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My current /usr file system was full, so I ended up adding a new disk to my FreeBSD server. I’ve created a new partition at /dev/ad6s1 (size is 250G). How do I move my /usr file system over to my huge new disk at /dev/ad6s1?

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Q. My Ethernet aliases are randomly switched and they are bound to the wrong interface. My eth0 became eth1 and eth1 become eth0. This is causing all sort of trouble for services and firewall configurations. How do I swap back and make sure Ethernet aliases works correctly under CentOS Linux server?

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Q. I know how to force fsck on the next reboot using /forcefsck file. But how do I skip or bypass a fsck on reboot? How to stop a FSCK from prompting or running automatically when rebooting server.

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I’m trying to recompile my kernel by tying the following commands “make buildkernel KERNCONF=NEWKEN”. Butm I’m bumped with an error that read as follows – “make: don’t know how to make buildkernel. Stop Error and Solution”. How do I fix this error?

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How do I reboot my Linux based system? How do I reboot a remote Linux system or server using command line?

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Q. How do I reboot a UNIX system computer?

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Q. Can I run fsck or e2fsck command when Linux file system is mounted? Do you advice to run fsck on a live file system? I am using Cent OS. A. No. Do not run fsck on a live or mounted file system. fsck is used to check and optionally repair one or more Linux […]

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