How To Manage Linux Services with systemctl and journalctl | Sysadmin Basics
As a System Administrator, it’s important to have control over what is running on your server. In this video, we’ll show you how to use the commands systemctl and journalctl to manage and log the services that are running on your Linux server.
Chapters: 0:00 – Intro
1:00 – Using systemctl
1:50 – Check the status of services
3:40 – Enable or disable services
7:00 – Using journalctl
9:20 – Check a specific service log
10:54 – Check services in real time
12:01 – Check services for a specific time
13:22 – Outro
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