Keytab encryption types list

Let’s imagine that we needed to determine what principles and what encryption types exist in a certain keytab. To do this, we will use the ktutil utility: After we have entered the CLI of this utility, we type the following commands: Something like this will be displayed:

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Force kill the process by name Linux

Suppose that you need to force kill a process by name or parameters in Linux. You can do it using this bash command: Let’s analyze this set of the commands: Execute ps ax. This command will list the processes on the system. Next, we find in this list those processes that have the text in […]

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Viewing connections on a Linux port

Sometimes you might want to see the active connections on a specific port, rather than just the status of the port. This can be done using netstat: Something like this will be output (for example for port 19356): Lines containing ESTABLISHED are active connections on the specified port. In our case, there are two of them.

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How to find out what is taking up disk space in Linux

Sometimes disk space suddenly runs out, and you need to quickly identify the cause. Let’s find the problematic partition using the command: Output example: We are looking partitions, which 95% full or more. Use the /cd command to navigate to the folder from the corresponding “Mounted on” column. In our case it is /data folder. […]

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