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Red Hat Enterprise Linux Troubleshooting Guide Paperback – October 19, 2015
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About the Author
Benjamin Cane has nearly 10 years of experience in Linux systems administration. His first systems administration role was in 2006. At that time, he worked for a web hosting company supporting thousands of FreeBSD and Linux systems. Afterwards, he joined a managed services company that specialized in managing mission-critical systems. There, he worked his way to the position of a lead systems engineer, providing 24x7 support for highly critical enterprise systems that ran Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Now, Benjamin is a systems architect. He focuses on building High and Continuous Availability environments within the financial services industry. He is also currently a Red Hat Certified Engineer and Certified Ethical Hacker. With his experience in mission-critical environments, he has learned to identify and troubleshoot very complex issues quickly, because often these environments have a low tolerance for downtime. Being able to identify the root causes of very complex systems issues quickly is a skill that requires extensive knowledge of Linux and troubleshooting best practices. In addition to this book, Benjamin writes about Linux systems administration and DevOps topics on his blog at http://bencane.com. He is also the project founder for Runbook (https://github.com/Runbook/runbook), an open source application designed to monitor and automatically resolve infrastructure and application issues.
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Absolutely recommended for those working with linux on daily basis as well as for the aspiring admin. I'm also using this book as a resource to prepare for Red Hat's CoE Diagnosing and Troubleshooting RHEL 7.
This books is a very a complete book that has all the informacion about working with TCP networking, it has the main and explain things that covers the topics about web applications, MySQL Databases and Development with Apache Web Server.
It was an excellent book for me, also, you begin with simple troubleshooting best practices and get an overview of the Linux commands used for troubleshooting. The book will cover the troubleshooting methods for web applications and services such as Apache and MySQL. Then, you will learn to identify system performance bottlenecks and troubleshoot network issues; all while learning about vital troubleshooting steps such as understanding the problem statement, establishing a hypothesis, and understanding trial, error, and documentation. Next, the book will show you how to capture and analyze network traffic, use advanced system troubleshooting tools such as strace, tcpdump & dmesg, and discover common issues with system defaults.
Ruben Oliva Ramos
The information is organized well with respect to topics and real world scenarios and the appropriate solutions. I found that most of the principles described behind the scenarios could be generally used to troubleshoot other Linux environments as well; which makes this book even more valuable.
I think a book like this should be written for every OS that exists.