The sar command collect, report, or save UNIX / Linux system activity information. It will save selected counters in the operating system to the /var/log/sa/sadd file. From the collected data, you get lots of information about your server:
When i run Yum update in fedora, i got this error Error : [root@localhost RPMS]# yum updaterpmdb: Thread/process 7977/139764163434432 failed: Thread died in Berkeley DB libraryerror: db3 error(-30974) from dbenv->failchk: DB_RUNRECOVERY: Fatal error, run database recoveryerror: cannot open Packages index using db3 – (-30974)error: cannot open Packages database in /var/lib/rpmCRITICAL:yum.main: Error: rpmdb open failed
Amarok2.4 was released last week, this release brings significant performance, usability, and stability improvements, Amarok now has the ability to write your statistics and covers directly to the audio files to keep the information across different devices and should detect compilations a lot better. a new option to hide the menu bar again, Integration with […]
The Document Foundation launches today LibreOffice 3.3, this is the first stable of the free office suite developed by the community. According to the announcement, the grown of the number of developer working in the project helped to speed up the development of LibreOffice3.3 : “In less than four months, the number of developers hacking […]
GNOME Commander is file manager aimed at people who want a fast and efficient file manager. GNOME Commander can currently perform most common file operations, and will detect changes to files caused by other programs and update its views without the need for the user to manually reload. The program also supports Copy and Paste, […]
This a nice collection of themes for Gnome . These themes works Great in most Linux os with a Gnome desktop e.g Ubuntu, LinuxMint, Fedora, and more. If you missed our collections from previous months, you can find them in this link.