GNU/Linux

15 most useful Linux commands for file system maintenance

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One of the most common and tedious tasks of a sysadmin is to prevent file systems become completely full, because when a server runs out of space the consequences are unpredictable. Depending on how you structured the root file system and if it is divided into different partitions or volumes, those consequences will be more or less severe, but in any case undesirable.

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Still unresolved Shellshock major vulnerability affecting Bash on Linux, Unix and MAC OS X

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Less than two days after it was detected a vulnerability (CVE-2014-6271) that affects the Bash shell on Linux, Unix and Mac OS X, a patch was released that solves this issue only partially, which forced to report a new vulnerability (CVE-2014-7169) still pending. This issue has quickly gained a simple name by which it will be remembered for a long time: Shellshock or Shell Shock.

DanielStill unresolved Shellshock major vulnerability affecting Bash on Linux, Unix and MAC OS X