A few days ago I was investigating about some software failure occurred on a server running CentOs, and I suspected a corrupted hard drive (the server is equipped with a SSD disk that does not support S.M.A.R.T.): I wrote these few notes to explain the procedures followed.
To start I have forced the fsck on the next reboot. In order to force your system to run fsck on your file systems during the next reboot you need to create a file called forcefsck in the root folder.
The Articles Newsflash (mod_articles_news) module can be adapted to show the creation date of your latest articles.
In the following file there is variable (Array) named $item which handles all information we want to display, like date of creation, Title etc.
To not forget anymore…. All the new CPU support the 64 bit architecture. But If I have an almost-old CPU ? How can I check ?
…using the command lscpu.
In the next the procedure on how to remove the trojan Live Security Platinum.