INTRO(8) System Manager's Manual INTRO(8)NAME
intro - introduction to system maintenance and operation commands
This section contains information related to system operation and maintenance. It describes commands used to create new file systems,
newfs, verify the integrity of the file systems, fsck, control disk usage, edquota, maintain system backups, dump, and recover files when
disks die an untimely death, restore. The section format should be consulted when formatting disk packs. Network related services are
distinguished as 8C. The section crash should be consulted in understanding how to interpret system crash dumps.
4.2 Berkeley Distribution May 29, 1986 INTRO(8)
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INTRO(8) BSD System Manager's Manual INTRO(8)NAME
intro -- introduction to system maintenance procedures and commands
This section contains information related to system operation and maintenance.
It describes commands used to create new file systems (newfs(8)), verify the integrity of the file systems (fsck(8)), control disk usage
(edquota(8)), maintain system backups (dump(8)), and recover files when disks die an untimely death (restore(8)). Network related services
like ftpd(8) are also described.
All commands set an exit status. Its value may be tested to see if the command completed normally. Unless otherwise noted (rare), the value
0 signifies successful completion of the command, while a value >0 indicates an error. Some commands attempt to describe the nature of the
failure by using error codes defined in sysexits(3), or set the status to arbitrary values >0 (typically 1), but many such values are not
described in the manual.
The intro section manual page appeared in 4.2BSD.
BSD October 22, 2006 BSD
Well, someone created a flash intro for us (their first attempt at SWiSH!)
Notice it says "Search before posting a question".....
Well????... (24 Replies)
I have a doubt in introducing a delay in the programs.
We know that we do have a sleep() function/api using which
we can bring a delay in terms of seconds.
A minimum delay can be atleast 1 second.
Now I'm bothered about how to introduce a delay that is just
less than a second. Like... (3 Replies)
i would like to know how to introduce a delay in the execution of a cmd?
am trying to copy a file which is about 650 mb and then perform some actions on it..
however since its huge i would like to introduce a delay in exection until the process is over
i dont want it to proceed to... (10 Replies)
Hello, I'm only taking Intro to UNIX in school right now, so please bear with me. My problem is with a sort-of recycle-bin rig I've created for fun. I'm using Ubuntu 9.04, I am the admin. (only user, actually) of this computer. I'm using this script in ~/.bashrc
# if files exist, remove contents... (6 Replies)
I am new to this forum, I would like to do the following changes in one of the column of a txt file, which is having around 9 column.
For example, column 3 is having letters like this
I would like to convert the same column as follows
... (5 Replies)
How to introduce delay in the Bash/Shell Script till key stroke.
Below is the requirement..
1.Execute set of commands.
2.Display the message echo "press any key to continue"
Introduce a delay till key stroke.
3.Execute next set of commands.
Thanks in Advance
Sunil.K (5 Replies)
To learn ZFS, i try to create pool .
and for that i want create 10 files with 512MB (because i dont have multiple disks and multiple controllers)
ADMIT THAT THIS IS TEN HIGH-PERFORMANCE HARD DRIVES
To get this 10 files,all of them have the same size : 512MB,
I do these... (9 Replies)
I have an input file which looks like below
002 1000 2000 3000
003 2000 3000 4000
005 1000 2000 6000
I would like to have an output which inserts the missing number in sequential sorting as shown below...
001 0 0 0
002 1000 2000 3000
003 2000 3000 4000
004 0 0 0
005 1000... (5 Replies)
I am working with a log file that I am trying to clean up by removing non-English ASCII characters. I am using Bash via Cygwin on Windows.
Before I start I set:
I clean it up by removing all non-English ASCII characters with the following command;
grep -v $''... (4 Replies)