This lays a good foundation for the rest of the book and should be read right away.
Overall, I really recommend this book to Linux users in production roles where they need to streamline their troubleshooting steps.
I really enjoyed reading this book as I picked up lots of useful troubleshooting tips for linux systems.
I am off to a great start. So far, I love the break down of the use of the utilities describe in the book. So far a really good read!Published 5 months ago by Glynn Reynolds
This book covers the fundamental methodology of troubleshooting and applies these principles specifically to the most common problems found in Linux server environments. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jonathan E Teasdale
I really enjoyed reading this book as I picked up lots of useful troubleshooting tips for linux systems. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ah Pui
Although not yet finished the whole book, but it was very nicely written.
Many good ideas and examples.
my son says this book was excellent and useful for his job. He requested it as a gift and got out of it what he wanted to get.Published 15 months ago by teacher who loves books