Found 105 Articles for Information Technology

IBM watson the supercomputer

Samual Sam
Updated on 22-Oct-2019 07:42:09


Do you wish to initiate a new business, need help with business decisions, analyze immense amount of data, create a chatbot or song, need help with recipes, or have a business that is leaving money on the table? Get all your answers from ‘Watson.’Created by IBM, Watson is a supercomputer that works as a ‘question answering’ machine while combining artificial intelligence (AI) along with predictive analytical software. Named after IBM’s founder Thomas J. Watson, it is a cognitive technology that can understand, reason and think like a human.With Watson, through questions designed in natural language, one can analyze, visualize, and ... Read More

How microsofts surface pro 4 and windows 10 beat apple and google in productivity

Samual Sam
Updated on 22-Oct-2019 07:40:11


The digital world has always been action packed and aggressively competitive since its existence. With exponentially continuous breakthroughs in the world of science and technology, the tech giants like Microsoft, Google, and Apple have been within a perpetual war against each other and the war doesn’t seem to come to an end in the near future.Unlike other kinds of war, whether real or virtual, instead of destructive consequences, this ‘tech-war’ only has constructive consequences bringing an immense amount of productivity for the end users like me and you. This competition in technology has shaped our present and will define our ... Read More

Count the number of threads in a process on linux

Samual Sam
Updated on 07-Jul-2020 07:10:42

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Linux process can be visualized as a running instance of a program where each thread in the Linux is nothing but a flow of execution of the processes. Do you know how to see the number of threads per process on Linux environment? There are several ways to count the number of threads. This article deals with, how to read the information about processes on Linux and also to count the number of threads per process.Read Process InformationTo read the process information use ‘ps’ command. This command is used to read a snapshot of the current processes on Linux. However, ... Read More

Find my public ip address from linux command line

Samual Sam
Updated on 07-Jul-2020 07:16:49

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An IP address stands for Internet Protocol Address. Devices are assigned with specified IP Address to identify the device which are connected on internet. Public IP addresses are routable on Internet and are generally provided by an ISP (Internet service provider) which are accessible over the Internet.Do you know how to find public IP address from Linux command line? There are several ways to find and identify public IP address. For example, we can use third party websites or “shell” commands. This article provides simple methods to find public IP address from command line on Linux.Who Uses Public IP Addresses?Public ... Read More

Increase number of maximum open files in linux

Samual Sam
Updated on 21-Oct-2019 12:18:56


If you are working on Linux, then you must have encountered many-a-time with “Too many open files (24)” error. Linux operating system provides a way of limiting the amount of files that can be used by every user. This article provides insights on how to increase the number of open files or file descriptors in Linux operating system.The ulimit command has the control over shell or processes and it should require a login as the root user. The ulimit command is used to set the file limits that apply only to your current session.Use the following command to display the ... Read More

Prevent fork bomb by limiting user process in linux

Samual Sam
Updated on 21-Oct-2019 12:11:38


A Fork Bomb is a denial-of-service (DoS) attack against a Linux based system. It makes use of the fork operation to create infinite processes and is called as “Rabbit Virus or wabbit”. The system process continually replicates itself to deplete available system resources, causing resource starvation, slowing or crashing the system. This article gives insights on – how to prevent a fork bomb attack in Linux system.Fork Bomb uses a bash code and gets executed repeatedly. Linux system admin often uses bash function to test the user process limitations and this specific process can be configured in /etc/security/limits.conf file. Once Fork ... Read More

Monitors linux server performance remotely using web browser

Samual Sam
Updated on 21-Oct-2019 12:07:49


Are you looking for speedy server statistics monitoring script? If yes, then this article is for you. Here, we will be explaining about Linux-dash which is a memory efficient, low resource, easy to install, server statistics monitoring script written in PHP.An internet static web page allows you to rearrange various widgets as you want. This script displays residing records of your server, including RAM, CPU, Disk space, community understanding, mounted programs, going for walks approaches and rather more.Linux Dash FeaturesLinux Dash Features should be like this –It is a lightweight and responsive web-based interface for monitoring server resourcesEasy to install ... Read More

How to create beautiful and useful infographics

Samual Sam
Updated on 21-Oct-2019 11:47:53


We all know the old saying – A picture is worth a thousand words referring to the idea that, complex topics can be conveyed with just a single image. Since, it is widely believed that, essence and meaning of content can be explained better through visual mode in a better way. Also, it is fun to look at pleasant pictures or watching cool videos than to read normal text.In advertising and media industry, It is also a proven fact that, visual content drives more traffic and engagement than text does. Trying a cool infographic is the new trend. This article ... Read More

How to add a user to the group on linux

Samual Sam
Updated on 21-Oct-2019 11:44:54


The concept of “group” may be confusing to many Linux users. Linux operating system is designed to allow more than one user to have access to the Linux system at a time. Linux/Unix operating systems provides multitasking abilities to its multi-users. In order to do this task, we need to assign a group to each Linux user. This article gives step by step process on – how to add a user to the group in Linux system.Create a New UserTo create a new user using Linux command line, use the following command –$ sudo useradd tutorialspointThe above command is used ... Read More

How to limit network bandwidth on linux

Samual Sam
Updated on 21-Oct-2019 11:41:34

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Have you ever shared network bandwidth with multiple devices? If you have ever been in a position where one application consumed all your traffic, then either you are a system admin or just a Linux user, you will need to discover how to control the upload and download speeds for applications to make sure that your bandwidth is not occupied entirely by a single application. This article gives an idea about how to limit network bandwidth on Linux.Limiting Network BandwidthOne of the easiest way to control over the network traffic is via command line tool called “trickle“. It can be ... Read More

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