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Reboot CentOS 8 - Different methods to do it ?

This article will guide you on the different methods to reboot a #CentOS system which includes the keyboard shortcut, command line, and GUI based methods. 

There's nothing different in running sudo reboot in a instance versus on your own server. This action shouldn't cause any problems. 

You can shutdown/start/reboot the instance and your data will persist.

When used with no arguments, the shutdown command will power off the machine. sudo shutdown. 

The shutdown process starts after 1 minute, which is the default time interval.

It is recommended that you do a #reboot of your Server at least once per month. 

The Dedicated Hosting Servers are just computers, you would not leave your computer on for months straight without a single reboot, so the same rules apply for servers.


To reboot your Linux Server via #SSH:

1. Open Command Prompt. If you have a graphical interface, open the terminal by right-clicking the Desktop > left-clicking Open in terminal.

2. Use SSH Connection Issue reboot Command. In a terminal window, type: ssh –t user@server.com 'sudo reboot'.


Steps to start, stop or restart services in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS ?

This article will guide you steps on how you stop, start, or restart a #service in #Ubuntu 20.04. service operates on the files in /etc/init. d and was used in conjunction with the old init system. #systemctl operates on the files in /lib/systemd . If there is a file for your service in /lib/systemd it will use that first and if not it will fall back to the file in /etc/init. To list all loaded services on your system (whether active; running, exited or failed, use the list-units subcommand and --type switch with a value of service. To Check running process in #Linux: 1. Open the #terminal #window on Linux. 2. For remote Linux server use the ssh command for log in purpose. 3. Type the ps aux command to see all running process in Linux. 4. Alternatively, you can issue the top command or htop command to view running process in Linux.