Now, there’s a systematic, 456-page practical guide to Linux troubleshooting for every power user, administrator, and developer.
In Self-Service Linux, two IBM Linux experts introduce a four-step methodology for identifying and resolving every type of Linux-related system or application problem: errors, crashes, hangs, performance slowdowns, unexpected behavior, and unexpected outputs.
You’ll learn exactly how to use Linux’s key troubleshooting tools to solve problems on your own – and how to make effective use of the Linux community’s knowledge.
If you use Linux professionally, this book can dramatically increase your efficiency, productivity, and marketability. If you’re involved with deploying or managing Linux in the enterprise, it can help you significantly reduce operation costs, enhance availability, and improve ROI.