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Disable KDump Kernel Crash Analyzer (kdump) The 'kdump' service provides a kernel crash dump analyzer. It uses the 'kexec' system call to boot a secondary kernel ("capture" kernel) following a system crash, which can load information from the crashed kernel for analysis. The 'kdump' service can be disabled with the following command: '$ sudo systemctl disable kdump'

Disable Software RAID Monitor (mdmonitor) The 'mdmonitor' service is used for monitoring a software RAID array; hardware RAID setups do not use this service. The 'mdmonitor' service can be disabled with the following command: '$ sudo systemctl disable mdmonitor'

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Disable D-Bus IPC Service (messagebus) D-Bus provides an IPC mechanism used by a growing list of programs, such as those used for Gnome, Bluetooth, and Avahi. Due to these dependencies, disabling D-Bus may not be practical for many systems. The 'messagebus' service can be disabled with the following command: '$ sudo systemctl disable messagebus'

Disable Network Console (netconsole) The 'netconsole' service is responsible for loading the netconsole kernel module, which logs kernel printk messages over UDP to Asyslog server. This allows debugging of problems where disk logging fails and serial consoles are impractical. The 'netconsole' service can be disabled with the following command: '$ sudo systemctl disable netconsole'

Disable ntpdate Service (ntpdate) The 'ntpdate' service sets the local hardware clock by polling NTP servers when the system boots. It synchronizes to the NTP servers listed in '/etc/ntp/step-tickers' or '/etc/ntp.conf' and then sets the local hardware clock to the newly synchronized system time. The 'ntpdate' service can be disabled with the following command: '$ sudo systemctl disable ...

Disable Odd Job Daemon (oddjobd) The 'oddjobd' service exists to provide an interface and access control mechanism through which specified privileged tasks can run tasks for unprivileged client applications. Communication with 'oddjobd' through the system message bus. The 'oddjobd' service can be disabled with the following command: '$ sudo systemctl disable oddjobd'

Disable Portreserve (portreserve) The 'portreserve' service is a TCP port reservation utility that can be used to prevent portmap from binding to well known TCP ports that are required for other services. The 'portreserve' service can be disabled with the following command: '$ sudo systemctl disable portreserve'

Enable Process Accounting (psacct) The process accounting service, 'psacct', works with programs including 'acct' and 'ac' to allow system administrators to view user activity, such as commands issued by users of the system. The 'psacct' service can be enabled with the following command: '$ sudo systemctl enable psacct'

Disable Apache Qpid (qpidd) The 'qpidd' service provides high speed, secure, guaranteed delivery services. It is an implementation of the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol. By default the qpidd service will bind to port 5672 and listen for connection attempts. The 'qpidd' service can be disabled with the following command: '$ sudo systemctl disable qpidd'


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