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Incredibly useful for troubleshooting linux issues. Even after years as a linux sysadmin I learned a bunch of handy and practical stuff here. Read morePublished 1 month ago by RJ
I like this book, both as tutorial and reference. It's well-written and to the point, not exhaustive but good scope. Recommended.Published 2 months ago by Tiglath
The author either doesn’t understand what “DevOps” means or he is intentionally using the term to sell this book. This book has NOTHING to do with DevOps. Read morePublished 4 months ago by John Smith
A good basic book that provides some good techniques for troubleshooting basic problems.Published 4 months ago by Tim Lewis
Good book for people starting out, would have loved it a couple of years ago, still found some sections helpful. Now I lend the boo to people starting out in app support or SA jobsPublished 8 months ago by Rod. Ald
This book really doesn't have much to do with DevOps. I think the author just used that term to draw people to the book (that's how I found the book). Read morePublished 8 months ago by SysAdmin-E dot com
I feel as though I wrote this book. Two higher order systems administration troubleshooting concepts jumped out at me. The first is to not rely on Internet (i.e. Read morePublished 13 months ago by M. Sako