Monday, 28 July 2014

Linux SSH Port Change

How to Change SSH PORT

vi Into sshd_conf

vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config
Then go to
#Port 22

Un-comment line, and change to desired port.

service sshd restart


Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Linux: Less

Less Is More

Wait what?
I don't agree with that statement generally, but when it comes to linux, well yea "less".

I know many people that like to tail log files, my preferred method.


Less /path/to/log/file

My Observations:

It opens up a vim like terminal application that you can follow the logs and if needed, look into the logs.

Some Commands

ctrl+f = This is to go to the bottom
shift+f = This is to follow
ctrl+c = Cancel
q = Quit


Monday, 14 July 2014

OIM Server Logs

OIM Logs / Location / how I found them

I needed to find the OIM Log location today, and this was a pretty easy task, and I think this can be used for more than just this application. I am sure all applications will show their logs here.

Access to:

so first things first, go to console, and then go to servers, click on the server you want, and click the tab, logging.

The log file name, is where the log is located.

So now for some SSH.

Go to:

My Use case would be