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Linux: Check inode usage in folders

Inodes are temporarily files stored on your server which are currently in use and not closed. They could be cache, temporary files or anything related and could be created in several different ways. Your server most likely has an inode usage quota (especially on VPS and shared hosting accounts) and if you exceed this it

Linux : Change file/folder owner

On a Unix based system, all files and folders belong to a group and a owner. Or rather, an owner and a group has specific permissions to read, write and execute files. So you might need to change the owner of certain files and folders so that you’ll be able to open them, edit them

Server to server file transfers

Server to server file transfers are relatively easy on a dedicated or virtual private server running Unix. I’ll quickly show you how to use the scp command which acts just about exactly the same as the cp command. It copies all files from a specified source path to a destination path on the remote server