In part one, you learned a little about what systemd is and which Linux distributions plan to use it. In part 2, you will learn how to use systemd to start and stop services. We will use Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS and Fedora in the explanation, but most of it will apply to other […]
Linux-based dedicated servers typically run two primary types of programs: those which require user interaction and those which perform tasks in the background without user intervention. Those programs that run in the background are commonly called “services” or “daemons”.
Servers usually require numerous services to run the background, such as the web server, mail server, database […]
A service or daemon is a memory-resident program that runs in the background. Your operating system will typically start it at boot (although not always) and continue to run it without any intervention on your part. Some common services usually running on a Linux dedicated server are: web server (such as Apache), database […]