I have install htop package on a CentOS/RHEL. I wanted find out where and at what path htop package installed all files. Is there an easy way to tell yum where is package installed on a CentOS/RHEL?
A very serious security problem has been found in the Intel CPUs. Meltdown CPU Vulnerability CVE-2017-5754 breaks the most fundamental isolation between user applications and the operating system. This attack allows a program to access the memory, and thus also the secrets, of other programs and the operating system. How do I protect my Linux server and laptop/desktop against such attack?
This might sound little crazy, but I want to disable yum plugin called the fast mirror. It always selects mirror hosted in my country which is very slow. As a result of all my yum command download file at 4-8Kb/s only. I am also behind a proxy server. How do I disable the fastest mirror plugin on CentOS Linux 6 or 7 server?
I setup GlusterFS cluster on Ubuntu Linux. How do I enable network encryption using TLS/SSL for my Glusterfs storage cluster on Linux for security reasons? How do I setup I/O encryption and management encryption with Glusterfs?