You can try the following tools to detect Linux rootkits:
Zeppoo – Zeppoo allows you to detect rootkits on i386 and x86_64 architecture under Linux, by using /dev/kmem and /dev/mem. Moreover it can also detect hidden tasks, connections, corrupted symbols, system calls and so many other things. Continue reading Detecting rootkits under Linux
To extend a logical volume you simply tell the lvextend command how much you want to increase the size. You can specify how much to grow the volume, or how large you want it to grow to:
Generate key on local machine
ssh-keygen -t rsa
It will ask you for a password but you can leave it blank.
Note you could also pick -t dsa if you prefer.
Ensure that the remote server has a .ssh directory
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If you are adding more memory on your dedicated server, you will need to add more swap space. You have two choices: add or upgrade a swap partition or create a swap file. Because changing the size or create a new swap partition is not easy, the best solution is to create a new swap file. Since the 2.6 Linux kernel, the swap files are just as fast as swap partitions.
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