh scripts on Linux. (For macOS instructions click here.) It is important to check memory allocation for the web app after each update as…

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Firewall CLI Commands for Centos 7 Brief Reference

Firewall CLI Commands for Centos 7 Brief Reference

Centos 7 Firewall CLI Commands | This post is mostly a reference of cli commands to use on Centos 7 for working with firewall rules.   Cents 7 uses Firewalld instead of iptables. Firewalld is a complete firewall solution available by default on CentOS 7 servers. In this reference will cover how to set up various firewall rules for your server using the firewall-cmd administrative tool. You can find out more by reading the guide from DigitalOcean.   What…

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