How to change MTU size in CentOS and Ubuntu

We have found that most routers in computer networks set the standard MTU size to 1500 bytes but if your internal company has a high bandwidth machine interface you may find that they increase the MTU size to 9000 bytes (jumbo frames) and get faster transmission. Changing the MTU size in such occurrence is important. In this article, we will see how we can change the MTU size through the CLI and through configuration.

How to configure Cron Jobs in Linux

Running tasks like taking backup, running network scripts, and many more things are cumbersome and time-consuming. It can be automated through cron jobs, this article explain how to configure cron jobs in Linux