Conor Wynne wrote:
>>Any pointers will be greatly appreciated.
>>>>>>Stop all unneccessary services.
There are services whose purpose are clear to me (e.g., httpd, xinetd)
but there are others that I'm not so sure w.r.t. whether or not my FC3
installation will be ok without them. Being new to Linux, I usually let
those enabled by default (on installation) to be running and only enable
more services as I need and gain more knowledge about them over time.
Oracle10g doesn't seem to need any special system service to be running
except its own, e.g., the listener. Are there any guidelines on the
minimum set of services, i.e., those that are a MUST for generic
functions on any FC3 installation?
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