No matter where you fit in a DevOps organization, network
troubleshooting skills are invaluable. It can be difficult to track
down networking problems, sometimes because they often impact a
system in strange ways. In this digital short, Kyle Rankin
walks you through how to isolate and diagnose a network problem
step-by-step by testing problems on different network layers.
He also lays the groundwork for troubleshooting
techniques for specific network services (such as DNS).
This digital short is an adapted excerpt from DevOps Troubleshooting: Linux Server Best Practices (isbn 9780321832047) by Kyle Rankin. The content of this digital short may differ from the content in the book.
Purchasers of this digital short are invited to use a coupon code good for 25% off the list price of the book on InformIT exclusively.
Table of contents
- Title Page
- Copyright Page
- DevOps Troubleshooting for Linux Server: Is the Server Down? Tracking Down the Source of Network Problems
- Title: DevOps Troubleshooting for Linux Server: Is the Server Down? Tracking Down the Source of Network Problems
- Release date: August 2012
- Publisher(s): Addison-Wesley Professional
- ISBN: 9780133258813
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