Troubleshooting is a form of problem solving, often applied to repair failed products or processes on a machine or a system. It is a logical, systematic search for the source of a problem in order to solve it,...
Troubleshooting_ is a form of [problem solving_](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Problem_solving), often applied to repair failed products or processes on a machine or a system. It is a logical, systematic search for the source of a problem in order to solve it, and make the product or process operational again — Wikipedia
When there is a major outage and a bug reported, it is natural to start troubleshooting and to try to find the root cause as quickly as possible. Although identifying the root cause would be the first response, the recommended course of action is to _make the system work as well as it can under the circumstances. _Similar to flying aircrafts, pilots are taught to fly the plane in an emergency; troubleshooting is secondary to getting the plan safely onto the ground.
This article will cover a methodical troubleshooting approach and linux tools to understand system failures and effectively solve the problem. (Big shoutout to my mentor for teaching me these useful linux system tools!!)
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